5 Homemade Facial recipes for Vibrant skin

5 Homemade facial recipes

Your face is the first thing people notice. It will leave the first impression of you to people. The signs of stress like tired, dehydrated and overexposed to sunlight will be easily noticeable to others. Try these 5 Homemade facial recipes for vibrant and glowing skin.

Chamomile Steam facial recipe

Chamomile essential oil

Chamomile essential oil has antiseptic and antibacterial qualities in addition to being a wonderful calming source of aromatherapy. This combination is great for a cleansing steam facial. As you open your pores with the steam, the healing chamomile essence permeates your pores and breathes health into your skin.

  • 2 cups water
  • 7–8 drops chamomile essential oil

Preparation and Application

Over the stove, bring a medium pot of 2 cups water to high heat, but not quite boiling. Add the chamomile essential oil for a calming aroma. Use a hair band to pull your hair back, away from your face, and lean over the pot. Close your eyes and cover your head completely with a towel as you lean over the steaming pot and allow the natural steam facial to open your pores. Inhale the calming aroma with deep, relaxing breaths until your skin is covered in a wet sheath. With a cool, damp washcloth, pat your face and seal the pores. This chamomile steam facial recipe hydrates, cleanses, and calms your skin.

Gentle Exfoliant

Almond oil

Blackheads are an accumulation of dirt that has been sitting on the surface of your skin and has clogged the pores. It’s important to use a facial cleanser first thing in the morning and again before bedtime. Sour cream has a high value of lactic acid, which functions as a gentle exfoliant on your skin, removing dead skin cells as you cleanse your face.

  • 1 teaspoon sweet almond oil
  • 2 teaspoons coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon sour cream

Preparation and Application

Mix oil ingredients with sour cream until whipped together. Gently apply over your face and avoid the eye area. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.

Fruit Acid Exfoliant

Homemade facial Apple and honey

Apples contain natural fruit acids, which help exfoliate the skin and slough off dead skin cells. Honey is nature’s moisturizer and helps the skin retain its natural moisture, in addition to adding hydration. Eucalyptus honey, specifically, is a highly effective antiseptic with antibacterial properties. These aspects of eucalyptus honey are valuable for a healthy, glowing complexion in conjunction with their medicinal qualities. The anti-inflammatory eucalyptus honey has a pleasing aroma that provides a cooling and refreshing effect and induces mental calm.

  • 1 organic apple
  • 1 tablespoon eucalyptus honey (or any honey you have available)

Preparation and Application

Core and quarter the apple using a knife and cutting board. Discard all but the seedless slices of apple. Place apple slices into a blender and grind. Pour the ground apple into a small bowl and add the honey. Stir the mixture with a tongue depressor until it becomes slightly silky, but just a bit grainy as well. Apply to a clean face and leave on for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water followed by a splash of cool water to seal the pores.

Papaya Milk Homemade facial

Homemade facial papaya

The abundance of alpha hydroxy acids in papaya is exfoliating and helps remove dead skin cells to reveal a brightened, glowing complexion. Milk also has the coveted acids, and the combination of papaya and milk is the most gentle and natural exfoliant. Honey is nature’s moisturizer, and this nicely balanced mask provides a subtle exfoliation with hydration.

  • ½ papaya
  • 1 tablespoon whole milk
  • 1 tablespoon honey

Preparation and Application

Prepare papaya by slicing the fruit lengthwise and scooping the firm black seeds out with a spoon. Discard the seeds, and scoop the meat of the papaya into a small bowl. Add honey and milk and mash until blended smoothly. Apply to clean face, avoiding your eye area, and leave the mask on for 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water and splash some cold water afterward to seal your pores. This mask should feel really cleansing, and your skin should be soft to the touch afterward.

Seaweed homemade facial

Homemade facial seaweed

Seaweed has a naturally anti-inflammatory effect on acne. It also acts as an exfoliant, removing dead skin cells from the surface layer of your skin. Seaweed, or kelp, in all of its forms is wonderfully clarifying. Rich in B vitamins, seaweed also calms skin irritations and rosacea. Honey is deeply nourishing as a natural moisturizer, so this beauty recipe gives you the benefits of clarifying your skin and providing hydration at the same time.

  • 1 teaspoon powdered organic kelp
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 3 tablespoons plain yogurt

Preparation and Application Blend all ingredients in a small bowl until smooth. Apply mask to face and decolletage and leave on for 10 minutes. Remove with a warm, damp washcloth. Splash cool water on your face afterward to seal your pores.

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