Some of the most popular facial scrubs cost a lot of money. It's all stuff you can get for pennies and most of it may already be in your kitchen. So why not make your own? Better yet, they take just minutes to make. Whether you're going for your face alone, or looking for a full body scrub, it's hard to beat a basic recipe for a sugar or salt scrub. This one can be whipped up in a matter of minutes, uses the most basic ingredients, and is a fantastic base for creating your own custom scrubs. It leaves your skin refreshed and does a wonderful job of removing dead skin cells, oils, and everything else that can dull your skin or clog your pores. It's also a very popular ingredient for homemade scrubs.
Subscribe to our newsletter. It brings new life to your face by rubbing away dead skin and cleansing your pores. But those microbeads in many of the big name cleansers are no good for your skin or the environment. The good news for you is that the natural alternatives are simpler, cheaper, healthier and… tastier? A DIY exfoliating spa treatment is only a few ingredients away and will leave your skin feeling cleaner and healthier than it ever would with microbeads. Papaya is full of Vitamin A which helps to remove dead skin cells, while the bromelain in pineapple helps to reduce inflammation. Use this one for a cooling, tropical weekly face treat. It stimulates your skin to get that collagen pumping while the retinol antioxidant will help treat discoloration.
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The ingredients are inexpensive and easy to find in fact, you probably have most of them in your kitchen already! Plus, homemade face scrubs are really hard to mess up! You can raid the cupboard and mix and match common kitchen ingredients for a customized face scrub much like we did with customized body scrubs. The goal with any facial exfoliant is to gently lift off dead skin cells without abrading healthy skin. If your face burns or is red, you are being too aggressive. Be patient and consistent in your skin care regimen to get the best long-term results. Play around and find your personal best recipe using some of the ideas below. Run the back of your hand across your cheek and see if it feels dry or a little scaly. Most people find that times a week is sufficient for exfoliation, but this will change with age, hormones, and seasons. Exfoliation is a key part of any facial routine; I recommend a gentle scrub times a week to help slough off dead skin cells and unclog pores.
With three simple ingredients you can make a scrub that's great for your skin and smells delicious. Photo by: Liz Gray. Mix until a grainy paste forms. You can add more sugar or oil depending on how thick you want it to be. This will make enough to fill a 2-cup Mason jar. I picked peppermint because it's cooling and refreshing. Depending on how strong the scent of the oil is, you might add a little more or less. To finish, tie twine around the rim and add a pretty piece of paper to create the perfect gift. Photo By: Liz Gray.