Stories In Luggage – HomeMade Facial Scrub

Today I want to share with everyone something that I’ve been creating, after a lot of researching about benefits and what products I should mix, I end up with a 99% natural products facial scrub.I know that all of us has a different type of skin, some people using this product can have allergic or irritation the skin so I recommend you to do a small patch test on your wrist for about 45 minutes. If the patch test is negative you can use on your face, but if the result is positive, please avoid to use it. If your skin deals good with this product, only use it once or twice a week.

Have a look below, pay attention to the ingredients, be careful, if you are allergic to any of these products DON’T USE THIS FACIAL SCRUB.

Ingredients:

Micellair (micellar water from NIVEA), coconut oil, sugar, baking soda and honey.

Benefits:

Micellar water: effectively removes make-up, gently yet deeply cleanses, soothes & hydrates;

Coconut oil: hydrates and protect your skin, kill harmful microorganisms;

Sugar: brightening, polish, it has moisturising properties that prevent the skin drying, removes dead and dry skin, sugar is a natural source of glycolic acid that penetrates the skin and breaks down the bonds of dead skin cells, regenerate fresh skin layers;

Baking Soda: banish white spots, lighten blemishes, soft pink lips, prevents blackheads, exfoliate the skin;

Honey: contains anti-bacterial, removes bacteria that can cause acne and other imperfections on the skin, clarify skin and keep pores clear, loaded with antioxidants, nutrients that nourish and hydrates. Compounds help to decrease the appearance of scars and increase healing and tissue regeneration.

 

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