Greek yogurt face mask recipes

Whether your skin is oily, dry, or even sensitive, yogurt always has a solution for you. Depending on the ingredients added to it, it can be used as an exfoliator, moisturizer, and much more. And by regular use of one of these simple Greek yogurt recipes, I will mention below, you will achieve the glowing skin you are looking for. But before we start, you should make sure to clean your face with mild soap and rinse with warm water.

Benefits of Greek yogurt recipes for your skin:

1. Repairs sun-damaged skin.

Years ago, when I used to go outdoors in the midday, my skin used to turn deep red. My mother always told me that I should use yogurt mask to cool down my skin. Since then I developed the habit of  applying it for 15-20 minutes then rinse with warm water, it has a cooling affect and helps reduces red blemishes.

Dr Oz suggests adding blue berries: ” Remove the damaged surface layers of your skin with a facial mask of yogurt and (approximately 12) blueberries. Mash together; apply to face and leave on for 15 minutes then rinse. Blueberries contain vitamin C and E to help heal skin, and the lactic acid in yogurt is an effective exfoliate.”

Read : How to Get Glowing Skin Using Lactic Acid Peel at Home

2. Yogurt Exfoliates your Skin.

Oatmeal, honey and yogurt face mask

Oatmeal, honey and yogurt face mask

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Oatmeal, Honey and Yogurt Face Mask Recipe:
Yogurt contains lactic acid that helps lightens the pores and softens the skin. Along with oatmeal and honey, yogurt makes a great natural exfoliator.
Best for: All skin types
Recipe type: Face Mask
  • 1 tablespoon of finely ground oatmeal
  • 1 tablespoon of Greek yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  1. Mix the ingredients
  2. Apply to clean face
  3. Leave on for 15-20 minutes
  4. Scrub gently and rinse with warm water.
Always moisturize your skin after exfoliation.

 3. Fade age spots on face.

Lactic acid , which is an alpha hydroxy acid, is also known to prevent premature aging such as fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots on face.

When asked: How can I fade age spots? Dr Oz answered:

“Eggplant can help fade age spots. Make a face mask by blending 1 cup of eggplant, skin on, with a half-cup of yogurt. Apply to your face for at least 20 minutes. You should look for results to show up in about 10 days.Age spots – or sunspots – are pockets of melanin caused by sun damage. There are many ways to treat age spots on face, but one great at-home remedy is plain Greek yogurt face mask. Apply it directly on to the spots then let it dry for about 15 to 20 minutes. The lactic acid in the yogurt helps lighten the spots. Repeat this every three days until the spots have noticeably faded.”

One of the easiest Greek yogurt recipes for fighting age spots on face is:

Honey and Greek Yogurt Face Mask Recipe:


Honey and yogurt face mask

Honey and yogurt face mask


I use this one, it exfoliates my skin and reduces the appearance of age spots.


  • 3 table spoons of Greek yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon of honey

Directions: mix ingredients and apply on face, leave it on for 20-30 minutes then rinse with warm water.

For a simple and cost-effective way to smooth out wrinkles, you can use banana, honey and yogurt face mask:


Banana, honey and yogurt face mask recipe.


  • 1/4 a banana
  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  • 1/4 cup Greek yogurt


Mash 1/4 banana and combine with a teaspoon of honey and 1/4 cup of yogurt. Spread over face and let sit for 15 minutes. Rinse with cold water and gently pat dry.


4. Ideal for acne-prone skin.

The probiotics in yogurt (live active cultures) treat eczema, and since it is rich in zinc, it is ideal for acne- prone skin.

Lemon and yogurt face mask recipe for acne-prone skin:

Yogurt and lemon face mask

Yogurt and lemon face mask


  • 3 table spoons of Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 teaspoon of fresh lemon juice.


Mix ingredients, apply on your face, leave it on for 15 minutes then rinse with warm water. Yogurt along with lemon juice removes the excess oil on your face, and opens the pores.

These are only few examples of Greek yogurt recipes that you can easily make at home.Do you know other yogurt face mask recipes? Tell us about it in the comments.
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35 Responses to DIY Beautifying Greek Yogurt Recipes for Glowing Skin

  1. Allison says:

    Love these masks. I’m going to try the Greek yogurt suggestion to see if it will help fade my hyper pigmentation & sun damage. Should I do it once every 3 days, or for 3 days in a row? Sorry, justvwasn’t sure I read it right lol. Thanks!
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    • Hi Allison,
      There are no rules when using homemade masks, you may repeat this every three days until the spots have noticeably faded.But you can use it more frequently (3-4 times a week) if you have oily skin, and less frequently ( 1-2 times) if you have sensitive skin.It all depends on your skin type.

  2. deep singh says:

    Hi Dima,

    I like your article how we secure our skin .I think it is really helpful for our skin and make young skin for me.

    Thanks for share with me this useful article!!

  3. Wow! Had no idea that yogurt could be soo good for skin. Liked the part about using it for a sunburn, that is great tip!

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    • Dima Al Mahsiri says:

      Welcome to my blog.
      One of my best sources is Dr Oz official website, you can find natural remedies not only for your face, but also for your whole body.

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  12. Amar says:

    A face mask should be added to your skin care routine. A great face mask will help add hydrate dry skin or remove excess oil from your skin. There are many options of face masks you can purchase, or you can make your own from items in your pantry.
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  13. […] is essential to remove all the dead cells that accumulate on the surface of your skin, using yogurt face mask does not only exfoliate your skin, but also it can be used for acne-prone skin and fading age […]

  14. Michelle S says:

    Can’t wait to try this. I was recently diagnosed with perioral dermatitis, any suggestions? My face is extremely sensitive to most treatments, I found a blog that said yogurt masks were very effective. Thanks for posting..

  15. hira khan says:

    My skin is really oily and too much sensitive. I love to exfoliate my skin that’s why I am crazy to do so much experiment with new products. I will try oatmeal and honey, yogurt Exfoliator it sounds good. I will try it today. Thanks for sharing.
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  16. Hello Hira,

    Yogurt is a great exfoliator, but remember to moisturize after exfoliating since exfoliating removes the outer skin layer that protects the underneath layers.
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  17. mira hanafi says:

    Hi, thanks for the information. Btw can I use low-fat yogurt?

    • Dima Al Mahsiri says:

      You are welcome!
      Experts recommend using full fat yogurt, since the active ingredients for your skin are in the fat found in yogurt.

  18. hira khan says:

    Greek yogurt is always my first choice for healthy snack. I want to share my personal mask which I used to get soft skin. Take Greek yogurt, papaya and banana. mix them all and apply on your face. I hope you like it.
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  19. Some really nice suggestions Dima. I knew yoghurt had some good qualities but I didn’t know it could be used to treat so many different skin types. I’ve heard of the oatmeal, honey and yoghurt face mask before. I think it is quite a popular and you are right in saying that it helps cooling down your skin. I think it is great buying products that work for your skin but sometimes just using what you have lying around the house and making your own masks can be more beneficial. You can pamper and look after yourself in the comfort of your home.

    • Thanks, Caroline, glad you liked it!
      You are right about using homemade masks for pampering yourself. I am very picky when it comes to over the counter beauty products, unless I am sure that it is 100% natural.

  20. Poonpo says:

    yogurt is my favorite and love to have it in different ways :)
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  21. Prerna says:

    I always look for home treatments for any kind of skin issues. Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful recipes. I am going to try acne one very soon.
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