DIY: Pumpkin Facial Mask

After our few weeks of Indian summer ended and the cool temps we've had this week, I'm now in the fall mood. I came home the other day and noticed my mom had put a pumpkin in front of our house like she does every year. As soon as I saw the pumpkin it reminded of this pumpkin facial mask I tried last year. I immediately couldn't wait to post this for you guys. The ingredients in pumpkin will help all skin types, high in Vitamins A and Z and Zinc, this squash helps heal and protect the skin from free radicals, while gently dissolving dead skill cells. When you add egg and milk it helps bind the mask together, nourishing and lifting the skin.
I found these easy recipe to be very soothing and moisturizing and my skin had a healthy glow afterwards. Again, I would never share a recipe with you that I haven't tried on myself :) So after Halloween is over don't throw away your pumpkins!


- 2 teaspoons of cooked pumpkin (you can also use canned pumpkin)
- 1 egg
- Splash of milk

Optional Ingredients:
  For Dry Skin- you can add a small amount of honey-  it will attract and keep moisture inside your skin where it belongs.
 For Oily Skin- mix in a splash of apple cider vinegar for an astringent effect.


  • Whisk together the pumpkin, egg and milk
  • Add any optional ingredients and mix gently
  • Apply to your face with either your fingers or an old makeup brush (avoiding the eyes)
  • Relax, read, do chores or whatever you would like for the next 15-20 minutes
  • Rinse thoroughly with warm water and apply your regular moisturizer
*Put an old shirt on that you don't mind getting ruined and put a towel on your counter or floor. If you drop some you don't want it to ruin your clothes or floor.

Let me know if you try this and how you liked it :) 

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  1. Yummy girl. Sound good.

  2. This is awesome! I will have to try it out :)

  3. Thanks girls!! Let me know if you like it :)

  4. Great post. I will have to try this!! LOVE DIY masks!

  5. Haha I'm following you now!! I just found this page because the one on ur user profile is a wordpress that's PW protected? ANYWAYS lol! I love this idea, I can't wait to try it!!

  6. @Jenn- I love them too!! Thanks doll xoxo

    @MissAshDG- Thanks so much for following!!! What profile are you talking about bc I have to change that, I used to use wordpress but changed over to blogger recently. Oh well lol. Let me know how you like it :))

  7. Thanks for following my blog... love yours. You have great content good job!!  =)..Since you use honey in your DIY I thought you would also find this article helpful. I'm going to post it for my readers too.
    <3 Katy

  8. Aww!! Your welcome!! Your bog is great as well, thats why I followed :) I just started to read your article and I'm already interested. I have to bookmark that exact page so I make sure I can find it again to read. Looking forward to reading more of your posts!!!



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