5 Homemade Avocado Face Masks for Beautiful Skin

Updated on March 14, 2016

Avocados in the form of face masks are a natural and chemical-free way to nourish skin. If you are looking for some natural home remedies to replenish your face, especially if you have dry, red, itchy, or rough skin due to the harsh weather, then you should really consider all the benefits of avocado, including:

  • As mentioned, it's great for skincare.
  • They are rich source of essential nutrients that soothe and moisturize your face.
  • They contain vitamin B, vitamin E, and amino acids.

Topical application of them as masks will give your skin numerous beauty benefits. Below are five different ones you can try.

Avocado Face Masks


This is a hydrating face mask, perfect for cleaning and moisturizing. Honey is gentle astringent and extremely moisturizing. The combination of avocado and honey in this will refine the pores, tighten the skin, and smooth over wrinkles and reduce aging spots.

  1. Simply mash a ripe avocado and mix it with one tablespoon of honey.
  2. Spread a thin layer on your skin, and let it be for 20 minutes. N
  3. Wash it off with lukewarm water.


This avocado and cucumber mask is a great remedy for acne treatment. When the two are combined, they can help clean out skin pores and avoid breakouts.

  1. Take 1/2 cup of avocado pulp and mix with two tablespoon of cucumber juice.
  2. Clean your face and then evenly apply the mask over your face. You can also place the cucumbers slices over your eyes as well.
  3. Lie down for 10 to 15 minutes.
  4. Wash the mask off with lukewarm water and pat it dry.


If your skin is dry to an extent that you feel itchy from the dryness and roughness, try this oatmeal and avocado mask. Oatmeal helps heal, soothe, and relieve itching and avocado, which is a good source of vitamin E, is full of natural oils that will hydrate and moisturize the dry skin naturally.

  1. Blend avocado pulp and cooked oatmeal in a bowl and mix thoroughly.
  2. Apply to your face.
  3. Leave it until it get dries.
  4. Wash off your face.

This should take around 15 to 20 minutes.


This mask is beneficial especially during those cold winter months, when your skin needs extra moisture due to the dry or humid air. Yogurt has the enzymes which easily exfoliate the facial skin with natural cleansing and bleaching.

  1. Take a teaspoon of organic yogurt and mix it with avocado pulp.
  2. Spread onto your face.
  3. Let it sit.
  4. Wash off with warm water and pat dry.

Egg White and Lemon Juice

This is another useful one to help reduce oil and acne problems. Lemon is a rich source of vitamin C, which is perfect for oily skin, as it has natural astringent properties. Egg white helps moisturize dry skin.

  1. Beat the egg white until frothy.
  2. Take out the avocado pulp and mash it.
  3. Mix the two together with one teaspoon of lemon juice.
  4. Apply a thick layer to your face and leave it on for 20 to 25 minutes.

Note that this mask will turn dark quickly, so it is best store your extra facial mask in an airtight container in the refrigerator.


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      Seema 3 months ago

      How often should we use this face masks???

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      Lucky one 4 months ago

      Thanks alot for these remedies am gonna try out this week.

      However, how often do you recommend should one regularly apply on the face? Thanks.

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      Neha Sadana 5 months ago from India

      Hello Shantel,

      Most of the ingredients are easily found in the kitchen like Egg, lemon, honey, yogurt . Do try any of the above mask, it will give remarkable result.

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      Shantel 5 months ago

      I like the remedies but do not have most of the things

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      Elizjah 13 months ago

      I just used the egg and avacodo one and it really helped with my skin and made it soo soft lol. and after using 2 throughout the week it rally helped clear up my acne

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      hello am blessing 16 months ago

      i tried the honey and avocado face mask. please i want to know often i should it in a week; that's how many days interval?

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      karissa 17 months ago

      How long can I store the mask after its made and how often should I apply it?

      Thanks so much and can't wait to try this.

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      diane first 17 months ago

      I use Made from Earth's products for combination skin. Their Skin Correcting Toner Mist is EVERYTHING!

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      johna 19 months ago

      just strarted using homemade avocado mask wih lemon for 3 days,looking forward for the best result,,,yey

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      jane 20 months ago

      I hv a lot of pemples so I need the help

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      I'm Jenny 20 months ago

      Can I put everyday to my face this avocado and honey mask?

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      Neha Sadana 21 months ago from India

      Hello Shayma,

      I am glad you tried these homemade avocado masks and feel brighter! Me too love to use natural things on my skin.

      The fine lines or marks you are talking about are normal. They get on the body when a person grow or gain weight quickly. You can massage the affected area gently in circular movement to reduce the appearance of stretch marks. Exfoliating will also help in removing the excess skin cells!

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      Shayma 21 months ago

      I just tried it yesterday and my skin feels so soft and even brighter. I love using the natural things on my skin. I'm satisfied with the results although my stretch marks are boring me. I don't have a baby yet, they are all over my bums, legs yoh. .what can I use? TO NEHA SADANA

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      deztiny 2 years ago

      I will be trying the avocado and honey this week . I will put my findings after I have done it.

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      Emukaye 3 years ago

      I always pout on in my face batter & avocado it's help full ,to me so when I do this treatement my face is really pretty and unbeliveb ,so I will say try it !!

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      PurpleOne 5 years ago from Canada

      I almost always have avocados on hand at home (love them, so yummy!!). Often though, they go bad before I have a chance to eat them so turning my "too ripe to eat" avocados into a face mask sounds like a great way to use them up (I hate having to throw food in the garbage!).

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      Neha Sadana 5 years ago from India

      Hello eHealer, I am glad you like this hub about avocado face masks.

      Avocado is a great help for those who have dry skin. Do try the avocado and cucumber mask. Waiting for the feedback!!

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      Deborah 5 years ago from Las Vegas

      Okay, I love this hub. I am going to try the avocado and cucumber mask.I have the ingredients and I will post when I'm finished and report the results. Thanks and see you soon!