DIY Organic Facial Cleansers

It’s pamper time! Indulging in quality natural products is great, but sometimes you’re on a tight budget and simply can’t afford to buy yourself quality facial products. Here’s a great Natural Facial Regimen that’s affordable and full of natural and organic ingredients, but if you prefer to make your own, it’s simple!

You can make natural facial products with ingredients that can be found in your kitchen. Who knew?! Homemade and all – natural cleanser, cream, facial mask and cleaning products are easy, quick and extremely rewarding DIY projects. Let’s get started with a few DIY Organic Facial Cleansers. 

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Coconut Oil Cleanser

This is a perfect solution for dull and greyish skin. Coconut oil alone can be used to cleanse the skin, without harsh chemicals. It gently reduces moisture lost through the pores, bringing back the smooth and healthy look of your face. Don’t worry if you have oily skin, coconut oil is actually good at balancing your skin and decreasing shine. It also contains antimicrobial properties to eliminate acne and keep your skin healthy and glowing.

Ingredients:

  • 1 Tbsp Coconut Oil (that’s it!)

Directions:  

Gently massage the coconut oil into your skin. Open up the pores by applying a warm towel onto your face. There you go, it’s simple and easy. With some basic coconut oil, you can turn your bathroom into a spa! 

Olive Oil Night Cream

If you prefer not to use coconut oil, consider using olive oil instead. This organic product contains nutrients that your face will appreciate. The good fats in the olive oil will help cut off the number of free radicals, guilty for the skin aging. It can also help alleviate sunburns and irritated skin.

Ingredients: 

  • 1/2 Cup Olive Oil
  • 1/4 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1/4 Cup Water

Directions:

Gently mix together ingredients in a glass bowl. Once blended, apply to your skin at bedtime. This night cream will lighten the dark marks and brighten your skin.

Honey and Lemon Mask

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These two ingredients contain everything your skin needs. Honey is antiseptic and full of antioxidants that improve the condition of skin. It also slows down the aging process and is a great natural moisturizer. The lemon contains citric acid and enzymes that kill bacteria causing acne and other skin problems.

Ingredients: 

  • 2 tsp honey
  • 1 tsp lemon juice

Directions:  

Mix together honey and lemon in a glass bowl. Apply to your skin and leave it on your face until it dries. Rinse with warm water. Enjoy bright, balanced, beautiful skin! 

Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic

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If you run out of toner or tonic, check your kitchen cabinet. You might not know it, but the pH of the apple cider vinegar is close to the ideal pH of human skin. This natural cleaning product will restore the normal state of your skin, preventing it from getting too oily or dry. Apple cider vinegar can also effectively deal with the clogged pores and the horrid breakouts.

Ingredients:

  • 1/4 Cup Apple Cider Vinega
  • 1/4 Cup Water

Directions: 

Pour ingredients in a clean bottle with lid. Shake gently to combine and then dab a small amount of the liquid on a cotton pad. Gently apply to your face. If your skin feels too dry or tight, be sure to follow with your regular moisturizer.

Yogurt Facial Massage

The lactic acid and in the yogurt will stimulate the natural exfoliation of your skin, while the proteins will tighten the pores. The delicious ingredient will reduce fine lines by hydrating your face. You can also use for cleaning your make – up. Simply massage plain yogurt or plain Greek yogurt onto your face. Then wait for a couple of minutes and wash. 

Final Thoughts

DIY Organic facial cleansers don’t have to be difficult or complex. With a few basic ingredients you can make your own skincare regimens right in your kitchen. Don’t be afraid to go natural! Give it a try, you’ll get hooked. 🙂 Also, don’t miss my recent post on DIY Organic Cleaning Solutions and if you’re looking for a carpet cleaner in Wimbledon? – click here


Heather Roberts is a freelance guest blogger from London, UK. She has got many published articles on various topics such as house cleaning, green carpet cleaning, home and garden etc. She loves to spend her time with family and friends and she also tries to live an eco-friendly life.

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Heather Roberts is a freelance guest blogger from London, UK. She has got many published articles on various topics such as cleaning, organizing, home and garden etc. She loves to spend her time with family and friends and she also tries to live an eco-friendly life.

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Heather Roberts is a freelance guest blogger from London, UK. She has got many published articles on various topics such as cleaning, organizing, home and garden etc. She loves to spend her time with family and friends and she also tries to live an eco-friendly life.

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15 Comments

  1. I used to use the vinger spray when I was a teen. Worked likea charm. Using yogurt is new tome. I’m going to try; thanks.

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    • It’s so great to have facial treatments right in your kitchen cabinet Lea. I love using natural products on my skin. It’s so much better! 🙂

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  2. That’s interesting, about how apple cider vinegar has the same ph as skin. It’s so interesting how much there is to learn about green cleaning. Thanks for sharing!

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    • It really is an interesting fact! I love learning about natural remedies and methods. It’s so enlightening. 🙂

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  3. I’m so glad to have found this at the Healthy, Happy and Green hop! I’ve been trying more and more to use natural ingredients in my beauty regimen. I’ll definitely try all of the recipes here that are vegan. Thanks so much for sharing – pinning for future reference!

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    • Thanks so much Jen! I’m really happy you liked this post. 🙂

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  4. I love to make my own natural skin care products so I am delighted that you shared your healthy and wonderful DIY Organic Facial Cleansers with us on the Healthy Happy Green and Natural Party Blog Hop. I appreciate it. I’m pinning and sharing.

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    • Thanks so much Deborah! I’m so happy you found the post useful. Love your natural party blog hop! 🙂

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  5. I love all array of facial cleansers. I especially love coconut oil – I use it a lot of my face and all my skin. I also like the yogurt which I use too. Visiting from Healthy Happy Green & Natural blog hop. Twitted.

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    • Thanks so much Marla! I love coconut oil too. Raw honey is also fabulous! 🙂

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  6. Completely for being to care for the skin by natural means! The main thing – daily care, good nutrition, healthy living and hygiene! Excellent article and website!

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  7. Love Love Love DIY facial masks. My husband thinks i am crazy, but I know they work! Especially the honey and lemon mask, because I have oily skin. From my experience, the yogurt mask would work better for dry skin or in the winter.

    Just a tip : I add a pinch of cinnamon powder to my honey and lemon. It acts as a gentle exfoliate and is packed with anti-oxidants.

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    • Oh I love this tip with the cinnamon. Thanks Tess!

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