Make My Monday

Monday, June 24, 2013

Every Monday we are going to bring you a Beauty product which can be made at home whether its a Face Mask or a Body Scrub, we will try and use a minimal amount of ingredients and ingredients that you can use on a every day basis.

I thought for the 1st week I would keep it really simple and use ingredients that everyone will have to hand in their home. 

Today I am going to show you a really simple scrub using 2 ingredients all you need is your everyday facial cleansing cream or any that you need using up, and a few spoons of sugar.

Steps
1. Wash your face thoroughly using warm water and a soft clean cloth and sure hands are nice a clean too.

2. Put about 1 tsp of cleanser into the palm of your hand making sure its a cream formula one. Any brand can be used. 

3. Add 2 tsps of Sugar (preferably caster or fine grain) into the cleanser and mix with your fingers to make a gritty paste. 

4. Rub lightly into the face in a circular motion been careful around the delicate eye area. Make sure you get into the side of the nose and any dry patches you my have. 

5. Wet a wash cloth with warm water and gently wipe face to remove the scrub rinsing cloth under water when needed until all face scrub is removed.

6. Once all mask is removed and face is clean splash face with cold water. This will close the pores and freshen your skin. Pat dry with a soft towel.

This can be made on a larger scale in a bowl and just be popped into a airtight container ready to be used the next time.

Hope you enjoyed this and look out for more homemade beauty products each and every Monday where we will be looking at the best products for dry, oily and Acne prone skin. 

Thanks For Reading 

Carrieanne xx


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15 comments

  1. I might have to try this! Great idea :)!

    laurenslittleblogs.blogspot.co.uk
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    1. So much cheaper than buying a separate product

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  2. I love a good DIY, though always put off by the mess it might create. Might try this when I move to a bigger place with a proper set up. Kitchen/room is WAY too messy in my current place. Thanks for following by the way, I followed you back. x

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    1. Would you like to follow each other on Bloglovin as well by the way? x

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  3. This is such a good idea! I have try soon! xx

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  4. This looks great! I would love to try this out for myself!

    Rebecca
    www.winnipegstyle.ca

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  5. This is a great idea! I'll have to try it
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  6. such a neat idea - why have i never though of this before?! it will be a life saver when i'm low on cash back at university!

    bec X
    honeythumb.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Yeh such a good alternative to expensive scrubs x

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  8. Lovely idea <3
    Maybe you want to follow each other? Let me know;)

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  9. LOVE THIS POST! Soo cool, I am about to follow you. Maybe you could head over to my blog and follow me too? PS- Love the design of you blog!
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  10. I do this about twice a week but I like to mix the sugar with olive oil... works great and it's super cheap. Love it!

    Sarah
    Eyeshadow Addicts Anonymous

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    1. I use olive and sugar for my legs leave them beautiful and soft xx

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Thank you for reading
I read all of my comments and am grateful for each and every one

Lots of Love

Carrieanne xx

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