DIY skin care recipes are easy and fun to make.
And with a few ingredients in your kitchen, you can whip up a homemade skincare product.
But if you’re unsure where to start, this post will show you 15 natural DIY skin care recipes to make today!
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15 Simple natural DIY skin care recipes
1. Cinnamon foot scrub for a pedicure
You’d enjoy this cinnamon foot scrub if you’re looking for a natural DIY skin care recipe for a pedicure.
It’s made with sugar, cinnamon, coconut oil, and a few drops of eucalyptus oil to exfoliate, invigorate and soothe your feet.
You can use this homemade cinnamon foot scrub as part of a pedicure routine.
Or use it daily to exfoliate your feet in the shower.
2. Soothing lemon hand scrub
This lemon sugar hand scrub is an excellent exfoliant to use in the kitchen or bathroom after doing chores.
It contains organic coconut oil, white sugar, lemon juice, and zest to exfoliate and moisturize your skin.
And keep your hands from drying after using cleaning products.
See how to make lemon hand scrub here.
3. Natural green tea sugar scrub cubes
Sometimes you can make sugar scrubs into cubes or bars for easy use.
And these homemade green tea scrub cubes are perfect and easy to use.
Make this scrub with natural green tea, organic coconut oil, and sugar.
But make sure the tea leaves are dry.
Green tea has lots of skin benefits:
- Improving the texture of your skin
- And reducing excess oil secretion.
- It also contains antioxidants which fight ance.
4. Pretty pink Himalayan salt scrub
The pink Himalayan salt is rich in magnesium which relieves tired muscles and helps you relax.
So exfoliating your feet with the Pink Himalayan foot scrub will not only buff and moisturize your feet.
It would also soothe your tired feet.
It’s made with natural moisturizing coconut oil and pink salt.
5. Rich rose petals bath salts
If you’re looking for affordable yet luxurious bath salts, this homemade rose petals bath salt is what you need.
These bath salts contain moisturizing rose petals blended into bits.
So it can infuse your bath water and moisturize your skin.
It also contains magnesium salt, rose petals, and rose and lavender essential oils to help you relax and improve your mood.
Check out the rose petals bath salts.
6. Hard sugar wax recipe for smooth skin
If you want a less painful way to remove hairs from your skin without paying high spa fees, check out this homemade hard sugar wax.
You can make this DIY sugaring wax at home with only four ingredients.
And you’d enjoy hair-free skin for weeks.
Check out my hard sugar wax recipe.
7. Moisturizing aloe vera sugar scrub
Aloe vera has many benefits, like moisturizing, brightening dark spots, and soothing skin inflammation.
And this aloe vera sugar scrub contains natural aloe vera gel, sugar, and carrier oil.
But ensure to make a little batch of this natural exfoliant at a time.
And use it up the same day.
Because aloe vera scrubs don’t last whether in the fridge or not.
8. Emollient oatmeal brown sugar scrub
Another great natural DIY skin care recipe is this oatmeal brown sugar scrub.
This scrub was made with oatmeal flour (blend it yourself), brown sugar, and coconut oil.
So it is packed with the emollient benefits of oatmeal.
And the exfoliation and moisturization properties of sugar and coconut oil.
Check out the oatmeal brown sugar scrub recipe.
9. Foaming coffee sugar scrub
Foaming scrubs can be used as a soap and exfoliant at the same.
So you wash your body straight up with a soapy scrub.
Or you can use them after a shower for added exfoliation.
But what I noticed about store-bought foaming exfoliants is that they don’t contain enough granules to scrub my skin.
So I made this rich foaming coffee scrub with three ingredients to exfoliate my skin in the shower.
10. Relaxing Epsom salt foot soak
Do you fancy a foot soak now and then?
Then you’d enjoy this homemade Epsom salt foot soak.
You can make this foot soak with just Epsom salt, baking soda, lime and lemon zest, and essential oils.
Soaking your feet in this Epsom salt foot soak will soften tough heels and soles.
And also relieves sore feet.
Make sure to add it to your pedicure routine on self-care day.
11. Avocado honey body mask DIY
Avocado is an excellent ingredient for natural DIY skin care recipes.
And this homemade avocado body mask is packed with natural oils and their skin-hydrating benefits.
It also contains honey, which moisturizes and locks in moisture.
After using this avocado body mask, your skin will feel and look supple and moisturized.
Check out the avocado honey body mask here.
12. Brightening honey lemon face mask
This honey lemon mask is an excellent addition to your at-home facial routine.
You can make this brightening face mask with two ingredients in small quantities.
Using this homemade lemon honey face mask helps your skin glow naturally.
Because lemon is known to brighten the skin and reduce oiliness.
While honey moisturizes and improves skin texture.
Check out the recipe for a DIY honey lemon face mask.
13. Cucumber face spritz
Cucumbers are high in water, so using them on the skin improves hydration.
Also, they have skin-soothing properties meaning they relieve inflammation on the skin.
And this DIY face spritz is made with cucumber juice and essential oils.
Plus, a few other ingredients to calm your skin after sun exposure.
So this will be useful after relaxing in the sun during summer or year-round.
Here’s how to make the DIY cucumber face spritz.
14. Zesty orange melt-and-pour soap
Homemade soaps are fun to make and use.
And this orange melt-and-pour soap is one of my favorites.
It contains a gentle glycerine soap base, orange zest, and essential oil.
This soap is excellent for showers during summer as it is not oily.
See the orange melt-and-pour soap recipe.
15. Soothing honey eye cream
Finally, if you want to make your own eye cream, you’d love this eye cream recipe.
This eye cream contains Vaseline, vitamin E oil, and honey.
This eye cream helps reduce dark circles and brightens the skin around your eyes.
It also hydrates and improves the skin’s texture.
Check out the DIY honey eye cream.
Conclusion: 15 natural DIY skin care recipes to make now
So that’s 15 natural DIY skin care recipes to give you a jumpstart at making homemade skincare products.
Remember that you can tweak some recipes to your liking.
Also, do a patch test before using homemade skin care recipes on your skin to avoid burns or rashes.
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