Home-made cleansing milk, astringent and toner

Home-made cleansing milk
1 tsp yeast
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon carrot juice
½ tsp curds
1 tsp orange juice
1 tsp olive oil
Mix all the ingredients and use it as cleansing milk. Apply it over the face massaging the face in circular motions and then remove it with a cotton ball soaked in warm water after 10 minutes.
Home-made toner
After the pores have been opened and cleaned, they need to be tightened and cleared of all cleansers. After that try and use this toner:
½ large cucumber
4 tbsp chopped fresh mint
1 tbsp witch hazel
Liquidize the cucumber, add other ingredients and apply.
Home-made astringent
1 tbsp milk powder
1 mashed ripe pear
Mix to form a smooth paste and apply.

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  1. Anonymous1:03 PM

    Rubbing pineapple or papaya on your skin also works great in place of a toner. Great natural astringent and passive defoliator. Rub it on, let it sit for a few, and rinse lightly with water.
    Fresh is best, but you can use canned if you rinse the syrup off very, very thoroughly

  2. Anonymous5:18 PM

    Mash strawberries, use as an astringent and cleansing face mask.

  3. Lakshmi9:41 AM

    I like to make large amounts of home made skin care products. Will it keep in the fridge? If so for how long? Can it be kept somehow outside of the fridge? I've read that grapefruit oil preserves some recipes. Help!

  4. Lavanya10:55 AM

    using toner helps cut down on the number of breakouts

  5. Toner helps wash away surface skin cells, soap residue, leftover makeup, dirt and oil from the skin.Toner will help balance the pH levels within your skin

  6. Dwaraka8:30 AM

    salt, honey and milk are good cleansers.
    Take 2 teaspoons of milk and 2 tablespoons of honey. Mix both ingredients until form a paste. Apply it to face and neck, leave on for 15-20 minutes. After dry, wash with lukewarm water.


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