Homemade Facial Mask using Peaches

posted on September 24, 2014 by  |  posted under Beauty, Recipes, Summer  |  12 Comments

Homemade Peach facial

Walking into my home right now you would be greeted with the sweet smell of freshly (and not so freshly) picked peaches … mmmm.

I am obsessed with peaches.

To me these juicy and vibrant lovelies represent my childhood- picking and eating fresh peaches from my grandma’s peach trees and eating her delicious peach pie and cobbler. However, it also represents the bitter sweet transition of summer to fall.  During this time- I go into extreme panic as the last of the local peaches begin to dwindle. I can’t help but buy boxes and boxes of peaches from the local orchard…. It’s great!  Except for one problem.  After filling my freezer and doing all the great How Does She suggestions of what to do with peaches here,  here , and here, – I still am finding myself lost in mounds and mounds of peaches!

 Homemade Peach facial

Peaches are packed with vitamins and I have heard they are great for  hydrating the skin.

Then, it came to me…

Peach facial anyone?

Homemade Peach facial

It’s extremely easy!

All you need is:

One ripe peach

1 teaspoon of honey

1 egg yolk (for dry skin) or 1 egg white (for oily skin)

Homemade Peach facial

First thing is first- grab a friend! Find someone to do the facial with- so much fun to do it together! My little helper is going to show us how it is done.

Homemade Peach facial

1. Peel your peach.

Homemade Peach facial

2. Dice it up.

Homemade Peach facial3. Add one teaspoon of honey

Homemade Peach facial

4. Add the egg yolk.

Homemade Peach facial

5. Mush or blend it all together and apply on face.

Homemade Peach facial

Let me tell you that my face was left feeling so smooth, tight,  and soft. I just couldn’t believe it!

The  benefits of these ingredients on your skin:

-Rich in Vitamin A, E, and D

-Tightens the skin

-Hydrates the skin

-Balances the oil and bacteria that cause acne

-Promotes skin’s ability to rejuvenate and refresh depleted skin

And there you have it.

I just think I may try more at home facial masks with the left over produce…hmmmm what about squash, zucchini, or tomato? Not as appealing as peaches…but I just may give it a whirl!

What garden produce are you left with? Try it out and let me know how it goes!

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Homemade Peach facial


    1. September 22nd, 2012 at 2:44 pm
      Sandra says:
      very cool. gonna try this tonight.
    2. September 22nd, 2012 at 9:51 pm
      Shelley says:
      I am so trying this. I might eat my face though. I LOVE the smell of peaches.
      • September 28th, 2012 at 12:30 pm
        Cristi says:
        Extra bonus is that it can be dessert! ;)
    3. September 24th, 2012 at 8:24 am
      Kym Abernathy says:
      I love the peach mask and all your blogs.
      Give my blog a visit, I am just getting started!
    4. August 26th, 2014 at 2:52 am
      Madiha says:
      How long should you leave it on?
    5. September 25th, 2014 at 8:05 am
      Catherin says:
      How long should I leave it on for?
    6. September 25th, 2014 at 8:12 am
      Aide hernandez says:
      I really love the peach remedy Im gonna try it at home tonight.
    7. September 25th, 2014 at 8:13 am
      Linh says:
      This is a great way to save your peaches without it being spoiled.
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