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DIY face wash. I'm going to give this a try. But I'll substitute the soap (johnson's baby wash) with burts bees or something without parabens and maybe sub the olive oil for something else like coconut oil - but what a great idea! i never use soap to wash my face and it makes a big differnce especially in the winter months

DIY: Honey Lemon Face Wash Ingredients: 1/4 C Olive Oil 1/8 C Liquid Castile Soap 1/4 C Honey 1/8 C Organic Lemon Juice 1 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar 2 Tbsp Vitamin E oil 10 Drops of essential oils: grapefruit, sweet orange, lemon (optional) Mix all together in blender and blend in bursts on gentlest setting. + pour into convenient bottle.

Homemade facewash - the oil cleansing method

Olive Oil as a face wash!- hmmmm I might need to try this! "Oil dissolves oil"

I have coconut oil. I will try for a few days before getting the other ingredients. I will report back with results

Scalp care with essential-oils for people of color

Love this. Been using it daily for months. It's awesome and my face has never been so free of breakouts!!!!! Honey face wash: 1/4 cup honey, 1.5 tsp - 1.5 TBS cinnamon, 1/2 - 2 tsp. nutmeg. Combine in a container and use 1 tsp. per wash (2-3 times/week) On off days, use just honey.

lemon & honey foaming face wash, lemon-mango mint scrub,

DIY Oil Face Wash. BONUS!: To help with blackheads (which I tend to get in my T-zone) I simply use a baking soda paste. Every few days while washing my face in the morning with the Olay wash, I simply tap my finger in some baking soda a few times and dot it on my forehead, nose and chin. Then, I scrub lightly for about a minute, rinse it off and apply my moisturizer.

DIY Dill & Milk Moisturizing Face Wash Step 1: Cut fresh aloe lengthwise down the middle & scoop out 1 teaspoon gel (or use store-bought pure gel). Step 2: In a small bowl, combine aloe with 1/2 cup milk and 1 teaspoon freshly chopped dill. Stir until smooth. Step 3: Massage mixture on damp skin for a full minute and rinse with warm, then cold, water. Pat dry.

DIY face wash with olive oil, castor oil and honey (I added tea tree oil for my acne). Cheap, easy and it works (my skin is looking better and I don't need a moisturizer afterwards)!