Vegan Face Wash Recipe for Sensitive Skin

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As someone with sensitive skin I understand how challenging it can be to find products that not only work for your skin but also don’t cause irritation. Therefore I developed a simple vegan face wash recipe for sensitive skin. Not only does it gently cleanse skin without stripping it of beneficial oils, but it’s also effective at removing makeup and deterring adult acne.

Vegan Face Wash Recipe for Sensitive Skin. This mild vegan face wash recipe gently cleanses skin without stripping it of beneficial oils, yet is also effective at removing makeup and deterring adult acne. Find this vegan face wash recipe now at Soap Deli News blog and start creating your own natural vegan skin care products!

I crafted my unscented vegan face wash recipe using Stephenson’s mild foaming bath butter for it’s gentle cleansing properties and creamy texture. Rich in natural glycerin, this base is also both paraben and MPG free.

I then added skin soothing colloidal oatmeal, oat butter and French green clay to this base to calm inflammation. In addition, I also used rosehip seed oil to hydrate skin and target aging without clogging pores. Jojoba beads and cranberry seeds are then used to offer gentle exfoliation.

Vegan Face Wash Recipe for Sensitive Skin. This mild vegan face wash recipe gently cleanses skin without stripping it of beneficial oils, yet is also effective at removing makeup and deterring adult acne. Find this vegan face wash recipe now at Soap Deli News blog and start creating your own natural vegan skin care products!

Vegan Face Wash Recipe

© Rebecca Dawn Dillon

Ingredients:

8 oz. Stephenson Foaming Bath Butter Base
1 oz. medium 40/60 white jojoba beads
.75 oz. oat butter (or another hydrogenated butter)
.25 oz. rosehip seed oil
.2 oz. French green clay
.2 oz. colloidal oatmeal
.15 oz cranberry seeds

Instructions:

You will need a digital scale to weigh out the ingredients for my vegan face wash recipe. In addition you will also need a hand mixer.

Begin by weighing out 8 oz. of foaming bath butter. Cut into chunks and place in a large glass bowl or 8-cup Pyrex measuring cup.

Next, weigh out and add the remaining ingredients to your container.

Starting with the lowest setting, use a hand mixer to mix the ingredients until combined with the foaming bath butter.

Once mixed, increase the speed of your hand mixer to high and beat until light and fluffy or to desired consistency.

Spoon the vegan face wash into your containers of choice. (I used these 2.3 oz. clear glass thick wall cosmetic jars with black lined caps from from SKS Bottle & Packaging here.)

Vegan Face Wash Recipe for Sensitive Skin. This mild vegan face wash recipe gently cleanses skin without stripping it of beneficial oils, yet is also effective at removing makeup and deterring adult acne. Find this vegan face wash recipe now at Soap Deli News blog and start creating your own natural vegan skin care products!

Then screw on the lids and label your jars of vegan face wash as desired for gifting or personal use. I decorated my jars using washi tape and scrapbooking supplies.

Vegan Face Wash Recipe for Sensitive Skin. This mild vegan face wash recipe gently cleanses skin without stripping it of beneficial oils, yet is also effective at removing makeup and deterring adult acne. Find this vegan face wash recipe now at Soap Deli News blog and start creating your own natural vegan skin care products!

If you’d like to make my vegan face wash recipe to sell, then you’ll need to follow FDA guidelines for labeling your product. You can find the information you need to do so in the book, Soap and Cosmetic Labeling: How to Follow the Rules and Regs Explained in Plain English, by Marie Gale.

This vegan solid lotion bar recipe is made with soothing oat butter, plantain infused olive oil and lavender essential oil. It's the perfect treat for sunburned skin this summer. Also try this vegan friendly moisturizer DIY on dry or rough feet, hands and elbows!

If you like my recipe for creating a vegan face wash, then you may enjoy some of my other vegan skin care recipes. These recipes include my natural vegan bath bombs with lavender & chamomile, my vegan solid lotion bars with soothing oat butter & lavender, my vegan friendly rose body butter moisturizer, my coconut milk facial cleanser with bamboo extract, and my foaming oat body scrub with frankincense & tamanu oil.

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For even more vegan skin care recipes, visit Soap Deli News blog here. Or check out my Vegan Skin Care Recipes board on Pinterest.

Not quite ready to make your own vegan face wash? Then I encourage you to check out the Organic Facial Wash by Christina Moss Naturals. This all natural vegan face wash gently and thoroughly cleanses your skin without stripping, drying or leaving build-up. And it’s suitable for all skin types – even those with super sensitive skin! You can buy it online here.

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Calendula & Goat Milk Facial Scrub Recipe for Sensitive Skin

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This natural facial scrub recipe for sensitive skin is made with calendula, colloidal oatmeal and goat milk! It gently exfoliates & helps calm inflammation.

Looking for a gentle and all natural facial scrub recipe for sensitive skin? Then give this calendula and goat milk facial scrub recipe a try. You’ll love the results!

This natural, exfoliating facial scrub recipe for sensitive skin contains goat milk and colloidal oatmeal known for their skin soothing and nourishing properties. There’s also baking soda which helps to cleanse your face while apricot kernel meal and finely ground calendula petals gently exfoliate skin. Plus, it’s unscented so there’s no need to worry about irritating fragrances!

This natural facial scrub recipe for sensitive skin is made with calendula, colloidal oatmeal and goat milk! It gently exfoliates & helps calm inflammation.

Calendula & Goat Milk Facial Scrub Recipe for Sensitive Skin

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

2.5 oz. goat milk powder
2.5 oz. colloidal oatmeal
2.5 oz. baking soda
1 oz. apricot kernel meal
.2 oz. calendula petals, finely ground

Directions:

You can typically find powdered goat milk in the baking section of your grocery store. Colloidal oatmeal is typically in the pharmacy section.

To create this natural facial scrub recipe for sensitive skin you’ll need to begin by weighing out the calendula petals using a digital scale. Next, grind the calendula petals in a coffee grinder or food processor.

Now weigh out all of the remaining ingredients using a scale and combine with the ground calendula petals in a large bowl. Mix well. Then spoon into air tight containers for storage.

To use your homemade facial scrub, simply remove a small amount of the scrub from the container and mix with just enough water, honey or favorite carrier oil (up to one Tablespoon) to form a paste. (For extra dry or mature skin, try mixing this scrub with shea nut oil or rosehip seed oil.) Then apply to facial skin in a circular motion for up to one minute. Alternately, you can use this scrub as a mask by applying and letting set for 5-10 minutes. Rinse with water to remove and pat dry. Store your scrub in a cool dry location.

If you liked this natural calendula and goat milk facial scrub recipe for sensitive skin, then be sure to check out my DIY Bath & Body board on Pinterest. Or visit Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen for a full collection of my skin care and homemade soap recipes.

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