DIY homemade scrub recipes for face, body and hair!
Doing a natural scrub regularly has many benefits. Soft and smooth skin, enhanced effectiveness of beauty products, natural stimulation… The list of benefits of exfoliation of your skin is long. So that this treatment is natural and devoid of harmful effects for your skin and for the planet, we offer you some recipes to be able to make your homemade scrubs!
Tips and points to know before doing your homemade scrub
Making your own beauty products is also part of a zero waste bathroom approach. In the drawers of your kitchen you will be able to find many ingredients to prepare your DIY exfoliating treatment. We've selected the most popular ingredients including: sugar, coarse salt, coffee grounds, and coconut powder.
When preparing your homemade scrub, pay particular attention to the size of the seeds you are going to use. Depending on their sizes, you will prepare a scrub for sensitive skin, normal skin or even oily skin. In case of sensitive skin, facial skin or décolleté, the desired exfoliation effect should be significantly softer than for the rest of the body.
We therefore offer you some homemade scrub recipes for the face, body and hair that will suit all skin types.
CAUTION: Before applying your scrub, you must take care to clean your skin thoroughly. To cleanse your skin, we advise you to opt for an organic superfatted cold saponified soap so that it is fully ready to receive an exfoliating treatment. A clean and hydrated skin will be able to fully benefit from the benefits of a homemade exfoliation treatment.
Homemade face scrub for sensitive skin
The skin on the face is significantly more delicate than the skin on the rest of your body. If, in addition, your skin tends to have red patches, become irritated quickly or become allergic, be extremely careful to produce an extremely gentle homemade scrub.
- a tablespoon of fine grain sugar
- a tablespoon of the vegetable oil of your choice (jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, avocado oil, argan oil ...)
Mix the sugar with the vegetable oil and spread the DIY scrub on your face. Start by massaging your face very gently, with regular, circular movements. Remember to avoid the area around your eyes. Rinse the treatment after a few minutes of use and apply your moisturizer or your usualmoisturizing balm.
Homemade face scrub for all skin types
The DIY honey-based facial scrub will be perfect for all skin types. Honey, thanks to its incredible virtues, makes it possible to make a gentle, but very effective homemade scrub. It is an excellent anti-wrinkle and anti-fatigue. Honey nourishes and hydrates the skin, while leaving it smooth and beautiful.
Preparing a homemade honey-based facial scrub is very easy. Just mix liquid honey with powdered sugar. Before using this DYI scrub, cleanse your face. Apply the scrub to your face and massage gently. Rinse off after a few minutes and apply your day or night cream or your favorite oil.
Homemade facial scrub for mature skin
Mature skin requires special treatment. Often tired, in addition to being well nourished and hydrated, she needs a boost. Two essential oils combined with natural baking soda and honey will work wonders. So mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda with manuka honey until you get a smooth texture. Add a drop of lavender essential oil and a drop of olibanum essential oil. Use a glove to apply this homemade scrub. Massage your face gently with circular movements. After a few minutes, rinse your preparation and wash your face. Apply your favorite balm, which you can find here.
Homemade facial scrub for normal skin
Your normal skin will thank you for this natural treatment that you are going to concoct for it. The homemade face scrub made from coffee grounds will become an essential part of your beauty routine. Mix a tablespoon of coffee grounds with your favorite oil (sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, argan oil). If your skin needs an extra boost, you can add a teaspoon of honey. Apply this DIY scrub on your face, massage gently and leave on for ten minutes. Rinse off and put on your favorite balm, it's a guaranteed boost!
Homemade body scrub based on coffee grounds
The natural body scrub made with coffee grounds and yogurt will help you fight against orange skin and will bring tone to your skin. Its realization is very simple and the effects impressive! To make this homemade body scrub, mix half a glass of coffee grounds with a teaspoon of cinnamon and two tablespoons of plain yogurt. Massage your body with this homemade scrub for a few minutes using circular movements. Rinse off with lukewarm or cold water and apply your favorite balm.
Homemade sugar-based body scrub
The DIY body scrub based on sugar, honey and vegetable oil is a gentle exfoliant. It will soften your skin, revive the radiance of your complexion, nourish and protect. Its perfume will be irresistible and its smooth texture. So mix 50g of brown sugar with 5ml of argan oil and 10ml of coconut vegetable oil (slightly heated beforehand if it has a hard consistency). Add a tablespoon of honey and if you have it, 2-3 drops of vitamin E. If you want to slightly solidify the scrub, feel free to add a little sugar. Apply the whole thing to your body, massage in and rinse off after a few minutes. As usual, coat your body with your favorite balm.
Homemade salt-based body scrub
The homemade exfoliating treatment based on sea salt and lavender will rid your skin of dead cells, leaving it smooth, clean and glowing. It is very easy to prepare and very effective. Mix 1 teaspoon of sea salt with 4 tablespoons of your favorite oil (argan oil, olive oil, sesame oil, sweet almond oil). Add 4 drops of lavender essential oil. After obtaining a homogeneous texture, apply this homemade scrub to the parts of your body that you want to exfoliate. Gently massage and rinse thoroughly after a few moments.
Homemade scalp scrub with baking soda
To promote the growth of your hair, stimulate microcirculation and eliminate impurities, do not hesitate to prepare this scalp scrub and apply it once a week on your hair. Mix a tablespoon of baking soda with 2-3 tablespoons of your usual dentangling natural conditioner. Add a tablespoon of sea salt. Apply this preparation to your hair at the roots and massage gently. After massaging for a few minutes, rinse thoroughly and wash your hair as usual.
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