People who deal with acne on their face know the real struggle. The red bumps, the acne spots and all of the excess oil issues that acne can bring to your face is beyond stressful. This is why, people with acne skin should take utmost care of their face however they can. This time, we're here with some DIY face mists
that you can very much try at home and give your skin the hydration that it needs. These facial mists will require some kitchen ingredients that have anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties which helps your skin benefit.
- Black tea face mist: You need - 2 cups of water, 1 tbsp of aloe vera gel, 3 black tea bags, 10 drops of lavender essential oil and 2 drops of peppermint oil/chamomile oil (optional).
This is how you make it: Bring the water to boil in a pan and once it does, turn off the flame and add some black tea to it and let it boil for 5-7 more minutes. Add some aloe vera gel, few drops of lavender essential oil and chamomile oil to the boiling tea. Transfer this mixture to a spray bottle and let it cool down in the refrigerator. Shake it well before you use it each time.
- Green tea face mist: You need - vitamin E oil, 1 cup water, 1 green tea bag and plastic spray bottle.
This is how you make it: Boil water in a pan and put the green tea bag in it for the tea to boil for another 20 minutes. Add a few drops of vitamin E oil to it. Mix all of it well and transfer this concoction to the spray bottle and let it cool before you start to use it on your face.
- Rose water face mist: You need - 1 cup water, a handful of rose petals and 5 drops of chamomile oil.
This is how you make it: Soak rose petals in a cup of water for the night. In the morning, you can discard the rose petals and boil this water for over 15 minutes. You then need to add some drops of chamomile oil to this mixture. Pour this water in a spray bottle and use it on your face whenever you feel like.