DIY: Yummy facial scrub/mask

Hello everyone!

This is a recipe for an inexpensive, easy and 100% natural scrub/mask.  This scrub/mask can be used on all skin types and it’s extremely beneficial for those who suffer from acne, acne scars or dry skin.

homemade sugar scrub


1)  Sugar - 6 tablespoons

The main ingredient in this recipe is sugar.  Sugar works as a natural exfoliate helping to break up scar tissue.  It unclogs and reduces the appearance of larger pores.  Sugar is also very moisturising.

2)  Apple cider vinegar (ACV) – 1 tablespoon

ACV gently dissolves dead skin cells.   It exfoliates the skin breaking up scar tissue (helping even indented acne scars) and it’s also a great skin detoxifier.   It also contains vitamins A, E, C, B2, B6 and P which repair skin cells for softer skin.

3)  Honey – 1 tablespoon

Honey is a natural anti-inflammatory and helps the skin retain moisture.  It reduces redness and stimulates skin cell renewal.  It also has anti-ageing benefits and is a natural skin firmer.

4) Green tea (optional – you can use water instead) – 1 tablespoon

Green tea detoxifies the skin with its antioxidant benefits.

  • Mix all the ingredients together and store them in a glass jar.  
  • After letting it sit for a while the sugar will settle at the bottom, so it will be necessary to stir well before using.

How to use:
  • Apply the mixture all over your face and neck
  •  Massage the mixture and gently scrub for 2 to 5 minutes
  • Let it sit on your face for the next 10 minutes (if you want to use it as a mask)
  • Rinse with warm water


I recommend using this scrub/mask 1-2 times a week for normal and dry skin and 2-3 times for acne-prone skin.  You will begin to see and feel the effects of the ingredients on your skin from the very first application. 

Since this sugar scrub is completely natural, it can also be used as a body scrub and a lip scrub!

Talk soon,



I'm a vegan with a passion for sustainability and clean, cruelty-free products. I mainly write lifestyle, wellness and self-care articles. Since I'm a true crime enthusiast, sometimes I also write about true crime and post videos on my two YouTube channels.


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  1. @Beauty Blogette
    It smells yummy too :). And it's really good for the skin!

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