Autumn Facial Recipe

Autumn Facial Recipe

Our Autumn Facial is part of the Harvest Ritual, which celebrates fall. Your skin continues to change and shift with the seasons. Now that the weather is chilly, your skin will need an extra dose of moisture. The dry-cool autumn air can dehydrate skin, which is why this autumn facial is essential. Many people begin their primary moisturizing regimen in the winter as they notice their skin drying. You want to get on top of that and moisturize before your skin becomes dull and dehydrated.

DIY Face Masks in use

To give your face a much-needed moisture boost, try this facial treatment. It's designed to soothe, brighten, and rebalances, thanks to the raw honey and unnatural pumpkin pulp. Both are filled with naturally occurring skin-loving nutrients.

Pumpkin contains enzymes that aid with cell turnover.

Enjoy an antioxidant infusion as you cleanse, nourish, and exfoliate. This mask treatment ultimately brightens and smooths the skin. Raw pumpkin also contains vital vitamins, such as Vitamin E, A, and C, that give back to your skin to replenish what it loses throughout the day.

Harvest Mask, open, with spoon full of mask on plate with pumpkin and pumpkin seeds

How to mix your Autumn Facial:

  • Mix equal parts of Harvest Mask and Raw Autumn Honey.
  • Remember that a little goes a long way, but you want a nice even layer on your skin.
  • Apply to skin and allow to dry completely (about 15 minutes).
  • Gently remove with warm water, pat dry.
  • Finish with your favorite moisturizer.
Autumn facial mix made of equal parts of harvest mask and raw autumn honey on white background
Autumn harvest ritual with raw ingredients and autumn wheat

Want complete body treatment?

Start with a dry brushing session, and follow the protocol enclosed within. Grab a Harvest Butter, Harvest Scrub, Harvest Soy Candle, and bask in your best harvest glory.

If you decide to make the harvest face treatment, take a selfie and share your photo with us using #beeinspired on Instagram. We love seeing your photos!