Try These 5 Homemade Egg Masks to Beautify Your Skin

21 November, 2020
The egg white as well as the yolk can be very useful when making egg masks that pamper your face. Learn more in this article!

Did you know that you can make your own homemade egg masks for beautiful skin?

For many years people thought that eggs were harmful to our health because of their cholesterol content, so they weren’t used in many diets or even as homemade egg masks.

However, this was a myth. Today, they’re considered to be one of the most complete foods for all types of diets.

Eggs stand out as being an important source of protein of high biological value. In addition, they benefit the muscles, the joints and a great variety of vital processes.

They also contain a great quantity of vitamins, minerals and fatty acids that, among other things, strengthen your immune system and increase energy levels.

What many people can’t imagine is that beyond their nutritional value, they also are beneficial for the care of the skin.

Their compounds help to maintain firm skin and in addition, correct imperfections like acne, and the excessive production of oil.

Are you ready to try them? Learn about these 5 homemade egg masks.

Homemade Egg Masks for Beautiful Skin

1. Homemade egg masks to tone your skin

homemade egg masks


An anti-aging mask

The amino acids that eggs contain deeply nourish the complexion. This prevents flabbiness and signs of premature aging.

These nutrients, besides the antioxidants, tone the tissues and help to maintain a smooth complexion.


  • 1 egg white
  • 2 tablespoons of organic yogurt


  1.  Beat the egg white and mix with the yogurt.


  1. First, clean your face with soap and water, dry well, apply the mask.
  2. Let sit for 30 minutes and then rinse with cold water.
  3. Repeat at least 3 times per week.

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A anti-wrinkle mask

The amazing vitamins and minerals that eggs contain contribute to protect the delicate skin around the eyes. This prevents the appearance of “crow’s feet.”

Their light anti-inflammatory effect decreases the look of bags under the eyes and helps give a youthful appearance.


  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon of avocado oil


  1. Beat the egg and combine it with a tablespoon of avocado oil.


  1. Take off makeup and apply the mask with a brush.
  2. Let dry for 20 to 30 minutes and then rinse.
  3. Use at least twice a week.

3. A mask for oily skin

Mask for oily skin

Applying egg white to the face solves the problem of the excess production of oil that makes the face appear shiny. 

Its properties regulate the pH of your skin and leave a pleasant sensation of freshness for several hours.


  • 1 egg white
  • 2 tablespoons of oat flour


  1. Beat the egg white and mix with the oat flour.
  2. After obtaining a thick paste, apply to your face.


  1. Spread the mask across the face, focusing on the oiliest areas.
  2. Let sit for 20 minutes and rinse.
  3. Apply 2 or 3 times a week, according to your needs.

4. Mask for blackheads

The sticky texture of the egg whites is very useful to remove residues and dead cells that clog the pores.

In this case, you strengthen the effects with a little slice of an orange and coconut milk to leave your skin with a fresh look.


  1. 1 egg white
  2. A tablespoon of  pieces of an orange
  3. 2 tablespoons of coconut milk


  1.  First, mix the egg white with the orange pieces and coconut milk.
  2.  Then, stir all ingredients until you have a paste.


  1.  Apply the mask to a clean face, being sure to cover all of the areas that have blackheads.
  2. Then, let sit for 20 to 30 minutes and before rinsing, make circular movements to facilitate exfoliation.
  3. After, remove the excess with warm water.
  4. Use twice a week.

Read:  3 Homemade Exfoliates to Remove Blackheads

5.  Hydrating mask

Hydrating mask

Because of  their oils and proteins, you can take advantage of eggs for dry and sensitive skin. Their nutrients hydrate the tissues and help to counteract the effects of the sun and toxins.


  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 ripe banana
  • 2 tablespoons of honey


  1. Mix the egg with 1/2 ripe banana.
  2. Add the honey and stir to a cream paste.


  1. First, rub the mask on all of the areas you would like to hydrate.
  2. Then, allow to sit for 30 minutes.
  3. After, rinse with cold water and repeat this 2 to 3 times a week.

Did you know the cosmetic uses of eggs? Now you know how to include these homemade egg masks in your beauty routine. Don’t hesitate to use them as an alternative to conventional treatments.

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