Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Home Made Acne Cleanser

Here is a simple, great acne treatment that anyone can make at home. Its simple and really good at sucking up that excess oil and filth on your face.

Step 1
Get yourself a bowl of oatmeal.  It should just be simple "in the can oatmeal." If you got a mortar and pestle grind it up real fine. If you dont, you can use a blender, coffee grinder or the bottom of a cup. Grind it up till it has got the consistency of sand.
Step 2.
Get some baking soda.

 Step 3.
Add two tablespoons of baking soda and one table spoon of ground oatmeal. Mix in a little bit of water. Get a thick paste similiar to a good face scrub. Scrub your skin, rinse it off.

I picked this recipe up from a friend who works at a high end spa. They make it in gallon buckets and use it for full body scrubs. It's incredibly cheap and incredibly good at scrubbing off dead skin and eliminating black heads and acne. So here's your recipe for the same stuff they use at $125 dollar an hour spas. Enjoy!

65 comments:

  1. Cool recipe man, I wish I had this when I was a teen. acne up the $#@ man.

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  2. Going to try this... I'll let you know how it goes!! haha

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  3. Also, I must say your Blog layout is awesome, I'm jealous!

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  4. very creative method...I just buy all my shaving things from the store.

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  5. Huh! Will have to try that out! Thanks for the comment!

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  6. that's awesome, very simple to make.

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  7. i think ill just stick to my normal soap :D

    thanks though ^

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  8. oh i remember doing this back in high school

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  9. Dude this is brilliant! I'm lucky enough not to suffer from acne but still, this is an incredible method of saving money!

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  10. Wow, that's cool. I'll have to give this a try. I'm not acne-ridden but when I'm stressed I do get an occasional bump here and there. : ( I feel bad for the teenagers going through puberty who end up with pizza faces.

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  11. Creative and handy! I wish I knew this 8 or so years ago.

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  12. This is great way to save money! ^^

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  13. luckily i dont have much acne, but who knows maybe this'll be useful in the future

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  14. how much can you tell about shaving dude ; D ?

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  15. mh, i'm sorry but i don't believe in internet-recipies 8[
    this could easily melt your face or something :D

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  16. I am totally going out and getting oatmeal and baking soda and doing this today!

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  17. Then after you can make oatmeal cookies! lol j/k Think I'll actually try this.

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  18. the last pic looks icky...but if its for beauty it's worth it.

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  19. wow nice stuff! Good stuff to help with acne :D

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  20. I'll have to try this. I've broken out lately because of stress :(

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  21. Sweet, thats a good tip. I'm pasty puberty, so my skin has been pretty regular for a while now.

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  22. This sounds interesting, I'll try this next time I break out. Great post, cheers mate.

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  23. Very nice method! I usually recommend Apple Cider Vinegar as a toner to balance out the PH on your face since baking soda is very basic.

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  24. I like what you did with your blog.
    Followin !

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  25. great stuff
    i'll be making everything now
    no need for the drug store

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  26. hmm... so i'm supposed to put this on my face.

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  27. I can't wait to try making this!

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  28. Huh, guess I need to get a mortar and pestle.

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  29. Damn if that is all it takes why do people pay so much DAMN lol

    nice post, luckily acne is never something I've had to worry about

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  30. Reminds me of Kim Kardashian's advocado mask that I blogged about last month. Haha... Cool tip though. I need it right about now.

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  31. Kewl story, bra! waiting for updates from you

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  32. going to try it, thanks for the tip

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