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.
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
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.
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