All-natural Face Wash

February 26, 2017

Because we are so careful to not put needless toxins in our bodies, I make our own face wash for us to use.  It's really easy to make, and you can customize it with oils that will accomplish your facial needs.



1 TBSP castile baby mild soap, unscented

1/4 tsp almond oil (you can use fractionated coconut oil, but I use almond oil for the extra benefits for my face)5-15 drops essential oils of your choice

Distilled water (or you can use tap water if it's non-fluoridated) to fill up 50 mL foaming pump bottle


My favorite oils ratio for my blemish-prone face: 4 drops Melaleuca + 2 drops each Juniper Berry, Lavender, Cedarwood, Myrrh


For healthy soothed skin, try 2 drops each Melaleuca, Geranium, Lavender, Frankincense essential oils.


To keep skin looking young, try 2 drops each Lavender, Myrrh, Frankincense, and Geranium essential oils.



Mix ingredients together in 50 mL foaming pump bottle by shaking.  

Dispense 1 pump and apply to wet face gently rubbing face in circular movements going upward (to prevent stretching skin downward and creating more wrinkles).  

Rinse with warm water and pat dry with towel.  Wash face 1-2 times daily.

This is my facewash that is only 1/4 full (I probably will need to make more in the next 3-4 weeks).  When freshly made, the bottle is full.



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