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You need not necessarily be buying face scrub every time.

There are easy and proven recipes for glowing your skin ingredients from your kitchen.

Most of home ingredients suits all skin type but then also you must do patch test to check if it suits your skin or not.

Like honey, chickpea flour, etc doesn't suits many. So keep in mind to test the recipe the first time you are using them.


Brightening Oatmeal Face Scrub

Radiance, revealed! This rich, creamy face scrub is perfect for dull, tired skin, as it softens, calms redness, and gives skin a much-needed boost,

Recipe: 1 tablespoon honey 1/2 tablespoons sugar 1/4 cup milk 1/2 cup cooked oatmeal

Combine all ingredients and mix until you achieve a thick yet grainy texture. Buff onto your face, then rinse

Glow-Boosting Coffee Face Scrub

Give your complexion a jolt of caffeine for a quick brightening boost. Coffee has many rejuvenating benefits for skin—it instantly wakes up your face while gently exfoliating,

Recipe: 1/2 cup freshly ground coffee/ coffee powder 1/2 cup yogurt or milk 1 tbsp of honey

Mix ingredients together and gently smooth onto skin. Rinse with warm water.

Smoothing Coffee Sugar Face Scrub

Sugar is a classic exfoliator and for good reason: it helps to smooth skin without drying it out like salt can, Vargas explains. This sweet face scrub also contains coconut oil to help to soothe and hydrate skin, thanks to its omega-3 fatty acids. Plus, the high levels of polyphenols in matcha help to increase skin cell growth. The tiny bit of honey helps deeply nourish skin at the same time.

Recipe: 1/3 cup coconut oil 1 cup of coffee granules ( you can use mix of coarse and powdered coffee) 1 cup of sugar (not powder)

1 tsp organic honey

Mix all ingredients together and gently scrub your face, then rinse well. (Feel free to use any excess on your body.) Expert's note: This scrub should be used two or three times per week.

Aloe Vera Gel & Sugar Facial Scrub

Superfine sugar is a great kitchen ingredient to add to your scrub, the finer in grit, the better for your skin. Aloe vera is known to be soothing and healing [source] for all skin types.


1 tablespoon aloe vera gel

a sprinkle of superfine sugar

Combine the two ingredients, and after gently massaging them into your skin, leave the mixture on for a few extra minutes and then rinse well to remove.

Oatmeal and yogurt scrub

Oats aren’t just for breakfast — they’re for skin care, too. In fact, oats can be found in many types of skin care products.

Yogurt, which has natural lactic acid, can help enhance exfoliation, while jojoba oil can add moisture without clogging pores.

This scrub works well for combination skin.


  • 2 tbsp. finely ground rolled oats (organic if possible)

  • 1 tbsp. organic plain Greek yogurt

  • 1 tbsp. jojoba or coconut oil

Grind oats into a fine powder using a coffee grinder or food processor. Mix all ingredients in a mixing bowl.Apply to cleansed skin in gentle circles for about 30 to 60 seconds. Rinse the scrub from your skin with lukewarm water. Spoon any remaining mixture into an airtight container and store in the refrigerator.

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