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    Coffee is a great exfoilator for your body but not for your face. When exfoilating your face be gentle do not scrub too hard as this will cause damage.

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    **Carol Belanger** Female

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    Feb 2009

    Default cornmeal

    I mix in a little cornmeal with my facial cleanser when I feel like I need a good scrub. It really works and all you need is a little.

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    Good and easy tip Carol. I am going to try it. Well, as soon as I remember to buy cornmeal.

  4. #14


    Thanks for provide the natural and home made exfoliators, which are very helpful to keep skin healthy.

  5. #15

    Default Re: Baking Soda

    I think baking soda makes a great exfoliator

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    **Erin** Female

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    Jan 2012


    The brown sugar and olive oil is and excellent exfoliant! I have also known you can add green tea matcha powder to it. It will help to boost health as well as resilience. Matcha is also good to add to your summer exfoliants if you have sunburns!

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    **P** Male

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    Apr 2012
    United States


    I like this one:
    Mix 1 tablespoon of brown sugar, 2 tablespoons of brown sugar with either 1/4 cups of whole milk or 1 tablespoon of honey, whichever you prefer

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    Hi, I have that simple recipe, but what are the portions to use?

    Also, I have been round this website and can only find the DIY solutions in the forums, is there a certain section of this site which has them listed?


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    **BRTCskincare** Female

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    Jun 2012


    As long as you are sure to use all natural ingredients and include some raw vitamins you will be on your way to healthier looking skin. Fruits, nuts and plant extracts work well to clear up skin and give it a healthy glow.

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    **vijay kumar** Male

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    Aug 2012


    The most simple exfoliate treatment you can find is a sugar and water solution. Simply soak your face with a warm flannel for a few minutes, before applying the sugar and water solution, and gently massage into your skin before rinsing off. This will do the basic job of gently removing dead skin cells and grime from your skin, combating problems such as spots and acne.

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