DIY Beauty: Whole Living’s Dill Face Wash

You know those last few sprigs of dill that always seem to go to waste? I’ve just stumbled across a brilliant use for them thanks to So, why not brush up your beauty skills and savour dill’s natural exfoliating ability with this funky little cleanser that’s super easy to make.


Image via Wholeliving

You’ll need…
1 x tsp of fresh or store bought aloe vera gel
1/2 x cup of organic milk
1 x tsp of freshly chopped dill

What you need to do…

Step 1: In a small bowl, combine aloe, milk and dill and stir until smooth.

Step 2: Massage mixture into damp skin with either your fingers of a muslin cloth for around a minute, and then rinse, alternating between warm and cold water.

Step 3: Pat dry.

Why bother? Well, Happies, this gorgeous cleanser utilises the antioxidants found in dill, which inevitably protects your skin from free radicals as well as bacteria. The lactic acid in the milk helps break down dead skin cells and improve the glowiness of your complexion, while aloe, as we know, is super soothing and great for irritated skin types.

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  1. memybestandi · February 6, 2013

    I only ever buy dill for a certain recipe and there is always heaps eft over so will remember this, I always have aloe in the fridge so will be easy to whip up! Thanks Yaz.

  2. purelifebondi · February 9, 2013

    This is a wonderful idea! All three ingredients are easily accessible, yet when combined are powerfully nourishing to the skin. Xx

  3. · March 23, 2013

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  4. natural skin care · March 25, 2013

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  5. Gina · April 7, 2013

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