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6 Best DIY Skincare Recipe Hacks for Redheads

DIY Your Way to Gorgeous Skin

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At-home DIY skincare is a fun way to unwind and pamper your redhead self a little. The great thing about at-home skincare is it’s pretty natural, free of chemicals, and safe for sensitive skin. Here are 7 of our favorite redhead-friendly home skincare tips! 

1. Use oatmeal as a face cleanser

That’s right, you can use your favorite breakfast food to cleanse your face! You’ll want to blend or grind up some whole oats until they form a powder, then mix with warm water until you have a paste, and voila! You’ve got yourself an all-natural cleanser. 

READ: 4 DIY Beauty Tips Every Redhead Should Know

‘Redhead Friendly’ oatmeal: Bob’s Red Mill Oatmeal

2. Use sugar for exfoliating

Sugar has been used as a natural exfoliator for years. Opt for brown sugar for your face and white sugar for less sensitive skin like your hands and lips. Simply mix with your favorite oil, we suggest coconut, olive oil, or vitamin E oil. Then use it as your regular exfoliant and wash it off with warm water. 

‘Redhead Friendly’ Sugar: Wholesome Organic Sugar  

3. Use green tea for glowing skin

Create a green tea mask to help reduce redness and inflammation. Mix together equal parts steeped green tea, honey, and baking soda to create a mask. Once it’s formed a paste, apply to the face and allow it to sit for up to 15 mins. Rinse off with warm water. 

‘Redhead Friendly’ Green Tea: Numi Organic Tea Gunpowder Green

 

4. Use coconut oil or olive oil for extra moisturizer

Mix a little bit of one of these oils into your daily moisturizer for an extra boost of hydration. Use sparingly and don’t apply these oils more than once a week. 

‘Redhead Friendly’ Coconut Oil + EVOO: Nutiva Organic Cold-Pressed Virgin Coconut Oil and Bragg Extra Virgin Olive Oil 

5. Use yogurt for a face mask

Mix 1/2 cup plain yogurt, 1 tsp. honey, and 1/2 tsp. of ground turmeric for a soothing mask that will help reduce redness and swelling as well as help combat excess oils in the skin. Be sure to wash off thoroughly, as turmeric can lightly stain the skin. 

‘Redhead Friendly’ Yogurt: Stonyfield Organic 100 Percent Grassfed Plain Greek Yogurt

6. Use vinegar on your cuticles

Vinegar will soften your cuticles and help to reduce excess oils. Soak a cotton ball or pad in apple cider vinegar and apply to your cuticles. You can use this method before painting your nails to remove dirt and oils and help polish adhere better.

‘Redhead Friendly’ Vinegar: Lucy’s Family Owned – Natural Distilled White Vinegar

Rock it like a Redhead! 

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