Do-It-Yourself face cleanser ideas
Easy to do and make these face cleansers are good for skin
Amidst the dust, pollution, and harmful sun rays, it is our skin that bears the most of the brunt. While we keep a track of washing our face at regular intervals, it is also important that we use natural products to cleanse our face rather than using marketed chemical products.
By using and choosing ingredients from your pantry to use on the face for cleansing you also, know exactly what you are putting on the skin. While there is no miracle that will work for everyone, one has to take into consideration the age, skin type, and season that the skin needs.
Coconut Oil Face Cleanser
A natural form of oil can eliminate any dirt that appears on the face by the end of the day. Thanks to its combination of natural fats including linoleic acid, which helps fight acne, and lauric acid are hydrating and antimicrobial, is useful in treating the skin. It is also an effective moisturizer. Gently massage a few drops of coconut oil onto your face for about 30 seconds and then dab a warm towel onto your face to open up your pores.
Apple Cider Vinegar
The malic acid in this is similar to alpha-hydroxy acid that exfoliates the skin and promotes cell turnover. It also helps restore the skin’s pH levels and helps clear out clogged pores and acne. But remember to dilute it and never apply it directly to the skin. Mix one part apple cider vinegar with two parts of water, and shake well before applying. Once it dries, wash your face and then apply your moisturizer.
Honey and Lemon
Honey and lemon are natural moisturizers and antiseptic that cleans the face naturally. Honey is antibacterial, full of antioxidants, prevents acne, and slows down the aging process. And lemon due to its vitamin C content is a great antioxidant, antimicrobial, and has astringent properties. Mix one tablespoon of honey with lemon juice. Apply the mask wait for 20 minutes, and then wash off with water.
It is a natural face cleanser and helps to rejuvenate and soften the skin. The protein and lactic acid in the yogurt help detoxify the skin. By regularly applying yogurt to the skin encourages it to get rid of the dead cells, protein helps tighten the pores, reduce the appearance of fine lines, and hydrate. Mix two tablespoons plain, with one to two teaspoons of honey. Apply on the face, let it dry and wash after a while.
You can also use different types of natural oils depending upon your skin type to massage the face.