Easy, Natural and Inexpensive Scrubs for A Glowing Skin

To have a glowing, clear skin, you need to have a solid skin regimenAnd exfoliation is an important part of that. 

That’s why scrubs are a must when it comes down to your beauty routine.

But why are scrubs necessary?

Because you will get to enjoy smoother skin, elbows, and knees.

Using a body scrub regularly will:

  • Reduce breakout on your neck, face or back.
  • Diminish the appearance of dark spots or age spots.
  • Minimize the appearance of large pores.
  • Allow your moisturizer to work better.
  • Prevent the reappearance of ingrown hairs.
  • Make hair removal easier.
  • Lower stress and anxiety levels.

But unfortunately, skin care treatments at a salon or spa can be quite expensive.

And not many people can afford it.

However, you don’t need to spend a lot of money or acquire costly products to maintain the health of your skin.

Related: Natural Skin Care: A Healthier Alternative To Toxic, Commercial Products

Pick The PERFECT Scrub For Your Skin Type

All you need – in order to have a glowing, smooth skin – is to know your skin type and make a proper face scrub.

Also, most of the ingredients are lying around in your kitchen.


Oily Skin

Is when your skin produces sebum (a naturally healthy skin lubricant) in excess.

You can recognize it by observing that your face is shiny, has blemishes, and pimples.

This type of complexion is susceptible to clogged pores, blackheads, and buildup of dead skin cells on the surface of the skin.

It can be sallow and rough in texture and tends to have large, clearly visible pores everywhere, except around the eyes and neck.

Scrub for Oily Skin


  • part sea salt
  • part lemon juice


  1. Mix into a paste and gently scrub face for 1 to 2 minutes.
  2. Rinse off.

Tip: Make sure the salt is thoroughly ground so to not scar your face.

Dry Skin

Is caused by harsh soaps, itchy clothing, misusing moisturizer, and long, hot showers.

Moreover, even certain medications and a few medical conditions such as diabetes, psoriasis, hypothyroidism, and malnutrition can make your skin dry.

Identifying the cause of your ailment will give you a better perspective on how to treat your skin.

Related: Do You Have A Dry Or Dehydrated Skin? Here’s The Important Difference

Scrub for Dry Skin


  • two parts sugar (white or brown)
  • one-part oil (almond, coconut, or olive)


  1. Mix into a paste and gently scrub your face for 1 to 2 minutes.
  2. Rinse off with water.

Tip: After the scrub use Shea or cocoa butter to hydrate your skin.

Body Scrubs

This beauty treatment should never be left out of your weekly rituals.

The skin on your body requires attention as well.

With all the perspiration that it goes through, a weekly scrub is just what you need to unclog pores and make sure blackheads are not as prone to develop.

Scrub for Your Body


  • two parts grounded coffee (or oatmeal)
  • one-part coconut oil


  1. Mix into a paste and gently scrub your skin in circular motions.
  2. Rinse off with plenty of water.

Making time for yourself once a week to take care of your skin is going to show. You will give your skin the chance to shed off its dead skin and be able to breathe.

Related: Your Habits – The Cornerstone Of A Silky Smooth Skin

All of the ingredients are natural, non-invasive, and (as you will see) extremely effective.

Please try them and let me know how your skin is feeling.

Are there any other skin treatments that you swear by? 

Let us know in the comments below.

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