Risks of homemade masks. For many women and now men who take care of their skin, facial care is seen as a priority. Not only for vanity but for health, as it’s not just about keeping the skin clean, hydrated, and healthy, but also being more conscious about what they put on their skin.

In the market, there are multiple skincare options: toners, creams, facial serums, makeup removers, soaps, and other skincare products include ingredients that instead of helping, harm. This applies not only to luxury products but also to homemade masks, which many believe to be a resource.

The best homemade face mask

The famous lemon and baking soda mask that lightens the skin is well-known. On one side, there are those who have tried it and defend it, and those who are against it because they see it as something aggressive for the skin.

We’ve seen some celebrities promote these types of homemade masks, such as avocado masks, and some YouTubers who have popularized skincare routines, which have become quite famous recently.

On the other hand, dermatologists have shown their discontent time and time again with the use of food on the face. They do not recommend it because for them, a product formulated with plant extracts, fruits, or acids requires a process in the laboratory, tests, and results to say that it works effectively. All of this before reaching our hands and getting permission for sale.

Putting a 100% natural food item with all its properties without knowing if our skin type accepts the mixture, if it can dehydrate or dry out, or affect the pH of the face, as commonly happens with laundry or dish soaps that some «influencers» have used.

Risks of homemade masks

Natural face masks

They are products that can irritate and harm the skin. But dermatologists are not entirely against the benefits of nature; the properties of some foods provide benefits to our skin.

In the case of avocado, it is a moisturizer for the skin and hair. We can eat it and apply or spread it. Remember that if a food doesn’t agree with you when you eat it, it won’t agree with your skin either.

In the case of lemon or orange, you need to be more careful; constant use on the skin can trigger allergic reactions.

Honey and oat flakes are the ones with the least risk of triggering skin allergies.

Risks of homemade masks

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