Natural Skin Care Recipe: Cleanser for Dry Skin

Making your own natural skin care products allows you control what goes into each mixture. No surprises! This cleanser for dry skin has all the right ingredients to safely clean and nourish your skin.

Cleaning your face with a cleanser that is non-drying is so important! The ingredients definitely make a difference allowing you to gently clean your dry skin without causing further dryness.

Cleanser for Dry Skin

Aloe Vera gel is one of the nourishing components used to make this cleansing cream for dry skin.

Aloe Vera gel is one of the nourishing components used to make this cleansing cream for dry skin.

  • 2 ounces aloe vera gel
  • 1 teaspoon jojoba oil
  • 1 teaspoon glycerin
  • 1/2 teaspoon grapefruit seed extract
  • 8 drops Sandalwood essential oil
  • 4 drops rosemary essential oil

Blend all ingredients and store the mixture in a small glass container or jar. Shake well before each use. Gently apply with cotton balls, then rinse off. Gently pat dry.

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Natural Skin Care Recipe: Cleanser for Dry Skin — 4 Comments

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    • Thanks so much for stopping by. I have not been nearly as active here as I want, but I am hoping to see that change. I have been dealing with many health issues, not only the cancer, but right now I am sitting in a hospital bed after having both knees replaced. Blessings to you.

  2. Cindy, I hope you are doing well. I think you haven’t posted since April, so I really hope you are still battling your cancer strong. It is good to see another Christian pursuing natural health means for breast cancer. I was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma, grade 2 on 6/11/2014 and I’ve been researching like mad, praying and talking with my husband. I think I saw a comment on Forks over Knives about under another breast cancer survivor and I thought I would follow your blog. I do not want to have surgery, but I can’t find too many people who just do natural all the way. Did you say the naturopath you see in TX did that? I also want to change my diet to something like the McDougall – at least plant-based. That I can see is the common denominator. Do you continue to use the salve? Hopefully you can respond, but I know how exhausting all this is.

    • yes, Laura, I am doing well in my battle against cancer. But I have been dealing with some other issues as well … I am typing this from a hospital bed after getting both knees replaced this week. The orthopedic told my husband that the two worst knees he ever operated on were mine. I have been in pain a long time which makes it hard to focus and concentrate. Hopefully that will change soon.

      I am sorry to hear that you too are battling cancer. I have a pretty good idea of the fears you are facing right now. Hopefully I will get my life back together and can start posting again.

      Diet truly is very important in the battle against cancer. Cancer feeds on sugar, so you really need to watch your consumption of sugar. That includes things that your body converts into sugars: fruits, potatoes, carrots, corn, etc.

      I have also been reading that cancer feeds on mucus … so you also need to give up milk and milk products.

      I am not sure how your finances are, but there are products you can purchase on Amazon that my doctor uses in my treatments for cancer. The first would be a RIFE machine. It is able to kill cancer cells and the virus’ and fungus that can cause cancers. A biomat is another great tool. It is an infrared heating pad that you lay on … it utilizes the healing powers of amethyst crystals and heat. Cancer cannot survive in high heat. And an ionic footbath which draws toxins and impurities from your body.

      I am not currently using the salve, but I am using the Aloe Arborescens formula.

      You are right … all of this is very tiring … but I am winning the battle, and I pray that you can as well. I also pray that you find what works for you. Each of our bodies are unique (fearfully and wonderfully made) and what works for one may not work for another. Ultimately we have to make the decisions that are right for us … because we are the ones that have to live with them.

      Above all, attitude is very important. As hard as it can be at times … it is best to have a positive attitude. You cannot win this battle without it.

      In answer to your question above … altho the naturopath recommended the surgery, I went to a surgeon to have it done.

      Please feel free to drop by anytime with questions … I will answer them to the best of my ability. Good luck in your battle. Stop by sometime and let me know how it is going. Blessings to you.

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