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10 Easy DIY Face Masks You Can Make In A Blender

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Your blender is a powerhouse when it comes to making quickie breakfasts (speaking of, here are the only 4 smoothie recipes you'll ever need.) And maybe you've even mastered the art of putting it to work for less obvious uses like a no-cook soup or breadcrumbs. But you probably haven't considered using it toward your at-home beauty regimen.

(Unleash glowing skin by cutting out processed foods and eating the REAL food inPrevention's !) 

We talked to 10 pros who shared their favorite smoothie recipes for simple, effective face masks you can make in your blender. Read on for their go-to complexion-clearing formulas.

MORE: 7 DIY Face Masks And Scrubs That Actually Work

strawberry smoothie mask
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For shiny skin

The antioxidants in strawberries help calm oily skin, while yogurt is a great base for soothing and hydrating, according to Ildi Pekar, facialist and owner at Ildi Pekar Skin Care. 

Blend:½ cup yogurt + ½ cup strawberries

Apply:Slather on, let sit for 20 minutes, rinse well. 

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coffee grounds
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For puffy skin

Cofounder of natural beauty brand , Jessica Kernochan recommends a fragrant coffee-cocoa pick-me-up. Ground coffee reduces swelling and gently exfoliates, while cocoa adds a sweet scent and antioxidants to help reduce the signs of aging.

Blend:2 tablespoons freshly ground coffee + 2 tablespoons pure cocoa powder + 1 tablespoon honey + 3 tablespoons yogurt + 1 tablespoon wheat germ oil

Apply:Spread evenly over skin and allow to sit for 10 minutes. Gently massage face with lukewarm water to exfoliate. Rinse thoroughly and pat dry.

MORE: 7 Smoothie Ingredients You've Never Considered But Definitely Should

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papaya
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For blemished skin
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coconut oil
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For tired skin

Sure, caffeine can wake up your brain—but using it topically constricts blood vessels, therefore targeting swelling and inflammation in the skin. The writers at the food-focused website Spoon University, say research in animals has shown that the smell of coffee alone may be enough to give you a cognitive edge. 

Blend:1 cup coffee grounds + ½ cup sugar + ½ cup sea salt + a pinch of cinnamon + 2 tablespoons melted coconut oil 

Apply:Scrub gently in a circular motion. Allow to sit for 15 minutes, and then rinse well. 

MORE: 10 Home Remedies For Common Skin Problems

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For dry, sensitive skin

Ground almonds exfoliate, while oats and honey soothe and heal, according to Jill Nystul, author of . Lemon juice provides a boost of brightening vitamin C and alpha-hydroxy acids. 

Blend:2 tablespoons finely ground almonds + 4 tablespoons oats + 2 tablespoons honey + 2 tablespoons lemon juice

Apply:Gently rub the mixture on clean skin. Leave the mask on for about five minutes, and then rinse with water. Store leftovers in the refrigerator for a few weeks. 

Related: I Tried 5 Different Oils On My Face—This Is The Best One

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cucumber
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For overheated skin

This mask suggested by Roberta Perry, founder of , combines moisturizing yogurt with soothing cucumber. The potato enzyme catecholase and the vitamin C in the orange juice help to smooth skin. The tea tannins are antioxidants, which help protect cells from damage.

Blend:2 cups plain yogurt + 1 medium peeled cucumber + ½ medium potato + ½ cup cold brewed tea + 2 tablespoons orange juice

Apply:Spread all over face and let sit for 15 minutes. Cover with a damp washcloth for another five minutes, and rinse. 

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honey and yogurt
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For dull skin

Felicia Alva, LA-based esthetician and celebrity makeup artist at Flutter Beauty, uses this skin-reviving trick with her red-carpet clientele. The lactic acid in yogurt is a natural exfoliant; honey plumps by drawing moisture into the skin. 

Blend:½ cup plain Greek yogurt + 2 tablespoons honey

Apply:Slather a thick layer on the face, leaving out the eye and lip area. Relax and let sit for 20 minutes.






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