4 Autumn-Inspired DIY Beauty Treatments

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Autumn is my favorite season for many reasons: the cool weather, the changing leaves, and of course all of the awesome fall fashion.

But the best thing about fall (in my opinion) is all the great seasonal food. From pumpkin pie to apple cider, autumn tastes delicious and smells even better. That’s why I found some inexpensive and all natural beauty treatments using some of this season’s best ingredients.

So put on your favorite cozy pj’s, munch on some candy corn, pop in a scary movie and check out these four beauty treatments inspired by autumn:

**DISCLAIMER: As with any DIY beauty recipe or new product, ALWAYS DO A PATCH TEST on an inconspicuous area before spreading across your entire face**

Pumpkin Face Mask


Who would have known that the same gourds we use to make jack-o’-lanterns are amazing for your skin?

Pumpkins are chock full of Vitamin A — which has skin healing properties — plus antioxidant Vitamin C and Zinc. This mask is great for all skin types and will give your face a healthy glow.


  • 1 tablespoon of canned pumpkin
  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  • 1/2 teaspoon of milk


  1. Combine all of the ingredients.
  2. Apply to a clean face in circular motions and make sure to avoid the eye area.
  3. Leave the mask on for 15- 20 minutes, then rinse it off with warm water.

Nutmeg & Cinnamon Face Mask

These yummy spices not only smell amazing, but are naturally good for your skin. Nutmeg has anti-inflammatory properties and can actually help to reduce pore size and diminish acne spots and scars. Cinnamon acts natural exfoliant and antiseptic. When these spices are combined with honey, it creates a skin healing mask.

A word of caution though: Nutmeg can be harsh on skin — especially sensitive skin — so be sure to try the mask out on a small patch of skin before applying it all over.


  • 1 tablespoon of honey
  • 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon of nutmeg


  1. Combine all of the ingredients.
  2. Apply to a clean face very gently in circular motions and be careful to avoid the eye area. Do not rub or scrub it in as it can easily cause irritation, especially if you have sensitive skin.
  3. Leave the mask on for up to 20 minutes, then rinse it off with warm water.

Sugar & Spice Body Scrub


Mmm, the ingredients in this scrub sound good enough to eat! However you won’t want to, because this scrub will leave your skin looking totally refreshed.

You already know how great cinnamon and pumpkin are for your skin, but when combined with brown sugar, a natural exfoliant, this scrub will leave your skin feeling smooth and refreshed.


  • 1/2 cup of canned pumpkin
  • 1/2 cup of brown sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon of ground cinnamon


  1. Combine all of the ingredients.
  2. Apply all over your body (concentrate on areas where your skin is driest), avoiding the face and scrub gently to exfoliate.
  3. Rinse off scrub with warm water and pat dry.

Cranberry Face Mask


Even though Thanksgiving is a little more than a month away, why not celebrate early with this lovely face mask?

Cranberries are naturally rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin K and plenty of other antioxidants, which will keep your skin looking healthy and even decrease dark circles. This power-packed berry also acts as a natural toner, and when combined with moisture-rich honey and yogurt, creates a soothing mask.


  • 6-7 crushed cranberries (fresh, not canned!)
  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  • 1 teaspoon of plain yogurt


  1. Combine all of the ingredients.
  2. Apply to a clean face in circular motions, avoiding the eye area.
  3. Leave the mask on for 15 minutes, then rinse it off gently with warm water.

Thoughts on these fall beauty diys?

Are you going to try out any of these beauty treatments? Which one is your favorite? What is your favorite part of autumn? Leave a comment and let me know your thoughts!

10 thoughts on “4 Autumn-Inspired DIY Beauty Treatments”

  1. Loved the pumpkin mask! It smelled so delicious and felt really cooling and refreshing on my skin. Washing it off was much easier than other masks I’ve previously used, and my skin looked very glow-y and felt soft after washing it completely off. Definitely recommend! It only takes 2 minutes to make!

  2. I tried the cinnamon and nutmeg face mask and loved i! I only left it on for about 5 minutes because it started itching once it was drying though. After rinsing, my face felt refreshed and looked/felt noticeably smoother.

  3. I used the cinnamon and nutmeg face mask. It smelled great and after my face felt really smooth. I have sensitive skin so I used 1/8 t of nutmeg and it did not bother my skin. Be careful though it drips. Thanks love it!

  4. that pumpkin one looks really yummy haha. one word of warning on honey… if you have bad pollen allergies, you might have some issues. i’ve used a honey face mask before and it made me break out in hives all over my face! so i guess the skin test should probably be used in all cases.

  5. mm..good idea, i will, but why should we avoid the eyes area? cause i have kind of seen a small “line” in one eye and i would like to know what to do about it! you guys are the best! thanks 🙂


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