All-Natural Face Wash with Manuka Honey and Rose Water
Updated: Nov 23, 2019
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This DIY homemade facial cleanser uses organic ingredients and is suitable for all skin types, including the most sensitive ones, which makes it a great choice for all the family. Scroll down to discover its benefits!
Benefits of the selected ingredients:
Rose Water is rich in vitamin C which boosts collagen and prevents premature aging. Not only it is an exceptional ingredient for sensitive skin, but it also has strong anti-inflammatory and astringent properties. Aloe Vera Gel cleanses, moisturizes and soothes skin. It also has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Honey, especially Manuka honey, is great for acne and scar treatment; it has clarifying and anti-aging properties; it also gives a real boost to skin complexion thanks to its moisturizing and soothing properties. Rosehip Seed oil deeply moisturizes, treats wrinkles, brightens skin, boosts collagen formation, reduces inflammation, protects against sun damage, helps skin regain elasticity and fades scars. Ho Wood oil supports healthy regeneration of skin cells, helps smooth fine lines and wrinkles, softens scar tissues and maintains the elasticity of the skin. It also has antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Frankincense Frereana oil promotes healthy skin, treats acne and fades acne scars, prevents premature aging, regulates oily skin, treats dry skin and soothes inflammation.
Add the honey and rose water to a mixing bowl, then whisk until the ingredients are well combined. Pour all the ingredients in a 16oz foaming soap dispenser. Stir gently. Your homemade natural face wash is ready!
Shake the bottle before each use. Wash your face using small circular motions and avoiding your eye area. Rinse clean.
Beauty Tip: Apply your favorite toner and moisturizer after washing your face. You can make your own beauty products such as this DIY 2-ingredient toner and this homemade facial serum with Rose oils.
If you have any questions, feel free to comment below!
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