DIY Beauty: how to make your own facial cleansing oil

diy cleansing oil DIY Beauty: how to make your own facial cleansing oil

This is the cleansing oil I made during the DIY skin care workshop at Jayeon Miyin in December and I use it whenever I need to remove my makeup these days. It’s similar to those commercial oil cleansers I’ve tried, is very gentle and not too oily but it gets rid of my makeup well. It turns into a sort of milky lotion on contact with water and although it is said to be able to clean the face by itself, I still found myself having to use a soap or foaming facial after using it.

DIY Beauty: nutmeg spice to erase acne scars on your face

nutmeg honey DIY Beauty: nutmeg spice to erase acne scars on your face

Nutmeg, a cooking and baking spice, is often cited as a kitchen ingredient which you can use for your acne scars and blemished marks. I have come across the recipe of using nutmeg and honey but the idea of using spice of my face just didn’t appeal to me, until Leon of Beauty Secrets Revealed suggested it when I complaint about my cheek acne scars.

DIY Beauty: onion mask for a bad breakout

onion mask DIY Beauty: onion mask for a bad breakout

Would you put onions on your face? I’m not sure I would but if have a bad breakout, you might want to try what Jess of Yours Essentially did because onions have sulphur content that can help to combat acne.

Soap making resources and recipe calculator

delicious cupcake soaps Soap making resources and recipe calculator

Wouldn’t you like to take a bite into these delicious looking cupcakes? I know I would. But unless I want my mouth to foam, I should really refrain from doing so if I come face to face with these. Because these are cupcake soaps and they’re not edible! I found them at Morgan Street Patisserie while surfing the web for soap making information.   Honestly, I probably won’t use them at all because they’re so pretty!  As it is, I couldn’t even bear to use the Hello Kitty and hippo soaps I’ve made in my last DIY workshop.