Sometimes we go through the struggles of deciding the perfect face treatments to use. You are in that beauty store waiting in the middle of that aisle with so many options to pick from but you still can’t decide on that product that will do you justice. You’re concerned about the price, effectiveness and quality of the product or better still, the side effects. Not to worry, you don’t have to be that confused customer anymore. Read on and find out alternative ways to get natural face cleansers and the best part, you can make them yourselves with no worry about side effects or spending more.
1. Coconut Oil Face Cleanser
Coconut oil can eliminate any shine that appears at the end of the day. It contains antimicrobial properties, when you apply coconut oil to your skin it will eliminate moisture lost through your pores, leaving the skin healthy and smooth. Massage your skin with this oil, the coconut oil will dissolve the dirty oil in your pores, replacing the dirty oil with beneficial ones extracted from natural botanicals, vegetables and fruit that heal, protect and nourish your skin. Do this regularly to clear the skin from issues like oily skin, dry skin, sensitive skin, blackheads, whiteheads and other problems caused by mild to moderate acne. It will also leave your skin healthy, balanced and properly moisturized.
2. Honey and Lemon
Honey and lemon are natural moisturizers and antiseptic. Lemons are filled with AHA’s and BHA’s which remove dead skin cells and help clear up blackheads, acne, and discoloration, while honey is a natural antioxidant and antibacterial. The sugar in the honey hydrates your skin. They are both easily found in your kitchen or at every supermarket, so they are not hard to find. Combine the honey with the lemon juice and apply as you would any other cleanser. Rub in slow, circular motions, and rinse off. It can also be used as a face mask.
The thought of applying cold yogurt on your face may seem scary, but yogurt is a perfect natural face cleanser, rich in protein and lactic acid. Those compounds work together to help detoxify skin: Applying lactic acid regularly encourages your skin to get rid of the dead cells through exfoliation, and protein that helps to tighten pores, reduce the appearance of fine lines, and hydrate your skin. It also contains calcium, vitamin D, and a healthy bacteria that is very beneficial to you. Apply a couple tablespoons of yogurt for a lightening or brightening mask that may be used 2-3 times per week.
There are other natural products such as almond, wheat germ, avocado oils, olive oil, aloe vera, sea salt, etc. Having a daily beauty routine is very important for your beauty life. Dedication and patience is the key to having that beautiful skin that you desire, good luck!