But, these are just three of the numerous chemicals included in the scrub. Depending on the variety you choose, the product may also contain glutathione, papaya extract, niacinamide, and aloe vera leaf extract.
Please do a patch test first before using this product, so you’ll know it won’t cause untoward reactions, like redness and itching. If it does, please discontinue use.
Can You Make Your Own Facial Scrub for Oil Control?
Master Facial Scrub can be an inexpensive product if you want to address common skin problems like dead skin cell accumulation, acne, and oiliness. However, considering it has many ingredients that you might react negatively to, you might be tempted to just make your own facial scrub.
Common ingredients in DIY facial scrubs include oats (often, finely ground), brown sugar, baking soda, and fine coffee grounds. You will also want some type of oil, like olive or almond oil—just enough to act as a binding agent so the scrub holds together. The amount of each ingredient you’ll need depends on how much scrub you want to make at once and how strong (abrasive) you want your scrub to be.
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