Saturday, 21 June 2014

DIY Mango Cleanser

Hey Sweeties,

With summer at its full swing , all I see around is mango's . I totally love eating them , they have so many health , skin and hair benefits about which I wrote  Here on my other blog Being Beautiful and Pretty .

I thought why not share with you a DIY Cleanser recipe from Beauty Diary .

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Its simple and works very well for all skin types.

You Need :

1) 1 Teaspoon wheat flour

2) Some mango pulp (take a small piece of mango and mash it with a fork)

So lets do  :

1)Take your wheat flour in a bowl and add a bit of  mango pulp . Mix them well . The amount of mango pulp dependents on you , i like the paste to be medium consistency . 

2)Apply it to freshly washed face , keep it on for 20 minutes . Then massage it a bit and wash off .
It will deep clean your pores.

If you want mild exfoliation add a bit of bran to the mango cleanser and it will serve as a mild scrub for you .

I have acne prone skin and almost all scrubs break me out , but I tried this one and it didn't .

Hope this was helpful.


  1. That's a wonderful idea - I don't think you could get any better - I try and use the more natural products but they're never 100% like this.

    Sharon xx
    Beauty, Miscellany

  2. I'll buy a mongo next monday:-)

    Hugs Anni

  3. very cool :)

  4. It looks so amazing, something definitely for my skin. :)
    Fashion Happenss

  5. I love Mangoes! Thank you for the recipe :)

  6. Great post...I love a mango...

  7. Amazing DIY ,love the Scent of Mango :)


  8. Great post!!

  9. OMG that looks amazing, love this beauty tips posts. I love diy beauty tips with natural home stuff.

  10. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Look forward to trying it too! And great blog btw:)))