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Beauty Tutorial 207 | Face Scrub

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This is the tutorial for my FACE SCRUB recipe. To try my other DIY beauty products, click here.


Ingredients
1/4 Cup Oil - I used Grapeseed, but you can use Sweet Almond, Coconut, Jojoba, Olive OR Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2-3 Tablespoons Brown Sugar [OR White] - add more sugar if you want a thicker/grittier scrub. I used 2-1/2 tbsp, which was just right for my needs.
[Optional] Essential Oils for FRAGRANCE - I used 10 drops each of Lavender and Lemon

Method: Wash FACE thoroughly. You want to start with a clean, damp FACE. Give the mixture a good stir before using. Put some of the scrub in your hand [you only need a small amount]. Rub hands together and apply to entire FACE and neck in a circular motion, concentrating on those dry spots. Be careful around the eye area. Remove with a wet washcloth. Splash FACE with cool water and pat dry. That's it! No need to apply moisturizer as the oil will leave a non-greasy FILM on your FACE, which will be quickly absorbed into the skin, leaving your skin soft and smooth. You can apply the scrub to the rest of your body too. It works great as a deep-conditioning hand cream. Use daily or just a few times a week as desired.
EPG Tip 1: Got leftover coffee grounds? Don't throw them away! Let them dry out then add any of the oils listed above to the grounds to make a paste and you've got yourself an excellent body and FOOT scrub. The grounds are a bit too harsh for the FACE.
EPG Tip 2: If you prefer not to use oil on your skin, just add some sugar to your FAVOURITE FACE wash. Shake, shake, shake and voilĂ  you have your very own 2-in-1 FACE wash/scrub!

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Have fun in your kitchen!
EPGsig

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