This super simple, must-try beauty mask is beyond indulgent - Halle Berry is a fan!

December 01, 2020 2 min read

A little self-care goes a long way, especially this time of year.

How much would you love an easy-to-make DIY face mask that not just produces beautiful results, but also comes with its own celebrity following? When it comes to moisturizing face masks, I’ve tried pretty much every product I’ve been able to get my hands on, but nothing beats this simple yet indulgent recipe!

It takes 5 years off my face and leaves my skin supple, glowing, and so soft. Here is how you can do the super easy mask yourself:


  • 1 egg white (preferably organic), beaten
  • 1-2 teaspoons of honey
  • 2 teaspoons of Greek yogurt


  • Fold the honey and Greek yogurt into the beaten egg white.
  • Using a brush, apply to your clean face, including your neck.
  • Leave on for about 20 minutes while you relax 🤩
  • Rinse and follow with your regular moisturizer.        

What makes this utterly simple recipe so beneficial? 

Egg white helps to tighten the skin and reduce the size of pores. Due to an enzyme that is said to kill acne-causing bacteria it is believed to help prevent breakouts.

Greek yogurt contains lactic acid which gently exfoliates your skin, reducing the signs of aging and leaving you with softer, brighter skin.

Honey is one of nature’s most revered skin remedies. Its antibacterial and antiseptic abilities may benefit oily and acne-prone skin. Honey is also a natural humectant, attracting water from the air to your skin, and helping to keep skin moisturized but not oily.

I’ve loved this mask since the first time I tried it, but how surprised was I to find out that this simple recipe is a celebrity favorite! As Renee Cherry wrote for Shape Magazine, Halle Berry swears by a very similar mask recipe!

Halle Berry Face Mask

Now that your skin is all glowing how about pampering yourself even more, with one of our soft silk face masks. Click here to see all the pretty prints and colors they come in!

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P.S.: In the video, you might have noticed me putting the egg yolk aside. I love mixing it in with a tablespoon of honey and my favorite store-bought hair mask for an extra-indulgent hair treatment!

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