HOMEMADE FACE SCRUB

Face masks are great to help soften and clean the skin.

Hey guys, hope you’re all well and enjoying your Saturday afternoon. 😘

Today I bring to you a simple, 4 ingredient homemade mask. Oats, Honey, Rosewater and Sugar. How easy is that and best part? You probably have all the ingredients you need!  😃

As you may already be aware, every day we shed thousands of dead skin cells, while new plump skin cells are formed beneath the skin’s surface. Dead skin cells, not only clog the pores but it tends to make our skin look dull and tired.

Oats makes for a moisturising face pack with ingredients like rosewater and honey. Rosewater is used as a natural astringent along with honey which keeps the skin well-hydrated and fresh.

Adding a face mask/scrub into my routine weekly (or two times a week ) not only does it feel like a bit of pampering, but it usually leaves a lasting effect on my face that is more intense than what day or night cream can do.

Before applying this oatmeal, honey and rosewater face mask, wash your face with warm water to open up the pores.

Ingredients

1 TBSP MEDIUM GROUND OATMEAL
1 TBSP ROSE WATER
1TSP GRANULATED SUGAR
1 TSP HONEY

Method

 Apply to clean skin using gentle circular movements with the fingertips. This should be easy to rub across the skin (without dribbling off!) but if you need to add more liquid to the mix, add the rose water, one teaspoon at a time, until the paste forms. I let it sit for about 10 minutes, then grabbed a cotton pad to wipe off the excess product and then rinse the skin clean with warm water, and gently pat dry.

Happy Scrubbing x

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