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Honey Facial Cleanser

Honey Facial Cleanser

For this method, raw honey must be used. Raw honey has natural anti-bacterial properties and contains enzymes and probiotics that are good for skin. This method can be especially good for acne-prone skin as it doesn’t stop moisture from the skin but does reduce oils and bacteria.

How to do it:

Wet face with warm water. Place a small amount of honey in your hands (Usually less than a teaspoon is plenty) and rub your hands together.

Massage in to skin in a circular motion to get all areas of the skin.

Optional: Leave on for 5-10 minutes for deep pore cleansing.

Wash off with warm water and pat dry.

Enjoy the soft skin!

I would really like to try this out if any if you did or you are planning to please comment the results.

♥Barbie♥

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    Chanele Edwards
    January 15, 2015 at 7:06 pm

    I have oily skin and am always looking for ways to reduce this. As it reduced oils and bacteria i’m guessing this would be a good try. Any downsides to this cleanser? Maybe reactions to look out for? x

    Chanele
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      barbiebeautysouthafrica
      January 15, 2015 at 7:35 pm

      Personally I do not think their can be any reactions if you are not specifically allergic to honey besides how much more can you spoil your skin then a natural cleanser, I also have a oily skin which I absolutely hate.
      What products do you use right now and what are the results?

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        Chanele Edwards
        January 15, 2015 at 7:48 pm

        Ok that’s great to hear. I am going to give it a try. I personally use the tea tree oil from The Body Shop because it prevent spots and pimples which are caused from the oil. I have to say it’s not for everyone though, especially if you’ve got sensitive skin x

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    barbiebeautysouthafrica
    January 15, 2015 at 9:33 pm

    Yes I can imagine it is not for everybody because it is a very very strong oil, have you ever considered Oratane? I went on a six month course but it is really strong. Also consider Purbac, it is a inexpensive tablet that you drink everyday keeping it oil free, redness gets reduced, basically to sumarise it keeps your skin flawless

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    Thokozile Mohohole
    May 21, 2015 at 10:00 pm

    Hi ladies has anyone tried it ? I have an oily skin too 🙁

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