Best Ways to Exfoliate face


Make a homemade scrub

One of the best ways to exfoliate your face is by making a homemade scrub. It is super easy. Take a cup of sugar, add 4-5 drops of oil (any type of oil will do, I prefer vegetable oil), add an essence of your choice (I prefer vanilla). Mix it all and then apply it on your face and scrub for 3 minutes in circular, anti-clockwise motions. Rinse your face with lukewarm water. Do this once or twice a week. You can store the extra scrub in a container and keep it in the refrigerator for future use.

Written by Ofelia Patrick
1 year ago

Use Cetaphil for sensitive skin

If you have sensitive skin and exfoliating irritates your skin, try Cetaphil scrub. It is recommended by most dermatologists and cleans your skin without itching or burning. It also helps with acne and pimples.

Written by Lacey Swanson
10 months ago

Use lemon to scrub

Lemon is acidic and removes dead skin from your face. It also brightens your skin. Apply lemon juice on your face and move it in a circular motion for 30-60 secs. After rinsing off, apply a moisturizer or aloevera gel to soothe your skin. Test the effect of lemon on your hand first before applying it to your face. It is not suitable for all skin types, and if it burns, you should not use it.

Use lemon to scrub

Written by Billy Powell
7 months ago

Using Baby Sponge

The baby sponge can help you exfoliate your face gently every day. Dip the baby sponge in lukewarm water to soften it. To exfoliate your facial skin, add a few drops of your favorite facial wash onto the baby sponge and lather. Rub the baby sponge on your face gently. Get the most neglected spots such as the nose, chin, and sides of the face.

Gently rub for a minute or two and then wash with lukewarm water, followed by cold water. The cold water helps close skin pores. 

Written by Russell Holland
5 months ago

DIY Masks

If you want to use a more natural approach to exfoliation, make a DIY facemask at home from scratch. A face wash needs to be coarse and exfoliating therefore you need ingredients that are a bit harsh for the skin such as sugar, cinnamon, coffee grounds, and oatmeal.

When you have selected an exfoliating ingredient, it's time to pair it with something that gives it a thin consistency so that the face mask is easy to apply.

Honey and cinnamon or honey and coffee mask go very well together. Oatmeal and sugar masks for exfoliation can go well with baking soda, turmeric, and some milk to soften the mixture. Don’t be afraid to experiment with the ingredients.

DIY Masks

Make an exfoliating mask with what you can find in your pantry. However, be careful with the turmeric as a lot of it can make you yellow or orange for the day.

Written by Fredrick Hodge
4 months ago

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