Turmeric Face Mask For Renewed Spring Skin

It’s time to show your beautiful face to the world again – no more hiding indoors wrapped in cuddlies! For spring skin that’s radiant and glowing with health, try this quick & easy Turmeric face mask. These 3 simple ingredients are all super skin beautifying tricks brought together to pamper your skin into the new season

Turmeric has been used a beauty treatment in Ayurveda since forever for brightening the complexion. It’s packed with antioxidants and powerful anti-inflammatory properties that are great for acne, and it can even help fade scars.

Avocado is brimming with vitamin E, skin’s best friend, and essential fatty acids. It will hydrate and nourish your skin with a numerous amazing nutrients that create a youthful glow.

Yoghurt is alive with cultures that will combat bad bacteria on your skin, as well as having an array of B vitamins, and is very cleansing and hydrating too.

Turmeric’s golden colour is divine but does have a tendency to stain, don’t worry though, it won’t stain your skin! Make sure you’re prepared by tying your hair back in a pony, using a hairband to keep stray hairs back, and wear something old you don’t mind getting some drips of turmeric on, like an old t-shirt.

You’ll need:

1/4 teaspoon organic turmeric powder
1 tablespoon avocado
1 teaspoon yoghurt (natural, unflavoured yoghurt)


• Mash 1/2 an avocado with a fork or blend it until it’s smooth
• Mix the tablespoon of avocado, 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder and 1 teaspoon yoghurt
• Spread it over you face and leave on for 10 minutes
• Rinse with cold water

A happy glowing skin and a radiant spirit is all you need to be your most beautiful!


  • Nobee
    Posted at 14:30h, 07 September Reply

    Still to try it

  • Noxolo Mthombeni
    Posted at 20:37h, 07 March Reply

    I will try to use this cause my face is combined and have dark spots

  • tessa
    Posted at 08:30h, 30 October Reply

    What can I use as an alternative to yogurt, I don’t eat any dairy so don’t want to put on my face. But I love the sound of the mask.

    • Kerry Haarhoff
      Posted at 10:48h, 15 October Reply

      Hey Tessa! You can use coconut yoghurt as an alternative to dairy yoghurt 🙂

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