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DIY Apricot Kernel Scrub

I’m going to teach how to make an easy face scrub with apricot kernel powder at home. Apricot kernel Shell powder is such a perfect ingredient because of its amazing benefits on the skin. I’ve also used Rose Bulgaria Hydrosol and Bentonite clay  to draw the impurities out of your face.  It is suitable for sensitive skins, oily skins and of course normal skins. 

Let’s DIY face scrub in minutes without breaking the bank and without the use of harmful chemicals.

Apricot Kernel Shell Powder
Apricot Kernel  Shell Powder is made by sifting and grinding dried apricot kernels until they are finely ground. This powder is often used for beauty products, particularly skincare products because of its ability to cause gentle abrasion that’s great for exfoliation.  This exfoliant effectively and gently removes damaged skin cells to promote the growth of new ones.

Bentonite clay to draws out impurities
A natural mineral clay, the Bentonite Clay has long been used for hair and skin, mainly because of its ability to take out impurities. It’s a great ingredient for shampoos, skin conditioners and soaps, plus other therapeutic products currently used by spas and salons. Aside from removing impurities, Bentonite Clay can also be used for deep cleansing, exfoliation, preventing oily skin, soothing irritated skin, and tightening large pores.

Rose Bulgaria Hydrosol
helps maintain the skin’s pH balance, and also controls excess oil.
Rose Bulgaria Hydrosol  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”
2 tsp Apricot kernel Shell powder
1 tsp Bentonite Clay
3 tsp Rose Bulgaria Hydrosol

1. Mix all the ingredients into a small bowl until they are well integrated.
2. You may opt to whisk them, but just folding them in with a spatula will do.
3. Apply directly to the face and massage gently for a few minutes in small circular motions.
4. Rinse well with lukewarm water and apply your daily moisturizer.

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