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Diatomaceous Earth: Natural Facial Exfoliator

facial-cleanser

No matter what you are looking into for improving your health, it's important that there are safe and natural options like diatomaceous earth. DE can be used to help promote healthy skin as an exfoliator that is able to remove microscopic deposits of dirt, oils, and dead skin cells.

See the instructions below for how to use DE to promote healthier and clearer skin.

Step 1:

Mix DE with water (roughly 1 part DE to 3 parts water) in a bowl. You can add more DE for a more paste like mixture (for a mask) or more water (for a facial scrub)

Step 2:

For a mask: use your fingers to smear the mixture over your forehead, nose, chin, and cheeks.

For a facial scrub: use your fingers to gently scrub the mixture on your forehead, nose, chin, and cheeks. Avoid your eyes and mouth to prevent irritation.

Step 3:

Leave the mixture on your face for 2-5 minutes, allowing it to dry.

Step 4:

Wash the dried mixture off your face using water and a cloth, be thorough. Avoid your eyes and mouth to prevent irritation.

Note: You can add Coconut oil or essential oils like lavender for added benefit. You could also add DE to your current exfoliation products.