October 30, 2007

Homemade cleansing milk for dry skin

woman cleansing faceCleansing occupies an important place in dry skin care. Read all about skin care rituals and dry skin care. Then go through this simple recipe for preparing cleansing milk for dry skin.

Ingredients:

Oat meal 2 tsp
Yoghurt (curds) – 4 tsp
Sodium benzoate 1 tsp

Method:

Mix yoghurt and oat meal in a bowl and blend well. After 5 minutes, add sodium benzoate. Then soak a cotton ball in this cleansing milk and massage it gently on your face. After 1-2 minutes, you can remove it by wiping it off with another cotton ball soaked in warm water. Then rinse off with cold water. If you need to scrub off dead skin, you can use these facial scrubs.

Also see the recipes for another Home-made cleansing milk, astringent and toner




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5 comments:

  1. Cocoa butter does wonders for my dry skin, but I just hate the smell of it.

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  2. Vatsala9:13 AM

    I have dry and sensitive skin, and it seems to work really well with me. I was recommended the soothing mask, and it did wonders during the harsh winter days. My skin never broke out, it was hydrated for the whole day and the smell was actually pleasant.

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  3. unknown8:46 AM

    the cocoa butter is extremely beneficial to your skin - it moisturizes and softens the chapped skin. That is why the chocolate is often used in beauty care.

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  4. Supreeta10:25 AM

    Milk Gently softens dry and mature skin. Apply whole milk to the delicate eye area. Let it sit for 15-30 minutes. Wash off thoroughly. (If you have dry skin all over, apply it as a mask.) Its important to rinse your skin cleanly since milk breeds bacteria if its left on skin. So use it fresh, apply it as needed, then make sure to wash it all off. Whole milk contains natural fatty acids that moisturizes and softens skin.

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  5. Skin Topix it's $18 online its amazing!!!!

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