Facial Scrub

Face-Scrub-440x278_1Brighten up your complexion in an instant with this skincare treat. If you have not being including a facial scrub in your weekly routine, then you’ve been missing out!

Technically known as exfoliation, it’s a simple method that whisks away dead cells from the surface of your skin, revealing the plumper younger ones underneath. It also encourage the speed up of cell production, which means that cells that reach the surface are younger and better looking skin. The result is clearer, smooth soft skin, no matter what your age or skin type is.

You all know I always bring you recipes that are simple to make, affordable and that does work. These are recipes of scrub have tried, still using and sharing with you guys, hope you find them useful.

Gentle face scrub
3 tbsps. Of grounded oatmeal
2 tbsps. organic honey
1 tbsp. of almond oil/olive oil
Mix all together, apply to damp face and massage gently into skin in a circular motion, avoiding the delicate area of the skin around the eye.
Rinse off scrub thoroughly and gently pat dry with a soft towel.

Sugar scrub
3 tbsps. Of brown sugar
1 tsp. of lemon juice
1 tsp. of honey
Mix together and gently massage into damp face in a circular motion and wash thoroughly, then pat dry.

Exfoliating scrub
4 tbsps. of baking soda/bicarbonate of soda
1 tbsp. organic honey
1 tsp. of lemon juice
1 tsp. of olive/almond oil (optional)
Mix and massage in to damp skin in a circular motion for few minutes and wash off thoroughly.

Cornmeal scrub
4 tbsps. Of cornmeal
1 tsp. of organic honey
1 tbsp. of organic plain yoghurt
Mix and apply to damp face massaging in circular motion for few minutes. Wash off thoroughly with warm water.

Facial scrub tips
Use an exfoliator on dry or normal skin once or twice a week, oily or combination skin can be exfoliated every other day. As a rule this treatment should not be used on sensitive skin or if you have very bad acne but the gentle face scrub can be used once a week as it help clear pores ,gentle and soothes sensitive or problematic skin.

Facial scrub should be applied on already cleansed face which is still damp.

Massage scrub in circular motion gently; do not rub harshly and not more than thrice a week.

Oils/carrier oils can be added to scrub for dry skin, or when your skin feels tight/dry especially during the winter/harmattan season.

Instead of using a facial scrub, gently massage your skin with a soft flannel, facial brush or an old clean shaving brush and facial wash.

If you don’t care for your skin, who will?
Stay beautiful in and out.

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Posted on March 24, 2014, in Skin care and Beauty tips and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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