10 Greatest Natural Facial Cleansers That You Can Try at Home

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You would be surprised at how many natural facial cleansers can be found in your house. You could very well replace the expensive scrub that you use or just add to your weekly routine, a natural and homemade cleanser. They usually are gentler on the skin, you have complete control on how much to use and you know exactly what you put on your face. Below are the 10 best natural facial cleansers you can try on yourself – they can be found in any household and we assure you they work wonders on all types of skin. Just make sure that before you try any of them you test them on a little piece of skin, you want to make sure you don’t have an allergic reaction.

1.      Lemon Juice

 

Lemon juice if one of the world’s best natural facial cleanser. It is very acidic and manages to get down in the pores and clean them out thoroughly. Mix some lemon juice and baking soda to make a paste and then use it to clean your skin. It works wonders for oily to combination skin and even normal skin – just be sure to hydrate afterwards and no matter what you do, do NOT use it for the area around your eyes.

2.      Clay

 

It is cheap, available everywhere and it cleans your skin well. You can either make a mask and let it dry or use it in the shower as you would a regular bar of soap: take some clay powder and rub it all over your skin for a minute. Then rinse and see how well it cleaned your face without a bubble in sight.

3.      Honey

 

This miracle natural facial cleanser is the best out there for dry and normal skin. It has plenty antioxidants and it is the only food in the world that does not spoil. Jars of honey were found in the pharaoh’s tombs and it was still edible. You can rub it on your face and make sure to clean really well around your nose.

4.      Corn Flour

 

The poor man’s scrub as it is known, corn flour is great for a good scrub. It is very abrasive, so be sure not to add extra force to it – capillaries in your skin could break and make your complexion look even more in need of a facial.

5.      Oils

 

We’ve learned it in Chemistry – oil dissolves oil – and what better way to have your face cleaned than with these natural facial cleansers. Oily complexions can also benefit from an oil cleanser, not only dry skin. Soak a cotton pad in the oil of your choice and clean your face. You’ll be surprised to see how much dirt the oil can remove. Then, after you’re done, if you feel there is too much oil left on the surface of the skin, you can clean it with a normal cream cleanser or a mild soap. The best oils to use are jojoba, sweet almond, grape seed and extra virgin olive oil.

6.      Yogurt

 

The lactic acid in yogurt is the best acid you can put on your skin. It exfoliates your skin by gently eating away at the dead skin cells and dirt. It is one of the most used ingredients in exfoliant creams and you can benefit from its goodness by putting on some yogurt on your face and neck and letting it stay there for 15 minutes.

7.      Tomatoes

 

Great for acne and pimples, tomatoes have Vitamin C and Vitamin A – these are commonly found in anti-acne treatments and creams. Use it as an astringent if you have oily or combination skin and add some avocado if your face is a little dry and you’ll get cleansing and hydration.

8.      Oats

 

Add a little water to a handful of oats and then blend it really well. The resulting product is great to clean and hydrate your face. You can let it dry as a mask, or use it in the shower – just rub your face and then wash it really well.

9.      Grapes

 

Chock full of antioxidants, grapes may hold the secret to stopping the aging process. Use the peel of a grape to provide moisture to your skin and then let the juice dry. Wash it is lukewarm water and don’t forget to put on some face cream afterwards.

10.  Egg White

 

Separate the white from the yolk and beat it with a fork. Then take a cotton pad, soak it in it and use it all over your face. Let it form a thin film on your skin and allow it to dry for 10 minutes. Afterwards just wash it off and use moisturizer. It is really a very efficient natural facial cleanser.

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