Skincare and Face Cleaning is currently a priority for many women. The face is the first thing we notice when we look at someone and keeping him careful says a lot about anyone.
When it specifically comes to your skin care, in addition to the unhealthy ingredients, many products are put onto the market without proper testing.
When we do not treat our skin properly, the various factors such as climate change, sun exposure and dirt from the environment greatly influence our face.
In addition, if we do not maintain the skin with enough nutrient and properties, this forms wrinkles and signs of premature aging.
There’s a way to separate yourself from these health risks and to eliminate skin blemishes concurrently: making your own facial scrub.
Coconut Oil for the Skin
Coconut oil helps increase hydration and reduces water loss in dry skin. Massaging coconut oil into your cuticles and the skin around it will bring some moisture to an over-looked part of the body. Coconut oil has naturally anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and moisturising properties, which help clean your skin. The oil will moisturize the skin and won’t make them feel like sandpaper as many other products do.
Baking Soda for the Skin
The mild exfoliating property of baking soda makes it a wonder ingredient to help banish acne and pimples from your skin. It is safe to be used on the face as well after it is diluted with water. Baking soda helps dry out the pimple and its anti-bacterial property helps prevent further breakouts on your skin. Your skin will feel very soft after rubbing this scrub on your face. Since baking soda too soothes sunburns, these facial cleanser is a good choice for those who burn easily.
DIY Coconut Oil and Baking Soda Facial Scrub
You probably have this elements in your kitchen already. You just did not realize how beneficial they’re for your skin.
- 1/2 cup coconut oil
- 1/2 cup baking soda
How To Apply:
- Mix 1 tablespoon coconut oil with 1 tablespoon baking soda to form a paste.
- Apply directly to your skin focusing on areas where blackheads are more common nose, chin.
- Rub gently with your fingers in a circular motion for 5-10 minutes.
- Wash the mask off with cold water and pat your face dry with a clean towel.