You are here

Tomato-Infused Beauty Products and DIY Recipes

Aveda Tourmaline Charged Radiance Masque

1 of 10

All photos

Had a long night and need to look doe-eyed for a presentation tomorrow? Aveda's Tourmaline Charged Radiance Masque ($35; aveda.com) smooths and refines facial skin for an instant glow. Avocado oil hydrates, tourmaline energizes, and lycopene—our tomato superstar—locks in benefits and protects skin from future damage. And since this product doesn't have any scent, it's great for those with sensitive complexions who still want a skin refresh. (Don't forget to try these 20 Vegan Products to Soothe Sensitive Skin.)

Photo: Aveda

Ella Bache Tomato Micellar Water Makeup Remover

2 of 10

All photos

Don't get lazy when it comes to taking off your makeup—your clear skin in the a.m. will be thankful. But instead of hauling yourself over to the sink (hard work, we know), swipe several cotton pads saturated with this cleansing water ($21; amazon.com) to remove grime and makeup. Lycopene and probiotics (also found in another kitchen beauty staple of ours, Greek yogurt) work to ward off any current or future zits.

Photo: Ebay

G.M. Collin Derm Renewal Gel Cream

3 of 10

All photos

Oily skin needs hydration and cellular turnover just as much as dry skin does—it's the type of formulation that makes a difference. AHAs—alpha hydroxy acids—are natural (albeit harsh) exfoliating compounds, but when wrapped in this luxurious gel cream ($56; skin1.com), the acids won't cause any painful stinging or burning side effects. Perfect as a post-summer treat, apply the glycolic and lactic acid-laced cream that's chock full of peptides atop a night serum before you hit the sack. (Or you can Make-Your-Own Products for Summer Beauty Bummers.)

Photo: Skin1

Osmia Organics Luz Enzyme Facial Soap

4 of 10

All photos

If you're a bar kind of girl, look to this facial soap ($24; osmiaorganics.com). Used just once daily, it helps soften skin with camellia seed oil, while tomato and pumpkin help gently exfoliate any dead skin cells. Make sure to stow properly to avoid getting the bar germy too quickly.

Photo: Osmia Organics

Sunday Riley Start Over Active Eye Cream

5 of 10

All photos

Look like you got a solid eight hours (even if you only got five-and-a-half) by starting your skincare routine with Sunday Riley Start Over Active Eye Cream ($85; sephora.com). The formula repairs, protects, and nourishes the delicate eye area while reducing puffiness, erasing dark circles, and building up collagen. Licorice helps reduce under-eye bags; tomato protects against free radical damage. (Eyes still swollen? Here, 8 Beauty Solutions for Puffy Eyes.)

Photo: Sunday Riley

DIY Tomato and Honey Brightening Mask

6 of 10

All photos

Summer's surf, sand, and sun can make skin dull and lifeless. This DIY tomato and honey mask gives you an otherworldly glow: Honey helps fade spots by locking its moisturizing properties into your skin, while the tomato's free-radical fighting antioxidants protect your pretty face from any further damage.

Photo: Corbis Images

Yes to Tomatoes Detoxifying Charcoal Mud Mask

7 of 10

All photos

This 96 percent natural mud mask ($16; yestocarrots.com) is formulated with charcoal and salicylic acid to help rid skin of impurities and reduce pimple size, fast. Other organic ingredients: aloe, watermelon, pumpkin, and chamomile. Sounds like you're at the juice bar, right? Not. Too. Bad.

Photo: Yes to Carrots

Eminence Organic Clear Skin Willow Bark Exfoliating Peel

8 of 10

All photos

Formulated for acne-prone skin, this deep-cleansing and clarifying solution ($79; eminenceorganics.com in September) reduces the appearance of acne scars. Biosulphur and tomato extract simultaneously work together for clearer pores, while willow bark calms. Pore size is visibly reduced to promote a clear, smooth, and revitalized complexion.

Photo: Eminence Organics

DIY Tomato Facial Scrub

9 of 10

All photos

Au naturale is always a good thing, and this tomato facial scrub is as real as it gets. By sprinkling some sugar over a halved tomato then swiping across your face, you'll provide your skin with vitamins, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatories. One or two passes across your face, max, though—otherwise you'll wind up with skin a bit more torn up than you would have hoped for.

Photo: Hello Natural

Sugar and Tomato Body Scrub

10 of 10

All photos

Don't let your face have all the tomato fun! This DIY tomato and sugar scrub uses the exfoliating benefits of tomato and sugar, but also provides skin with a healthy dose of hydration thanks to the coconut oil base. Add in whichever essential oils are to your liking—a citrus base works well here.

Photo: Aavy Naturalista

Comments

Add a comment