DIY Acne Fighting Foam Face Mask/Scrub


I am back again with another DIY face mask/scrub! This mask has ingredients that not only fight acne but fades acne scars and helps renew the skin.

I have used this mask a few times now and every time I wash it off my skin feels incredibly fresh and looks more radiant/glowing.

This DIY can be used as a mask or a scrub and works great either way. Once the mask is on you may feel a tingling sensation due to the ingredients but if it is causing too much discomfort take it off immediately (especially if you have sensitive skin).  I tend to wear the mask for just 5-10 minutes, due to its intensity on my skin.

The only ingredients you will need are:

  • Baking Powder
  • Cinnamon
  • Natural Lemon Juice

Step One

Pour half a tea spoon of baking powder into a bowl- Baking powder is great for fighting acne, redness and scars. It can also act as an exfoliator and is great for removing dead skin cells.


Step Two

Add a pinch of cinnamon to the baking powder- Cinnamon plumps and exfoliates the skin. This is what makes the mask tingle, which is why you should only use a small amount to prevent any discomfort.


Step 3

Pour the lemon juice into the mixture until it starts to form a foamy consistency. Lemon juice is fab at fighting acne, fading scars and can help even out uneven skin tones.


It is important to make sure you are not allergic to any products before using them, I love using this mask and find it genuinely makes my skin look great. However different skin treatments work for different skin types and it’s all about trying different treatments until you find what works.

Thanks For Reading, I hope you enjoyed!

Lots Of Love

Lottie x

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