Pumpkin Mask

I was surprised to see how popular
was last month.
So I  thought it would be fun to throw in some of my DIY at home skin tips every now and then if it’s OK with you.
Back in my “working days”, before kids, steady income and me time I used to go in for a quarterly facial. (nice)
 The esthetician would always treat me in the end with a pumpkin mask, it was wonderful.  I can’t even remember the last time I had a facial in a spa but that’s OK. 

There are so many fabulous ingredients in our cupboard to get the same results.

 Pumpkin is loaded with natural exfoliating acids vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin A, zinc, beta carotene, and antioxidants. The mask always brightens my face and calms my dreadful breakouts. (yup, almost 40 and I still break out, no fair)
Pumpkin Face Mask
•1/2 cup fresh pumpkin pulp or canned pureed pumpkin
•2 eggs
•2 teaspoons almond milk
•1 teaspoon honey
If you are starting with a real pumpkin, puree the pulp into a thick paste, then start mixing the rest of the ingredients in.
  If you are using the pulp from the can, just start mixing in the egg, stir in the almond milk and the honey.
Apply the mask, leaving it on for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with cool water.
~Enjoy your brighter skin~


Similar Posts


  1. Thanks so much for posting this. I feel like I need a lot more pampering now that I'm a mother, but these at home on the cheap solutions are perfect! I enjoy your blog so much every day, your home is just amazing. I'd love if you could check mine out sometime. : )

  2. Thank you for sharing this. I'd love to try it. I've never had a facial because of all my skin problems, but my mom treated herself to them often and loved them.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

  3. Thanks for sharing! One of my resolutions this year is to get down a better skin regimen and I prefer natural ingrediants when possible!

  4. I think I would have a hard time not Taking Swipes with my Finger and tasting it while it was on my face… 🙂 On the FRESH pumpkin does that have to be backed in the oven first to soften or do you puree it Raw..?? Oh on the Breaking out!!! Who ever said it was just during your Teenage Years… I break out MORE now than I ever did when I was a Teenager… 🙂

  5. That was supposed to be BAKED not BACKED… LOL!!! see I was so distracted by this DELICIOUS I mean calming face mask recipe… 🙂

  6. Wow, I missed your first post on egg whites. I love this kind of stuff. Don't know about pumpkin… I'm adverse to orange but the egg whites I could handle! Do you think my son would let me paint it on him too?? LOL

  7. I actually purchased that foundation after reading the December post. I love it. I need to try this mask… Thanks!

  8. Happy Birthday to your hubby, Kristin! I hope you all have a fun day of celebrating! A facial right now sounds so relaxing. I've got pumpkin on hand so will mix this up and treat myself tonight. Thanks for sharing this.

  9. OH YAY I love more skin tips!!! Keep 'em coming!!! I feel like I should pour this into a loaf pan and bake but okay, I'll do as you say and smather it all over my face!!! I trust you Kristin!

    Happy Birthday Mr. My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia!!

  10. What great timing because I was googling "natural" facial mask recipes earlier today! Looking forward to trying this.

  11. I am going to try this. I love the photos you posted with the recipe. Did you take them?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *