How to Make a Honey Cinnamon Face Mask and 5 Benefits

These two ingredients go as well together in a honey cinnamon face mask as they do when included in some delicious desserts. Mix the two of them together in order to create a simple and effective skin treatment. Not really sure how to make this mask? Guest blogger Jordan will guide you through a few recipes, but not before she enlists the reasons why you should try this face mask in the first place.

5 Benefits of a Honey Cinnamon Face Mask

#1 Fights Fine Lines

Cinnamon is a fantastic anti-fine line agent. It contains compounds which promote circulation and bring more blood toward your skin, nourishing and plumping it. By doing so, the fine lines will start to fade away. For more on anti-aging check out these great smoothie recipes to keep your skin looking young. 

#2 Anti-Acne

Both honey and cinnamon are antibacterial, managing to combat the bacteria that causes acne bursts. Honey is particularly effective against the swollen, red pimples since its properties are greater. Moreover, cinnamon perfectly completes the picture curtsy of its excellent treatment of acne scars.

#3 Exfoliation

Honey contains glycolic acid and several other types of organic acids with unique properties. They ‘eat away’ at dead cells, promoting exfoliation without your usual scrubbing process. This way, you will rejuvenate your skin in a rub-free manner.

#4 Moisturizing

Honey is also really moisturizing. It acts by absorbing water from the environment and locking it underneath your skin. This is why you often see honey as a primary ingredient in various dry skin treatments.

#5 Eczema

A blend of honey and cinnamon applied to patches of skin affected by eczema could help you relieve some of the irritation and itchiness experienced due to this ailment.

How To Make a Honey Cinnamon Face Mask. You only need 2 simple kitchen ingredients. A perfect at home remedy to treat different skin problems like acne or wrinkles. Tutorial on The Makeup Dummy blog.

Honey and Cinnamon Face Mask Recipes

Patch test first: before you apply any of these masks on your face, try it on a small piece of skin first. Let it sit following the instructions and rinse off. This way you can check if you’re sensitive or allergic to any of the ingredients in this face mask. 


Mix 1 teaspoon of cinnamon with 2 tablespoons of honey in a small bowl until the cinnamon blends thoroughly into the honey. Apply the mixture to your face using your hands until you get an even coverage for your face. Leave the mask on your face for 10-15 minutes and then rinse off with lukewarm water.

Cinnamon can irritate the skin if your skin is sensitive or if you use it too often, so don’t repeat this process more than twice a week. Rinse immediately if irritation occurs and stop using this face mask.

Nutmeg Variant

For a stronger face mask, add one teaspoon of nutmeg to a mixture of 2 tablespoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon. Stir everything until you get an even paste and then spread on your face. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes and then rinse off with warm water.

This mixture is excellent for soothing burns, redness, swollen places, and acne scars.

Wrapping Up

In conclusion, that was why you should consider integrating a honey cinnamon face mask in your beauty routine. You can use their properties to soothe a number of conditions and to make your skin truly glow. Two ingredients, a great number of benefits.

This guest post was written by Jordan. Jordan is a writer for Beautifully Alive. She loves eating healthy and trying new recipes.The self-proclaimed Zumba Queen has a passion for beauty products and loves reading new books. She’s always down for a DIY project!

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