Natural Facial Cleaners You Can Make at Home
Getting and maintaining flawless skin is a concern for many people. However, using store-bought facial cleansers is not always good for the skin. Store-bought facial cleansers can be too strong for sensitive skin, while other cleansers may have no effect at all on certain types of skin.
Natural facial cleansers offer individuals the chance to get the flawless skin they want without the risks associated with store-bought cleansers. Below are four types of natural facial cleansers that are affordable and great for the skin.
1. Castor oil and sunflower seed oil. Castor oil is great for the face because it has anti-inflammatory properties. Sunflower seed oil gets down into the pores of the face and draws out dirt. Individuals can use both of these oils together to create an all-natural facial cleanser.
2. Lavender oil, sandalwood oil, and sweet almond oil. Combining 0.25 cup of sweet almond oil with 9 drops of sandalwood and lavender oil creates a nice and natural facial cleanser. The sweet almond oil acts as carrier oil for the lavender and sandalwood. Individuals who use this cleanser simply dab it on the face and wash it off with cool water.
3. Aloe Vera cleanser. Aloe Vera is great for soothing the skin. A combination of 0.25 cup of Aloe Vera gel with 2 tablespoons of whole milk makes a perfect all-natural facial cleanser. This mixture can be rubbed on the face and gently washed off with cool water. This mixture must be stored in the refrigerator.
4. Sugar cleanser helps deeply exfoliate the skin while still being gentle. Combining a teaspoon of white or brown sugar with a teaspoon of liquid castile soap creates a gentle facial cleanser. This mixture can be gently rubbed on the face and washed off with cool water.
People who suffer from mild, moderate skin conditions can benefit greatly from trying all-natural cleansers. All natural cleansers are often more gentle on the skin, and very easy to make at home.
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