Maintaining a beautiful and radiant skin does not have to always cost a fortune. Natural homemade scrubs are great exfoliators that will keep your skin healthy and fresh.


Here’s how to make your own scrubs with simple household items;

Honey and brown sugar

Natural honey serves as a great moisturizer, especially for dry skin. Combining it with brown sugar gives you a gentle organic scrub that will rid your skin of dead skin, free your pores and leave you glowing.


Mix two tablespoons of honey and sugar in a jar, then apply on your face in a circular motion. You may wash it off with lukewarm water after five minutes.

Coconut oil and oatmeal

One of your breakfast menus can also double as your beauty regime product. Oatmeals are antioxidants that help unclog your skin. It also serves as a natural cleanser as it contains saponins.


Coconut oil contains antibacterial, antifungal components that can give your skin a healthy shine.

To make this scrub, blend your oats and ensure it doesn’t get too powdery. Add some coconut oil to form a thick paste, then your homemade scrub is ready.

Coffee and olive oil

Here’s another item in your kitchen that made it to the list of your homemade scrubs. For single use, add a tablespoon of olive oil and blended coffee to make this homemade scrub.


Rice, honey and lemon

Blend your rice into smaller grains, add half a lemon and honey until you have a thick paste. Your rice scrub is ready. Rice is rich in vitamin B which helps with cell regeneration and slows skin ageing. Lemon serves as an astringent that tightens your skin and even out your skin tone.

Yoghurt scrub

This solo scrub dissolves dead skin cells on your skin and also prevents breakouts. It also contains anti-aging and anti-wrinkle properties. Apply yoghurt once a week on your face for smooth, healthy skin.


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