Homemade Herbal Face Wash | DIY | Get Clear, Glowing and Spotless Skin

Herbal Face Wash can now be easily made at home with all natural ingredients. The market is flooded with herbal skin products including face wash but we cannot forget that they also have added chemicals in them which is obviously a downside over a homemade product which is completely organic.

In today’s post I’ve come up with a homemade herbal face wash recipe which has all the goodness of herbs that are good for maintaining healthy skin. This face wash is suitable for all skin types and you can customize according to your skin type. Lets say if you have very oily skin, so skip out the oil that I’ll be adding in the face wash for hydrating the skin. I have used sweet almond oil which should be used and will act as moisturizer and will not let your skin dry out. For people with acne and pimple prone skin, you can add tea tree essential and skip almond oil.

To create foam you can optionally add some mild baby wash but its not necessary if you want it to be all natural. Using liquid castile soap is also another good option which will give out foam and is totally natural. I’ll give out purchase links for all the ingredients below. This face wash will clear out your skin and leave it glowing, soft and supple. For best results, its important to use it twice daily. 


Homemade Herbal Face Wash

A natural, homemade face wash using herbs like neem, tulsi, mint, sandalwood etc.

Author Arunima Das


  • 1 Tbsp Mint Powder/Paste
  • 1 Tbsp Tulsi Powder/Paste
  • 1 Tbsp Neem Powder/Paste
  • 2 Tsp Sandalwood Powder
  • 1 Tsp Sweet Almond Oil (don't add if you have very oily skin)
  • 2 Tbsp Aloe Vera Gel
  • 3 Tbsp Rose Water
  • 2 Tbsp Baby Wash/Liquid Castile Soap (Optional)
  • 8 to 10 drops Tea Tree Essentaial Oil (For pimple & acne prone skin)


  1. Mix all the ingredients well and store in an empty clean bottle in a cool dark place for about 2 weeks. If using fresh herbs, please refrigerate.

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