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DIY Facial Wash

Making your own DIY face wash not only saves you money, it also keeps you in control of what’s going onto — and into — your body. Remember, skin is the body’s largest organ and all of your topical beauty products, whether it’s lotion, hair cream, perfume or make up, ends up filtering into your bloodstream.

That’s why we’re such big proponents of using beauty products that you could technically eat. And though they may not taste good, they’ll definitely feel good on your skin.

Natural Face Wash For Dry Skin

Hydration is key when you’re dealing with dry skin, so you’ll want to add natural humectants to your face wash. Humectants, like aloe vera oil, honey, seaweed and algae, pull moisture from the air and helps it bond to your skin. Voila— instant hydration! Make essential oil face wash by adding lavender or chamomile to any recipe. Both have instant calming effects.

Oatmeal and Milk Face Wash

Pioneer Thinking

*since this recipe contains milk, it’s only enough for single use.


  • Oatmeal
  • Milk

Homemade Face Wash For Acne

While it may seem counter-intuitive to clean your face with oil when you’re trying to combat acne and breakouts, it’s actually the best thing you can do for your angry skin. Oil dissolves oil, so when your skin is overproducing, the oil cleanser will also help balance your natural oils— as well as taking any dirt and bacteria off your skin.

Honey Face Wash

Live Simply


  • Liquid Castile soap
  • Raw honey
  • Distilled water
  • Jojoba oil

Activated Charcoal Face Wash

Sparkles of Sunshine


  • Coconut oil
  • Activated charcoal tablets
  • Baking soda
  • Lavender essential oil
  • Rosemary essential oil

Tea Tree Oil Face Wash

One Sweet Mess


  • Castor oil
  • Grape seed oil
  • Jojoba oil
  • Tea tree oil

Natural Face Wash For Sensitive Skin

If you find your skin reacts to even the slightest irritant, it’s imperative you know exactly what’s going into your face wash. We love calming, soothing and uber-sensitive ingredients like chamomile, rose water, lavender and vitamin E for our sensitive skin friends.

Aloe Vera Face Wash

Pins and Procrastination


  • Aloe vera gel
  • Almond oil
  • Rosewater
  • Soapwort extract
  • Lavender essential oil
  • Vitamin E oil

The Oil Cleansing Method: All Skin Types

The Oil Cleansing Method


  • Castor Oil
  • Sunflower Oil
  • Soft washcloth


Oily skin: 30% Castor Oil, 70% Sunflower Oil

Dry skin: 10% Castor Oil, 90% Sunflower Oil

Balanced skin: 20% Castor Oil, 80% Sunflower Oil

This method has been all the rage on the internet lately, as it is so inexpensive and works really, really well. Do it once a day, at nighttime. When you wake up in the morning, simply rinse with water and go about your day!

We hope one of our suggestions becomes the best natural face wash for your skin type and specific skin concerns! Don’t be afraid to mix and match ingredients based on what you feel your skin most needs at any given time! 

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