DIY Body Exfoliating Scrubs

Welcome back to another DIY blog post and today’s article will be about DIY Exfoliating Body Scrubs. You will learn how to make them, and how to use them.

Since we are all in quarantine, this is as perfect a time as any to refresh and rejuvenate our minds and bodies.  We may not get time like this again so we should definitely make the best use of this. Remember that self-care is ultimately the most important thing, and exfoliation is one way to do it.

I highly urge you to relax, clean and open up those pores, and use this time to reflect. Reflect on your achievements and failures, and also think about what you can do better when all this is over. Self-improvement is key.

Related: Why is Exfoliation Important?

Now, without further ado, let’s learn some amazing self care routines…

1. DIY Coffee Face Scrub

Here is a natural scrub for your face that uses ingredients that you more than likely already have at home. This works best for persons with oily skin, who want their faces to be a little less greasy. Coffee has so many health benefits, including the fact that it is an anti-aging agent.

Check out these other benefits of coffee on the skin.

 

2. DIY Exfoliating Scrub for Dry and Sensitive Skin

This video shows you how to make a face scrub if you have dry skin, or sensitive skin. It is soothing and it moisturizes your face to reduce the dryness.  All you need to make this are coconut oil, baking soda, and honey. Each of these ingredients has its own benefits on the skin and a combination of all three works wonders for the face. Try it for yourself today.

 

3. DIY Exfoliating Scrub for the Body and Face

Sugar is one of the best items to use to exfoliate the skin and brown sugar is best to use because of its rough texture. This makes it able to really get rid of all the stuff that don’t belong in your pores. It is excellent for ‘unclogging’ your pores, leaving your face and body feeling clean and breathable. You can make this scrub in any consistency that you prefer, whether it is more on the watery or thin side, or more on the dry and thick side. Go ahead and give it a try.

 

4. DIY Body Exfoliating Scrub

This video is very similar to the previous one, in that it also uses sugar as the base of the scrub. The difference is that, instead of using honey, this tutorial uses olive oil as the moisturizing agent. This scrub is also more on the liquid side, but it is perfectly okay to make it thicker.

Check out these benefits of using olive oil on your skin.

 

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