Make your own Aloe Face Mask!


  • Aloe
  • Cedar essential oil
  • Lavender essential oil
  • Mint essential oil
  • Instructions

Aloe has so many properties and you can grow it at home! Aloe has a substance called lignin which allows it to penetrate to the lower layers of the skin bringing aminoacids and vitamins. Aloe is know to have rejuvenating properties such as aiding accelerate fibro-plastic tissue regeneration which produce collagen. Aloe also has antibiotic properties which helps healing acne, scarring, sun spots etc.

Cedar essential oil has been traditionally used in the treatment of acne, eczema, anxiety, insomnia, infections, fluid retention, cellulitis, lack of focus and poor memory.

Lavender essential oil has been used in the treatment of acne, insomnia, migraines, cuts, allergies and congestion, sun burns and dizziness.

Mint essential oil is useful in the treatment of indigestion, halitosis, dizziness, respiratory tract congestion, allergies, and it’s a natural cleanser and disinfectant.


Cut small pieces of Aloe and then cut along the centre to extract the pulp. With a fork mash the pulp until it has a liquid consistency. Add 2 drops of cedar essential oil, 1 drop of lavender and 1 drop of mint essential oil. Mix thoroughly and apply immediately as Aloe properties are best assimilated when it’s freshly cut.

Remember the skin is the largest organ in the human body, it detoxifies but also absorbs whatever we put on it. A good rule of thumb is to never put anything that you couldn’t eat 🙂 This Aloe mask is a quick, natural and inexpensive way to keep your facial skin clean and nourished. Enjoy!

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