Skincare: All DIY Face Masks You Can Make In Your Kitchen Using Leftover Ingredients


We love a good face mask and we are surprised by the amount of time it takes to get our skin to the right place. With nothing on our hands, skincare and hair care have managed to keep us safe and while we have tried almost every ingredient in the kitchen for leftover use!

As silly and ballistic as it sounds, fruit and vegetable peels have a lot of nutrition, so in this article we help you choose which leftover is best for you!

Orange peels

Orange Peels

Once the orange is eaten, do not throw the skin away. You just need to dry them in a tray and let the sun do the magic for 3 days. Once dry, take the peels and grind them to powder and add them to your favorite face mask! It can serve as a great source of vitamin C.


oat meals
If you have already mixed your oatmeal with milk and you are completely ready to eat the rest, apply it on your face! Just add a dab of honey to the mixture and the rest will be history behind good skin. This is one of the best ways to use oatmeal to get clean moisturized skin!

Coffee ground

Coffee ground

If you are a fond coffee lover like us, then you know how difficult it is to deal with the ground waste emanating from the machine. The best way to deal with this is to use it as a scrub. Just add a few drops of coconut oil and exfoliate your way to beautiful skin!

Potato peels

Potato peels

Potato is one of the best ways to lighten dark circles and acne spots. Potato peels, in general, can serve as a mask and you need to apply it under your eyes, however, first make sure to clean out all the dirt on the other side of the peel.

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