Free Recipe – Oats and Honey Facial Cleanser

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Here’s another little at home recipe that you can use to treat yourself one day. This cleanser is particularly good if you’re prone to break-outs.

Ingredients

1/4 Cup Oats
1/2 Cup water
2 tbs Bicarbonate soda
1 tbs honey
Optional extras for oily skin
6 drops of tea tree oil
1 tsp beige clay

How-To

Blend all ingredients together.
Lasts about a week if kept in the refrigerator.
If it’s too thick you can add some extra water. Remember this will thicken up overnight as the oats absorb all of the moisture.

Notes

  1. Test on a small area before applying fully to your face and neck.
  2. Take care in the sun after using.
  3. Use once a week.

Enjoy!!

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