5 DIY Avocado Beauty Recipes You Probably Didn’t Know About

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Pump some fun into your routine with these DIY avocado beauty recipes. Packed with beautifying biotin, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids, avocados revive your parched winter skin and hair. So whip up an avocado face mask, hair mask, and lip scrub, and you’ll look and feel brand new.

After trying these DIY avocado beauty recipes, you’ll look so radiant your friends will demand to know your secret.

So, why wait? Grab that avocado, and let’s get to work.

Avocado Beauty Recipe #1: Avocado, Yogurt, and Honey Face Mask

First, whip up this avocado beauty recipe to pump life back into your skin. All you need is one ripe avocado, a half cup of Greek yogurt, a tablespoon of honey (optional), and two drops of vitamin C serum.

Mash the avocado with a fork. Then, add the yogurt, honey, and vitamin C serum. Apply the avocado mask evenly to your skin, and rinse after 30 minutes.

Avocados nourish skin, yogurt exfoliates, and honey fights bacteria to keep blemishes at bay. Vitamin C prevents the avocado from darkening and fades age spots to improve your skin tone.

Use this DIY avocado face mask up to twice per week for best results.

Also, feel free to print the DIY avocado beauty recipe below.

DIY avocado beauty recipe #1: Yogurt, honey, and avocado face mask
Avocado Beauty Recipe #1: Avocado Yogurt Face Mask Recipe / Beauty and Travel Reviews via Canva.com

After rinsing the avocado mask, apply a serum, toner, moisturizer, and sunscreen. Or pamper your skin with orchid oil to boost hydration.

Avocado Beauty Recipe #2: Avocado Banana Face Mask

Another option? Try this DIY avocado beauty recipe to hydrate and brighten your skin. This avocado banana face mask fights aging and leaves your skin looking fresh.

All you need is a ripe banana, an avocado, some Greek yogurt, and honey. Mash the avocado and banana in a bowl, add yogurt and honey, and mix well. Then, apply to your skin, wait 20 minutes, and rinse.

Avocado soothes and nourishes your skin, while yogurt softens and exfoliates. Plus, banana brightens skin and fights aging, while honey softens and hydrates.

Another skin-brightening tip? Follow this DIY avocado face mask with a vitamin C serum or blueberry face oil to boost your glow.

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Avocado Beauty Recipe #2: Avocado Banana Face Mask / Beauty and Travel Reviews

Avocado Beauty Recipe #3: Avocado Sugar Lip Scrub

Now, exfoliate your lips with this avocado sugar lip scrub. This no-fuss avocado beauty recipe takes about a minute to make, and you won’t believe how smooth your lips feel afterward.

All you need is avocado, sugar, coconut oil, and honey. Mash the avocado, add coconut oil and honey, and mix until smooth.

Sugar sloughs off dead skin, and avocado and honey hydrate to leave your lips silky.

Use this DIY avocado beauty recipe twice per week for best results.

Avocado beauty recipe #3: Lip scrub
DIY Avocado Beauty Recipe#3: Avocado Sugar Lip Scrub / Beauty and Travel Reviews

After rinsing the avocado lip scrub, apply a lip balm, such as Weleda Skin Food Lip Butter ($6.99).

But don’t sit down yet because now it’s time to treat your hair.

Avocado Beauty Recipe #4: Avocado, Yogurt, and Olive Oil Hair Mask

Next, whip up this decadent avocado hair mask to revive dull, dry, or unruly hair.

Avocado smooths hair and boosts radiance, and yogurt hydrates and exfoliates your scalp. In addition, camellia and olive oil nourish hair while adding touchable softness and shine.

In case you’re wondering, camellia oil comes from the Japanese Camellia plant and has been a favorite geisha beauty secret for ages.

According to Tatcha skincare founder Vicky Tsai, even modern-day geishas use camellia oil to nourish their hair and skin. The oil contains antioxidants, vitamin E, and squalane to keep your skin and hair silky.

So, add camellia oil to your avocado hair mask to double the shine. Just follow the steps below to begin.

DIY Avocado Beauty Recipe #4: Avocado Hair mask ingredients and instructions
Avocado Beauty Recipe #4: Avocado Hair Mask / Beauty and Travel Reviews

Here’s another beauty trick: Alternate between this DIY avocado hair mask and a lavender hair tonic to strengthen hair and boost shine.

Use each hair treatment once or twice per week for best results.

Avocado Beauty Recipe #5: Avocado, Honey, and Coconut Oil Hair Mask

Next, deep condition your hair with this DIY avocado beauty recipe. This avocado, honey, and coconut oil hair mask is the perfect way to pamper your strands after a day in the sun.

All you need is half an avocado, a tablespoon of honey, and two tablespoons of coconut oil. Avocado nourishes hair, while honey and coconut oil soften hair and boost shine. The result? Hair looks and feels satiny smooth.

Just grab a bowl, mash the avocado, and add the oil and honey. Then, coat your hair from roots to ends, wait at least one hour, and rinse. You can also use this hair mask as an overnight treatment.

Another beauty tip? After drying your hair, smooth two to three drops of pomegranate oil from your hair’s mid-sections to ends to double the shine.

Avocado, coconut oil, and manuka honey hair mask
Avocado Beauty Recipe #5: Avocado, coconut oil, and honey hair mask

Final Thoughts

So, whip up these DIY avocado beauty recipes to revive your skin, lips and hair. Use the DIY avocado masks and lip scrub up to twice per week, and you’ll see results in no time.

Now, enjoy your silky skin and hair, and check back for more DIY beauty recipes and skincare tips.

Also, follow the links to learn more about avocados’ nutrients, vitamins, and their functions.

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Avocado nutrients / BATR

Featured image credit: Melecis, Getty Images via Canva.com / This article was first published here at Beauty and Travel Reviews.

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25 thoughts on “5 DIY Avocado Beauty Recipes You Probably Didn’t Know About

  1. Wow, I like that you have face masks from all types of ingredients, and I like how specialised your blog niche is. Also, great stuff on the graphics. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Thank you, Stuart! I like using graphics to display my beauty recipes and to break up longer posts. I also thought it would be convenient for people who want to save a recipe but don’t have time to read the full post. I’m glad you stopped by, and I appreciate your feedback.

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