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No matter how well you take care of your skin, there are going to be times when your everyday routine just won’t cut it and you need to give your skin a little extra TLC.

Instead of shelling out your hard-earned cash for a drugstore face scrub, get crafty at home and DIY yourself with items straight from your pantry!

Coffee and Cocoa Face Scrub

coffee skincare, coffee face scrub, diy skincare, homemade skincareIf you’re looking for glowing, bright skin than look no further than your favorite morning drink! This easy to make mask can reduce redness and help inflamed, puffy skin settle down. If you have dry skin and need a bit of extra moisture, try adding a bit of honey for hydrated and supple skin.

Empty ground coffee and cacao into a bowl, and add sugar, vanilla, and sweet almond oil. Mix thoroughly, until it reaches a consistency like damp sand. Wash face as usual. Then use a couple teaspoons of scrub at a time, testing a small area of your face or neck before applying all over.

Peach Facial Scrub

peach skincare, peach face scrub, natural diy skincare, diy skincare, diy face maskThis face scrub isn’t just going to revitalize your skin, it smells and feels absolutely amazing on your face! Of all the fruits you can use in skincare, peaches are one of the most powerful thanks to the fact that they contain alpha-hydroxy acids which gently exfoliate your face. It will help clear out dead skin cells but it will also help turn over the cells in your face, leaving you looking years younger.

All you’ll need for this easy DIY is some peaches, a splash of honey and some brown sugar. We also suggest mixing in a carrier oil like coconut or olive oil to help sooth the face and leave it glowing all day long!

Sugar and Salt Scrubs

diy face scrub, face scrub, homemade skincare, sugar scrub, salt scrubThis scrub is special because it won’t only help your face but can pull double duty as a body exfoliant too. Most sugar and salt scrubs are super easy to make and can be the perfect base if you’re feeling adventurous and want to test out your own recipes. Salt and sugar scrubs will be one of the easiest and more effective ways to remove dead skin, help get the blood flowing to the surface, and smooth away any roughness.

One of our favorite DIY scrubs with sugar or salt is to mix it with a few drops of lemon juice, which will help clarify the skin, and then add some honey which will nourish and brighten the skin while the sugar and salt get to work exfoliating.

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