The Best All Natural Face Wash And It’s Under $6

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There are so many skin products out there it can be completely overwhelming.  I used to go from one to the other, trying everything, hoping their promises would be the miracle for better skin. My skin always had an uneven tone, was pretty oily, and had breakouts.  About 2.5 years ago, I found the cure, but it wasn’t made by any skin care company.  Now, I never buy traditional ‘face wash’.

I started researching natural cleansers, and I found the perfect one for my skin! I have used this myself for over 2.5 years, only breaking when I travel because you can’t always get through customs with it.  (I got stopped by Israeli security at the airport, going through massive searching because they found it in my suitcase! Now, I leave it at home when headed out of the country.

What is this magical cleanser?  You probably have it sitting in your kitchen right now.  It’s raw honey.  Honey is a natural antiseptic and antibacterial.  On top of that, honey is full of anti-aging antioxidants.  And it’s so cheap!

Raw honey as a face cleanser

I first tried it as a face wash when I came across multiple organic forums saying it was great on the face, so I thought, “Why not give it a try?” Well, let me tell you, since then I haven’t nor will I ever go back to conventional face wash.

The main benefit this ‘cleanser’ gives me is an even complexion.  It also has evened out my skins production of oil so it doesn’t go from overly oily to being completely stripped and dry once I washed it.

You can get raw honey at pretty much any grocery store.  I generally get mine at Trader Joe’s for $5.99 a jar, but have tried many different varieties over the years.  What kind you get really hasn’t seemed to matter much, but they do have a variety of consistencies, so you can find the one you like best.  If you want more exfoliation, you can also add some baking soda to the honey and then apply it to your face.

raw honey as an all natural facial cleanser

 

(Also, it doesn’t have to be ‘raw’.  This just means it hasn’t been processed and has live enzymes intact.)

I keep a jar of honey in the shower like I would a normal face wash.  Then, when I am ready to wash my face, I just scoop some out with my hand and apply it to my wet face.  Next, massage it around and finally rinse with water.  It isn’t resistant to water, so it comes right off.  Just try not to get too much in your hair 🙂

I wanted to share this great and cheap tip with you all.  In my opinion, it is definitely the best all natural face wash.  I’d love to hear if you try it and what you think! xx

23 thoughts on “The Best All Natural Face Wash And It’s Under $6

  1. i love trying out new face products so i would love to give this a go! thanks for the great post!
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  2. I love this idea! I recently made a mix of honey, olive oil and sugar to use as a lip scrub when mine were getting all flaky last week. Not only does the honey moisturize and improve your skin, but it also tastes good : )

  3. Loved this beauty post! You are such a natural blogger your blog is amazing. Could you do some more beauty related posts maybe!! Hair care or makeup products you use? You are so gorgeous naturally tho so I doubt you need much help :)))

    1. Aw that is so sweet to say Cassie. Thank you! I will definitely do more beauty post of the things I really love. At the moment I can definitely think of a few musts. I’ll work on getting those posts out soon 🙂 xx

  4. Oh thank you I would love that so much 🙂 I am always on the look out for new products to try and love seeing what the gorgeous people wear and use 🙂

  5. I clicked an ad for your blog in a sidebar on IFB and I’m glad I did! Your style is so playful yet grown-up! And I’m gonna try that raw honey tonight for sure!

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