Homemade Skin Care Recipes

I look for homemade skin care recipes for natural skin care using all natural ingredients. Everyone will experience different results. Try a recipe for a week or two and if this is not working try another one.

I try to use organic ingredients as much as I can. Tests have shown that plants that have been raised organically almost always have a higher concentration of healthful healing substances than their conventionally grown counterparts.

You want to beautify your skin with the most natural products around. Look no further than your kitchen and medicine cabinet to try these quick and easy recipes.

As you go down the page you will find more homemade skin care recipes.

As you read through these different recipes realize that you can ad or leave out some of the ingredients. Or change the amount that you put in. Have fun with them !!! Also see the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort Spa Secrets under home spa...

Natural skin care does not have to be complex. You will find somerecipes with only 2 or 3 ingredients. I have found that even one ingredient has many benefits. Just take Lavender it is a antiseptic, good cleansing, and great calming properties.

Making up your own homemade skin care recipes is just part of the whole experience. You will find new scents that will carry the whole day through. You and your skin will have a new glow. And to get started the kitchen is only a few steps away!

Below you will find 36 pages of Recipes and Articles to help you!!

When mixing, poring, heating, and measuring homemade skin care recipes, keep your work place from getting out of hand. If it gets to the floor you will like the shine but hold on to the kitchen sink!!!! Not that a guy would do that to his wife's kitchen. Keep your work area clean. Also keep a note pad around as you will make changes to these recipes. I've got a couple great jars of hand butter and no idea what the amounts of the ingredients are


Equipment for homemade skin care recipes

Most of these things you will already have in your kitchen. Although we set aside our utensils and supplies in a seperate cabinet.

A Good glass measuring cup, one that can go into the microwave.

Measuring spoons

Glass eye dropper. I keep a dozen around if I can't get the smell of an essential oil out of it, I will just use it for that oil.

A small kitchen scale

Stainless or glass mixing bowls. I Like stainless just for the drop facter.

Stainless wisk for mixing

Funnel

Strainer

Spatulas

Pestle and Mortar

A blender or food processor

Plastic molds, either candy or cookie, they are good because thay are small. A good jar to start with is baby food jars. Try to keep all jars or molds under 2 OZ.

I heat most everything in the micro, if you use the stove top use a double boiler.

Now do not go out and buy all these tools, you will find you have most of them already. Besides you need something to buy when you get invited to those kitchen parties. ggg


Latest Sent In Info
Homemade Recipes
Sugar and Olive Oil for Scrubbing the Body

Add the same amount of almond and oat together and blended it. take it and mix with some rose water and apply onto your face withtin 15 minutes and then wash with ice water is good for blackhead

First Name: Lyn

: Hi Wayne,

I found this natural mask recipe on Beauty Banter Beautybanter.Blogspot.com Thought you might be interested. It's from a woman in Britain:

Fellow Brit Beauty ..... Recipes... I just received this in an email from a fellow Brit Beauty ..... :

"I also want to recommend an amazing self made mask its my mums recipe. Honey, Yogurt, Olive oil and lemon mix together, place in fridg for an hour then apply on your face for half an hour then wash... Ahhh feel how soft and refreshed you will feel."

Hey, if you don't like it, don't blame me! It's how the Brits refresh their face!

I do like this recipe and Karen wants to try it tonight...

I went to the beautybanter.blogspot and found it to be a geat blog and sent out an e-mail with our compliments!!

Thank you Lyn

And I would like to thank Beautybanter for their nice comments and help with starting my new section on Self Tanner

Homemade Skin Care Recipes from the Kitchen

Vinegar Skin Recipes

Vinegar skin recipes are most efficient when an organic apple cider vinegar is used. Vinegar use is so simple and versatile, and it takes only a couple of minutes to prepare these recipes. Vingear will cleanse and restore the skin, restrict the dilated pores, and improve the circulation making sure the whole skin recieves nutrients it needs.

Sugar Skin Care Recipes

Wayner's first use of sugar skin care was on the airplanes that had no water in the bathrooms. We used to use 2 packs of sugar, one lemon wedge, we would scrub our hand with this mixture and then rinse with club soda. Here are some more recipes using sugar in homemade skin care recipes.

