Get Nourished recipes: Easy DIY face masks from your pantry

This week on Get Nourished, Luke Hines and Zoe Bingley-Pullin are taking a trip to the pantry for easy DIY face masks anyone can make at home.

Food isn’t just for eating and feeling good, it can also help you look your best. 

Paired with the healing properties of honey, hydrate your skin with Zoe’s avocado face mask that’s rich in antioxidants to help reduce inflammation and redness on the skin. 

Luke’s coconut citrus scrub is packed with lemon, a good source of vitamin C, antioxidants, and a brightening agent for your skin. Combined with coconut sugar, this two-in-one face mask can help cleanse and exfoliate dead skin cells. 

Try these easy-to-recreate homemade DIY masks by Luke Hines and Zoe Bingley-Pullin, as seen on Get Nourished on The House of Wellness TV show.

Luke Hines’ Coconut Citrus Scrub


Zest of one lime

Zest of one lemon

2 cups coconut sugar

1/2 cup softened (not liquid) coconut oil

2-3 drops lemon essential oil


Step 1. 

Get started by rubbing and massaging the zests into the sugar using your fingers. This will release all of the lovely oils. 

Step 2.

Add in the coconut oil and lemon essential oil before stirring well to combine. 

Step 3.

Store in an airtight container, and when ready to use, apply a small amount to your skin to exfoliate and cleanse. 

Zoe Bingley-Pullin’s Avocado Mask


1 avocado, pip and skin removed 

1/4 cup Greek yoghurt 

1 tbsp raw honey


Step 1.

Thoroughly blitz the avocado, yoghurt and honey together in a blender to make the mask.

Step 2.

Gently massage the mask onto your face and leave it on for 10 to 20 minutes.