dead skin

Last Updated on May 20, 2024 by admin

The skin gets affected a lot during the summer season. Not only sweat, but due to dust and soil in this season, the layer of dead skin starts to accumulate in the skin. Due to the dead skin, blackness starts appearing on the face and the skin becomes rough.

In such a situation, along with beauty products, you can also use a face scrub made from some household ingredients to remove dead skin. The best part is that all these scrubs are very easy to make and they make the skin clean as well as making it glowing.

If you are also troubled by the problem of dead skin, then you should also try the homemade scrub mentioned below once according to your skin type.

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sugar scrub


1 tablespoon green tea

1 tablespoon sugar

1/2 tsp honey


First of all, boil water in a pan and add green tea to it.

Now add green-tea to it and when the green-tea is cooked, then take the pan off the flame.

Now when the water cools down, fill it in a bottle. Store this water in the fridge.

Use this water whenever you prepare a scrub.

Now you have to mix sugar and honey in green-tea water.

Then you can scrub the face with it.


This scrub is best for those with dry skin.

Sugar is a very good skin exfoliator.

papaya scrub


1 tablespoon papaya pulp

1 tablespoon oats


First of all, mash one or two slices of papaya.

Now add oats to this papaya pulp.

Then scrub the face with this mixture for 2 minutes.

If you want, you can also grind oats.

Also, you can mix a little milk in this mixture.


If you have acne on your skin then you should not use this scrub.

The antioxidants present in papaya bring radiance and glow to your skin.

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orange peel scrub


1 tablespoon orange peel powder

1 tsp raw milk

5 drops coconut oil


First of all, dry orange peels and make powder (using orange peel).

Now take orange peel powder in a bowl and add raw milk and coconut oil to it.

Now scrub the face thoroughly with this mixture.

After that you can wash the face with water.


Orange peel scrub not only removes the layer of dead skin sticking to the face, but also brings glow on the face.

If you have oily skin, you can also use curd instead of raw milk.

 When mechanically exfoliating, it’s important to be gentle on your skin. You can make small, circular motions using your finger to apply a scrub or use your exfoliating tool of choice.

If you use a brush, make short, light strokes. Exfoliate for about 30 seconds and then rinse off with lukewarm — not hot — water. Avoid exfoliating if your skin has cuts, open wounds, or is sunburned. Apply moisturizer with SPF after exfoliating.

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Dry skin

Exfoliation is important for dry or flaky skin. Avoid mechanical exfoliation on dry skin, because the process is drying and it can lead to microtears. AHAs are effective for dry skin.

Glycolic acid will help remove dead cells sitting on the surface of the skin and encourage healthy skin turnover. Follow up with an SPF and moisturizer after using glycolic acid. It can make the skin more prone to sun damage.

Sensitive skin

Avoid scrubbing or using mechanical methods of exfoliation. These will irritate your skin further and can lead to redness.

Use a mild chemical exfoliator and apply with a gentle washcloth. For acne, you can also try a salicylic acid peel at your dermatologist’s office.

Apart from this if you are interested to know more about Anti-Aging Cream as a Daily Skin Care Routine then visit our Lifestyle category