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Make Your Own Facewash, Moisturizer And More: Homemade Skincare Mastery

Updated: Apr 20

Make Your Own Facewash, Moisturizer And More: Homemade Skincare Mastery

Starting your all-natural skincare? This guide is all you need.

I'll show you how to create your own homemade face wash, toner, vitamin C serum, moisturizer, sunscreen, lip balm, night cream, and Ubtan.

Don't worry, you don't need expensive ingredients. Most of the items you'll need can be found right in your kitchen.

But what is the proof that they will work?

Millions of views and thousands of positive comments in videos of these preparations.

These have been delivering exceptional results for me and my subscribers for years.

Give them a try and experience the benefits for yourself. Once you do, don't forget to come back and share your success in the comments below!



Chapter 1: Home-Made Face Wash

Home-Made Face Wash

How much money do we spend to find a perfect facewash?

For some people, it takes many years of experimenting with different face wash brands to land on "the one"!

Then there is a fear of side effects.

You can make these natural facewashes which act as both a cleanser and an exfoliator.

It is budget-friendly, has no side effects and is effective for all skin types.

Face wash 1:


Gram Flour + Sandalwood Powder + Coffee + Wild Turmeric (Kasturi Haldi)


Take a bowl and,


Add 2 tablespoons of gram flour → 2 tablespoons of sandalwood powder + 1 tablespoon of coffee + tablespoon of wild turmeric One tablespoon of multani mitti → Mix well.


Splash some water on your face. Take 1/4th of a tablespoon of your powder facewash on your palm and apply it on your face.

Read the detailed guide over here → How To Prepare Face Wash At Home Naturally?

Facewash 2:


Gram flour + Red lentil powder + Sandalwood powder + Hibiscus powder + Neem leaves powder


Take a bowl and,

Add 2 tablespoons of gram flour Add 2 tablespoons of red lentil flour Add 2 tablespoons of sandalwood powder Add 2 tablespoons of Hibiscus powder Add 2 tablespoons of neem leaves powder Mix well.


Whenever you want to use it, just splash water once take this face wash in your hand take a little bit and with the soft hand you can rub it.

Read the detailed guide over here → The Best Homemade Natural Face Wash | Preity Prerna

Chapter 2: Home-Made Toner

Ageing is a natural process and signs of ageing can vary from person to person.

These ageing signs are due to genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors.

This DIY anti-ageing toner will help tackle signs of ageing like wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin, and other issues.


Green tea + tea tree essential oil


In a pan add 2 cups of water Add 2 tablespoons of green tea or 3-4 saches of green tea bags Once boiled, strain and let it cool Add 4-5 drops of tea tree oil Stir the mix.


After face wash, pat dry and spray this toner directly on your face.

Ageing is a natural process and you must not let these signs define who you are. Love yourself and do what you want to do for yourself.

Read the detailed guide over here → How Do You Make Anti-Aging Toner At Home?

Chapter 3: Home-Made Vitamin C

The miraculous abilities of vitamin C are renowned. Be it boosting your immunity, preventing cancer, or making skin look flawless.

Antioxidants found in vitamin C make your skin seem young and beautiful. It removes free radicals and improves collagen synthesis and tissue healing.

Let's prepare it naturally at home.


Rose water + Orange peel powder + Glycerin + Vitamin E Oil


In 1 cup of rose water → Add 1 big tablespoon of orange peel powder → When the infusion is complete, strain the liquid.

  • For oily skin, add 1/2 tablespoon of glycerine to the mix.

  • For dry skin, add 1 tablespoon of glycerine to the mix.


Apply this serum every day and make it an integral part of your skincare routine.

Read the detailed guide over here → How To Make Vitamin C Serum At Home?

Chapter 4: Home Made Moisturizer

Any gel-based moisturizers of any brand will cost you no less than 400 rupees for a quantity that surely disappoints.

Let's prepare a moisturizer at home on a budget that suits all skin types and has no side effects.


