DIY All-Natural Facial Cleansers For Healthy Skin

By Somya Ojha

Cleansing is an essential step of skincare routine that should be done at least twice a day. This will ensure that your skin pores stay clean and clear, and prevent toxins and dirt from getting accumulated.

However, the way in which you clean your face and, especially, the type of cleanser you use on your skin can determine the overall impact of this essential step.

If you've ever visited a beauty store, you would know that there are countless facial cleansers available in the market. Some claim to target certain skin concerns, while others are made to suit the needs of different skin types.

DIY All-Natural Facial Cleansers For Healthy Skin

However, if you've ever read the label on these products, you'll realize that most of them are loaded with different types of chemicals. These questionable chemicals may give you temporary relief from skin problems, but they may also cause permanent damage to your skin.

Because of all these disadvantages of using over-the-counter cleansers, more and more people are making a switch to natural cleansers. First of all, natural cleansers are easy to make. Secondly, they don't really cost as much as the commercial products do. And, lastly, they can help your skin become healthier and prettier.

Take a break from the commercial beauty products and cleanse your face with the all-natural cleansers for getting the kind of skin you've always yearned for.

Read on to know more about the recipes here:


Honey + Vitamin E Oil

How To Use:

  • In a bowl, put ½ a teaspoon of honey, 2 teaspoons of rose water and oil extracted from a vitamin E capsule.
  • Mix the components with a spoon.
  • Make your face slightly wet before gently rubbing the material all over it.
  • Once done, cleanse it off with lukewarm water.
  • Use this homemade cleanser on a weekly basis to attain a youthful skin.

Yogurt + Coconut Oil

How To Use:

  • Blend ½ a teaspoon of coconut oil with 2 teaspoons of yogurt.
  • Gently rub it on your slightly wet skin.
  • Wash off the residue with tepid water.
  • Weekly usage of this cleanser can keep your pores clean.

Lemon Juice + Tomato Juice

How To Use:

  • Combine 1 teaspoon of tomato juice with ½ a teaspoon of lemon juice.
  • Slather the material on your slightly wet facial skin.
  • For a minute or so, massage it all over your skin.
  • Rinse it off with lukewarm water.
  • Repeat this process once a week for younger-looking skin.

Lavender Essential Oil + Olive Oil

How To Use:

  • Create a concoction of ½ a teaspoon of olive oil and 2 drops of lavender essential oil.
  • Make your facial skin slightly wet before smearing this cleanser all over it.
  • Use tepid water to rinse off the material from your skin.
  • Get blackhead-free skin by using this cleanser on a weekly basis.

Coconut Milk + Apple Cider Vinegar

How To Use:

  • Create a blend of 1 teaspoon of coconut milk and 3-4 drops of apple cider vinegar.
  • Slather the mix on your facial skin.
  • Rub for a little while before rinsing with tepid water.
  • Get clean and clear skin by using this natural cleanser on a weekly basis.

Almond Oil + Chamomile Tea

How To Use:

  • Merge ½ a teaspoon of almond oil with 1 teaspoon of cooled off chamomile tea.
  • Make your facial skin slightly wet with tepid water.
  • Smear this homemade cleanser all over it and rub it for a few minutes.
  • Use room temperature water to wash off the residue.
  • Try this cleanser to achieve soft and supple skin.

Rice Water + Glycerin

How To Use:

  • Simply mix 2 teaspoons of rice water with ½ a teaspoon of glycerin.
  • Rub it all over your face and neck.
  • Leave it off for another 2 minutes.
  • Wash away the residue with lukewarm water.
  • Help your skin rejuvenate by using this facial cleanser on a weekly basis.
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    Story first published: Wednesday, November 1, 2017, 19:00 [IST]
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