How You Can Use Your Kitchen to Develop an All Natural Skin Care Regimen
Learn how to start your own all natural skin care regimen from common household items. No longer will you need to rush to the pharmacy in order to keep your skin healthy looking and smooth.

Honey Skin Care Recipes

The more I read the more find I find honey skin care recipes for every part of the body. From Hair rinses to foot scrubs. This is one ingredient that you already have in the kitchen and may want to get a bigger bottle the next time you go to the store.

Bath and Face Recipes with Honey

Honey is one ingredient that can be use in all natural skin care recipes. From your hair care to your foot scrub. I use sesame seed oil in my lip balm which has a nutty flavor so I use a drop or two of honey. Here Sharon takes it to the bath and face. And like Sharon I use whole milk powder in baths. You will always have it.

Kitchen Treasures for Healthy and Beautiful Skin



Homemade Skin Care Recipes for the Bath

Need to cool off and give your skin it's vitamin C? A orange juice bath will do both. All you will need is 2 to 3 ripe oranges and 2 to 3 fresh lemons. In a tub filled with warm water squeeze the juice from the cut oranges and lemons into thw water. If you like you can slice the oranges and lemons and have them float on top of the water. Soak for 15 to 20 minutes. After pat your skin with a towel lightly. The vitamin C will absorb into the skin, leaving you feeling refreshed.

Homemade Bath Recipes

From this section you will find 10 more pages filled with homemade bath recipes. So go have a good soak on me...

Homemade Skin Care Recipes for the Face

Homemade Moisture Mask
Mix 2 tablespoons honey with 2 teaspoons milk. Smooth over face and throat. Leave on for 10 minutes. Rinse off with warm water to open the pores then Rinse again with Cold water to close the pores.

Well my two boy's Ben and Cam will not eat their Carrots. As for Wayne'r I can take them or leave them, that is cooked. But carrots are rich in vitamin A and make a wonderful facial. You will need 1 or 2 cooked mashed carrots, 1/2 teaspoon wheat germ oil, 1 to 2 teaspoons honey and 2 drops geranium oil, you can leave out the geranium oil if you want. Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl and right on to your face. Leave it on for 20 minutes the rinse off with cool water. This recipe is good for teaching the kids to clean up the kitchen and gives you a reason to stay in the kitchen to make sure it is done right. Best of all, you get a FACIAL!!!

For All of My Information on homemade skin care recipes for your face

Homemade Skin Care Recipes Face

Homemade Skin Care Recipes Using Avocado

Women in Mexico have been using the avocado for their skin for thousands of years. Avocados contain Vitamins A & C, potassium, protein, iron, and natural emollients and is extremely mourishing.

For this recipe you will need 1 average sized avocado (mashed) 1 ripe banana ( also mashed ) and 1 teaspoon of honey.
Mix in a small bowl all of the ingredients until smooth. Apply to face with your hands. Leave this creamy mixture on for 15 to 20 minutes. Then rinse your face with cool water. You can label the left overs and keep them in the refigerater.

Avocado Skin Care Recipes

These Avocado recipes can use my favorite carrier oils almond oil, grape seed and sesame oil. As you will see you can use another oil if you do not have the one listed in a recipe. I have not used avocado oil before I've just used the avocado. It sounds like it is time to pick up the oil, it will last a lot longer in a recipe.

Avocado Hair Care
Loraine Lesley will show you how you can put 3 ingredients together and have a great natural hair care product.

Homemade Skin Care Recipes for the Body, and Hands

From South Africa

MOISTURIZING BODY SCRUB
To make this BODY SCRUB
50 ml olive oil
20 gr shea butter
6 gr beeswax
1 3/4 shooter glass of sea salt

Place olive oil, shea butter and beeswax in a Pyrex jug over double boiler and gently heat until beeswax and shea butter are just melted. Let it cool and then add sea salt. Store in a clean jar.

After showering and drying, massage the scrub all over the body (avoiding face and neck) and rinse. Skin will feel soft, moisturized and wonderfully stimulated.

