Want Your Face to Feel Nourished? Becky of Wild Spirit Naturally Can Help

Want Your Face to Feel Nourished-

Meet Becky Juett of Wild Spirit Naturally, a nutrition enthusiast, massage therapist, and holistic beauty therapist. She stands by eating wholesome and organic foods to not only change the way we look, feel, and think, but to help us become more aware of what goes into our bodies. It all started when she was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) at the young age of 17. After dealing with depression, exhaustion, weight gain, and numerous medical visits, she knew it was time for a change. That’s when she saw a naturopath for the first time, who prescribed food as her medicine through a full-body cleanse. And today, she continues using food as medicine, the most powerful drug in her eyes, knowing that it has ultimately created the best version of herself. So without further ado, we at HealingRadius present to you one of her blog posts on natural homemade face masks.


3 Homemade Masks for All Skins


Oh, how I love face masks! When I’ve had a busy week and my skin looks a little dull, a quick exfoliation followed by a nourishing mask can do wonders. The best types of masks, in my opinion, are ones you can make at home with bits in the kitchen. Making your own masks allows you to personalize them to your preferences, and because you’re using fresh produce you’re getting highly active ingredients. It’s also a huge bonus that homemade masks are cheap! So, when you want to give your skin some TLC but don’t want to wander far, try these 3 mask recipesall Wild Spirit Naturally approved.



1. Tropical Glow Mask

This is suitable for all skins. The banana’s active enzymes freshen the skin, whilst the fresh orange balances oil and the honey is soothing and healing.

  1. Mash one-half of a banana
  2. Mix in a tablespoon of orange juice and a tablespoon of manuka honey
  3. Apply to the face and keep the mixture on for 15 minutes
  4. Rinse with lukewarm water and then moisturize with Rosehip Oil



2. Brightening Mask

Papaya has been used for centuries to support healthy skin. This recipe is perfect to balance pigmentation and sun spots, whilst giving the skin that gorgeous ‘just been on holiday’ glow.

  1. Blend together two tablespoons of manuka honey and half a cup of mashed ripe papaya
  2. Apply on the face evenly for 15-20 minutes
  3. Rinse with lukewarm water and then moisturize with Rosehip Oil



3. Hydrating Mask

Avocado is seriously the best! Not only does it taste delicious, but this bad boy is great for hydrating the skin. The avocado mixed with manuka honey makes the most sensational smelling mask and will combat even the driest of skins.

  1. Mash 1/2 of a ripe avocado with 2 tablespoons of manuka honey
  2. Apply to the face and let sit 20+ minutes
  3. Rinse with lukewarm water and then moisturize with Rosehip Oil


Now that you know the deal, we’d love for you to try these masks then let us know about your experience in the comment section below! Or if you use any other recipes for fresh and glowing skin—please share those, too! Here’s to healthy and holistic living.

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