Winter Care: 6 Natural Face Packs for Natural Glow

In Winter you need extra care for skin, so try out Winter care natural face packs to make skin supple, glow.

This season brings several changes in our lives, from cold breezes to steamy foods and from furry clothes to the snowy festivity. Something unwanted also associated with winter is skin and hair problems.

Change in temperature and cold winds result in dry, rough, and patchy skin all over. Factors like diet change, consuming lesser liquids, and use of heaters, etc., add to skin damage in the cold weather. Now, if you’re also a victim of this irritating change, then you’re at the right place. Treatment for winter skin conditions and the key to a rejuvenated skin is hidden right in your home.

Read below and find out some of the best Winter care Natural Face Packs with ingredients found right in your kitchen. These organic and affordable face packs are sure to bring the charm and life back into your face.

1. Honey Face Mask

winter care: Honey face natural pack


  • 1 Spoon Of Honey
  • Rosewater
  • Lemon Juice

One of the best natural ingredients for your body is honey, and it works wonders on your internals as well as your facial skin. A honey face pack made with honey’s moisturizing properties and freshness of rose and lemon is sure to give your face a fresh look.

First of all, take a teaspoon of honey and mix it with a spoon of rosewater and lemon juice, and then after mixing it well, apply the paste evenly on your face and neck with a light massage. Keep this mask on for about 10 to 15 minutes. Then gently wash it with water and see the difference. Honey is a natural antibacterial and antifungal ingredient that will also clean your skin of any impurities.

To acquire the best results, use this face pack two to three times a week. You can also take honey with warm water for overall health benefits.

2. Aloe Vera Gel

winter care: Aloe vera Natural face pack

Aloe Vera can be rightly said to be magical as this works wonders for hair fall, marks, pimples, and skin patches. Aloe Vera Gel pack is easy, convenient, quick, and much affordable. All you need to do is take an Aloe Vera leaf, preferably a fresh and thick leaf, for more gel. Then cut through the middle of the leaf and extract the natural gel from it with the help of a knife.

Store it in a container, and you can mix it with glycerin or any natural fragrance and then massage with it on your skin thoroughly. Let it stay overnight, and wash your face in the morning to witness healthy skin and a smooth surface.

Apply this face pack every other day to get rid of marks, pimples, whiteheads, roughness, and dead skin.

3. Coffee Pack

winter care : coffee natural face pack


  • Crushed Coffee Beans,
  • Cocoa,
  • Base of Honey,
  • Milk for paste.

Coffee or, to say accurately, caffeine is just not great for keeping you on the move but also removing those dark circles you got from sacrificing your beauty sleep.  A caffeine mask is prepared by mixing the coffee powder with cocoa, which works as an active ingredient, and then mixing them with a paste of honey and milk.

This pack shows superb effects as active caffeine is superb for reigniting your skin’s healing and rejuvenating properties. And then moisture from milk and multiple benefits of honey will give your face a wholesome experience.

Use this mask twice a week to see how marks and rough patches fade away during the time.

4. Coconut Oil

We encounter the problem of dry skin, particularly in winter, because constant exposure to dry air, artificial heat, and lack of water consumption result in lowering of fatty tissues on your skin, which contain fat, oil, and moisture for your skin. The best way to restore these tissues is a deep massage from a natural oil like Coconut. Take one to two tablespoons of warm coconut oil and massage thoroughly on a clean face for about five to ten minutes.

Let it stay overnight so your skin can restore and consume moisture from it, and you will see superb results within a week of usage. You can also use coconut massage for your hair too, to get rid of dandruff and hair fall.

5. Papaya Fruit Pack

winter care: papaya natural face pack


  • Fresh Mashed Papaya,
  • Raw Milk,
  • Rosewater.

Papaya is a fruit great for digestion, but it has great hidden benefits for your health, blood, and skin. Papaya contains papain, an enzyme that is known to remove impurities and dead cells of your skin. Thus a Papaya face mask would get you a rejuvenated look and a face which fresh and soft baby skin.

All you need to do is mix mashed papaya with half a small cup of raw milk and add some sugar if you want for stability. Then evenly apply this face pack on your face and neck and let it stay until it dries. Afterward, you can wash it with regular water and feel a cleansed face and clear pores.

It is recommended to use this face pack every other day in the form of a thick paste.

6. Glycerin

Glycerin appears to be a panacea for any kind of skin problem. Glycerin is an essential part of many face packs like sugar or cucumber, banana, baking soda, and others. So it is not hidden that glycerin is great for deep nourishment. You can easily use a thick layer of glycerin on your dry skin and rough areas, and after a gentle massage, let it stay there for an hour or two. You’ll start seeing fantastic results and moisturized skin with regular use.

Try out These winter care natural Face packs, I am sure you will feel difference in your skin.

November 30, 2021

10 Replies to “Winter Care: 6 Natural Face Packs for Natural Glow”

  1. Pooja Mahimkar says: January 22, 2022 at 11:02 pm

    I love natural home made facepacks, I honestly believe the work wonders. I use aloe vera gel often and absolutely love it

  2. Annie Arora says: December 6, 2021 at 12:03 pm

    These are some really useful masks. Thanks for sharing this information

  3. Bedabrata Chakraborty says: December 5, 2021 at 11:39 pm

    Thank you for your wonderful tips. These are most timely and will surely try these out.

  4. MeenalSonal Mathur says: December 5, 2021 at 11:04 pm

    Taking skin care during winters is certainly a task and hour list is very doable to maintain healthy skin.

  5. Monidipa Dutta says: December 5, 2021 at 9:30 pm

    I have used honey, coffee and lakhera for face mask and yes I agree they are incredibly good. Remaining I haven’t yet but as per recommendation, I’ll try it out too..

  6. Rahul Prabhakar says: December 5, 2021 at 1:48 pm

    In winters my skin becomes very dry and itchy, so I usually go for the honey face pack (even you have suggested the same in this post). It keeps the natural glow of my face in tact and makes my skin feel moist as well.

  7. Ishieta says: December 4, 2021 at 5:52 pm

    This is a helpful post. Definitely going into winter, dry skin and overall skin care has become a focus, and using natural ingredients is such a good idea. I am going to try these out instead of the store bought creams this year, for a longer lasting effect and i wont have to worry about the ingredients which i really prefer.

  8. Cindy D'Silva says: December 4, 2021 at 2:11 am

    Wow these are some awesome tips for the skin. I have tried aloe vera only from the list above. Should try papaya. Intriguing!

  9. Anjali Tripathi says: December 3, 2021 at 10:08 am

    These are some great winter face packs to follow to keep our skin moisturised. A coffee face pack and aloe vera face pack are my favourites. My mother used to use glycerine when I was a kid; thanks for reminding me; I’ll try to incorporate it back into my face care routine.

  10. Ujjwal Mishra says: December 2, 2021 at 8:52 am

    Very useful indeed. All the ingredients are easily available at home.
    For extreme dry skin you can try putting few drops of vitamin E in coconut oil or glycerin helps a lot.

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