There was no name sent in with this recipe but I would like to say Thank You and Best Wish to those of you from South Africa..

This recipe is for the hands. And is best used at night with gloves. As for Wayne'r, I do not ware gloves at night! But when I'm painting airplanes and cleaning out the spray guns with thinner my hands get real dryed out. After getting all of the paint off my hands and the thinner cleaned up. Time for a good Hand Oil. For this hand oil recipe you will need:
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon sesame oil
1 tablespoon alomed oil
1 vitamin E capsules
1 teaspoon glycerin
1 teaspoon honey

In the micro heat the honey until it is runny, do not let it boil. Then ad the oils, vitamin E, and glycerin. Stir until thoroughly combined, then store. I put mine in left over hotel shampoo bottles. I will make a bigger batch. Then I have some in the tool box at the hanger, shaving kit when I fly, and at home. You can ad an essential oil if you want.

Recipe's for the Body
In looking around the internet and in books for homemade skin care recipes, these SKIN CARE TIPS are simple and won't break the bank to get started. I try to find ingredients that are new. "Why did I not think of that." Some will look simple and still will not come out quite right. For me the creams still come out lumpy. Although it's fun to try! Give some of these homemade skin care recipes a try.

Natural Baby Skin Care

Maggie Julseth Howe has a good article on herbs for baby skin care. Getting good infomation form people like Maggie who can grow herbs and then make good natural skin care products with them. Natural Babycare Products You Can Create.

At Home Manicure

Before we can start the at home manicure let's look at Danielle's article on How To Give A Manicure. Then after the article we will give some homemade recipes for a manicure.

Manicure Article from News Canada

Homemade Skin Care Recipes Using for Your Skin and the Sun

You will look good with this Manicure. If you would like to leave the Mary Kay products you use and why, I will post them at the bottom of this page from News Canada. Start a mini Blog !!!

This Sunburn Remedy will take a week to make but it will soothe your skin. In a spray bottle add 2 large tablespoons of St. John's Wort leaves with 8 to 10 ounces of Safflower oil. That is it. Just leave on a windowsill for a week exsposed to the sun. Apply to your sunburn for a soothing relief.

Summer Skin Care Recipes
Natalie Katsman has put together a good article for dry skin and oily skin in the summer. I also like her summer recipes.

Claendula Flower
With this information on the Calendula Flower by Catherine Potin, my first use of it will be with jojoba oil. After a day out in the sun this sounds like a natural skin care recipe worth putting together.

Using Bananas for Skin Care

You can keep your Bananas in the freezer for a lot longer than out on the counter. This way you can have them for your homemade skin care recipes. Here are some recipes with a banana that are easy to make.

Skin Care Recipes

A good thing to keep in mind with new ingredients when making homemade skin care recipes

Skin Patch Test

By Jeanne Rose

from the Herbal Body Book, by Jeanne Rose

The Patch Test

If you have sensitive skin or a history of allergies, then by all means use a patch test to test your relative sensitivity to the new ingredients. To try out a new store bought cosmetic, a homemade cosmetic, or any new plant that you are unfamiliar with when making your own cosmetics, make a paste of the plant with water and apply to your forearm in an area about the size of a quarter. Let the paste dry there and apply a loose band-aide. If there is no reaction within twenty four hours, go ahead and use the plant or cosmetic. Apply creams and lotions to the forearm directly, apply band-aide for twenty four hours and check for reaction. By all means, keep all alien substances away from the eyes.

As The QUEST goes on we will be adding more recipes and groups.

Even though we are looking for homemade skin care recipes for natural skin care and using all natural ingredients to make Many can be eaten on there own, once they are mixed for skin care
YOU SHOULD NOT EAT THESE MIXTURES
The products use very concentrated ingredients and should be used with respect!!! They are to be used for external skin use or added to the bath. You should try these recipes on a small part of your skin first to be sure you have no adverse reaction. Especially if you have sensitive skin. It is always best to test, and be safe. The auther cannot accect responsibility for any problems that arise in using these recipes.

Homemade Skin Care Recipes