Soothing Strawberry Yogurt Facial Scrub

Use this strawberry facial scrub recipe on normal or combination skin. The strawberry seeds help to exfoliate old skin while the yogurt soothes.

This picture shows one of my hanging baskets and how I had been growing my strawberries while living in an apartment. I found that growing strawberries in very large hanging baskets, available from any nursery, to be exceptionally easy to do and extremely easy to maintain… no weeding, no insect pests!

The only thing you will need to be mindful of is if you’re growing anything in one of these large baskets is the weight, they are quite heavy… so make certain the place you’re hanging them from can support the weight.

You will need:

1/4 cup plain yogurt; chilled
3-4 strawberries; mashed

Instructions:

Stir all ingredients together.

Apply to freshly cleaned face and gently massage strawberry mixture to exfoliate.

Wash off with warm water and pat dry.

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