Face Wash For Men - Everyday Essentials

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Everyday Essentials by Plant Therapy

Face Wash For Men

This is the best face wash for men!

My husband loves the deep woodsy scent of this blend as well as the exfoliation of the ingredients.  After a week of watching my hubby’s skin tighten daily, I finally stole some and tried it out and absolutely love it!  My husband has oily skin while mine is more on the normal/dry side and we’ve both reaped the benefits of this recipe.  This is the perfect addition to your DIY gifts for dad or any other men in your life!  Short on homemade gifts for dad?  Be sure to try these awesome Beard Oil, Shaving Cream, or Cologne.

Men's Facewash

What you’ll need:
What you’ll do:
  1. Measure and add together all dry ingredients.
  2. Mix well.
  3. In a separate container, combine and mix oils.
  4. Put in an airtight container.

Men's Facewash2

To use:

Use a clean spoon to scoop about a teaspoon of dry ingredients onto the palm of your hand, mix enough oil to moisten, massage onto the face (avoid eyes), and rinse with warm water.


5 thoughts on “Face Wash For Men”

  • It makes sense keeping the wet and dry ingredients separate, especially if chia seeds ‘bloom’ in oil the same way they do open water but I’m confused by the photo, it looks like all ingredients have been combined together?

    1. You’re right, Lynn, the image on the blog is a bit misleading. The dry and wet ingredients should be stored separately, then blend the amount you want to use in your hand before washing your face. I will put this blog down as one that we need to refresh the images! 🙂 Great question

  • Do you have to keep the ingredient separate? Is there a way to make it all together so it’s easy to use in the shower?

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