Best Home Ingredients to Make a Face Mask

Best Home Ingredients to Make a Face Mask

How to Customize Face Masks to Sell

Selling Customized Face Masks

So you’re sitting at home, doing your daily skincare routine, and you realize how frustrating it can be to find a face mask that works best for you. Depending on the person, the essentials needed to maintain healthy skin can be pretty different. From a business standpoint, this can be a perfect opportunity to develop a catalog of face masks that cater to specific skin types. The best part is, you can create your DIY face masks right from your house to sell to consumers. Check out our top three list of face mask products suitable for specific skin types.


Customizing Face Masks for Dry Skin Types

For those who have dry skin, you want to create a replenishing product that provides proper hydration. There are several methods to make your face mask that works. Using only household products, here’s one skincare remedy that’s certainly worth a try.


  • Avocado (½)
  • Olive oil (1 tsp)
  • Aloe Vera (1 tsp)
Using just these three ingredients, you can mix it up to create a face mask that enhances dry skin with vitamins and moisture. Since the process of making the mask is quick and easy to do, you can easily create a lot more face masks to sell at once. Before you sell, I would suggest testing it out for yourself or handing out free samples to potential customers. This small open fill bag is perfect for storing samples. The bag is in a trendy color bottle design that can be heat sealed to avoid any mask from spilling out. To learn more about this dry skin face mask, visit this blog.


Customizing Face Masks for Oily Skin Types

There’s a DIY face mask for skin types of the complete opposite end of the spectrum as well. This next ingredient list for a homemade face mask I found is even simpler (if that’s possible) and convenient.


  • Avocado (½)
  • Oats (½ cup)
Only 2 ingredients are necessary! For every half of an avocado you use to make a dry skin face mask, use the other half to make this. The oats in this recipe are perfect because it works as an absorber to reduce the amount of oil on the face, while the avocado will add in essential vitamins. To learn more about this mask, check out this blog. To package your ingredients, you might like these food-safe bags. The double-sided colors will protect your products from sun radiation.


Customizing Face Masks for Acne Prone Skin

Nobody likes having a face full of acne. That’s why selling your acne face mask that works would be extremely beneficial to your business and your customers. So, we have another two-ingredient mask for you to try.


  • Coconut oil (1 tsp)
  • Baking Soda (1 tsp)
This face mask can be so effective with such a small amount of products needed because the baking soda is great for regulating the skin’s pH levels, thus helping to fight acne. If you wanted to make the face mask in a bulk amount, add on to the amount of coconut oil and baking soda at a proportionate level. To learn more about preparing this acne face mask visit this blog.


Final Thoughts

Keep in mind that you should always consult with your doctor or dermatologist before testing any new skincare regimen. Skin types can vary and may be subject to an allergic reaction. Before using these face masks, test it out on a small patch of your skin first as a reaction test.

Now that you are an expert on making home face masks, you can use your knowledge to start up your own skincare business. If you like our recommended flat bottle shaped bag for dry skin mask storage, check out our other blog on how to fill flat open top bags vs. how to fill bottle bags.

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