Egg White Face Mask for Radiant Skin

Egg White Face Mask for Radiant Skin

This egg white face mask will offer you great results and is also very simple to make.

Your main ingredient in this face mask – in fact the only one – is an egg… :)

It makes it so simple right? Well this easy to prepare face mask will give you a lovely radiant glow, by also nourishing your skin tissue.

How To Make The Face Mask

Egg white alone possesses enough benefits to satisfy your skin`s needs. Check out my article on 6 Effective Skin Care Face Masks with Egg White” to find out more about this wonderful ingredient.
You can apply this face mask daily (morning or evening), depending on your preference.

Before you get everything ready for using your egg, I want to share with you my own way of making this face mask. I try not to waste any of my ingredients, especially if it is something useful like : the egg yolk.

I always adapt any ingredient to my own type of hair and skin. So I always end up by using also the egg yolk to treat my hair at the same time.

If you would like to do the same, here are some suggestions to suit every type of skin. I hope you will be able to pick something that works best for you:

  • for normal skin – egg yolk + the juice from a grated carrot or even just grated carrot + a bit of milk
  • for dry skin – egg yolk + 1/2 mashed avocado
  • for oily skin (it also suits acne skin) – egg yolk + 1 TSP lemon juice + 1 TSP honey
  • for sensitive skin – egg yolk + plain organic yogurt (you can also add some honey if you want)

Keep any of these egg yolk face masks on your face for about 15-20 minutes.

Ingredients required

You will need:

  • 1 egg white


  1. Separate the whites from the yolk and beat it well with a fork or by using a blender (it will end up looking like foam).
  2. Apply it on your freshly cleansed skin and leave it to work for 15 minutes.
  3. When you feel your skin tightening up, gently remove the egg white, with a cloth soaked in warm water.

The result will pleasantly surprise you as your skin will radiate with freshness!



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  • Hannah

    I’ve been trying to use more natural ingredients on my skin and I’m in love with eggs. I’m working on a big blog post on how to replace your chemicals with natural products and your website is very helpful! I’m def going to link this to my post. Thanks!

  • Sal

    Thanks for the tips- been searching for ages for ways to improve my skin easily affordable and without chemicals!

  • Shi Lucy

    I really love this new mask! But can the egg whites be stored in a refrigerator rather than be used fresh because I don’t want to waste the egg after one use

  • georgicoslenco

    Hi Shi Lucy,

    Thank you for your message.

    I never tried storing it. Each time I was left with some, I would make another mask. For example if I just use the egg white for a face mask, instead of throwing the egg yolk away, I would just make a hair mask. :)

    Someone else asked me about storing them ..I don’t really know what to say as I never did that. But the way I see it is that by storing them, the properties of ingredients can change and you don’t get the same benefits when you use them in a mask..

    Maybe you should try storing them in the refrigerator instead of the fridge..I suppose it might work better.
    But I would recommend choosing a natural way to defrost – and by that I mean to just wait around for the egg white to naturally defrost without placing it in the microwave.. :)

    Hope this helps.