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10 Facial Cleanser That Won't Make You Want To Use Soap Ever Again

Tired of using soaps that caused unwanted effects on your pretty face? Do you hate it whenever your skin becomes dry or feels tight after using a particular soap or facial cleanser that you regularly buy? That's so frustrating! Want to try something new? I know.. I know, facial cleanser is essential for your daily skin care regimen. I am not telling you to stop using it. I'm here to give you an alternative way and will naturally cleanse without using soap or any chemical-laden products.

10 Natural facial cleanser

Milk [caption id="attachment_619" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image under cc license, shared by rosipaw via Flickr[/caption] Milk as a facial cleanser? Absolutely, yes! It benefits both outside and inside of your body. It's always a good idea to use whole milk because the fat and proteins will keep your skin moisturized and plump. Plus-- the lactic acid in milk works in removing dead skin cells, too! Simply pour enough amount into the palm of your hands, you can always freely decide how much you want to use, so go ahead. Massage it gently into your face in a circular motion. Rinse with warm water. You'll love the super soft feeling afterwards!

Honey [caption id="attachment_621" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image under cc license, shared by Andreas Levers via Flickr[/caption] Honey is an excellent facial cleanser for all skin types. Those who have sensitive and acne prone skin will surely benefit from using this because honey has a healing properties that helps in reducing redness and soothes irritated skin. A regular use of this can make your skin look younger while giving you an instant soft and supple skin. Apply honey all over your dry face, no pre-water wash. Let it on your skin for 15-30 minutes, then rinse with warm water. You' get an instant soft and well moisturized skin!

Yogurt [caption id="attachment_622" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image: Bigstock[/caption] I said yogurt, I mean plain yogurt and not the flavored one. Once again, those who have sensitive and acne prone skin will benefit from using it as a facial cleanser. Why? Because it exfoliates the skin in a gentle manner while clearing up those annoying blemishes and skin discolorations. Yogurt also offers a natural way to reduce wrinkles! Prepare 2 teaspoons of yogurt, if you're not allergic to lemon, you can add 2 drops into your yogurt and mix them. Apply it on your face and leave it for 20 to 30 minutes or until it dries. Rinse with warm water while giving your face a gentle massage in a circular motion.

Oats [caption id="attachment_623" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image: Bigstock[/caption] You love eating oatmeal? Well, your skin also do. Feed your skin with oats and you'll get a soft and well moisturized skin in return. It exfoliates the skin gently thus perfect for those who have sensitive skin. You will only need 1 tablespoon of oatmeal and soak it in a small amount of warm water, then mix them well to make a paste. You can also add drops of lemon if you want. Massage the mixture onto your face and use warm water in rinsing your delicious facial cleanser. :)

Eggs [caption id="attachment_624" align="aligncenter" width="731"] Image under cc license, shared by Samuel M. Livingston via Flickr[/caption] The protein and sulfur in eggs make it a great facial cleanser for those who have acne prone skin. Egg yolks have natural cleansing properties while egg whites take charge in toning the skin. Whip one egg in a small bowl, then start applying it into your face and allow it to dry. Wash it off with warm water and give it a gentle massage in a circular motion.

Sugar [caption id="attachment_625" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image under cc license, shared by Melissa Wiese via Flickr[/caption] Sugar cleanses and exfoliates the skin while giving it a lovely shine. Use a very fine sugar and mix it with a small amount of water, enough to make a paste mixture. If you have a dry skin, you may want to use olive oil instead of water. And for oily skin, you can use aloe vera instead. You can also add lemon if you want. Massage the mixture into your face-- gently, okay.. Next is to rinse it off with a warm water.

Avocado [caption id="attachment_626" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image under cc license, shared by liz west via Flickr[/caption] Avocado is rich in vitamin E and is best in conditioning not only for hair but also for the skin! It nourishes, moisturizes and cleanses skin while making it soft. Simply mash a ripe avocado in a small bowl and combine it with lemon. Apply it on your face and let your skin absorb the moisture for 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water, and you'll notice a well moisturized skin afterwards!

Pineapple [caption id="attachment_628" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image under cc license, shared by Tom Allender via Flickr[/caption] If you're someone who wants to have regular exfoliation with your skin, this one might be good for you. The bromelain in pineapple works as anti-inflammatory, which is a plus for those who have acne prone skin. Dead skin cells are also targeted with this pineapple facial cleanser. Rub a small slice of pineapple into your dry skin, or if you want to use the juice, you can do so, and apply it on your face and avoid the eye area. Let it stay on your skin for 5 minutes then rinse with warm water. This will make your skin looking fresh and fair.

Cucumber [caption id="attachment_629" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image under cc license, shared by Karen and Brad Emerson via Flickr[/caption] Cucumber is well known for its soothing and cooling effect. Aside from that, it sends the puffines away! Those who have sensitive and acne prone skin will enjoy it because it can reduce the redness and inflammation. Cut 2 thin cucumber slices and set it aside. Pulse the remaining cucumber in a blender, then apply it on your face. When you're done, cover your eyes with 2 slices of cucumber, and leave it for 10-15 minutes and relax.. When time is up, rinse it with warm water.

Oil [caption id="attachment_630" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image under cc license, shared by Teresa Trimm via Flickr[/caption] And this is one of my favorite facial cleanser! If you have oily skin, this will also help you with the oily issues. Why? Because oil removes oil. For oil cleansing, you can use any or blend them together if you want-- virgin coconut oil, olive oil, castor oil, or almond oil. I usually use castor oil, sometimes coconut oil. You'll simply apply the oil to your face and massage it in a circular motion. Let it on your skin for a few minutes then rinse off with warm water. This will make your skin feeling soft and more radiant. And if you are bothered with your post acne marks, castor oil will help to fade them away! Still hesitant and worries about removing heavy makeup? You can always use oil before starting to wash your face with any of the mentioned cleanser, see-- still natural and no chemical!

So, what's your bet? Which of these natural facial cleansers would you like to try? Or, have you tried one before? It will be great if you share it in the comments below..

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