DIY Face Mask: Pumpkin Spice Latte

Indulge in an invigorating facial with ingredients from your favorite fall latte.
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Pumpkin Spice Latte Face Mask

This sweet autumn scrub is perfect for an at-home spa day.

You Will Need

1/2 cup brown sugar / 3 tablespoons honey / 1 tablespoon pumpkin puree / 1 tablespoon ground coffee / 1 teaspoon cinnamon / small bowl / spoon or a small spatula

Step 1: Mix the Dry Ingredients

Mix the cinnamon, brown sugar and coffee grounds in a small bowl.

Step 2: Add the Pumpkin

Slowly blend the tablespoon of pumpkin into the mixture.

Step 3: Add the Honey

Adding the honey and pumpkin last will ensure there aren’t clumps of dry ingredients.

Step 4: Stir

Blend the ingredients until the cinnamon, coffee and brown sugar have all made contact with the pumpkin and honey.

Step 5: The Spoon Test

For a spa-day style mask, your mask should hold up on a spoon. Tip: For a quick, exfoliating scrub that you can use daily, add an extra tablespoon of pumpkin puree and replace the teaspoon of cinnamon with a half a teaspoon of yogurt (dry skin) or apple cider vinegar (oily skin).

Step 6: Apply Mask

Use the back of a spoon or a small spatula to apply a thin layer of the mask to your face. Wait 10–20 minutes or until the mask starts to dry–you’ll feel it tighten.

Step 7: Rinse

Splash water onto face, gently exfoliating as you rinse. Wipe off any remaining mask residue with a warm, damp cloth.

Step 8: Store Leftovers

If you have mask leftover, cover and refrigerate. Use within a week.

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