I love taking a bubble bath and applying a face mask while reading a book with a candle flickering. Man that is relaxation. There are a lot of things in your pantry or refrigerator for a one ingredient face mask. Also remember to feed your body healthy foods and drink a lot of water. I drink a ton of water plus I add Lime to help alkalize my system through out the day.
Honey Honey retains moister. In dryer climates this is a great "go to" item that is sitting in your cupboard. Grab a soft washcloth, get it nice and warm.. Add the honey onto the cloth, squeeze some honey onto the cloth and gently dab this on your face. Let this sit for a good twenty minutes then rinse with warm water.
Egg Whites are rich in minerals and vitamins and will help nourish the skin, you will feel a tightening sensation when applying the whites. You will want to place these in a bowl and whip them up. Use your fingertips to apply the whites onto your face. Let this sit for ten minutes, rinse with warm water.
Plain Yogurt Yogurt contains alpha-hydroxy acids, including lactic acid, which is known to reduce the appearance of fine wrinkles. It also has the important B-complex vitamins, including B-5, to help promote skin healing. Apply on face with your fingertips in a swirling motion and let sit for 20 minutes, rinse with warm water.
Apple Cider Vinegar is my all time favorite beauty item. This is an antiseptic that can ward of acne and help with any inflamed areas on the skin. It promotes blood circulation in the capillaries. Add two parts water to one part Apple Cider Vinegar. Use this as an astringent after you wash your face. Apply with a cotton ball. Use this at night and in the morning.
Avocado Hmm I love these, it is hard not to lick your finger while applying this. Avocados are rich in vitamins, A, C, E, iron, potassium, niacin thus helping to nourish your skin. Mash the avocado up and apply with your finger tips. Let sit on the face for twenty minutes. Rinse off with warm water.
Grapes Grapes contain antioxidants that can super charge your skin. These are called called polyphenols, which help fight the aging process.
Baking Soda This is found in every cupboard and has so many uses. You can use this to help exfoliate your skin. You also can simply make a paste up with a little warm water and apply this gently to your face with a wash cloth let sit for 3 minutes then rinse.
Also an easy peasy cheap astringent I use is Witch Hazel. I have been using it since I was 16 years old.