10 Face Packs For Summer: Glow Instantly

10 Face Packs For Summer: Glow Instantly

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Summers can be really harsh on your skin and may play havoc on your complexion and texture of your skin. The scorching heat can cause your skin to look dehydrated and dull. Effective face packs for summer will definitely help you to take good care of your skin and protect it from any kind of severe sun damage. Here are some effective homemade face packs for summer that are a good way to pamper your skin at home. They are easy-to-do, natural, and effective.

Face packs for summer that will keep you glowing skin in the scorching heat.

Mint Face Pack

The heatwave during the summer months steers us towards something cooling and refreshing. Some herbs like mint are preferred options to beat the heat around due to their natural cooling properties. The hot and humid weather tends to make our skin oily and dehydrated. It can also aggravate acne issues. Mint face packs are great for summer since they help you fight excessive oiliness due to the summer temperatures.


Grind a handful of mint leaves with rose water. Add some honey to this paste. Mix well and apply it all over your face and neck. Let it sit for 15-20 minutes. Rinse it off with water.

Rose Petal Face Pack

Rose petals have been used for centuries to brighten the skin tone and calm irritated skin. It has many antioxidants and has vitamins like Vit B and Vit C. When applied to the skin, these petals help calm redness and reduce puffiness. The rose petals have anti-aging properties due to high amounts of Vitamin C.


Pick out fresh rose petals and wash them thoroughly. Place them in a grinder and add some milk and make a paste. Add some aloe vera gel, rose water, and honey to this paste. Mix well and apply all over your face and neck. Wait for 15-20 minutes. Wash off with water.

Aloe Vera Face Pack

Aloe vera is almost like a savior from the harsh summer temperatures. Their cooling and soothing properties are of great use to heal any mild sunburn. They are loaded with vitamins and amino acids which make the skin plump and supple.


Mix 2 tbsp of aloe vera gel with 1 tsp of lemon juice, and 1 tbsp of honey. Apply all over your face and let it sit for 15 minutes. Wash off with water.

Coconut Water and Besan Face Pack

Coconut water is rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, and minerals like potassium, sodium, and magnesium. Make sure to include it in your diet. You can also use it for topical applications to bring a glow to your skin. It helps keep your skin fresh and youthful for a long time.


Mix 2 tbsp of coconut water with 2 tbsp of besan, and few drops of lemon juice.  Apply it over your skin. Let it sit for 15-20 minutes. Then wash it away.

Sandalwood Powder Face Pack

Sandalwood has anti-inflammatory properties and helps reduce redness and fight acne. It helps soothe and de-tan skin. Regularly using a homemade face pack made with sandalwood helps lighten skin and mild acne marks.


Mix 2 tbsp of sandalwood powder with 2 tbsp of milk and 1 tsp of rose water. Apply it all over your face and neck. Wait for 20 minutes. Wash off with water.

Watermelon and Honey Face Pack

Watermelon not only serves as a refreshing drink during summers but also acts as a savior for our skin. It has high water content and is loaded with Vit C, A, B6 as well as many antioxidants. Using it in a homemade face pack helps tighten pores and reduce suntan.


Mash ½ cup of ripe watermelon cubes. Add 1 tbsp of honey, 1tbsp of aloe vera, and few drops of lemon juice. Mix well and apply on your skin. Let it sit for 20 minutes. Then wash it off with water.

Oats and Cucumber Face Pack

Oats are not only healthy for breakfast but they also make for a great face pack. They are loaded in antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties. They not only cleanse but also gently exfoliate your skin and absorb excess oil. Cucumber has astringent properties that help tighten your pores. They have a cooling effect on the skin that helps soothe mild sunburn.


Grate 1 cucumber and strain its juice and keep aside.  Grind 5 tbsp of oats into a fine powder. Now mix the oats with the cucumber juice and 1 tbsp of lemon juice. Make a paste and apply it over your face and neck.  Let it sit for 20 minutes. Wash it away with water.

Multani Mitti and Milk Face Pack

Multani mitti (Fuller’s earth) is extremely popular in regular homemade face packs. It is high in magnesium and it helps calm skin and reduces redness. Since it helps remove excess dirt and oil, it can also help in managing acne. It can be used to reduce pigmentation and to remove suntan.


Mix 3 tbsp of multani mitti with 1 tbsp of sandalwood powder, 2 tbsp of rose water, and 3 tbsp of milk. Make a paste and apply it over your face and neck. Wait for 20 minutes. Wash it off with water.

Tomato and Besan Face Pack

Tomatoes are easily found in the kitchen and extremely beneficial not only for the body but also for the skin. It is high in Vit C and lycopene both of which help fight free radicals. Their regular application helps prevent aging and soothes sunburn. Their astringent properties help absorb excess oil and close open pores.


Grate one ripe tomato. Now add 1 tbsp on aloe vera pulp and 2 tbsp of besan (chickpea flour) and all three ingredients into a thick paste. Apply on your face. Wait for 15 minutes and wash off with water.

Strawberry and Honey Face Pack

Strawberries are chockfull of antioxidants and nutrients that keep the skin youthful and radiant. It is high in vitamin C that fights free radicals and improves complexion. The Alpha-hydroxy acids or AHAs in AHAs, present in strawberries help ward off or reverse signs of aging such as fine lines, age spots, etc.


Mash 3-4 ripe strawberries. Add 1 tbsp of honey and few drops of lemon in it. Mix well and apply evenly all over your face. Wait for 15 minutes. Wash off with water.

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The above face packs for summer will help you achieve and maintain beautiful glowing skin even in the scorching heat. Make sure to use sun protection before stepping outside. Also, having a nutritious diet is equally essential for good skin. If you combine a good diet with effective skincare, the summer season should be of much trouble to you.






Mona has been a part of the health and beauty-related industry for many years and loves writing on topics related to natural DIY, skincare, haircare, makeup, and fashion.