We go to stores and buy so many different face cleansers for our different skin needs. However, you can make amazing DIY all natural cleansers at home using whichever ingredients are available to you.
For example, an ingredient like honey has many useful properties for skin care, so why not try making a DIY honey face cleanser?
Ingredients which you find in your kitchen can have multiple benefits which you didn't even know about.
It's always good to incorporate these ingredients into our skin care regimes, so that we can avoid the adverse effects of harsh chemicals on our skin. So, knowledge about what ingredients to use for which skin problem is a must.
This DIY all natural honey face cleanser is gentle on all skin types and also cost-effective, as it is made using natural ingredients that you can find easily at home like honey, baking soda and lemon. And face washes and cleansers are universal products that all of us need in our lives.
So, the next time you're running low on face wash, try making your own with this amazing DIY honey face cleanser recipe. We promise you that this DIY all natural honey cleanser will leave your skin feeling and looking happy!
- Baking soda
Method & Application:
Add two tablespoons of honey into a bowl, or more according to your face structure. Take the amount you think is necessary to cover your entire face.
Squeeze the juice from a lemon into the bowl and mix it well. Add half to one teaspoon of baking soda, again according to how much you think your face would need.
There you are, your all natural honey face cleanser is ready to be used. Rub the honey cleanser all over your face using slow circular motions.
Be sure to never tug at the skin too hard. Gentle circular motions is the only way to go. Wash it off with water that is at room temperature.
Honey and lemon together is one of the best combinations for skin, as honey has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial qualities, which help break down the dead skin cells gently.
Lemon juice helps get rid of the daily damage caused by pollution and sun damage. It is one of the best natural bleaching agents.
Baking soda provides a sort of soapy base, so that the sticky residue from the honey does not remain once you wash it off.
Baking soda also has a lot of benefits in treating acne or pimples. Be sure not to use this more than twice a week, as it could dry the skin a lot if overused. Other than that, it is a gentle face cleanser that won't strip your face of its natural oils.
So, try this all natural face wash and flaunt that beautiful glow!