The key to beautiful and smooth skin is exfoliation. So if your skin appears dry and sallow, you should start exfoliating your skin. Exfoliating is a process that involves sloughing off the dead skin cells build up on the surface of your skin that causes clogging of pores and making your skin dull. Gentle exfoliation helps to get rid of the dead skin cells and clogged pores. Also, it improves the blood flow on your face and gives you radiant and healthy skin. We share with you a simple home remedy to get beautiful, radiant skin. This DIY exfoliating brown sugar mask will help get rid of dead skin cells and boost new cell production. (ALSO READ This DIY Chocolate and Whisky Face Mask Will Brighten Your Complexion Instantly!).

How to make it: You will need 2 tablespoons of brown sugar, 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 1 teaspoon of honey to make this face mask. To make this mask, take a bowl and add all the ingredients mentioned above. Mix well until you get an even consistency. Once you have made the face pack, start rubbing this brown sugar scrub all over your face in gentle circular motions. Take your time and do it gently so that you do not risk tearing your skin. After a couple of minutes, wash it off and pat dry with a clean and soft towel. Use this homemade exfoliating face mask once a week to improve your skin’s texture. (ALSO READ DIY Matcha Green Tea Exfoliating Face Mask to Get Radiant Complexion).

This DIY Brown Sugar Exfoliating Face Mask Will Improve Your Skin's Texture

The granulated texture of brown sugar will help to remove the dead skin cells by breaking down the protein that keeps the dead skin cells attached to your skin. It will also inhibit bacterial growth. The olive oil in the mask will cleanse your skin while penetrating deep into the skin without clogging the pores. It will nourish and moisturize your skin. Honey has anti-bacterial and antioxidant properties, it will moisturize and  soothe your skin while giving you a complexion boost.

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