October 23, 2007

Homemade facial scrubs for dry skin

applying scrubWhether your skin is oily or dry you need to exfoliate it once in a while to get rid of dead cells. Harsh abrasive scrubs are not suitable for extremely flaky, dry skins. Dry skins need mild scrubs such as these. The presence of yoghurt in these scrubs makes them gentle and less coarse on dry skins. Use them once in two weeks (a month if your skin is too dry) and watch your face glow.

# Scrub 1

Ingredients:

Dry Orange peel powder 1 tsp
Dry Lemon peel powder 1 tsp
Yoghurt (curds) 2 tbsp

Method:

Mix the dried peel powders and add yoghurt to it. Blend well. Gently massage it onto you skin or 2 minutes. Leave on for 5 minutes and then wash off.

# Scrub 2

Ingredients:

Oat meal powder 1 tsp
Yoghurt 2 tsp

Method:

Blend the two ingredients and massage the paste onto your face. Keep it on for 5 minutes and then wash off with cold water.

See also:

Face packs for dry skin
Exfoliating masks
Fix your dull and tired skin with masks and complexion scrubs


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22 comments:

  1. ... Facial scrubs for dry skin ...

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  2. salt and olive oil and a few drops of lavender oil or something like that to give a nice smell

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  3. Yogita4:28 PM

    I can't wait to try this one out!!!

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  4. Soumya4:08 PM

    If you have dry skin, substitute a heavier oil for the g rapeseed oil. Sweet almond oil and apricot oil are good choices. If you have acne, add several drops of evening primrose oil to the recipe.

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  5. Arundati9:46 AM

    I have good luck combating dry cracked skin on hands and heels by using All Natural Shea Butter applied liberally at night and by wearing cotton gloves and socks after applying the shea butter.

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  6. Wheat flour is one of the best face pack for dry skin.

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  7. Anonymous12:22 PM

    Use the right moisturizer,Use a humidifier,Avoid hot water,Use little soap,See a dermatologist. If your skin is cracked and red or if you are concerned about it, be sure to see a dermatologist.

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  8. Chadani9:58 AM

    Home made Scrub is very nice.. Can we add some chandan powder to it..

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  9. Rekha9:59 AM

    Nice... i do deserve some 'me time'....can this be stored?

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  10. Prerana10:02 AM

    Good mic of ingredients, rice acts as a exfoliates the fry skin. Good one

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  11. Kavita11:55 AM

    I'm going to try it today!

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  12. Anonymous9:52 AM

    The milk and honey baths
    Add Honey, Oatmeal, Sea Salt Or Baking Soda To The Milk Bath

    Honey softens, provides nutrition and acts to protect the skin. If you add oatmeal, the oatmeal will soothe dry, itchy skin and protect skin. Sea salts detoxify and soften skin. Another ingredient you can use in your milk baths is baking soda. Baking soda is a good cleanser and skin softener. If you add all of these ingredients together, you will have a wonderful mixture. Even if you use any of these ingredients alone, it will good for the skin.

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  13. Manjusha8:56 AM

    Mix one table spoon of honey with two table spoons of cashew nut paste. Oily skin people need to mix one teaspoon of lemon juice in the mixture before scrubbing to the face. Dry skin people need to add one to two drops of lemon juice in the mixture. Initially wash the face with clean water and apply this mixture to the face a round. After five minutes, wash the face with warm water. This tip for women helps the women to enlighten, brighten, their face in all angles.

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  14. Khetal12:12 PM

    mix half teaspoon of orange peel powder in half teaspoon of badam powder and mix the equal proportion of barley meal and raw papaya paste and made into a fine paste and apply to the face once in a month so that the dead skin is removed and the face becomes glow with natural shine.

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  15. Bhanupriya10:52 AM

    For dry skin use nourishing mask. Take a half of banana, 1 egg yolk, 1 tbsp. of spoon flour, 2 tsp of rice oil. Mash banana. Flour mixed with egg yolk and rice oil. In the resulting mass add chopped banana. The mixture put on face for 10-15 minutes, then wash the face with warm water.

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  16. Mandavi11:01 AM

    If you have dry skin, you can make a really helpful, soothing facial mask, using a crushed apricot, mixed with a heavy cream. This mask will hydrate and moist your skin, leaving it looking fresh and healthy.

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  17. Shalini8:24 AM

    Add a few drops of olive oil to clay mud or mashed avocado, then apply the paste to your face. Let it sit for five to ten minutes, then rinse off.

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  18. Paridhi2:34 PM

    Sprinkle baking soda in dishwater. Also try putting baking soda in bath water (four tablespoons per quart of water). It will help stop itching. Soak for 30 minutes and air dry.

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  19. Zarina2:35 PM

    Rub some salt onto skin after a shower. It will take away dry skin and make your skin soft.

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  20. Wajid2:36 PM

    Wash and dry hands. Apply vinegar to skin. Put on a pair of soft gloves and keep them on all night.

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  21. Deepika2:22 PM

    aloe face pack will quench your skin’s thirst for sure. Prepare a paste of aloe vera gel, cottage cheese, dates and cucumber. Add some lemon juice in it. This is a great home remedy for your dry and dull skin. Apply the paste on your face and neck, leaving it for approximately 30 minutes. Rinse it off to see a prettier you.

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  22. Neeraja3:13 PM

    add malai/milk, honey and pinch of turmeric in besan to form a paste. Apply this pack on the face and keep it for at least 15 minutes. Wash it off once dry.This pack is ideal for people with dry skin. It cleans the skin thoroughly and helps in maintaining the moisture level of the skin.

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