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Easy Homemade Tomato Facial Scrub - DIY

Updated on June 23, 2017

How To Make A Tomato Facial Scrub

Make a homemade tomato facial scrub in your very own kitchen! Don't you think it's amazing that you can put some food on your face and get beautiful, shiny, glowing skin. Let's talk about tomatoes and how they can benefit your skin.

Tomato masks are a great way to take care of those dark spots that appear on your skin because of exposure to the sun. This facial scrub can also be an effective tool for those of us who have problems with acne, oily skin, or over enlarged pores.

Tomatoes contain powerful nutrients that benefit the skin. These nutrients include:

  • Lycopene - an antioxidant that gives the color red and fights free radicals in your body making it a formidable tool when you are fighting skin problems.
  • Protein - the building block of our body

Other nutrients we find in tomatoes, nutrients considered to be helpful in solving skin problems are:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin A

Both these vitamins can help restore dull skin to it's glowing self and restore it back to health. Tomato has astringent properties which help it to remove excess sebum.

If healthy and glowing skin, restored to it's youthful, healthy state sounds like a great idea to you, give this tomato scrub a try once or twice a week.

Slice A Tomato In Half

You will need half of a tomato
You will need half of a tomato
Benefits Of Tomato Face Scrub
Exfoliates
Treats Acne
Less Oil Secretion
Glowing Smooth Skin
Reduces Poor Size
Natural Astringent

Here's What You Will Need To Make Your Tomato Face Scrub

The ingredients you will need are simple, in fact, you probably have them all right in your kitchen.

You will need:

  • 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
  • 2 Tablespoons Sea Salt
  • ½ A Tomato - Scoop The Innards Out Of The Skin
  • A Spoon
  • A Bowl
  • A Masher or A Fork
  • A Soft Towel

How To Mix Your Scrub

Read over all the directions and look at the pictures. Gather your ingredients together and then you can begin to make your own homemade facial scrub.

  1. Pour The Sea Salt In A Bowl
  2. Add The Oil
  3. Mix In The Tomato
  4. Stir Well - Use A Masher Or A Fork

Step 1

Pour Sea Salt into a bowl - the salt is a great exfoliant.  It's great for removing old, dead skin cells from your face.
Pour Sea Salt into a bowl - the salt is a great exfoliant. It's great for removing old, dead skin cells from your face.

Step 2

Add the oil
Add the oil

Step 3

Scoop the inside of your halved tomato into the Sea Salt and oil mix
Scoop the inside of your halved tomato into the Sea Salt and oil mix

Step 4

Scoop all the pulp from your halved tomato
Scoop all the pulp from your halved tomato

Step 5

Mix well.  Now you can apply your scrub
Mix well. Now you can apply your scrub

Step 6

Apply The Scrub To Your Face

Pull your hair back and make sure your face is clean.

Apply the scrub to your face and gently massage it in. After a couple minutes, rinse your face with warm water and pat dry gently using a soft towel.

Apply your favorite moisturizer and you are done.


Want To Make A Larger Batch Of Face Scrub?

For those of you who want to make a larger batch of tomato scrub, just double or triple the ingredients. You can store the scrub in a container with a lid and keep it in your refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

The Benefits You Will See From Using This DIY Face Scrub

Here are the benefits you will see from using this homemade facial scrub:

  1. The scrub will efficiently clean your pores, remove dead skin cells and dirt from your face.
  2. It will reduce the size of those large pores since tomato juices act as a natural astringent.
  3. It will remove blackheads.
  4. The tomato scrub will moisturize oily skin and reduce the oily appearance your skin may have.
  5. Tomatoes are helpful in treating irritations and skin redness by balancing your skin's pH levels.
  6. The tomato scrub will help you to reduce acne. It may not happen right away, but you see results in time. By repeatedly applying a tomato mask, you will reduce or cure your acne.
  7. Your skin will become more supple since the tomato ingredients will stimulate your body's production of collagen.

The List Of Essential Oils

DIY Tomato Face Scrub

Tomato And Salt Mask

Get ready to have soft, supple, smooth skin
Get ready to have soft, supple, smooth skin

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      HOWTOMAKEA 

      21 months ago

      People with sensitive skin might not want to use this facial method since tomatoes are rather acidic.

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      Lisa Jane 

      21 months ago from Washington

      Nice article. I didn't know you can use tomatoes as a scrub.

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