Easy Pumpkin Facial Mask Recipe

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I love facial masks and try to have a pampering session each week where I give myself a manicure, moisturize my hair and relax with a facial and an herbal tea. Sometimes I buy facials from the store and sometimes I make my own. This easy pumpkin facial mask recipe is perfect for the fall when pumpkins are readily available.

Easy pumpkin facial mask recipe


Easy Pumpkin Facial Mask Recipe

You can begin with a fresh pumpkin from the garden or farmer’s market if you want. If time is an issue, a can of cooked pumpkin will work just as well. Please make sure that it is NOT pumpkin pie filling. You need 100% pure pumpkin with no additives. Organic is always best to avoid pesticides and chemicals.


  • One tablespoon of cooked pumpkin
  • One teaspoon of raw honey
  • One teaspoon of apple cider vinegar


  • Mix everything together well.
  • Apply to a clean, dry face.
  • Leave it on for 10-15 minutes.
  • Wash off with warm water and a soft cloth.
  • Pat dry.
  • Moisturize as normal.

One of the reasons that this easy pumpkin facial mask recipe is a favorite is that pumpkin has so many beneficial qualities. Pumpkin is high in both Vitamins A and C which help soothe and soften your skin and prevent damage from free radicals. Pumpkin also has natural enzymes that help to soften and remove dead skin cells. You can certainly buy a face mask from the store that has pumpkin enzymes in it but this is much easier and less expensive.

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Easy pumpkin facial mask recipe


  1. Lisa from Life with Lisa says
    We did a facial mask  yesterday, will have to try this one next week. Thanks
  2. Crissy Beam says
    There are so many things I love about this mask! It only has 3 ingredients which makes it VERY likely to do on the whim. Can't wait to try it! Thanks for sharing this.
  3. What a great idea, thank you for the idea!!!
  4. Shelley Zurek says
    Can you actually use those little pumpkins or do you need to use the bigger ones?  Can you use canned pumpkin?  Thanks for sharing all the other bloggers with Fall articles as well. 
    • Ellen Christian says
      Hi Shelley - Mini pumpkins are edible so you can use the smaller ones or the larger. You can definitely use canned pumpkin if you prefer. Always glad to share!
  5. Rachel Ferrucci says
    My biggest problem with this is I'll want to eat it- LOL I can't wait to try it, so easy!!!

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