20/04/2012 material found by Natasha M (credit to the website Natural Masks)
Oat Meal Scrubs
The easiest recipe for oat meal scrub that will suit any skin type is take a handful of oats, wet them in the warm water and massage your face with this mixture for 2 minutes. Wash the oat left overs off from your face with the water of room temperature. You can wet the oats in warm milk for dry skin types.
For dry, normal and combination skin: half table spoon of oats should be mixed up with the same amount of corn flakes and 1 teaspoon of brown sugar. Add some olive oil into this mixture and apply it onto your face. It is excellent for 2-3 min piling. Wash your face off with some warm water.
For oily skin: use a coffee grinder to grind rice. Mix it with oats. Add yogurt or butter milk to you have a creamy consistence. Pill and leave it for 3-5 min on your face. Wash it off with cold water.
For oily and combination skin: take half table spoon of oats and wheat flour (potato flour or corn flour are as good for second ingredient) Pour some hot water into the mixture. Add a couple of drops of fresh lemon juice and mix it up use as scrub for 2 min an leave it for 5 min. Wash it off with cold water.
Tender piling for dry skin. 1 table spoon of oats should be mixed up with 1/2 table spoon of dry milk. Poor some hot milk into this mixture and leave it under the lid for 7-8 min. Use this mixture as a scrub. You can use cold carrot juice instead of milk. This is an excellent scrub.
Mix one table spoon of oats with a pinch of sea salt. Add two table spoons of olive oil or some other natural vegetable oil. Add some butter milk, sour milk, sour cream or yogurt if you have oily or combination skin. Mix it all up and use as a fantastic natural facial scrub.
Grind the oat kernels in the coffee grinder machine. Take two tea spoons of this flour and mix it with 1 tea spoon of brown sugar, one tea spoon of lemon juice and one tea spoon of aloe vera juice. Add some mineral water inside, apply the mixture on your face and massage it for 2 minutes. It suits every skin type but use this mixture with caution for dry skin.
For dry and normal skin: get some pumpkin flesh. Add 1 table spoon on this mixture into 1 tea spoon of oats, 1 tea spoon of walnut flour and 1 tea spoon of olive oil. Apply softly to your skin. Wash the face off with warm water. The following mixture will be also terrific for these skin types: 1 table spoon of oats, 1 table spoon of sour cream.
For Oily or combination skin: add one egg white into 1/2 table spoon of oats, 1 tea spoon of lemon juice, and one pinch of sea salt. Use the same ingredients for dry or normal skin but use egg yolk instead of egg white, use olive oil (or hot cow butter) instead of lemon juice and use sugar instead of sea salt.
Deep piling scrub: mix 1/2 table spoon of oatmeal and 1/2 table spoon of almond flour. Add honey and aloe vera juice into this mixture. Add some hot water and your mixture is ready!
Mix oatmeal with almond flour. Add 1 table spoon of sour cream for dry skin or add sour milk or egg white for oily skin types. Mix all the ingredients and use as a good facial scrub.
Get some sweet grapes and squash them, remove the seeds Add 1 table spoon of oats plus warm water. Leave the mixture under the cover for 5 min. Use tender moves to apply this mixture on your skin, massage it well. Leave for 10 min and wash your face with water of room temperature.
Oats scrub with whiting effects for all skin types: get some cucumber mashed and mix it with the same amount of oatmeal. Add wheat flour for oily skin. Apply and massage your face with this scrub. Use for 2-3 min and wash it off with cold water.