Here are some flower masks that are very simple and you can completely make your own at home.
For a long time, masks have become an indispensable beauty weapon of women and even bridesmaids. There are many types of masks, including homemade masks. Making your own masks at home is not difficult or time consuming, but can even be customized to each person’s preferences and skin properties. Including a flower mask that soothes, relaxes and rejuvenates the skin. For this same reason, flowers have long been an integral part of beauty technology.
Mask Commission Rose petals contain natural oils that moisturize, brighten, stimulate blood circulation, making skin soft. Rose petals are dried in the sun and ground into a paste. Method: Add 2 teaspoons of milk and 1 teaspoon of rose petal powder and mix well. Make a smooth paste and apply it on your face and neck for a natural glow. Leave the mixture on for 20 minutes before rinsing it off with water. Illustration. Marigold mask Vitamin C present in marigold protects the skin from many skin problems such as aging or sun damage. Method: Take 2-3 marigold petals and crush, add a teaspoon of honey and half a teaspoon of water. Apply the mixture evenly on the skin and leave it for about 20 minutes and then wash it off with warm water. Hibiscus flower mask Hibiscus flower mask reduces oiliness, controls acne and makes skin brighter. Method: Store hibiscus petals overnight in cold water and crush in the morning, then strain and retain the water. Add 3 tablespoons of oats and some tea tree oil to make a paste. Jasmine Mask Jasmine has soothing properties that can help relieve itching if you have itchy or dry skin, and is also a perfect skin moisturizer, natural antiseptic and provides anti-aging benefits. Method: Crush and puree jasmine petals, mix with a spoon of yogurt and a spoon of sugar. Apply the mixture on your face and let it dry. Wash off after 15-20 minutes.