Natural Face Mask with honey, coconut oil and lemon


Girls’ pajama parties! Ideal moments to relax, laugh and make natural masks. I think it’s one of the most beautiful memories of my adolescence. Slouch on the couch with candy while listening to girly music (read, music that makes you cry) with face and hair coated with honey, oats, avocado, eggs, bananas… Name it, I think I have tried all the recipes of homemade masks.
Nowadays, I eat these products more often than I use them for pamper time. But the 100% natural face mask with honey, coconut oil and lemon has always been part of my beauty ritual. It only takes a few minutes to prepare it and it’s effective. The benefits of these ingredients have been known for a long time. Combined, they offer a healthy and economical alternative to commercial masks. The soothing and fragrant mask that I propose hydrates the skin in addition to tighten the pores and lighten the complexion. All this in no time! It is perfect when you have a rather dull look caused by a lack of sleep.

Recipe For A Natural Face Mask with honey, coconut oil and lemon 

1 teaspoon of organic coconut oil, 1 tablespoon of liquid honey and 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, a citrus fruit with antioxidant properties. You can also add a few drops of aloe vera gel. Apply to the skin and leave on for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse with water.
After this relaxing moment, enjoy your evening and do whatever you want. Sleep, do a Netflix series marathon, read a good book or put the music very loud and dance on your own in your living room like Tom Cruise in Risky Business. In your underwear or not, the euphoric effect is guaranteed!

If you want more ideas for homemade masks, see Mia’s blog. Her honey mask recipe is a little different than mine and you’ll find seven other options of 100% natural masks. Note that her blog is available only in French. But you can easily paste the recipe you like into Google translate.

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  1. I’ve never been to a pajama party but your mask sounds excellent to me. I really need something to tighten my pores. I must give this a go. Thanks for sharing with us. I’ll check Mia’s blog.

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    1. Moi aussi, je trouve que l’huile de coco sent fort. Mais ma seule expérience est la crème de protection solaire alors je devrais peut-être essayer le gel pour le bain avant de poser un verdict définitif. J’adore le coconut dans les recettes culinaires par contre. Et la recette de masque maison avec du miel et du citron donne d’excellent résultat. À essayer absolument! Bonne semaine à toi aussi Cris. xoxo P.S. Je vais voir ton nouveau billet sur ton blog aussitôt.


    1. I don’t do home cosmetics a lot but this natural mask is really good. Do try it and let me know if it works for you. Speak to you soon Anja.


    1. I’m happy to hear that. Indulge yourself. You needn’t worry about bad effects, only good beauty results and feelings with that recipe. Thanks for your lovely comment Sarah.

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  2. Coucou 3C Style❤️​ C’est un super article, très utile avec des conseil bien détaillés, merci!
    Amanda elle aussi, a un blog sur Si vous voulez nous rejoindre sur le blog pour des sujets similaires et d’acquérir des connaissances sur les produits naturels. Inscrivez-vous et nous faire part de votre commentaire car votre suggestion sera appréciée et reçue avec plein d’enthousiasme. Suivez-nous pour des thèmes intéressant comme celui-ci par exemple.😃​

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