The 2-Ingredient Homemade Masks That'll Give You Flawless Skin in a Jiffy

These insanely easy DIY face packs are both money AND time-savers!

1. Cucumber and Turmeric

The cooling and hydrating properties of cucumber help reduce blemishes and lighten your tan. Also, its astringent properties make cucumber an ideal skin toner.

Turmeric works wonders for your skin, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties that help treat breakouts and let you have radiant, healthy skin.

What you need: The pulp of a half a cucumber, a pinch of turmeric powder

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2. Almond and banana

Almond oil moisturises the skin, and bananas are the ideal ingredient to increase the elasticity of your skin.

What you need: 1 Banana (mashed), 1 tsp Almond oil

3. Papaya and Lemon Juice

The alpha-hydroxy acids in papaya gently exfoliate your skin, making it clear and radiant.

Papaya and lemon juice is an excellent combination for lightening your skin tone, and to get rid of scars and blemishes.

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What you need: Papaya (1/2 cup, pureed), the juice of 1 lemon

4. Lemon and Aloe vera

Aloe Vera gel makes your skin soft and supple, while lemon works as a skin-lightening agent. The vitamin-rich face pack exfoliates your skin and helps acne scars and blemishes fade.

What you need: The gel from one aloevera leaf, the juice from half a lemon

5. Avocado and Honey

Packed with amino acids and vitamins, avocado is an excellent ingredient for moisturising skin and reducing fine lines. Avocado and honey face mask works great for both normal to dry skin.

What you need: 1/2 an avocado (mashed), 1 tbsp raw honey

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