Mimi Luzon, a celebrity aesthetician who has worked with stars like Naomi Campbell, Kaia Gerber, and the Hadid sisters, swears by homemade face masks.
From body scrubs and face masks to DIY lip scrubs, there’s an added sense of accomplishment when you get to craft products using items you already have in your kitchen — not to mention, it’s budget-friendly.
You can use store-bought face masks to detox, brighten, and exfoliate, or you can use grocery items in your pantry to achieve the same skin goals.
"Following Eastern skin-care practices, it’s extremely beneficial for our skin to use a face mask with a different function every day; it could be firming, luminizing, moisturizing, or detoxifying.
Ahead, Luzon shared three of her favorite at-home face masks that you can make with simple ingredients.
Just in time for a DIY spa night this weekend. 🧖♀️ https://t.co/SxWvrk0Osj— POPSUGAR Beauty (@POPSUGARBeauty) April 3, 2020