How To Clean Your Face Naturally At Home?

What is the best way to cleanse your face?

How to Wash Your Face the Right Way

  • Wash at least every night, if not twice a day. “At the minimum, washing your face before you go to bed is critical,” Tung says.
  • Remove your makeup.
  • Divide and conquer with two face washes.
  • Use warm to cool water.
  • Consider power washing.
  • Gently pat dry.

What is a good homemade face cleanser?


How do you make homemade face cleanser?


  1. 1/3 cup castile soap Baby Mild or Tea Tree.
  2. 1/3 cup honey.
  3. 3 TB distilled water boiled water will also work.
  4. 2 TB skin-nourishing oil I use jojoba, Other options include: almond, avocado, olive, apricot, argan.

What to apply on face before sleeping?

Simply apply your favorite facial cleanser to your face and then gently massage it in with your facial cleansing brush, relaxing your skin and your face as you prepare to go to sleep.

Washing your face helps to:

  • Clear pores.
  • Remove oil from skin.
  • Prevent wrinkles.
  • Freshen your skin — and your perspective.

How do you get clear skin?

How to Get Clear Skin Once and for All: 11 Tips From Dermatologists

  1. DO: Use a Cleansing Brush.
  2. DON’T: Use Just Any Face Wash.
  3. DO: Use a Toner.
  4. DON’T: Pick, Poke or Pop Pimples.
  5. DO: Apply Topical Retinoids Before Bed.
  6. DON’T: Skip Sunscreen.
  7. DON’T: Neglect Your Diet.
  8. DO: Consider LED Light Therapy.

Is Rose water a cleanser?

“Rose water has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce the redness of irritated skin, get rid of acne, dermatitis and eczema. It is a great cleanser and aids in removing oil and dirt accumulated in clogged pores”, says Dr. Deepali Bhardwaj, Skincare Expert.

How do you exfoliate your skin?

When mechanically exfoliating, it’s important to be gentle on your skin. You can make small, circular motions using your finger to apply a scrub or use your exfoliating tool of choice. If you use a brush, make short, light strokes. Exfoliate for about 30 seconds and then rinse off with lukewarm — not hot — water.