DIY Beauty: Honey & Egg White Mask


I was going to do a step-by-step picture guide on how I make and use this mask, but I haven't been able to get any sleep lately and I pretty much look like a dead cow - so that's not going to happen, lol. I haven't done much with this series, and I feel like I should start since right now my skin needs a little pick-me-up. Now some of you may have heard about the anti-aging benefits that egg whites are said to have - like helping to lift and firm the skin. Honestly, this doesn't work miracles - duh, but it does help give a temporary fix and I like using egg whites to sort of "perk up" my skin.

Always do a skin test before using any type of home remedy on your face. And remember that I'm no organic beauty guru - I have so much to learn and I'm just sharing with you what has worked for me. We all have different skin types and different needs. What I like most about home remedies is that we can always modify it to suit our liking.

what i do:
1: Separate the egg white into a small bowl.

2: Add about 1/2 or 1 TSP. of honey with the egg white and whisk lightly.

3: When the mixture is slightly foamy, apply a thin layer on your face.

4: Wait 10-15 minutes or until the mask has dried.

5: Rinse off and continue with your daily skin care routine.

I use this about 1-2 times a week depending on my skin.

1. Sometimes I use the egg white alone to dry out my pimples overnight.
2. You can also apply a thin layer under your eyes to slightly help with puffiness.

I hope you like this quick post everyone and do let me know if you have any questions. I'd be more than happy to answer them. Have a great week and thanks for reading! ♥


  1. Ahh!! I was about to do a similar DIY post on this!

    Great minds think alike, eh?

  2. - AtelierGal ;
    LOL, you're so quick love! Ohh, you should do your post too! I'd love to read about what you use honey for. <3

  3. I'll get to that review soon, but I have a few clogged up lol

    Worst, I'm using 3 new products at the same time which is a bad idea because you can't really tell which work the best when you review them separately.

    Sweet dreams

  4. wow thanks! I probably try it next time. Honey is always good for the skin =)

  5. I tried egg white but it doens't do much for my skin.. my skin is way more stubborn :( however i like the tight or lift it gives !!

  6. i always want to try this but too lazy to do so, LOL. will try it one day.

    i don't know the exact time of the meteor shower at here and i think i've missed it :(

  7. oh, thanks for advice... I'll def have a try...

  8. Sucks that I don't have honey in my house :(

  9. - Atelier Gal ;
    3 products at once? Ahh that's not good. I'd be so confused when it comes to writing the pros and cons, lol.

    - Jenna ;
    Yup, honey is always good! Let me know if it works for you!

    - Blovet ;
    Its not a miracle worker for me either, but it doesn't bother me since I only use it for the quick pick me up. Though it wonders for my friend, so it all depends. (:

  10. - Dina (XYYAN) ;
    Yeah, I was like that too, but once I got the hang of it, I wasn't lazy anymore. Yours should be a few hours ahead, but I don't know the time difference from here to Jakarta.

    - Allegra ;
    I hope it works well for you dear!

    - Anjalee ;
    Girl, what do you have? LOL.

  11. This sounds like a great receipe! But wayy too messy for clumsy ol' me.. hahaha I'm not meant to try DIY.. discovered that the hard way when I made a huge mess.. lol..

  12. good tip! thanks for sharing dee!

  13. - Luna ;
    I feel the same way at times! So I tend to stick with more simple recipes that don't require too much work, haha.

    - nee ;
    Welcome babe! Hope it works out for you!