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Make Your Own Multigrain Body Scrub

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Make your own multigrain body scrub

Make your own multigrain body scrub
Scientists have long talked about the glorious advantages of exfoliation. Our skin is made up of both living and dead cells. These cells are shed by the body on their own accord and they flake away as dead skin. But with time and age, the body’s ability to lose dead skin decreases and this is where exfoliation can be helpful. Exfoliation helps to remove these dead cells and help the body get its natural sheen back.

Now, there are tons of scrubs and body polishes available in the market. But the problem is, they are expensive and they are made from synthetic stuff. But does that mean you have to stop buffing your body? Not at all! You can simply DIY! What’s more. You no more have to wonder how to exfoliate your skin at home.(check with me)

Multigrain body scrubs are not only cheap and can be made right in your kitchen, but they are also very effective because you know what goes into them! They are au natural!

Here is a great multigrain scrub which can flake away your dead cells in a jiffy!

Things you will need to make homemade body scrub:

1. Oats – Minimum 2 tablespoons

Oats are a rich source of natural cleansers called saponin. It can easily remove dirt and oil from the clogged pores leaving behind a soft and supple skin. Oats can also help the clogs to close.



2. Any brand of rose water – At least 5 to 6 teaspoons

Rose water acts like a natural cleanser and also helps to keep the skin smooth and supple. If needed, you can make your own rose water right at home.

Any brand of rose water


3. Fresh milk or you can also use plain curd – 2 tablespoons

Curd or milk or any other dairy product is like vitamin for the skin. It contains this vitamin called riboflavin which can keep the skin hydrated and supple. It can also help the regrowth of new skin cells

Fresh milk or you can also use plain curd


4. Fine rice– 2 tablespoons


Rice can help give a porcelain finish to the skin. Over time, it can also be used to whiten the skin

Fine rice


5. Black sesame seeds – 2 tablespoons

Sesame seeds are excellent sources of Vitamin E and can help the skin retain a good, smooth texture

Black sesame seeds


6. Bengal gram / chickpeas – 2 tablespoons

Bengal gram cleanses the skin and also removes tan. It is used to tighten the pores of the skin.

Bengal gram chickpeas


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