The Dirt Cheap Home Spa Facial in 4 Easy Steps!

Home Spa Facial

An inexpensive, all-natural home spa facial to deeply cleanse and revive skin.

Short on cash but longing for a spa indulgence? We’ve got you covered! This inexpensive, four-step home spa facial deeply cleanses and balances skin. Grab your green tea, crank up the relaxing tunes and let’s get spa-ing!

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1. Cleanse & Prep

Oat Milk Cleanser. In a food processor, blend 1/2 cup oats until finely ground. Mix with 1/2 cup powdered milk. Wet with purified water just enough to make a creamy liquid and gently massage on face and neck. Rinse.

2. Exfoliate & Treat

Pineapple Peel + Potato Bomb Eye Mask. Blend a handful of fresh pineapple until smooth and frothy. Strain the juice with a fine sieve and dab the juice generously on face and neck with cotton ball. While the pineapple dries, lay back and place a potato bomb over each eye. To make your bomb, grate a clean, peeled potato. Place a spoonful of the grated potato in two small spice bags or wrap each in cheesecloth and tie with a string. Rinse your face and neck after about 10 minutes.

3. Tone & Brighten

Grapefruit Toner. Mix the strained juice from 1/2 a grapefruit with a 1/4 cup witch hazel and apply with cotton ball.

4. Soothe & Firm

Cucumber Aloe Firming Gel. Mix the stained juice of half a cucumber with 1/2 cup pure aloe vera gel. Apply a thin layer to entire face including eye area with fingertips. Follow with sunscreen or your nighttime moisturizer.

  • Be sure to strain the fruits and vegetables well with a fine mesh strainer
  • Test all treatments on an inconspicuous spot (like the inside of your arm) before applying to your face.

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