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DIY: Facial Products

Updated on August 19, 2018

This past year, I decided that I wanted to make my own facial products. This way I know what ingredients are in the products that I use on my face. So of course, like everyone else, I needed to do research since I didn't how to make any of the facial products that I wanted to use. While researching, I came across several recipes that use apple cider vinegar, coconut oil and other items that I have in my cupboards. I was amazed that you could use coconut oil or apple cider vinegar on your face. I found several recipes for each product that I wanted to make so I could try out different ones to see which one fits my face.

So in this article, I have the ones that I use as well as some that I intend to try in the future. I hope this article was helpful.

Face Cleanser


1/2 cup water

1 tsp white distilled vinegar

Place water and vinegar in a bottle or jar. Pour some on a washcloth or cotton pad and wash face. Rinse off with cold water. Pat face dry.

If you have oily skin like me, then try this cleanser.

3 TBSP Organic Coconut Oil

1tsp Raw Honey

1 tsp Baking Soda

in a bowl combine all three ingredients and mix well. Pour into a container. Store at room temperature.

Ingredients for Toner
Ingredients for Toner


In a bottle, combine one part apple cider vinegar to two part water. Apply to face by putting the toner on a cotton pad and wipe your face.

My Morning and Evening Facial Ritual

In the morning, I do the following:

1) Cleanse my face with face cleanser that I make

2) Tone with apple cider vinegar toner

3) Moisturize

in the evening, I do the following:

1) remove my makeup with a little olive oil on a cotton pad

2) cleanse my face

3) Moisturizer

Makeup Remover

Did you know that olive oil is good for many things? Olive Oil can be used as a makeup remover. i use this recipe to remove my makeup at night.


Olive oil

place olive oil on a pad and wipe of your makeup.



1 TBSP Baking Soda

2 TBSP Cocunut Oil

Mix together baking soda and coconut oil. Leave on for 5 minutes and then rinse off with warm water.

Here are two more that you can use.

Milk and Olive Oil Moisturizer

1 TBSP Olive Oil

2 tsp milk

Mix and apply on face. Leave on the face for 30 minutes and then rinse with water.

Milk, Lemon Juice and Olive Oil Mositurizer

1/4 cup milk

2-3 TBSP lemon juice

2-3 TBSP Olive Oil

Mix all three ingredients together. Apply to face and rinse of with water.

Evening Moisturizer
Evening Moisturizer
Morning Moisturizer
Morning Moisturizer

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