Six DIY Skin Care Recipes

January 11, 2018
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Skin care treatments can be extremely expensive. From going to a spa to simply buying products from your local drug store, you can easily break the bank with the amount of money that you can spend on skin care. While we think having products to take care of your skin should be at the top of the list, we don’t exactly agree on how much money these things can cost! This is why we are bringing you these six skin care recipes that you can make on your own. They are a fraction of the price and can easily work the same as those expensive brands. Make a batch for yourself and your friends because these make a great holiday gift for the gals.

Green Tea Exfoliator

It’s time to pamper yourself with an exfoliator that is made from green tea, sugar, olive oil, and raw honey. With all of these natural ingredients, it’s no wonder why this is so good for your skin. Loaded with antioxidants, this recipe will help fight off acne and make your skin as smooth as a baby’s bottom. Get the full recipe at Live Simply.

Turmeric Clay Face Mask

With ingredients made from ginger and carrots, this recipe is rich in vitamins that are great for your skin. Wake up to a smoother and fresher face in no time with this clay mask that is sure to be a part of your new daily routine. Get the full recipe at Soap Queen.

Rose Clay Face Mask

This clay mask is all about luxury and is a gorgeous DIY gift to make for your friends. Rich in Vitamins A and C, this mask moisturizes your skin and even acts as an anti-inflammatory for those puffy days. Get the full recipe at Soap Queen.

Homemade Sugar Scrub

This sugar scrub is so easy to make and absolutely adorable when colored and packaged to your liking. Made with sugar, coconut oil, lavender and lemon essential oils, and food coloring (if desired), you will soon have a scrub that will take you to the spa in your own home. Get the full recipe at One Little Project.

Oatmeal Milk Bath

If dry skin is one of your problems, then whipping up this oatmeal milk bath recipe can be your answer to soft and hydrated skin. The oatmeal in the bath will nourish and moisturize your skin while the milk will soothe it out. Add this recipe to your routine to enjoy a spa-like experience. Get the full recipe at The Idea Room.

All-Natural Clarifying and Toning Foaming Face Wash

This foaming cleanser recipe is gentle on your skin but fights off the dirt and grime that lead to breakouts. Adding this cleanser to your daily routine can be your savior to get the clean, soft, and acne-free face that everyone desires. Get the full recipe at Body Unburdened.

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