DIY Strawberry and Sugar Face Mask

DIY Strawberry and Sugar Face Mask

DIY Strawberry and Sugar Face Mask

Many people don’t realize it, but the strawberry is actually part of the rose family, and so it adds many of the benefits that roses add when put into your homemade face scrubs and masks. If you are unsure of how to incorporate strawberries into your beauty routine, look no further than the DIY Strawberry and Sugar Face Mask recipe below. It is a simple mask that you can whip up right in your own kitchen. It is sure to soothe, refresh, and revitalize your skin in just a few minutes. Don’t wait for someone else to pamper you on Valentine’s Day, take it into your own hands and give this face mask a try! I know you are going to love it!


DIY Strawberry & Sugar Face Mask

Supplies needed:
1 teaspoon of honey
1 teaspoon of olive oil
½ cup of sugar
½ cup of strawberries, rinsed and halved

Note: If you are allergic to strawberries, this is clearly not a recipe you should try. Even though you are not consuming the strawberries, you still do not want to pose the risk of an allergic reaction. You can do this recipe omitting the strawberries and get a nice little face scrub!

1. Combine all of the above ingredients into a blender or food processor. Mix well for 2-3 minutes until all of the ingredients are blended well.
2. If you wish for a moisture rich mask, you can add additional olive oil. If you wish for a mask that is more coarse, you can add additional sugar AFTER you remove the mixture from the blender.
3. Do not wait to use your mask. You want to use it while it is still freshly blended.

Apply the mask with fingers or a soft brush to your face, taking care to avoid the eyes or any sensitive areas. As always, test a small patch of skin first to make sure your skin will not have adverse reactions to the mixture. Leave it on your face 7-10 minutes. It will begin to dry and slightly harden. When time is up, use warm water to remove, massaging the mixture in a circular motion on your face as you do.

Your skin will have a nice glow and dead skin will be banished away. Give this DIY Strawberry and Sugar Face Mask a try and see what a difference it makes for you!

Do you make your own face scrubs? What has been your favorite one? Share it with me in the comments. 


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  1. says

    That looks amazing! I`ve never tried a homemade face mask….or any facemask to be honest! But I do love strawberries! What a great blog! hope you have a wonderful week!

  2. says

    I have made a lot of DIY items on my site, but I haven’t tried making any face products, yet. This is definitely the first time I have seen one with strawberries. Very interesting! I like the idea. Now, I just need to find some strawberries to try and make this…

  3. says

    I did a face scrub with blueberries and yogurt and honey once and broke out so I am a bit afraid of them but this one sounds great and also delicious : ) #SITSblogging

    • says

      Oh that’s not good. Just try a small patch first, and see how it does before you put it all over. I would hate for that to happen to you again.

  4. says

    What a great post! I will have to try this soon. I always buy the face scrub stuff at the store, but it’s uber expensive and honestly do anything. The strawberry part sounds so delicious – I might be tempted to eat it lol
    Stopping by from SITS

  5. says

    This looks so delicious that I want to eat it!!! I love making scrubs and masks and things for loved ones during the holidays and this recipe is definitely going to make the cut for next year! Love it.


  6. says

    I’ve made my own body scrub, one with coffee grinds and EVOO, the other with brown sugar and EVOO, they both leave my skin feeling lush. The coffee is supposed to help with cellulite. This mask seems super easy, thank you for the info! #SITSBlogging.

    • says

      Yes, that is the great thing about it. If it gets on your lips, you don’t have to worry about what is in it. You know you can just lick it off.


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