Marigold Flower Face Pack Recipe With Benefits

marigold flower

Marigold Flower Face Pack Recipe With Benefits – Marigold flowers have bloomed in my balcony this winter season. They look so beautiful and vibrant, reminds me so much of summer though. 🙂

So, i thought of making use of these flowers for my skincare recipes as they are soothing, hydrating and nourishing for the skin. Find more benefits below.

You can use fresh flower paste or dried and ground powders to make these face packs.

Marigold Flower Skin Test/Patch Test Recommended.

Flower face packs with Jasmine, hibiscus, rose, chamomile and calendula have been used in skincare for centauries.

In the coming weeks, I will be discussing the benefits of these beautiful flowers, their benefits and simple recipes that you can include in your skincare routine for naturally glowing youthful skin.

Today, Let us see how you can make use of marigold flowers. Read on to know more.

Marigold flower

Marigold Flower Benefits For Skin

Contains the antioxidant, Vitamin A

Anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and antiseptic

Encourages blood flow and thus, oxygen and nutrients to the skin

Speeds up healing and repair of the skin cells

Boosts collagen production which means, plump skin

Good for delaying the signs of ageing like fine lines, spots and wrinkles

Hydrates the skin and treats dry patches

Soothes sun burn, itching

Calms irritations, allergy, rashes and redness

Reduces damage from UV rays, Oxidative stress and environmental pollution

Treats and prevents acne

Marigold Flower Face Pack For Skin Whitening

  • Marigold flower paste – 2 Tablespoon
  • Rice flour – 2 Teaspoons
  • Ripe papaya paste – 1 Tablespoon
  • Yogurt – As needed to make a smooth paste

How To Use

Make a paste combining all of the above ingredients.

Apply a thick layer and leave it on for 30 minutes.

Wash off the pack and moisturise afterwards.

How Often To Use

This marigold face pack can be used daily at night time.

Continue until you see desired results and then use it 3 times a week.


If you can get pesticide free bananas, you can use the really ripe ones instead of papaya here. Both of these fruits help nourish and brighten your skin.

For dry skin, use milk and honey instead of yogurt. You can also add a few drops of olive oil in case you have dry patches/mature skin.

Sandalwood can also be used instead of rice flour but it is super costly like, 50gm for 900 bucks as of nov’21.

Marigold Flower Face Pack For Acne Scars

  • Marigold flower paste – 2 Tablespoon
  • Sandalwood powder or Neem powder – 2 Teaspoon
  • Wild turmeric powder – A pinch
  • Rose water or Aloe vera gel – To make a paste

How Often To Use

Marigold and honey face pack can be used daily at any time of the day.

Similar to the other face packs, leave the face pack for at least 20 minutes and rinse off.


To make this more budget friendly, Go for red sandalwood powder or licorice powder.

They are equally good and work on fading blemishes.

You may add 1/2 tablespoon of lemon juice to this face pack but use this only 3 times a week at night time only.

Also, Aloe vera gel would be a better choice for acne prone skin.

Marigold Flower Face Pack For Instant Glow

  • Marigold flower paste – 2 Tablespoon
  • Gram flour(Besan) – 1 Tablespoon
  • Honey – 1 Teaspoon
  • Curd – To make a paste

How To Use And How Often

Use this face pack 3 times a week for best results.

Apply a thick layer and leave it on for about 20 minutes.


You can use milk instead of curd and rice flour instead of gram flour, The results would still be the same.

Marigold Face Pack For Dry Skin | Mature Skin | Sensitive Skin

  • Marigold Flower paste – 2 Tablespoon
  • Ground Oats/Oatmeal – 1 Tablespoon
  • Raw honey – 1 Teaspoon
  • Rose water or Green tea – Enough to make a smooth paste

This antiaging face pack is so nourishing, soothing and hydrating that it will leave your skin soft and smooth.

Green tea would be a better choice than rose water as it is anti-inflammatory and also, packed with antioxidants.

This face pack will calm any inflammation, redness, swelling and itching.

How To Use And How Often

You can use this everyday or 4 times a week for best results.


Most of the recipes that i have provided are of daily use face packs. Keep using these consistently to get results.

These are some of the best all natural recipes and they do take some time to work when compared to OTC creams and products.

You can use AHA based products, Vitamin C serum and Sunscreen in your skincare routine to speed up the whole process.

Please give these flower face mask recipes a try and do let me know the results.

Trust me, they work effectively.

Finally, Reached Till Here?? 🙂

Thanks for reading and sticking by with me.



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