A cleanser helps in removing the impurities which sit on the skin. However, the trick here is that there are different skin types and you must find a cleanser which suits your skin type to benefit from it the most. Here are some tips which you can follow while making your cleanser and also some 100% natural remedies using which you can make your chemical-free cleanser at your very home…

Tips on Making Cleanser for Your Skin Type
Tips on Making Cleanser for Your Skin Type


Tips for Making Cleanser

Identify Your Skin Type

Before making your cleanser, you must identify your skin type. A normal skin would mean there is no excess oil or dryness on the skin. Oily skin is usually one which creates excess sebum and clogs pores. Dry skin is one which is flaky and also damaged.

Cleanser Consistencies

There can be multiple consistencies of a cleanser. It ranges from thick and creamy to gel-like. If you have normal skin type, you can choose whichever cleanser you are comfortable with. If you have oily skin, prefer gel-based cleanser. If you have dry skin, choose a moisturiser-based cleanser.

Watch the Cleansing Time

A lot of people recommend cleansing the face for a long time as this helps in removing the dirt from the pores. However, we say limit the cleansing time. Prolonged cleansing can make the skin extremely dry, causing the pores to produce excess sebum which clogs them. Go easy on the cleansing time.

Keep sulphate Away

Sulphate is the ingredients which strip the natural oil from the skin. Make sure that when you make your cleanser, you keep the products contaning sulphates far away

DIY Cleanser

Cleanser For Normal Skin

Things you will need:

 Chickpea Powder  2 tbsp
 Turmeric Powder  1 Tsp
 Milk  As required
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Procedure:

  1. Take a bowl, add chickpea powder, turmeric powder and milk in it.
  2. Mix well to make a paste.
  3. Apply this on your skin and massage in a circular motion for 5 minutes.
  4. Rinse it off using lukewarm water and pat the skin dry.
  5. Finish by applying a light moisturizer on it.

Use this treatment 1-2 times in a week.

Chickpea helps in exfoliating the skin and removing impurities off it. Turmeric powder kills the bacteria that causes skin damage. Milk moisturizes the skin while brightening it.

Cleanser For Dry Skin

Things you will need:

 Greek Yoghurt  2 tbsp
 Honey  1-2 Tsp
 Blueberries  1-2

Procedure:

  1. Take a bowl, add yoghurt, honey and blueberries juice in it.
  2. Mix all the ingredients really well.
  3. Apply this mixture onto your skin and massage for 1-2 minutes.
  4. Rinse it off using cold water and pat the skin dry.
  5. Finish by applying a light moisturizer in it.

Use this twice every day for best results.

Yoghurt kills the bacteria that cause skin damage. Honey contains emollient properties which moisturize the skin while blueberries fight the free radicals.

Cleanser For Oily Skin

Things you will need:

 Milk  3 tbsp
 Orange Peel Powder  1 Tsp

Procedure:

  1. Mix both milk and orange peel powder in a bowl.
  2. Apply it onto the face and massage for 1-2 minutes.
  3. Rinse it off using cold water.
  4. Pat the skin dry and finish by applying a light moisturizer.

Use this cleanser thrice every day for best results.

Milk brightens the skin while orange contains vitamin C, which helps in repairing the skin damage whilst absorbing excess oil.


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Vani Kambali

Health and Wellness Content Writer at Glowpink
Health and wellness content writer at Glowpink, I find my solace in the words that I cook and serve to people for them to benefit from it. With my growing interest in health, wellness and travel sectors, I concentrate on capturing the things that I read and see from my eye and deliver it to people in the crispest manner for them to experience and take back something from it.
The story of my life- I hate writing, I love having written- Dorothy Parker
Vani Kambali

Vani Kambali

Health and Wellness Content Writer
Health and wellness content writer at Glowpink, I find my solace in the words that I cook and serve to people for them to benefit from it. With my growing interest in health, wellness and travel sectors, I concentrate on capturing the things that I read and see from my eye and deliver it to people in the crispest manner for them to experience and take back something from it. The story of my life- I hate writing, I love having written- Dorothy Parker

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