Avocado Face Mask Recipes

A beauty secret of Latin American women for centuries, avocado is a nourishing natural skin care ingredient for all skin and hair types.

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Packed with moisture retaining oils, avocado face masks are perfect for mature, wrinkled, and dry skin.

Using avocado for face mask treatments is as simple as mashing half of an avocado and applying it directly to your face for 15 minutes. For best results, use fresh organic avocados.

Easy Avocado Face Mask

This super simple avocado face mask is as easy as it gets! Next time you whip up some guacamole, hold on to the avocado skins! The inside skin of the avocado gently exfoliates the skin, and a good source of vitamin E.


2 avocado skins


Remove the flesh from the avocados.

Rub the inside of the skin over your face and neck.

Leave mask on face for a few minutes before rinsing off.

Avocado Banana Face Mask

This recipe is perfect for dry skin. Avocado and banana are both rich in natural oils.


1/2 avocado, mashed

1/2 ripe banana, mashed


Mix the avocado and banana together until smooth and creamy.

Spread on your face and leave on for 15 minutes.

Rinse yoru face clean with tepic water and pat dry

Avocado and Honey Face Mask


1 avocado, mashed

1 ripe banana, mashed

1 tsp honey


Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl.

Blend until smooth.

Apply to face.

Let sit for 15-20 minutes.

Rinse face with tepid water.

Avocado, Milk and Honey Face Mask

Avocado is rich in natural oils and essential fatty acids, making it very nourishing and great for mature, wrinkled, and dry skin. Though suitable for most skin types, this face mask is perfect for dry skin. Those with acne prone skin, however, should skip this recipe. For best results, use fresh, organic avocado.


1 ripe avocado

4 tsp warm milk

1 tsp honey


Wash avocado, cut in half, and remove pit.

Blend avocado in to a smooth puree.

Dissolve honey in warm milk, then mix in avocado.

Apply to face and leave for 20-30 minutes.

Rinse and pat dry.

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