Homemade Face Scrubs With Fruits

by Somreeta Mukherjee on August 15, 2011 · 17 comments

Homemade Face Scrubs With Fruits

Fruits are great for your skin. So, what can be better than one of those fruit scrubs made out of your favorite fruit in the season when they are available in plenty? Since fruit salads and fruit custards are some of the most delectable ways of incorporating fruits in your daily diet, you would have no problem in laying your hands on some of those seasonal fruits, which are easily available! All you need to do is add a little bit of creativity and make the best fruit scrubs possible to exfoliate and brighten up your facial skin.

Homemade Face Scrubs With Fruits

Why Use Homemade Fruit Facial Scrubs?

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• If you are a fruit lover, you would like to integrate fruits in your daily life in more than one way! Using fruit scrubs is an excellent way to do that!
• Making a fruit scrub is simple. While eating a fruit, just make sure that you keep a small portion that can be mixed with a granular substance and used on your face.
• They are cheap ways of giving the best treatment to your skin, unless, of course, the fruit you use as a base is too expensive!
• Fruits have nutrients and enzymes that are gentle on your skin, these natural ingredients are effective on your skin without exposing it to the dangers of harsh chemicals and preservatives.

Top Homemade Seasonal Fruit Scrubs For Face

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• Revitalizing Orange Scrub For Winters:

Oranges have an unique citrusy fragrance that revitalizes your senses. Take an orange (1/4 part) and two spoons of cornmeal. Squeeze out the orange juice and mix it with cornmeal. Make a paste. Now wash your face and apply it on your face. Scrub gently and wash off after three minutes. Follow up with a mild moisturizer. It is a perfect treat for your skin during the winters.

• Refreshing Watermelon Scrub For Summers:

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When the summer heat is scorching, your skin is in need of soothing caress; cool watermelons are great for giving your skin a fortifying touch! Take a cup of watermelon and squeeze out the juice. Mix it with gram flour and scrub your face with this paste. Your dull skin is exfoliated and a smooth one is revealed instead.

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• Stimulating Papaya Scrub For Monsoons:

Papayas are available abundantly during Indian monsoons. The best way to use this fruit for your skin treatment during the rains is to mix mashed papaya pulp with sugar and oatmeal and use it as a scrub to clear away dead cells. The scrub can be applied on your face and massaged in circular motions to ensure that the pores are cleansed. Leave it on for about two minutes and wash off with water.

Best Homemade Fruit Scrubs For Face For All Seasons

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• Lemon Scrub- Lemons are among the most easily available fruits of all times. Just add a spoon of honey to one spoon of lemon juice and one and a half spoons of sugar. The mixture should be applied on your face and massaged in circular motions. The granules of sugar start melting. This is one of the easiest fruit scrub recipes that you can try out at home. Apart from exfoliation, it helps in lightening dark spots and blemishes and moisturizes naturally.

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• Banana Scrub- This is yet another fruit which you can find throughout the year. For preparing this scrub, you would require two spoons of mashed bananas, one spoon of milk and two spoons of rolled oats. You can also add honey (one spoon) if you want. Mix the ingredients to make a thick paste. Apply it on your face and leave the mask on for about ten minutes. Rub it gently so that the dirt and other impurities are scrubbed off. Rinse with trepid water. This scrub is suitable for sensitive skin.

Homemade Fruit Scrubs – Things To Remember:

• Do not use facial scrub more than two times in a week.
• Make sure that the granules you use in homemade scrubs are ground finely.
• We your face with water before using a scrub.
• Do not scrub for more than three or four minutes.
• After scrubbing, use a light moisturizer.

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{ 16 comments… read them below or add one }

Dee August 15, 2011 at 3:44 pm

Hey Somreeta, Another excellent post. :yes:
Love reading whatever you write. :thumbsup:

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Somreeta Mukherjee August 15, 2011 at 3:48 pm

O Dee!!!!!!!! That is such a compliment :puchhi: :puchhi: so encouraging for me! :)

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Dee August 15, 2011 at 5:11 pm

:)) My pleasure.
Hope you write more…

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Somreeta Mukherjee August 15, 2011 at 8:34 pm

I toh keep writing as i looooove writing so much :yahoo: and on top my IMBBian beauties r always so very encouraging…so cant think of stopping writing :toothygrin:

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Sukanya August 15, 2011 at 3:59 pm

I second Dee! Awesome as always Somreeta! :thumbsup:

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Somreeta Mukherjee August 15, 2011 at 4:02 pm

:teddy: Love u Sukanya for such lovely words..!

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Rati August 15, 2011 at 4:26 pm

somreeta i mostly sust mash some papaya and apply it on afce directly. would try doing it your way. Lovely tips, as usual. :)

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Somreeta Mukherjee August 15, 2011 at 8:31 pm

I like the lemon scrub most f all!!! :) Thanx Rati :happydance: :happydance:

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aruna August 16, 2011 at 10:20 am

same here..will try the lemon scrub soon.. :happydance: :happydance:

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Shivani August 15, 2011 at 4:38 pm

nice article somreeta…..thanks for sharing

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Somreeta Mukherjee August 15, 2011 at 8:31 pm

:thanks: :thanks:

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Monali August 15, 2011 at 7:16 pm

Very nice article….i use Papaya Scrub everyday and i can swear by its effectiveness.if you can tolerate its smell then its a very nice scrub.i also use it sometimes as face pack.

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Somreeta Mukherjee August 15, 2011 at 8:33 pm

Thanx Monali………… :thanks: u r right! but then if one can tolerate the smell of raw eggs on face, papaya is toh nothing at all!! :P

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Monali August 15, 2011 at 10:37 pm

Egg on face ??!!!yuck….I clearly remember the first time(ahem,,,that was last time too) i use an egg hair pack….it smell so bad…horrible…my bro said i was smelling worst than his socks….now,that is a thing no bad smell can compared to….

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Somreeta Mukherjee August 15, 2011 at 11:28 pm

:lol2: :lol2: worse than smelly socks!!!!!!!! ???? LOL :lol:

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Lila December 15, 2011 at 1:35 pm

Thank u so much fr these recipes I’m soo excited to begin this new hobbie! I’m curious to know how long they will last in/out of the fridge when I use fresh fruits thanks :)

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