10+ Ways to Get Glowing Skin Using One, Golden Ingredient

Original Blog Posted by BeautyAtTheLake

The nectar of gods, they say. Honey is an ancient remedy.

Honey can aid in treating so many skin problems such as acne, scars, pigmentation, dark spots, wrinkles, and dry skin.

In this blog, we’ll talk about: 

  • the benefits of using honey in your skincare regime
  • what type of honey to use (and where to get it!)
  • the best honey masks for all types of skin
  • a few overnight beauty uses
  • (plus a bonus recipe for a milk and honey floral soak)
Beauty at the Lake Honeycomb


Honey … Fights Acne

Since honey is antiseptic, it acts as a cleansing agent and absorbs impurities from the clogged pores. Honey’s antibacterial properties soothe and heal inflammation and swelling around the affected areas.

Honey … Lightens the Dark Areas

Honey gets rid of dark spots, circles, pigmentation, and acne scars! Mix it with olive oil, and it can help you diminish scars and any residual acne.

Honey … Treats Wrinkles

Honey smooths and hydrates skin with its humectant properties. The extra moisture or nourishment provided to your skin can help remove wrinkles! This paired with antioxidants slow the aging process of your skin.

Honey … Softens and Treats the Dry Skin

Honey can intensely moisturize your skin and lips combined with other ingredients like yogurt.

Honey … Lightens and Whitens Your Skin

Since honey defends your skin from germs and cleanses your clogged pores, it lightens and brightens the skin, leaving it glowing and flawless.

Beauty at the Lake Honey


Always choose raw and organic honey which has not been chemically processed.

This ensures that your honey isn’t stripped of all the nutrients that are responsible to enhance the beauty. Raw, organic honey can be found at most grocery stores, farmers’ markets, co-ops, and local boutiques.


Turmeric and Honey Face Mask:

  • Ingredients:
  • 2 tablespoons of honey
  • ½ tablespoon of turmeric powder
  • Process: 
  1. Mix the two ingredients well. 
  2. Wash your face with tepid water to open up pores and pat dry.
  3. Apply the mix to your face and leave it on for at least 20 minutes.
  4. Wash your face with tepid water and then with cool water.

Cinnamon and Honey face masks for acne:

  • Ingredients:
  • 2 tablespoons of honey
  • 1 tablespoon organic cinnamon powder
  • Process:
  1. Mix the ingredients and apply the mix either on acne affected area or acne scars. 
  2. Leave it on for 15-20 minutes until it dries and then rinse off.

Aloe vera and Honey Face Mask for Glow:

  • Ingredients:
  • 1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel
  • 2 teaspoons of raw honey
  • Process:
  1. Mix the aloe vera and honey in a bowl.
  2. Wash your face with tepid water to open up pores and pat dry.
  3. Apply the mix to your face and leave it on for at least 20 minutes.
  4. Wash your face with tepid water and then with cool water.

Check out these Laurel Products that use honey to give you your best skin: Take me to Them



Exfoliate your lips and apply a thin layer of raw honey before going to bed. Wake up to soft, smooth lips!


Apply raw honey to the affected area and cover it with a bandage. Leave it overnight and rinse with water the next morning.


Get rid of split ends overnight by using honey mixed with olive oil. Apply it just to the ends of your hair to moisturize and treat the dry ends.


Mix honey with chamomile tea, spray the mixture on your hair and use a shower cap to cover your hair. Let sit overnight.


Apply a thin layer of raw, organic honey on the scar. Leave it on overnight.


Mix honey with lemon juice. Apply to affected areas at bedtime.


Turn to honey. 

OPTION 1: Add two cups of honey to a running bath, soak for 15 minutes and then add a cup of Arm & Hammer Baking Soda for your final 15 minutes to help rid your body of dead skin cells without irritation.

OPTION 2: Check out this A Life Adjacent Blog for a beautiful DIY Milk and Honey Floral Bath Soak Recipe: https://alifeadjacent.com/diy-milk-and-honey-floral-bath-soak/

OK, sweetness, that’s all we have (for now).

Buzz you later,

Beauty at the Lake

P.S. Some skin types can be allergic to honey or honey face masks. So, it’s always recommended to do a patch test before trying out any honey face mask.

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