Homemade Glamglow for Problem or Oily Skin

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Introduction: Homemade Glamglow for Problem or Oily Skin

Do you love Glamglow, but hate taking out a loan so you can buy it? Kidding! But really....it's so expensive! I love a good face mask, and Glamglow is a favorite. This recipe is specifically geared toward acne, oily, or problem skin. Enjoy!

Step 1: Homemade Glamglow

For this recipe, you will need:

2 Tablespoons of oil (coconut, jojoba, avocado etc.)

1/2 C. of Bentonite Clay

1/2 C. Chammomile tea. brewed

5-6 drops of Tea Tree oil

8 Capsules Charcoal

Instructions: Add all ingredients to a good size bowl, stir with a popsicle stick until smooth. Really work the clay into the sides of the bowl to get your glamglow as smooth as possible. The end result will be thick and mud like. Store it in an airtight container. **I am not certain of the shelf life, if worried store in fridge. Be aware that coconut oil will harden in the fridge...this just means you may need to let it sit out at room temperature before applying (or you could hold it in your hands before applying to soften it).

Step 2: Here's a Video If You'd Like to See the Mixing Process!

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Step 3:

Keep some popsicle sticks on hand to remove the product from the container. This will eliminate contamination of the glamglow.

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Wow! You're amazing. I think I have 98% of those ingredients. I have used glamglow before and it felt great afterwards (my skin did) but it really made my face burn like all pores were open and set on fire! I like a cooling sensation and love all the ingredients you have listed. I will definitely make this in the near future. Excellent post!

Good instructable :) I've heard other people mention how much they like tea tree oil as well.