I was thinking about how to describe this cleanser to you, but I think this says it all: coconut milk!
It’s creamy, delicious skincare… and, when you feel like your skin needs something extra special and nourishing – this is like the best kind of comfort food. It’s my vegan Coco Mylk Powder Cleanser & Mask and I can’t wait to show you!!
I developed this vegan friendly recipe for a workshop last year – and it’s one of my favorites to teach! It can be a swap for my Honey Cleanser from the Fresh Start plan, if you were looking for an alternative, this is the recipe for you!
This a really good face cleanser for all skin types! And the simplicity of the recipe makes it extra special – this is a powdered cleanser – and that means you don’t have to worry about it going off. Yes!! Make it once, and it will last for up to three months in air-tight jar!
When you want to use it – you simply mix a scoop of Coco Mylk Powder Cleanser with a bit of water to form a creamy consistency – and to activate the ingredients.
And just look at this ingredient list:
Oat Flour: A natural cleanser for your whole body, oats have saponins which help to release dirt and oil from your skin. When oats come in contact with water, it releases this silky gel that is ultra nourishing, protective and very soothing for your skin.
Coconut Milk Powder: Full of fatty emollients that leave your skin plump and moisturised. What’s really special about the fat in coconut milk is that’s its super high in lauric acid – which has incredible antibacterial properties and helps keep your skin stay clean and clear. Vegan friends, I’ve noticed that many coconut milk powders are mixed with dairy milk – so do check for that. *click here* for a vegan option.
Cane Sugar: Made from dehydrated cane juice, it’s rich in natural glycolic acids (AHA – the expensive stuff in jars!) It eats away at clogged pores and dead skin cells and gently removes the build-up that dulls our complexion, so that you see your own stunning glow shine through!
Most sugar is processed and stripped of these benefits – so to make really good skincare – keep your eyes open for “evaporated cane juice.” *click here* to see an example.
I powder the sugar for this recipe, because we’re not making a scrub. This is for daily use, so we want it powdery and soft…
I used to make this just as a face cleanser – but now I make a big batch and use it for my entire body. It’s feels so luxurious!
A really good idea is to prepare your cleanser, go into the shower and wet your skin, then turn off the water and massage it all over head-to-toe. It envelopes you, cleans your skin beautifully and makes you feel… lovely.
moisturising daily face and body cleanser – or leave it on as a mask!
What do you think? Next time you’re grocery shopping, pick up some coconut milk powder. It’s excellent in coffee as a dairy replacement, in soup and green smoothies – and of course on your skin! Inside and out skincare. You can buy it online too: *click here*
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