Creating Your Own Homemade Face Scrubs
These days, people are looking for savings in any place they can find it. Sometimes, you just have to make sacrifices. This article isn’t about making sacrifices to save money, this article is about keeping a few extra dollars in your pocket by using homemade face scrubs – and I’m going to explain why they are even better than the ones you get in the store. On top of that, I’ll even give you some basic recipe tips that will teach you how to invent your own facial scrubs at home. More and more people are choosing to create their own beauty products at home when they realized how simple it truly is.
Quick, without looking, name five ingredients that are in your store-bought face scrubs. Most people can’t name one or two, let alone three. I can easily name all the ingredients that are in my face scrubs, since I made them myself! Organic facial scrubs can contain many combinations of ingredients, but since you are making it yourself you will know exactly what is in it. With all sorts of chemicals being approved by the government for use in cosmetics and beauty products, wouldn’t you prefer the peace of mind that comes from knowing what something is made out of before putting it on your face?
Here is a handful of the ingredients I like to use for mine:
.. And the list goes on!
By following simple recipes and making creative combination of the possible ingredients, you’re able to make your own at home, for a fraction of the cost. When I talked about saving money without making any sacrifices, I wasn’t kidding! You’re starting to see the benefits of using homemade face scrubs now, aren’t you? Sure, it takes a little bit of effort but it’s more worth it than most things we do in a day.
So, why would you want to spend full price for facial scrubs from stores and salons, when you could be making them your self? It is both easy and affordable to make your own, and now I’m going to give you some basic tips. Essentially, a facial scrub is comprised of a base, a texture and a fragrance. An example of a base would be mayonnaise, or peanut butter, or even banana or pumpkin puree. The texture is the ingredient that actually does the scrubbing, such as granola. The fragrance is in the oil that you choose to add, such as essence of jasmine.
There you have it, and now you know about making your very own homemade face scrubs. It’s all about experimentation, so don’t be afraid to try different and unique combinations. There’s no right or wrong, the goal here is to take some time to yourself at the end of a busy day and relax a little bit, you earned it! And if you can save some money in the process, and ensure you’re using the best quality ingredients on your skin, it is truly a no-brainer!