5 DIY Aloe Vera face packs for glowing skin in summers

These Aloe Vera face packs give a guaranteed glowing skin in summers. 

Aloe vera gel has become a favorite of many. It is loaded with goodness for our hair and skin. Summers are here and we are battling skin troubles. Acne, blemishes, dullness, or sunburn, these are all common features of summers. Aloe Vera face packs work great for all skin types.

aloe vera face packs for glowing skin
This summer say yes to home remedies and give your skin the goodness of natural ingredients.
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In this heat it’s a hassle to go to the parlor every week to get a facial done. And admit it, it breaks our heart to shell out so much money. Home remedies are a great way to give your skin all the pampering it needs, right at the comfort of your home.

Read on to find 5 easy aloe vera face packs for glowing skin in summers.

1. Aloe and Mango Face Pack

Cut a few pieces of mango, add to it 1- 2 tbsp aloe vera gel and 2 drops of lemon juice. Blend it to form a smooth paste. Apply on your face and neck, let it stay for 20 minutes and then rinse with cool water.

The pack will detoxify your skin leaving it soft and refreshed.

Suitable for – Normal and Combination skin

2. Aloe and Honey Face Pack

Honey is known to work wonders for your skin, and when it gets combined with the goodness of aloe vera, it becomes all the more beneficial.

Mix 2 tbsp aloe vera gel + 1 tbsp honey + a pinch of turmeric to form a smooth paste. Apply on your face, neck, and hands. Let it sit for 20 minutes before washing off with lukewarm water.

aloe vera and honey face pack
Both aloe vera and honey are loaded with benefits for your skin.
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Honey will hydrate you skin, turmeric has anti-bacterial properties, and aloe vera will deep cleanse your skin and give a natural glow.

Suitable for – Normal to Dry skin

3. Aloe and Oats Face Pack

Make a fine paste of 3 – 4 cucumber slices. Add to it 2 tbsp aloe vera gel and 2 tbsp oatmeal. Mix well.

Scrub it in circular motions on your face and neck for 2 – 5 minutes. Then let it stay for 15 minutes before washing off. It’ll remove dead skin cells leaving your skin refreshed and deeply cleansed.

Suitable for – All skin types

aloe vera scrub
Scrub off the dead skin to get a naturally glowing skin with this pack.
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4. Aloe and Papaya Face Pack

Mash a few pieces of papaya + 1 – 2 tbsp aloe vera gel + few drops of rose water to form a squishy paste. Massage in circular motion for 2 minutes and then, let it sit for 15 minutes. Wash off with cool water.

Papaya will help get rid of tanning and aloe vera will hydrate your skin.

Suitable for – All skin types

5. Aloe and Multani Mitti Face Pack

Cannot stress enough on the love of multani mitti! For oily skin, clay masks work the best, and multani mitti is very effective, especially in summers.

Mix 2 tbsp fuller’s earth (multani mitti) + 1 tbsp aloe vera gel + few drops of rose water to form a smooth paste. Apply all over your face for about 20 minutes. Wash off with cool water, and pat dry.

Suitable for – Oily skin

aloe vera and multani mitti face pack
Weekend pampering done right with these easy peasy face packs.
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Whether it is a DIY homemade face pack or a face pack that you purchased from your favorite brand, a patch test is highly recommended.

Hope these easy peasy Aloe Vera face packs help you beat the heat and give your skin that natural glow. If you try any of these, or have any other favorite aloe vera face pack, do share it in the comments section below.

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Kritika Manchanda is the author of a fiction novel – ‘December Breeze’ and a Features Writer at Let’s Expresso. In addition to being a lifestyle and travel blogger, she is an ardent reader and a crazy dog girl!
  1. Hi Tanya,

    Thank you for sharing these helpful tips using aloe vera to the skin. I want to try aloe vera and papaya and aloe vera and honey. Aside from these tips, aloe vera is also good for the hair. I just extract the gel of aloe vera and apply to my hair.

  2. Hey Tanya,

    I have oily ski, so I did try the Aloe and Multani Mitti. The mixture is soothing and it pampers my skin well. I’ve been using this DIY skincare recipe twice a week and I can feel that my face has been producing lesser oil. Thanks!

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