With avocado, honey, coffee grounds, and more, learn how to make homemade face and body remedies for an A-List glow.
Earlier this month, Melanie Grant shared her top tips on how to maintain the skin’s radiance during the quarantine, but she’s also a fan of homemade beauty batches. “I’ve been making DIY facial masks since I was little,” shares Grant, who is known for amping up the glow of famous faces including Victoria Beckham, Phoebe Tonkin, and countless catwalk regulars like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Erin Wasson, and Lara Worthington. Below, the Sydney-based facial guru provides three recipes using items found around your pantry to make both your face and body shine.
The Restorative Honey Mask
Meant to treat blemish-prone, inflamed, or dry, dehydrated skin, this mask will become a favorite for its regenerative properties.
– 2 tbsp of raw honey (Manuka, if possible)
– Warm the honey between your hands and apply a thick layer to the face, neck, and décolletage (upper torso).
– Leave on for 30 minutes (while bathing is recommended for a truly indulgent experience), and then remove with a damp washcloth.