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How To Make A Cucumber Facial Mask: Fast & Easy!

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When it comes to how to make a cucumber facial mask, there are five easy steps. A go-to for swelling, puffiness, sunburns, irritations, and more.


I discovered long ago that everything I need for natural beauty and most home remedies can be found in my kitchen, or in my garden, for that matter, and that goes for inside and out.

An organic plant-based diet nourishes skin from the inside, but when we use plants topically, double-win.

According to dermatologist Amy Wechsler, cucumbers are packed with vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, sulfate, and caffeic acid—all super awesome for skin.

They’re also immensely hydrating and soothe tons of ailments including sagging, sunburn, rashes, and more.

“Cucumbers contain flavonoids and antioxidants that decrease swelling, redness and irritation,” she says. “They also provide a cooling effect that helps shrink dilated blood vessels, therefore reducing the appearance of puffy eyes.”

Cucumber Facial Mask Benefits

A Jar of cucumber facial cream and tiny wooden spoon by sliced cucumbers on a rustic board.
Cucumbers are over 95% water.

Cucumbers are famous for their health benefits inside and out. I eat them daily and also use them on my skin.

Here’s why . . .

Cucumber Facial Mask Benefits

  • Anti-inflammatory, reducing swelling and puffiness.
  • Hydrating, sending moisture into skin.
  • Packed with antioxidants.
  • Cleansing, removing chemicals and wastes.
  • Nourishing to the biome.
  • Good for acne, pimples, sunburns, rashes, insect bites.
  • Refreshing and rejuvenating.
  • A great toner, reducing discoloration.
  • Astringent, tightening pores and absorbing excess oil.

Cucumber Facial Mask Recipe

Close-up of cucumber facial cream and sliced fresh cucumber on a rustic board.
Facials with cucumbers are easy to make.

Cucumbers are a natural home remedy for . . .

  • Sunburn.
  • Swollen eyes.
  • Wrinkles.
  • Crows feet.
  • Wound care.
  • Acne.
  • DIY toner.

Here’s what you need:

Cucumber Facial Mask Recipe Ingredients

Instructions

  • Depending upon how much you want to make (I usually use half a cucumber), wash, rinse, and slice.
  • Add to a blender with 1/4-1/2 cup organic vegan yogurt and 1 – 1 1/2 tablespoons Aloe vera juice.
  • Blend to desired consistency or until creamy and smooth, then remove with a spatula and apply a layer to your face.
  • Keep it on for at least 20 minutes (or until it dries) and rinse. Repeat if your skin needs a double treatment. 
  • Refrigerate or freeze extras in a glass container for later use.
Mad Hippie Triple C Night Cream 2.1 fl oz bottle

Frozen Cucumber Facial Mask Recipe

Close-up of fresh bunches of whole cucumbers.
A frozen cucumber facial is invigorating.

Putting frozen cucumber on your face is great for skin! It’s anti-inflammatory, reduces swelling, and increases blood flow.

It also boosts metabolism, relieves sunburn, and more.

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Chop the frozen cucumber into pieces.
  • Add to a blender with 1 1/4 cups (adjustable) organic Aloe vera juice and blend to a slushy consistency.
  • Remove with a spatula and spread a layer on your face, keeping it on for at least 15 minutes.
  • Repeat if your skin needs a double treatment.
Cocokind Organic Ultra Chlorophyll Face Mask 2 oz jar

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