Aloe vera gel + Rose essential oil + Glycerin + Rosewater


In a bowl, Add 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel → Add 2-3 drops of rose essential oil Add 1 tablespoon of glycerine → Add two tablespoons of gulab jal Mix all the ingredients thoroughly till the moisturizer gets translucent.


Apply normally as you would apply your regular moisturizer.

Read the detailed guide over here → How To Make Moisturizer At Home | Preity Prerna

Chapter 5: Home-Made Sunscreen

Read the detailed guide over here →


Chapter 6: Home-Made Lip Balm

Chapter 6: Home-Made Lip Balm

We always neglect our lips. Lips are delicate, and they go through the harshness of the environment daily.

Ignoring hydration and other factors can lead to chapped lips, lips discolouration, and other issues.

While you can combat these problems by providing proper hydration and care, there are times when you forget about hydration and lip care (using a lip balm or chapstick).

Let me guide you to make a lip balm at home, in your kitchen.


Shea butter + Vitamin E oil + Glycerin + Beetroot juice or powder + Rosepetal powder


In a wide vessel setup double-boiler method Add 1/2 tablespoon of shea butter Add 1/2 tablespoon of vitamin E oil Add 1/4th tablespoon of glycerine Add 1 tablespoon of beetroot juice or powder  Add a pinch of rose petal powder

Mix the ingredients and let them infuse for 10-15 mins Turn off the flame and let the boiling water settle Now strain the mix in a small container Let the lip balm cool down and solidify.


Apply this 100% natural lip balm every day.

Read the detailed guide over here → How To Prepare Lip Balm At Home?

Chapter 7: Home-Made Night Cream

Home-Made Night Cream

I always say, if you wash your face at night before sleeping, half of your skin care is done. All kinds of healing and rejuvenation happen at night when you are in deep sleep.

If your skin is dirty it causes hindrance. So, wash your face every night. To take your skincare journey to the next level apply this night cream.


Almond oil + Carrot + Clarified butter + Aloe vera gel + Glycerin + Green tea


Setup double boiler method Add 1-2 tablespoons of almond oil Add 1 teaspoon of carrot juice When cooked well, turn off the flame Strain the oil.

Setup double boiler method again Take 1 teaspoon of clarified butter Add carrot oilAdd 1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel to it Add 1 teaspoon of glycerin Add 1-2 tablespoons of green tea concoction Mix all these things properly.


Wash your face properly. After washing, take a little cream and apply it to your skin. If you use Gua Sha, use it as a cream.

Read the detailed guide over here → Homemade Night Cream For Glowing Skin | Preity Prerna

Chapter 8: Home-Made Ubtan

Home-Made Ubtan

We live in a world occupied by skincare products full of chemicals that do more bad than good. In this case, Ubtan can help.

Ubtan is a part of traditional Indian skincare and has been revered for centuries for its ability to nourish, brighten, and revitalize the skin.

This homemade Ubtan for glowing skin offers a refreshing alternative that harnesses the power of age-old remedies.


Turmeric + Gram Flour + Sandalwood Powder + Rosewater


Prepare a green tea decoction Take 2-3 spoons of the decoction in a bowl and let it cool

In the decoction add 2-3 tablespoons of rosewater Add gram flour into the mixture until you achieve a paste-like consistency Stir and mix well.


Take a small amount of the Ubtan onto your palm and massage it into your face in a gentle circular motion.

Allow it to sit on your face for a few minutes without letting it completely dry out. Rinse your face thoroughly with plain water, avoiding the use of any facial cleanser.

Read the detailed guide over here → Ubtan To Treat Blemishes And Dark Spots At Home

Final Words

This is not all. I've shared many more remedies and preps but since you're just beginning your journey, this much is enough for you.

Try them and if you are skeptical about any ingredient skip it.

You can even learn more about the individual ingredients here:

I would love to hear from you, did you like this guide?

What are you going to prepare first?

It is the facewash or moisturizer?

Anti-ageing toner or Ayurvedic Ubtan?

Let me know in the comment section. And,

If you’re not a part of our amazing family, you’re missing out. Join us today and start your natural skincare and haircare journey and get help from other community members. 😊

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