These days, it feels like most beauty products you find in the store are either filled with mysterious chemicals, are way too expensive, or both!
Making your own beauty products can be a solution to both these problems. You'll know exactly what you're putting on your skin and can find the ingredients you can afford. It's a rewarding feeling when you make your own products, and it's also an excellent gift for a friend or family member.
How about we start with the beauty product you put on your face twice a day – Face wash! Because of how regularly you use it, it's best to make sure that you're not putting harsh chemicals on your skin so often. Make your own face wash and be sure that you are using natural and nourishing ingredients. Below is a list of 30 rejuvenating and refreshing homemade face wash recipes that you can try today!
A natural face wash that is easy to make and leaves your skin feeling soft and refreshed. The all-natural ingredients will bring you peace of mind knowing you aren't putting harsh chemicals on your face.
Face wipes can be a lifesaver when you come home late at night and need a simple solution to get your make-up off and your face feeling clean.
A soft, moisturizing face cleanser recipe that is natural and refreshing. Honey has the incredible power of absorbing and retaining moisture in your skin.
Three simple (and delicious) ingredients for this cleansing face wash; cinnamon, nutmeg, and raw honey! Simple as that!
Fight off acne or oily skin with the beneficial and natural effects of activated charcoal. Not to mention, it's amusing to use!
Cleanse your face with this soap-free face wash recipe! Some people's skin is just too sensitive for most soap, so here's a formula that removes soap from the picture.
Your face will soon feel so fresh and so clean! Combining the moisturizing effects of honey with the sweet scents and soothing feelings of lavender makes this recipe a must-try!
Aloe Vera has always been known to be a healing remedy for our skin. It's the first thing we run for when we get a terrible sunburn. Therefore, it makes a wonderful ingredient as a face wash to nourish and protect!
A vegan facewash that is gentle on sensitive skin and uses natural and nourishing ingredients. Gently cleanse your face without stripping its beneficial oils.
Three simple ingredients, a few moments of your time, and a desire to switch out your chemical product for something more natural is all you need for this recipe!
You know what they say… “An apple a day keeps the dry skin away!” Well, maybe they don't say exactly that, but they should! This face wash is perfect for bringing back moisture to your skin.
A DIY foaming face cleanser that soothes, nourishes, and moisturizes. The foamy feeling makes washing your face enjoyable!
This charcoal-based face scrub will do wonders for removing dirt and grease from your pores. Not the most glamorous looking but it does the trick!
An efficient and enjoyable facial cleanser that will leave your skin feeling soft and fresh. Give your face a healthy glow with this homemade face wash!
Your skin will thank you for this one! Wake up and treat yourself to a lemony cleanse to wake up your senses and start your day fresh!
Why peppermint? Peppermint is known for having hydrating effects on dull and dry skin. Not to mention, the smell is refreshing and awakes your senses.
I know it might seem (and feel) strange to clean your face with oil but don't disregard it just yet! The oil cleansing method nourishes and heals your skin!
This face wash is a non-greasy alternative to store-bought cleansers. It uses the power of aloe vera gel to keep your face feeling moisturized all day.
This face wash is anti-inflammatory and is perfect for sensitive skin. Green tea is a wonderful ingredient that your skin loves! So treat yourself!
Clarify and tone your skin with this gentle foaming face cleanser. It uses simple, all-natural ingredients to replenish damaged skin and bring a glow to your face.
Personally, I'm a fan of soap bars over liquids, so I was excited when I found this detoxing charcoal face wash bar recipe!
This face wash won't irritate or dry out your pores. You'll be amazed at how soft and silky your skin will feel after using this.
1… 2… 3 ingredients! That's all it takes! Castille soap mixed with some raw honey and nourishing skin oil. It is the perfect homemade recipe to help you wake up and feel fresh.
A gentle face cleanser using the soothing feels and aromas of chamomile. A luxurious experience that will relax and calm your skin.
This homemade face wash is not only easy to make, but it's easy on your wallet! The ingredients you may already have at home, and if not, they aren't expensive to buy. Remove makeup, and moisturize with this DIY face cleanser.
A beautiful blend of Jojoba wax beads with soothing oat oil. German chamomile essential oils are mixed into a kaolin clay base for an effective face wash.
This face wash contains no harsh toxic ingredients but instead uses the power of all-natural ingredients to get the job done. Rosewater, willow bark, jojoba oil, aloe, and tea tree oil. Sounds luxurious!
Coconut milk helps keep your skin hydrated and relieves itching and irritation. It is a great face wash for sensitive skin types.
Acne-preventing face wash will help remove blackheads and reduce redness. This foaming face wash is a win-win!
Only a few simple ingredients and moments of your time before you can wash your face with foaming, calming, and nourishing face wash that you made yourself!
As you can see, there are many unique and varying recipes on how to create your own face wash. It's important that you customize it to your own skin. Some people have more sensitive skin than others, or some more oily or drier. Find the recipe that suits your skin's needs and don't be afraid to try adding your own aromas and oils.
There are many to choose from, and you may have to try more than one before you find the unique recipe that works for you! Whether it be something creamy and milky, or maybe you want to try out an oil cleansing idea, or better yet something silky and smooth! Whatever it may be, there's a recipe out there for you!
Which one will you try first?
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