DIY Strawberry Yogurt Mask for Brighter Skin

DIY Strawberry and Yogurt Mask for Brightening Your Skin

How can I brighten my skin?

By using strawberries and yogurt. Continue reading to find out how!

Dull skin is one of the common skincare problems everyone encounters at some point. People who struggle to give radiance to their skins spend loads of cash to get the perfect skincare product that promises the coveted solution. Little did they know that they can find the answer they’re searching for in their pantry. For this particular recipe, take out your yogurt and strawberry, but not for dessert! We’ll be using these ingredients to craft a face mask that would surely give your skin that radiant glow! 

What You Need:

  • 2 ripe strawberries
  • 1 tsp yogurt
  • 1 tsp honey


  1. Crush the strawberries in a small mixing bowl using a fork.
  2. Add 1 teaspoon of honey in the bowl and stir the mixture thoroughly.
  3. Put 1 teaspoon of yogurt and mix well together with the honey and the strawberries.

How to Use:

Remove the excess dirt and makeup on your skin using an oil-free cleanser and warm water on your face and neck. After rinsing, your pores should be open, and that’s the perfect time to apply a generous amount of thick layer on your face. Let it dry for up to 15 minutes, and remove it gently with lukewarm water. Close your pores by wetting your face with cool water afterward, and use a soft towel to dry your skin.

What It Does:

Yogurt is rich in hydrating agents, which help moisturize your skin and bring out the natural glow in your face.

The strawberries’ acidic properties help eliminate sebum and dark spots on your skin.

Honey has exfoliating attributes, which is effective in removing dead skin cells on your face.

Indeed, you don’t need high-end products to enjoy the pleasure of having healthy skin; you can just create natural skincare products yourself! You can also check out our UBIIKA Beauty Glow Brightening Serum for glowing brighter skin. 

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