If you notice that your face feels tight and dry after you washed, it probably is the soap you are using. Even if you pay a fortune for special beauty soaps, they still have a drying effect.
After all, these soaps sit on store shelves, so they cannot contain many of the ingredients you would use in a homemade version and often have harmful chemicals to extend shelf life, which can be drying.
My homemade cleanser not only moisturizes my skin but also exfoliates it. That removes the dead skin cells that don’t retain moisture and exposes new skin cells that do, plumping your skin and giving it a more youthful look.
My daily cleanser contains just a three ingredients. Finely ground rice, ground almonds, and dry, whole milk powder. Each provides exceptional benefits for the skin. Milk contains nutrients and omega fatty acids. It also contains lactic acid that helps in the exfoliation process.
Freshly ground almonds will feel slightly oily, as well they should. They contain vitamin E, proteins and many other nutrients besides also containing monounsaturated fatty acids.
Finely ground rice, or rice powder, has been on the beauty shelves of Asian women for centuries. Not only does it help to lighten and smooth the skin, it also reduces wrinkles and discolorations.
When you combine all three, you have a homemade cleanser that exfoliates as it nourishes the skin.
Once you use it, you will immediately notice how soft your skin feels. It will make your skin look and feel beautiful immediately, but continue to improve it each time you use this magical cleanser.
Calleigh is passionate about inspiring others to a healthy living and encourages to re-discover their lifestyle. Her keen interest in health shines through in her written work on DIY skin care, beauty tips, healthy and active lifestyles.
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