5 Organic Masks For Acne Prone Skin | Dry – Normal

5 Organic Masks For Acne Prone Skin

Our skin type naturally changes as we age, even acne, blemish-prone skin can creep up on us at any time and not just throughout puberty and until recently, I was a long time sufferer of cystic, hormonal adult acne myself, so I decided to put all my years of research into what truly helps externally for all skin types, whilst we get to the root problem of what is causing it, internally, into a blog series, starting with my most effective organic masks. After years of trial and error, I have created a blog series on everything from skin care to healthy ingredients, and have finally found a routine that works quickly and effectively, to help attack my problem areas, whether they be on my face or other parts of the body, that are safe and if done consistently, create the long-term changes we need. These masks specifically, are homemade which means we are also saving money whilst restoring our beautiful skin.

Before we begin, I have to mention that every skin type is different, so too is everyone on the planet and we react differently as a result, to specific products and ingredients, therefore, please test any mask both homemade and store bought, on your elbow 24 hours before putting any of these masks on your pretty face and body. There are also a few rules/tips that I suggest you use as I have learned the hard way:

  1. Always have clean skin in the area you are going to place the mask.
  2. For best results, have a slightly damp face or skin area before applying the mask.
  3. Never leave any Turmeric based masks on any area of your body for more than 10 minutes as it will leave a yellow stain for at least 24 hours and please wear old clothes or have access to an old clean towel during and after using any Turmeric based ingredients as it will stain all materials.

Let’s get to the good stuff, shall we? I have organised them by category for ease of use as well as what can be made from home and what can be bought online that is still 100% natural and effective.

Acne Prone Skin/ Blemished Skin | Facial Masks

Acne is horrific to deal with, especially Adult acne, and then once you eventually get rid of the underlining issue, you are left with scars, dull skin and a 90-year-old looking face; fear not, whilst on this road to beautiful skin, these 5 topical home-made masks will prevent so much damage and heal our skin that natural way, during and after any internal treatments.

Homemade | Particularly Good For Acne Scars | Boosts Collagen & Brightness | Great For Dry & Itchy Skin:

Potato & Lemon Mask

You Will Need:

1 potato

Half a Lemon

Blender or Grater

A bowl

How To:

Blend or finely grate the potato and place into your bowl, however, if you find this hard to keep on your skin, add a quarter cup of water and blend the potato shavings and water together.

Another option is to take the blended potato and place it into a muslin cloth or through a sieve in order to get the potato juice out. Remember both the skin and the potato juice are important for this mask and your skin.

Place the blended potato and or water into a bowl and add the juice of half a lemon, it is even better if you have the pulp in there too, then mix.

Place a towel at head level on the sofa or bed, lay down and apply the mask in chunks all over your face, can be applied to your decolletage too, and the towel is great just in case anything falls off.

Leave on for anytime between 5-30 minutes, for best results, I recommend you leave it on for at least 20 minutes.

Tip: If you are really struggling with dull skin and acne scarring, then try to apply this mask every day for the first 10 days as it encourages collagen production which not only plumps and firms the skin but will diminish Acne scars quicker, furthermore, this mixture removes dry, dead skin cells. Continue to use this mask once or twice a week for upkeep.

Fight Acne | Oily Skin | Dead Skin Cells | Scars

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Cinnamon Face Mask for Acne:

Cinnamon, raw honey, and lemons are one of those gifts from nature that keeps on giving and yet, so underrated.

Cinnamon has a multitude of benefits that not only help sensitive, acne prone skin but does a wonder of good for our health. 

  • High Source of Antioxidants. …
  • Contains Anti-inflammatory Properties. …
  • Protects Heart Health. …
  • Helps Fight Diabetes. …
  • Helps Defend Against Cognitive Decline & Protects Brain Function. …
  • May Help Lower Cancer Risk. …
  • Fights Infections & Viruses. …
  • Protects Dental Health & Freshens Breath Naturally

Organic/Raw Honey is not only delicious to eat but leaves little room for excuses as to why it isn’t apart of your daily diet.

