Strawberry Mask Recipes

Loaded with natural salicylic acid, strawberries are natural skin care miracle workers for oily and acne prone skin.

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Strawberries also help soften, moisturize and nourish normal and oily skin.

Strawberries can cause an allergic reaction in some people, so it is a good idea to conduct a patch test before applying to large areas of the skin.

Banish blackheads and lighten skin discolorations with these homemade strawberry face mask recipes.

Strawberry and Sour Cream Face Mask

Deep cleanse and soothe skin with this homemade strawberry face mask recipe.


2 strawberries

1 tsp sour cream


Combine strawberries and sour cream.

Apply to face and neck.

Leave on for 10-15 minutes.

Rinse and pat dry.

Strawberry Mask for Acne

This natural acne mask erases blemishes with natural salicylic acids and gently exfoliates for instantly smoother skin.


1 cup fresh strawberries (preferably organic)


Mash strawberries into a pulp

Apply to clean, dry skin.

Leave on for 10 minutes.

Rinse with warm water and pat dry.

Source: Ageless Natural Beauty by Sally Freeman

Strawberry Mask for Oily Skin

Cucumber or tomato puree can be substitued for strawberries in this homemade face mask for oily skin.


1/2 cup strawberries, mashed

1 tsp lemon juice


Combine ingredients to form a paste.

Apply to face and allow to dry.

Rinse with cool water.

Strawberry Yogurt Mask

Refine and lighten skin with this simple strawberry yogurt mask. **Refrigerate any leftovers for up to a week.


1/2 cup fresh strawberries, mashed

1 tablespoon yogurt


Mix ingredients into a smooth paste.

Apply to face and neck.

Leave on for 20 minutes.

Rinse with warm water, followed by cool water.

Pat skin Dry.

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