Home Remedies For Skin Cleansing At Home


Beautiful clear skin is highly desirable and you may come across hundreds and thousands of skin care and beauty care products in stores and online retailers. Surveys suggest that women as well as men spend thousands of dollars every month to improve the texture, appearance and outlook of their skin.Although there are numerous skin care products on the market that promise to give you smooth and flawless skin, they can be expensive and some even have harsh ingredients that can damage your skin. Luckily, your skin can become smooth and clear with the help of some readily available natural ingredients.It is very important to keep the pores free of clogs to prevent blackheads and acne. The best way to get rid of clogged pores is to follow a good daily skin care regimen. Regular exfoliation of your skin will remove dead skin cells, oil, dirt and other impurities that lead to clogged pores.Many home remedies can help you get rid of clogged pores so you can enjoy smoother, younger looking skin. These are some great homemade facial cleansers for you to try.


  Home Remedies For Skin Cleansing At Home

Yogurt and Honey 



  • Yogurt is a very good cleanser for dry skin. Take one tablespoon of yogurt and mix one teaspoon of honey. Apply it on forehead, face and neck.Let it stand for two minutes and wash with cold water.
Lemon Juice



  • Lemon juice can be applied on the skin for about 20 minutes every day and washed off after that. Lemon will remove the top layers of skin and lightens your skin with its bleaching action, leaving it bright and wonderfully clear.
Baking Soda

  • Dilute a pinch of baking soda in a lot of water and splash your face with it. Rinse thoroughly with clean water afterwards Dont use too much baking soda and never let the baking soda water dry on your skin. The granules are kind of abrasive when dry.
Grain Powder



  • A fine grain powder can help absorb oil and get rid of dead skin cells that clog pores. Grind and sift 2 teaspoons of dry oats, then moisten with some witch hazel to form a paste. Using your fingertips, massage this paste gently into your skin, then rinse it away with warm water.
Cucumber



  • Take a thick slice of cucumber. Dont peel the slice, rub in a circular motion all over the face and neck areas. Wash after 15 minutes.
 Papaya



  • To use papaya as a skin toner, mash a few pieces of ripe papaya and apply it as a facial mask. Keep it on for about 15 minutes and then wash it off with lukewarm water.Regular application of papaya juice helps reduce freckles or brown spots due to sun exposure. For extra skin lightening effect, add a slice of lemon to the papaya juice.
Sugar



  • Crush two tablespoons of sugar into powder form.Mix in the juice from half a lemon and a little water to make a thick paste.Apply the paste on the affected skin.Gently massage for five minutes in a circular motion to exfoliate.Rinse your skin with cool water and apply a moisturizer.Do this once a week to clean out and prevent clogged pores.
Cinnamon 



  • Rinse your face with water and pat dry. Mix 2 tablespoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon together until they are thoroughly blended and have formed a sort of paste. Apply the mask to your face (or spot treat) and leave on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse off completely, and pat your face dry. This is a sticky mixture, so make sure you have some paper towels at on hand.
Apple



  • Well, apple is great for everything. Apple juice or apple pulp, both are great for cleansing the skin. It gives glow and radiant look.
Milk 



  • Milk is a natural cleanser. Its good for all skin types. Take a cup of cold raw(not boiled) milk. Soak a cotton ball in the milk and dab it on your face, forehead and neck. When it dries up repeat again. Let it stand for some minutes and wash off. It leaves the skin baby soft.
Yeast



  • Yeast in a fungi, but dont be worried that it will exert a fungal infection on your skin while you use it. Applying yeast can help you keep the skin clear. Mix it with milk which is also a bleaching and moisturising agent and apply on the spots and blemishes that have invaded your skin. Leave it for a few hours and remove it with lukewarm water.
Apple Cider Vinegar 



  • Apple cider vinegar should always be diluted with some water so that it is much gentler on the skin. You can use it straight as a spot treatment though. To use it as a toner, mix one part apple cider vinegar with 8-10 parts (mineral) water and apply it on a cotton pad.
Egg White



  • Egg white masks are said to firm the skin and soak up oil. Mix one teaspoon of honey with an egg white and stir well. Then add just enough flour to make a paste. Apply the mask to your face, avoiding the eye area. (Be careful not to ingest any of the egg mixture.) Let it dry for about ten minutes, then wash it off with warm water.
Turmeric



  • Prepare a thick paste of turmeric with sugar-cane juice and apply on face to remove wrinkles and blemishes.For dry and papery skin, apply the mixture of turmeric and sandalwood paste on face.
Mint



  • To get rid of pimples, apply fresh mint juice on your face every night.For a soothing body pack, make a paste of mint leaves, lemon juice and warm water. Apply it all over your body. Allow it to dry on its own and then rinse it off with warm water.Drinking lemonade with crushed mint leaves will cool your body and help clear your skin.