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5 Best DIY Korean Face Masks For Glass-Like Finish!

Well, if there is any community that started the whole face mask thingy in the beauty market, it’s undoubtedly the Koreans! There’s no one who does better face masks than a Korean face mask. Initially, Korean skincare seemed like an overrated concept to many people; however, after it started showing great results, it turned out to be a FAB concept. Korean skincare and Korean beauty face mask products are a blend of modern and traditional techniques. In fact, if you do a deep search on K-beauty, you’ll know that even their beauty tips for face involve a lot of elements that resonate with various traditional techniques that are practiced in the Korean region from ancient times.

For Korean beauty, it’s all about taking good care of your face that will actually give you luminous, smooth, and hydrated skin, i.e. a glass-like finish. Though there are many K-beauty brands that are making great face masks, if you want to try DIY Korean face mask and anti-pollution face mask, you’ve landed at the right place! 

Check out the 5 best Korean face mask you can easily make at home:

Flour face mask

Removes dead skin, lightens the skin. 


  • Flour
  • Milk
  • Honey


  • Take a container, add a little flour, and then add milk.
  • Keep adding milk until it forms a thick paste.
  • Add honey to the mixture.
  • Run it over your face and keep it for 15 minutes.
  • Rinse off with regular water. 

Gelatin and milk face mask

Removes blackheads, dirt and dead skin.


  • Unflavored gelatin powder
  • Milk
  • Tea tree oil (optional)
  • Honey


  • Take a microwave-safe bowl, add unflavored gelatin powder.
  • Add milk to the powder and mix it all. 
  • You can add few drops of tea tree oil for more skincare benefits.
  • Add honey to the gelatin & milk mixture.
  • Heat the mixture in the microwave for 10 seconds.
  • Take out the bowl, dip your fingers in the gelatin mixture and coat it on your face.
  • Leave the mask on for 30 minutes or till it completely dries out.
  • Slowly, pull the mask off, and it will take out all dirt, blackheads and dead skin with it. 
  • Rinse your face with regular water.

Yoghurt and oatmeal face mask

Brightens skin, treats acne.


  • Yoghurt
  • Oatmeal
  • Honey


  • Take a bowl, add yoghurt, oatmeal and honey.
  • Mix the mixture properly.
  • Lather it all over your face.
  • Keep it for 15-20 minutes and rinse off with regular water. 

Coffee face mask

Exfoliates the skin, provides skin nourishment.


  • Coffee grounds
  • Coconut oil


  • Take a bowl, add coffee grounds and coconut oil.
  • Make sure that coffee grounds don’t get completely dissolves in coconut oil.
  • Apply on your face and keep it for 15-20 minutes.
  • Rinse off with regular water. 

Aloe & matcha face mask

Aids in fighting inflammation and acne.


  • Fresh aloe or aloe vera gel
  • Matcha green tea powder
  • Ground cinnamon powder
  • Hot water


  • Take a bowl and squeeze out aloe vera extract from the leaf. (You can also use aloe vera gel)
  • Add matcha green tea powder, ground cinnamon powder into the mixture.
  • Add hot water and mix it all together.
  • Apply all over your face and keep it for 15 minutes.
  • Rinse off with regular water.

TIP: After rinsing off the face mask, moisturize your skin with a light moisturizer, followed by sunscreen. 

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