Homemade scrubs for gorgeous skin. Cleansing Cream and Sugar Scrub-Splash a little lukewarm water on your face and use a soft and clean cloth to gently scrub it. You may also use some facial soap, whichever you prefer or is best for your skin.Banana scrub-Take two ripe bananas, mash and add ground sugar. For hydration and moisture, add one tablespoon of honey. Gently massage this mildly fragrant pulp on your face for five minutes, then wash it off with cool water.Green tea-Green tea is said to have anti-aging effects when applied to the skin. It reduces wrinkles and blemishes, and even repair scar tissue. For best results, use loose green tea and a tea ball or strainer, rather than using a bag of green tea. If you’re using bagged green tea, go with plain tea, rather than flavored. This will give you a more concentrated result.Curd and papaya scrub-Mix half-a-cup of ripe mashed papaya with two tablespoons of hung curd, three drops of lemon juice and one tablespoon of honey. Massage this homemade facial scrub into your skin using gentle circular motions. Leave it on for five minutes and then rinse thoroughly with cool water.
Ground oats and tomato scrubground oats and powdered sugar-Slice large red and ripe tomatoes. Dip two large thick slices of tomatoes into the ground oats and sugar mixture. Now rub your skin gently with this using circular motions. Once your entire face and neck are scrubbed, take some more tomato slices and let it sit on your face for a while. Tomatoes have natural bleaching agents and the oats soothe your skin.Coconut Oil, Sugar and Lemon Scrub-If you don’t have coconut oil, use olive oil, almond oil, or grapeseed oil. Peanut oil, canola oil, and vegetable oil should be avoided, since these have a strong smell that may take away from the experience of giving yourself a facial. Keep stirring sugar into the mixture until it has a gritty, spreadable consistency. This will increase the cleansing properties of the scrub.
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