A home made treatment for glowing skin is suggested for people who tend to have sensitive skin, want to save money by making their own concoctions, or are subjected to hives or other adverse reactions due to the many additives and chemicals formulated in many commercial skin treatments. Home made treatments for glowing skin will include natural ingredients that will slough off dead skin cells – either chemically or mechanically – with products that are most likely found in your pantry. 

Home Treatment for Glowing Skin: Face Cleansers and Exfoliants

 Physical exfoliators will do just that – physically remove dead skin cells via a scraping action. Chemical exfoliators will chemically dislodge the dead skin cells by momentarily increasing cellular turnover. No matter what type of exfoliator used, it is best to exfoliate every other day - but it's best to monitor your skin's reaction. These are recommended DIY facial exfoliants for specific skin types:

Apple Cider Vinegar for Oily Skin: Mix a bit of organic apple vinegar with corn flour to create a paste. The corn flour will act as a gentle exfoliant, unclogging the pores that tend to plague oilier skin types. The natural acids found in organic apple cider vinegar will help break down sebum build up.

Natural Oils for Dry Skin: Smash an avocado slice until it’s somewhat of a pasty consistency. Use a pestle and mortar to crush some almonds and mix these two ingredients together. The moisture-boosting oleic acid in the avocados and the rough texture of the almonds will benefit flaky, dry skin.

Aspirin and Acne-Prone Skin: Aspirin has salicylic acid, which helps control acne breakouts by increasing cellular turnover. Drop a few drops of water onto uncoated aspirin. The aspirin will start to break apart. Lightly rub the aspirin onto damp skin. Allow it to sit on the face for a few minutes, then rinse off with cool water.

Baking Soda Scrub for Black Head Removal: If you are prone to developing unsightly blackheads, then a baking soda scrub is an easy home made treatment for glowing skin. Add water to create a paste, and scrub away. 

Home Treatment for Glowing Skin: Face Spray Toner with Tea Leaves

Forgo alcohol-based toners in lieu of facial sprays that will help calm the skin, allowing the natural undertones in the skin to show. Teas are free of additives, organic, skin-soothing, and very easy to make. Just steep a few tea leaves and strain the liquid into a spray bottle. For hot summer months, pop the tea spray toner into the fridge for a few hours and mist your face as a cooling sprits. Different types of teas offer different benefits: 

Green Tea Face Toner Spray for Rosacea: The antioxidant will help reduce rosacea breakouts by nullifying free radicals. Green tea also has anti inflammatory agents. 

Chamomile for Sensitive Skin: Chamomile is known to soothe the skin by counteracting the inflammation process. Pour some rose water into the mix to boost the liquid's soothing properties.

Rice Water Toner for Lighter Skin: Hyperpigmentation is the opposite of clear, glowing skin. Rice water has been popularized by Michelle Phan, a Youtube guru. Rice water is a popular ingredient in Asian communities to help whiten and lighten the pigmentation spots. Preparation will be a bit different than tea face sprays, but Michelle Phan has a comprehensive video describing how to make the rice water toner. 

Home Treatment for Glowing Skin: 3 Skin Care Tips to Follow for Perfect Skin

  1. Vitamins for Glowing Skin: Vitamin A stabilizes cellular turnover. Carrots, sweet potatoes with the skin, butternut squash, and most dark, leafy greens are chockfull of vitamin A. Vitamin K helps with blood clotting and dark undereye circles. Brussels, turnips, mustard greens, and spinach will provide your body with enough vitamin K to help with undereye problems. Home made treatments for glowing skin will be more effective when problems are attacked from the inside out.
  2. Facial Sauna for Home Treatment for Glowing Skin: There are a slew of face sauna benefits, including increased circulation, detoxification, and the relaxation of the skin. These are all reasons to include the occasional facial sauna into your skin care regimen.
  3. Remove Sugar from Your Diet: Excessive sugar consumption causes glycation, which is the damage of elastin and collagen. This lends for a haggard look. If you are serious about home made treatment for glowing skin, then remove all sugar from your diet – they make a nice facial scrub, however.