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5 DIY Zero Waste Face and Body Scrub that Actually Works!

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Zero Waste Scrubs Tips

We all have skin problems, whether it's damage, dryness, flakes, oiliness, or acne. 

Seasonal fluctuations, interior heat, and external factors are just a few of the culprits that might cause these shifts. 

Fortunately, you don't have to go to the store or add another beauty product to your shopping cart: you can just go to your kitchen and whip up some DIY exfoliators to improve your skin.

Disclaimer: Though exfoliation is an important aspect of any beauty regimen, experts warn that overdoing it might cause more damage than good.

How to Scrub Properly 

Sprinkle some water on your face. Massage a spoonful of scrub all over your face and neck, avoiding the under-eye region.

Don't use too much pressure, and don't scrub for longer than two minutes. Scrub a little harder on the T-zone area of your face.

How often should you clean the skin?

  • Exfoliate two or three times each week for normal skin.

  • Exfoliate once a week for sensitive skin.

  • Exfoliate twice a week if you have oily skin. 

  • Exfoliate your dry skin no more than twice a week.

  • Exfoliate twice a week for combination skin.

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We've selected the finest DIY face and body scrubs for all of your skin concerns, from oily to dull to damaged and dry.

1. Scrub of Oats and Tomato

If you’re dealing with tanned skin this one is a go to recommendation from my side.

Take a dish and cover it with ground oats and powdered sugar. 

Large red and ripe tomatoes, sliced Dip two large, thick slices of tomato into a combination of crushed oats and sugar. 

Now lightly massage this over your skin in circular strokes. 

After you've cleaned your entire face and neck, grab some additional tomato slices and place them on your face for a few minutes. 

Tomatoes have natural bleaching agents, and oats soothe the skin.

2. Scrub of Coffee and Coconut

In skin care circles, coffee and caffeine are praised for boosting blood flow, which may make your soles seem shiny and bright. 

Not to mention how delicious the sweet smells. For an even more dessert-inspired scrub, add a few dashes of vanilla extract.

Combine the sugar and coffee grounds in a mixing dish.Drizzle in the melted coconut oil slowly until you get the desired consistency. If using, whisk in the vanilla extract until completely integrated.

Now lightly massage this over your skin in circular strokes. 

Use right away or keep in a cold, dry place with an airtight lid.

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3. Scrub with Banana & Oats

This scrub is ideal for oily skin.

Are you opposed to applying oils on your face? Try this scrub, which utilises banana instead of oil as a basis.

Bananas have potassium, vitamin C, and slight amounts of vitamin A. They also include silica, a mineral element related to silicone that can aid in the formation of collagen in your skin.

With a fork, mash the banana until it's smooth but not runny. Grind the oats into a fine powder. Mix banana paste and oats powder in a bowl.

Apply in circular strokes to clean skin for 30 to 60 seconds.Rinse the scrub well with lukewarm water.

Place any remaining mixture in an airtight jar and refrigerate.

4. Scrub with Strawberries

This scrub may be suitable for acne-prone skin.

Strawberries are abundant in vitamin C, and their anti-inflammatory characteristics assist to reduce acne-related inflammation.

With a fork, mash the strawberries until smooth. In a mixing bowl, combine the sugar, coconut oil, and strawberry mash.

Apply in circular strokes to clean skin for 30 to 60 seconds.Rinse your skin with warm water.

Refrigerate any remaining scrub in an airtight jar.

5. Rose exfoliating scrub

If you like the perfume of roses, a rose-based scrub will not only smell lovely, but it may also help you feel calmer.

Furthermore, people who smelt the rose oil had lower blood pressure, blood oxygen levels, and breathing rate.

In a blender, combine water, sugar, and rose petals for a few seconds to make a thick paste. In the blender, combine a few drops of rose oil.

Apply scrub in circular strokes on cleaned skin for 30 to 60 seconds. Cleanse your face with lukewarm water.

Keep it in a dark place in an airtight container.

Conclusion

Facial scrubs are one way for eliminating dead skin cells from the skin's surface. 
Exfoliating your skin can help avoid blocked pores while also increasing circulation and collagen production.
Because facial scrubs do not require many components, they may be simple to prepare at home. Just be sure to use only substances that are suitable for face exfoliating.
Anyone who is unaware of their skin type or is concerned about skin irritation or signs of skin diseases should see a doctor.

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