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Home beauty care can easily be done with ingredients that you already have around your house or can find at the grocery store. Fruits, vegetables, oils and dairy products have ingredients that will cleanse, soothe and nourish the skin. For deep pore

Homemade Deep Pore Cleansing

Home beauty care can easily be done with ingredients that you already have around your house or can find at the grocery store. Fruits, vegetables, oils and dairy products have ingredients that will cleanse, soothe and nourish the skin. For deep pore cleaning, face masks are usually the best way to get the dirt out. Preparing your skin before and after can make the results of the face mask even more effective and longer lasting.

Skill level:Easy

Things you need

2 Tbsp oatmeal4 Tbsp brown rice powder1 tsp kelp powder1 Tbsp plain yoghurt1 tsp honeywater1 Tbsp plain gelatin1 1/2 Tbsps milk1 cup distilled water2/3 cup witch hazel1/2 cup lemon juice118ml jojoba oil4 drops lavender essential oilGlass jarsDouble boilerGlass or ceramic mixing bowlsTowelKettleDark, glass bottle with tightly fitting stopper

Instructions

1 Mix oatmeal, brown rice powder, kelp powder, yoghurt and honey with enough water to make a paste in a mixing bowl. The paste should not be thin and runny. Rub the paste on your face in gentle circles avoiding the skin around the eyes. Let it sit on your skin for up to 10 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. This will gently cleanse and exfoliate your skin.

2 Boil water in a kettle and pour it into a glass or ceramic bowl. Put a large towel over your head and let the steam from the water surround your face. Do not put your face too close to the bowl or the steam may scald you. Let your face steam for 10 minutes. Pat dry. Alternatively, add essential oils or flower petals to the steaming water to add to the experience. Steaming will open your pores allowing them to be easily cleaned.

3 Mix gelatin and milk together and warm in the microwave for 10 seconds. Apply the warm mixture to your face gently using your fingers or a small spatula. Avoid the eye area. Let the mask sit for 10 to 15 minutes and then peel it off. The gelatin will tighten as it dries and will remove much of the debris in your pores.

4 Pour lemon juice, distilled water and witch hazel into a dark, glass bottle. Shake well. Pour some of the liquid onto a cotton cloth and gently wipe your face. Avoid the eyes. This will remove any excess products from your face and will close your newly cleaned pores.

5 Add 40 drops of essential oil to four ounces of jojoba oil in a dark, glass bottle. Cap and shake well. Spread the oil gently onto your face with your fingers. This oil is quickly absorbed into your skin and will hydrate your skin and make a protective barrier.

Tips and warnings

Keep all of your skin care product in dark, glass jars in the fridge. Light and heat will cause the products to oxidise and spoil. Only make enough of each item to last three to five days as they do not have preservatives and won't last long.

Always be gentle around your eyes. Even the vapours from some of the ingredients can make your eyes burn. The skin around your eyes is very delicate and should be treated carefully.

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