Hi babes! You have shown me so much love and support in my DIYs and especially in my DIY Natural Lifting Firming Eye Cream and DIY Strawberry Scrub. I love you from the bottom of my heart! Because of your interest in those posts, today I am sharing to you my Ultimate DIY Acne and Pimple Cream.
I have never had any big issues with my skin. With that, I mean when I was a teenager, I didn’t have acne, maybe some allergies because I have sensitive skin, but they were gone within 1-2 weeks with the right treatment. I love chocolates, but unfortunately, when I eat, the next day, I have few pimples. The amount of the pimples depends on the amount of chocolate that I ate. I have heard that many people have the same skin reaction. Person to person differs why we have pimples or acne, our skin is a reflection of our health, allergies, bad diets, hormonal imbalances lead to acne, pimples, breakouts, whiteheads, and blackheads.
To be honest, when I have pimples my self-esteem it needs a boost. The last time that I had, I’ve turned the music on and searching about ingredients that help -mainly – to get rid pimples and acne. When I finished, I have gathered all my fun to make an Ultimate DIY Acne and Pimple Cream.
Tools You Need
Ingredients You Need
1 tablespoon of Aloe Vera Gel
1 tablespoon of Coconut oil
1 teaspoon of Jojoba oil
1 teaspoon of Grapeseed oil
1 tablespoon of Shea Butter
2 – 3 tablespoons of beeswax
2 tablespoons of Honey
1 capsule of Live Probiotics
1 drop of Lemon essential oil
1 drop of Lavender essential oil
1 drop of Grapefruit essential oil
1. Place the beeswax in the pan in medium fire and stir until it will completely melt.
2. Add the rest ingredients in the blender in medium power for 10-15 seconds.
3. Add the beeswax to the mixture and blend again in medium power until all the ingredients will be an even compound mixture.
4. Add the mixture to a jar and let it cool. Store it in a dry cool place.
Remember that I am not a doctor and it’s better to consult your doctor/dermatologist before trying any new on your skin. Person to person differs and if you want to make this DIY you will do it at your risk. If its ok from your doctor/dermatologist, make a patch test first before trying it on your whole face to avoid any bad skin reaction.