I have to tell you that I notice myself having this increasing willingness to experiment in my kitchen and make natural cosmetics. Recently, I decided to use sea salt and Himalayan salt, which replaced sugar in my peelings. It works so marvellously that I’m going to share with you two recipes that include this ingredient. Feel invited to read my article.
Is skin peeling really necessary for us?
Certainly, it is! By applying peeling, we help our skin regenerate and cleanse itself. We exfoliate dead epidermis cells, stimulate blood circulation and remove impurities from our skin pores. Thanks to peelings, our body turns into being soft and smooth to the touch, hair removal appears to be easier while the cosmetics we apply to our body are absorbed faster. It’s also worth mentioning that using exfoliating products aids with fighting cellulite, stretch marks, blackheads and other skin imperfections.
Dead epidermis cell exfoliating soap with sea salt
In order to prepare the soap, use: 250 ml of coconut oil, a spoon of olive oil, a teaspoon of castor oil, a teaspoon of mango butter, sodium hydroxide (caustic soda), a half of a glass of sea salt and desilted water. Optionally, you can add a few drops of lavender oil. How to prepare exfoliating soap? Begin with the water bath where you will cook the cosmetics. Mix water with sodium hydroxide and when it cools down, add the remaining ingredients (except lavender oil and sea salt). Mix the paste thoroughly and then combine with sea salt and the essential oil. When ready, put the paste to the forms and wait so it becomes congealed. The exfoliating soap is supposed to be used for more or less two months during every showering.
Peeling from Himalayan salt
To prepare peeling, you will need: 250 ml of Himalayan salt, a tablespoon of coconut oil, two tablespoons of almond oil, a few drops of grapefruit essential oil and two drops of pepper mint essential oil. How to prepare the peeling with Himalayan salt? Take a bowl and use it to mix all the oils and then add the salt. Your cosmetic is ready to be used. It’s super easy, isn’t it?