Looking for tested and trusted, simple exfoliating face scrubs? Try these 5, Simple Exfoliating Face Scrub and your skin will thank you later.
Like I always say, to look good isn’t expensive. So you don’t have to break the bank to look good. Great news! The ingredients you need to make your face scrub is right there in your kitchen.
Using a face scrub can leave your skin looking brighter and feeling smoother. It also helps to get rid of dead cells on the surface of the skin, blackheads, wrinkle and acne, so If you have a dull, dry skin or an oily complexion, face scrub can improve that area of your skin.
The goal of making your face scrubs at home is to have a smooth, healthy skin and to save money (that’s important).
So, for you to get the desired result – Know how to exfoliate your face the right way and be consistent with your routine; two or three times a week or when you feel it’s time to exfoliate. Moisturise the skin to keep it nourished and hydrated.
Below are 5, simple exfoliating face scrub to try at home. The ingredients you need can be found in your home and aren’t expensive. I found the recipes easy to make. I thought I’d share with you so that you can try to find the one that works best for your skin.
5 Simple Exfoliating Face Scrubs
Tomatoes awakens dull skin, reduce pores and blackheads.
All you need is a tomato, that’s right. Cut into half and use it to scrub your face. Leave for 15 minutes, and then rinse with warm water.
2. Honey and Brown sugar
Honey has natural healing properties and when mixed with sugar can be used to exfoliate the skin.
- Honey (1 tablespoon)
- Sugar (1 tablespoon)
Mix the ingredients in a bowl. Rub the mixture on your face and neck for one minute and rinse off with warm water. Pat dry and then apply your moisturiser.
3. Olive oil, Lemon and Sugar
Olive oil, as well as lemon, are antioxidants that will help exfoliate the skin to clear up skin issues such as blackheads and acne.
- Olive oil (1 tablespoon)
- Brown sugar (2 tablespoons)
- Lemon Juice (1 tablespoon)
Mix the ingredients in a bowl. In a circular motion, rub the mixture on your face and neck for one minute and rinse off with warm water. Pat dry and then apply your moisturiser.
The reason for rinsing off after one minute is due to the high acidity in lemon which can cause skin irritation, so this method should be used in moderation.
4. Oat flour, Milk and Cinnamon
Oat is known to be good for the skin because it has antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that can help with skin issues. You can make your oat flour using a blender or food processor. For a simple guide on how to make your oat flour, check out my active kitchen.
- Oat flour (1 tablespoon)
- Milk (2 tablespoons)
- Cinnamon (½ teaspoon)
Mix the ingredients. Gently apply on your face, leave on the skin for 15-20 minutes or until it gets dry and then rinse with warm water. Pat dry and then apply your moisturiser.
5. Coconut Oil and Brown Sugar
Coconut oil is beneficial for the skin because of its health-promoting properties.
- Sugar (1 tablespoon)
- Coconut oil (1 tablespoon)
Mix in a small bowl. Apply gently on your face and neck in a circular motion for one minute. Then rinse with warm water and apply your moisturiser.
What say you?
Do you have a personalised homemade face scrub? Or are you looking forward to trying these exfoliating face scrubs? I’d love to know.
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