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July 11, 2018

Homemade Scrub for Removing Dead Skin Cells


Homemade Scrub for Removing Dead Skin Cells

It’s a universal fact that with age, the natural skin replacement cycle slows down where we experience aging of the skin. This is nothing but the accumulation of dead cells on the topmost skin layer. We cannot hold back aging, but lately, we can see even the young generation having concerns about their skin appearing dull and lifeless, full of blemishes and fine lines.

I am sure you all have tried all the possible remedies available in the cosmetic shops. But, is it effective? According to a  survey, it has been found that even the most expensive anti-aging synthetic skin care products with AHA’s have huge side effects and in the long run, they will actually make the skin duller and age faster.

Let’s take a break from chemical solutions and switch to herbal tricks instead! I assure you, you won’t have any side effects. All you need to sneak into your kitchen and put in a little bit of effort.

As we know, our body follows a certain cycle where old cells are replaced by new cells all the time. This process helps in keeping the skin healthier, smoother and radiant during our lifespan.

You can make a homemade scrub for removing dead cells and freshening up the skin. Being herbal, the natural elements of the scrub penetrate more deeply into the skin and improve blood circulation. As a result, new skin production is stimulated and it replaces the old dead skin.
Trust me! These herbal scrubs can do wonders for your skin.

Oatmeal Scrub:

Oatmeal Scrub

Oatmeal has been used since the olden days for scrubbing and exfoliating the skin. The grainy texture of this ingredient works wonders for the skin irrespective of its type, by removing dead cells, excess sebum, blackheads, whiteheads, and other impurities.

Sugar and Olive Oil Scrub:

Sugar and Olive Oil Scrub

The combination of sugar and olive oil is one of the most effective scrubs for all skin types. This solution not only removes the dead skin cells but also moisturizes your skin from within.

Coffee Scrub:

Coffee Scrub

In the list of good exfoliators, coffee holds a place of its own. Crushed coffee grounds eliminate dead skin cells and promote the production of new skin cells. In the meanwhile, the flavonol present in coffee stimulates circulation, helps improve the skin texture, repairs damaged skin and makes your skin glow.

Orange Peel Scrub:

Orange Peel Scrub

Even the peel of orange can contribute a lot in maintaining the health of your skin. Instead of throwing the orange peel, just dry it in direct sunlight and then grind it into a fine powder. Use the powder to scrub the dead cells out of your skin.

These simple homemade elements can help you maintain healthy glowing skin without any side effects in your day-to-day life. Make the most of them and stay young and beautiful!!

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