Use This DIY Skin Polish ONCE A WEEK

by Shikha
7 Materials
20 Minutes

Use this DIY skin polish once a week for gorgeous glowing skin.

I'll guide you through creating this rejuvenating, all-natural body scrub that will leave your skin feeling refreshed and revitalized.

Best of all, it's easy to make with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.

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Tools and materials: 

  • Mixing bowl
  • Food processor
  • ½ cup potato skins
  • Small - medium tomato
  • Gram flour
  • ½ cup raw milk
  • Spoon
Preparing scrub

1. Prepare the scrub

Take a half cup of potato skins and a small to medium-sized tomato and grind them into a paste using a blender or food processor.

Once you have a smooth paste, transfer it to a mixing bowl.

Add a gram of flour and a half cup of raw milk to the mixture, and mix everything together until it forms a thick, consistent paste.

Applying scrub

2. Apply

With clean hands, apply the mixture to your entire body, focusing on areas that need extra exfoliation or moisture.

Once applied, allow the scrub to set on your skin for about 5 minutes.

Massaging skin

3. Massage and rinse

After the scrub has set, gently massage it into your skin using circular motions.

This will help exfoliate dead skin cells and stimulate circulation.

After a few minutes of massaging, rinse off the scrub thoroughly with warm water.

Glowing skin after DIY body scrub

Use this DIY skin polish ONCE A WEEK

There you have it – a simple yet effective DIY body scrub that will leave your skin feeling smooth, soft, and glowing.

For best results, use this scrub once a week as part of your skincare routine. Leave me a comment to let me know what you think.


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Suggested materials:
  • Mixing bowl
  • Food processor
  • ½ cup potato skins
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