The two-ingredient DIY cleanser Aussie beauty buffs swear by

The two-ingredient moisturising cleanser Aussie women are whipping up at homeand one item is likely in your kitchen pantry right now

  • Beauty buffs are making their own moisturising cleanser with two ingredients
  • In a Facebook post a woman said she mixes $6.99 aqueous cream with olive oil
  • The mixture works as a face cleanser and leaves the skin feeling moisturised
  • Australian beauty buffs are whipping up their own moisturising cleanser at home with just two ingredients that won’t break the bank.

    In a post to a popular フェイスブック group a skincare aficionado shared her handy hack for making her own cleanser using a $6.99 aqueous cream mixed with a few drops of olive oil.

    ‘At the risk of putting beauty brands out of business I have just discovered a way to have 500g of cream cleanser for easily under $10,’ 投稿を読んだ.

    An Australian skincare aficionado shared her handy hack of making her own moisturising cleanser using a $6.99 aqueous cream mixed with a few drops of olive oil in a post to Facebook

    An Australian skincare aficionado shared her handy hack of making her own moisturising cleanser using a $6.99 aqueous cream mixed with a few drops of olive oil in a post to Facebook

    The beauty lover said she got the idea after a friend said using the cream that her pharmacist adds olive oil to has been ‘life changing’.

    ‘I had lunch with my girlfriend yesterday and her skin was glowing. I actually asked if she’d had some work done. The answer was no. But she said I have two words for you…. aqueous cream,’ 彼女は書いた.

    The woman goes on to say her friend’s dermatologist put her onto aqueous cream, also known as sorbolene, to use as a cleanser and moisturiser and that the product has worked wonders for her rosacea.

    The beauty lover said she got the idea after a friend said using the cream that her pharmacist adds olive oil to has been 'life changing'

    The beauty lover said she got the idea after a friend said using the cream that her pharmacist adds olive oil to has been ‘life changing

    In a bowl, the woman mixed 120 grams of aqueous cream, which is commonly used as a soap substitute for people with sensitive skin, together with 12 millilitres of olive oil

    In a bowl, the woman mixed 120 grams of aqueous cream, which is commonly used as a soap substitute for people with sensitive skin, together with 12 millilitres of olive oil

    ‘Her pharmacy adds 10 per cent olive oil to the cream and she says it’s been a life changing experience,’ 彼女は言いました.

    In a bowl, the woman mixed 120 grams of aqueous cream, which is commonly used as a soap substitute for people with sensitive skin, together with 12 millilitres of olive oil and a few drops of lavender essential oil.

    ‘Washed my face last night and this morning with it. I used it in conjunction with a Face Halo and warm water. Took all my makeup off. Left my face feeling soft and not tight. No greasy residue but moisturised,’ she later reported.

    What is aqueous cream?

    Aqueous cream is a non-greasy emollient or moisturiser, used to relieve dry skin conditions such as eczema.

    When used as a soap substitute or wash product, it works by providing a layer of oil on the surface of the skin, which traps water beneath it and prevents water evaporating from the skin surface. この方法では, it helps to retain moisture on the skin and reduce dryness.

    Aqueous cream is recommended as a soap substitute, to be used instead of soap. Soaps (including shower gels and bubble baths) can irritate and dry out the skin. This can make eczema worse. Although aqueous cream does not lather or foam like regular soap, it cleanses the skin well. It can be used before or during bathing, showering or washing.

    If your aqueous cream contains sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS), it must be washed off, and not left on the skin for prolonged periods.

    If your aqueous cream does not contain SLS, it does not need to be washed off and can be left on the skin.

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    The post attracted dozens of impressed responses from fellow group members with many saying the hack has improved their complexion and eased skin damage.

    ‘My dermatologist recommended aqueous cream as well. I used it for years as both cleanser and moisturiser. It was great, but I needed something richer for my dry skin – インクルード 10 per cent olive oil is a great tip,’ 一人の女性が書いた.

    ‘Years ago I gave myself a chemical burn from chest to bikini areasaw many doctors for relief until one suggested a mix of bio oil and aqueous cream to rehydrate the skin as it heals. It is a miracle cream worth its weight in gold,’ 別の人が言った.