Get Buzzworthy Skin with these DIY Honey Spa Recipes

Dr. Angela Seabright
Ryan Miller

| 2 min read

The benefits of honey go well beyond its all-natural sweetening abilities.
It’s loaded with good-for-your-health antioxidants and is also surprisingly versatile as a skin treatment.
Raw honey can help heal wounds due to its antibacterial properties. It’s moisturizing and exfoliating for skin and can even be used to fade spots and soothe acne-prone skin.
If you’re ready to go all-natural with your skin care routine, try some of these amazing DIY recipes for a sweet at-home spa day.
Healthy fats in avocados are great for moisturizing your skin. This mask contains avocado, plain yogurt and honey to infuse your skin with natural goodness.
The key behind this affordable facial scrub is using raw honey, thanks to its antibacterial benefits. Besides being easier on the wallet, this all-natural, toxin free product can help with acne and smells delicious.
Are you feeling crafty or need to give a quick and easy gift? Here’s a fun spin on soap-making that incorporates the moisturizing and clarifying properties of honey into your bathing routine.
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