7 DIY Food Masks That Really Work

Megan Segura

Power outages are still affecting many on the east coast, but even the average American’s fridge likely contains some food that’s in danger of going bad. For those wondering what to do with food that could go bad—or vegetables that really aren’t your favorite, let’s be honest—we’d like to offer a slew of masks you can make using left-overs straight from the fridge.

Whether your issue is acne, wrinkles or dull skin, there’s a recipe perfect for you. Why shop for expensive beauty treatments when you can just shop your fridge?