  • Counters Pollen Allergies.
  • Natural Energy Source.
  • Antioxidant Powerhouse.
  • Sleep Promoter.
  • Wound and Ulcer Healer.
  • Diabetes Aid.
  • Natural Cough Syrup.

Lemons contain nourishing elements like vitamin Cvitamin B6vitamin Avitamin E, folate, niacin, thiamin, riboflavinpantothenic acidcoppercalciumironmagnesiumpotassiumzincphosphorus, and protein. This is what they also help with and contain as a result:

  • antioxidant and cancer-fighting properties
  • they prevent diabetes, constipation, high blood pressure, fever, indigestion
  • Improves the skin, hair, and teeth
  • Are a natural blood purifier
  • Aids and regulates our digestion

You Will Need:

1 tbsp of cinnamon powder

2 tbsp of organic honey

1/2 tbsp of fresh lemon juice

Bowl and spoon

If you only have Cinamon sticks then simply grate the cinnamon and then grind it to a powder with a spoon or herb mill.


Cinnamon Face Mask for Dark Spots and Scars:

You Will Need:

1 tbsp cinnamon powder

3tbsp of aloe vera gel

1/2 tbsp of pure almond oil

Bowl and spoon

Make sure the aloe vera is 100% organic, with no alcohol, colourants or any other ingredient besides aloe vera, this is extremely important.


Cinnamon Face Mask for Dry Skin:

You Will Need:

1 tbsp of cinnamon powder

3 tbsp of mashed or pureed papaya

Bowl and spoon

How To:

Whichever cinnamon face mask you choose, mix all of the ingredients into a bowl so they form a smooth paste or mixture and apply to a slightly damp, clean face. You can also apply any of these masks within this blog post, to your bikini line, legs, decolletage and anywhere else you are needing relief.

Keep this mask on for 5-10 minutes and repeat 2-3 times per week. Leaving it on for longer will not cause any skin discolouration.

Irritated Itchy Skin | Facial Masks

banana Face Mask for Acne prone dry itchy skin

Banana, Honey & Yogurt Face Mask:

Bananas are rich in fibre, antioxidants and several nutrients which is also great for digestion, a bonus to bananas are that medium-sized banana contains about 105 calories! They contain

  • Potassium: 9% of the RDI.
  • Vitamin B6: 33% of the RDI.
  • Vitamin C: 11% of the RDI.
  • Magnesium: 8% of the RDI.
  • Copper: 10% of the RDI.
  • Manganese: 14% of the RDI.
  • Net carbs: 24 grams.
  • Fibre: 3.1 grams.
  • Protein: 1.3 grams.
  • Fat: 0.4 grams.

Other benefits include:

  • The moderate our blood sugar levels
  • a green (unripe banana) helps digestion and overall gut health which is brilliant for acne and skin issues
  • reduce blood pressure due to the potassium levels
  • reduces the risk of heart disease by 27%


You will need: 

2 Bananas

1/4 Cup of Organic Honey

1/4 Cup of Organic Yogurt (Greek Yogurt Is The Best but check the ingredients)

A mixing bowl

One fork

A flat head makeup brush (optional)

How To:

This has worked wonders for my skin and is even great to drink so no waste!

Peel off the banana skin and chop into pieces as shown in the picture. Place the slices into a bowl and with your fork, mash the banana together until they form a lumpy puree. Next, add 1/4 cup of raw honey; manuka honey is, of course, the best, however, whichever brand you use, make sure it is 100% organic. Proceed to mix the banana puree and the honey together. Add a 1/4 cup of yoghurt to the bowl and mix it in with the bananas and honey.

Take your makeup brush, preferably a foundation brush, or you can use your fingers, and begin applying the mixture directly onto your face, staying clear of your eye area. Leave it on for 20 minutes or longer and then gently wash your face using warm water and a muslin cloth/soft towel.


I really enjoy doing a different mask once a week, depending on my skin texture, look and feel and I hope you enjoy using them too!


Let me know in the comments section below what face masks you have tried so that we can recommend them to others and subscribe for weekly updates!

Sending love and light






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