Oily skin needs a face wash that can remove excess oils to control acne and open pores. Removal of oils imparts a fresh matt look. This homemade face wash does all of the above. This recipe is for you if you want to go for no-chemicals skincare
To make this face cleanser you will need
- 5 tablespoons of Fuller’s earth or Multani mitti
- 10 tbsp of gram flour powder
- 1/2 tablespoon of Turmeric powder
- 1 tablespoon of Neem powder
- 5-10 drops to tea tree oil
- 1/2 tablespoon of Lemon peel powder
Mix all the ingredients in a clean jar, and your cleanser is ready
* Wash your face with plain water.
* Take a small amount of the above mixture on your palm.
* Put some drops of water and make a paste on your palm.
* Massage this paste on your face gently in circular motions.
* Spend more time on your T-Zone.
* If possible, leave it for a minute or two on your face. The good idea is to start your shower by applying this paste and end by rinsing it.
* Rinse off with water and pat dry with soft tissue, if you have added turmeric to prevent staining of the towels.
Apart from this cleanser there are may other DIYs also that you can prepare in just 2 minutes of time
Face wash #1 – Tomato
All you need to make this DIY cleanser for acne-prone skin is a little bit of tomato pulp and a dash of honey. Take some tomato pulp and honey in a bowl and mix well. Apply the mixture all over your face, gently massage for about a minute and wash it off. If you want some extra glow, keep it on your face for ten minutes, and then wash
Face Wash #2 – Honey & Aloe vera
Both honey and aloe vera are known to have soothing properties, which is great for acne-prone skin, as it tends to get irritated too soon. Since honey has antibacterial properties, it fights all sorts of bacterial growth on the face. This face wash deep cleans your skin from all the dirt and pollution. You can add a few drops of olive oil for some extra nourishment.
Face wash #3 – Chamomile Tea
Chamomile tea is known for its brightening and oil-controlling properties that can greatly benefit oily and acne-prone skin. It also helps to reverse and heal sun damage and is loaded with anti-inflammatory properties, thus making it the ideal DIY cleanser for acne-prone skin. To make this cleanser, you need to mix a cup of castile soap with a cup of hot brewed chamomile tea and a few drops of tea tree oil. Use this to wash your face every day in order to see results.