Body Scrub For Baby And You

Body Scrub For Baby And You

Every child is the apple of the eye for a mother. Mother knows best. Looking out for a body scrub that is herbal, homemade and soothes the delicate skin of your baby and you? Well, believe me, you are on the right page!

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Benefits of making your own homemade body scrubs

Homemade scrubs are any day safe and act as great exfoliations for skin cells and leave your skin feeling smooth and fresh. Homemade scrubs are a wonderful gift for your baby as they are 100% safe and natural for all skin types and leave a lasting impression on the skin with an added soft glow to your baby’s skin and you.
Rest apart it’s cheaper than the readymade shop packs.
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Homemade scrubs are an idle choice for your baby skin and you as it keeps you free from harmful cosmetic ingredients and preservatives that might cause rashes to your skin.
Going the natural homemade way preparing your own body scrubs is the best way to show your baby- You care!

Why try homemade scrubs?

homemade scrub

Homemade scrub is a great way to soothe dry and flaky skin. Scrubbing once or twice a week according to the skin type helps in removing the dead skin. I am sure; you are inquisitive to know more!
I too have a baby boy and I will share with you a homemade scrub that has been tried and tested for my baby and me. I can vouch on the scrub, since it has been tried on me by my mom when I was a baby. Luckily, it leaves me with a fabulous choice to wax just once in 3 months. I am thankful to my mom for this as I am not hairy at all. I wax around once in three month and in winters I just wax once for the whole season. Albeit she tells me jokingly that she used to make it for herself and left over was used on me.
The scrub that I am going to share is idle to remove the roots of the hair before it becomes too strong.

Ingredients required

Moon dal-Mung bean also known as green bean, mung, mongo, moong, moog dal (in Bengali), mash bean, munggo or monggo, green gram, golden gram, and green soy, is the seed of Vigna radiata which is native to Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan. The split bean is known as moong dal,Pesara [ (Telugu), which is green with the husk, and yellow when dehusked. The beans are small, ovoid in shape, and green in color. The English word “mung” derives from the Hindi moong.
moong daal scrub
  • Turmeric powder (haldi)



  • Rice flour

riceflour & green tea for skin

Method & Preparation:-

 Take 1 cup moong dal and dry it under the sun for 1 day. Now powder the moong dal and add 1/4th cup rice in it while grinding up the moong dal. Add 1 or 2 tsp. turmeric in it and mix it. Try to use organic turmeric if possible. Store the mixture in an air tight container.

 You can use this mixture whenever required. You can add milk, water and glycerin in it to make a thick paste. Use it on your face, hands and legs. This scrub enhances complexion, removes blemishes and adds glow to your skin.
It is quite effective than regular sugar scrub which we generally use. Those with dry skin should add glycerine in the mixture and oily skin people can use it both ways.
This scrub is light for the skin and can be used every day too. Best part about the scrub is that you won’t have to make it every day. Just store it in an air tight container and it goes long.

2. There is one more moong  daal scrub which is quite effective in removing dead skin, black heads and white head.

Ingredients required:-
  • 1tbsp moong dal


  • 2tbsp masoor dal (yerra kandipappu, ,red dolor dal, lentil or Masoor )
  • 12-13 almonds
 almonds face scrub
Grind all ingredients together and store it in an air tight container. Whenever you want to use this scrub add milk in it to make a thick paste. You can squeeze one lemon into it too.
Apply it on your face and body and scrub it gently for few minutes .Let it stay on your body for 15 minutes and wash it off.
Make sure for best result you can oil massage your face and body half an hour before applying the scrub.
2. If you are using it on your baby then be very gently and do a small patch test on his or her hand. Consult your doctor too before applying it.
3. Do not use anything on your body for half an hour after using it the scrub.
This is one of the best homemade body scrub recipes I’ve ever used, plus it is a great homemade body scrub and can also be given as a gift idea parcelled and packed in any empty bottle with a beautiful bow over it. The homemade scrub is the perfect choice for conditioning, soothing and deodorizing the skin. This body scrub keeps well for a month or so but its best to protect the oils from day light to keep them from weakening; I usually keep mine in the bathroom cupboard for convenience.
The body scrub recipes have a moisturizing ingredient or two included in them, good enough to make you feel pampered. With its refreshing and stimulating effects on the skin the therapeutic scrub is the perfect choice for most moms to use on oneself and baby using first thing in the morning.
Treat yourself with this refreshing deep cleansing homemade scrub that breaks down the impurities in the skin from the skins surface, leaving your skin feeling nourished and silky smooth.
Good luck in trying out all these fantastic homemade face scrubs. Be sure to see a doctor if any allergy occurs. If there are any other homemade facial scrubs, or tips that you know, we will be delighted to know!!

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  1. Hi I just have a quick question. I found this masoor body scrub recipie that can b used everyday. So I just wanted to know how long should I wait to moisturise (i use natural aloe vera as a moisturiser) after using the scrub. The scrub consists of Masoor atta, honey and milk.
    Cos we should atleast moisturise once a day….

    Guys 🙂

  2. :duh: :nono: Hi guys, I just have a quick ques. I have found a masoor atta scrub that can be used everyday. But I was wondering how long i should wait to moisturise(i use natural aloe vera as a moisturiser) after the bath. Or should I use it b4? My skin type is oily but one should atleast moisturise once a day…yeah so does anyone know?? 🙂

    Guys 🙂

    :wallbash: :jittery: :dance: :makeup: (this means nothing i just like smiley and got carried away :D)

  3. hy! is this going to work if i use it for removing my facial hair??
    i hate my facial hair??
    is sugaring a better option??

  4. you can bleach your facial hair once a month and hide it. But dont bleach if u have sensitive skin. It will further sensitise your skin.
    Next is threading. But once u start u will have to keep going ure whole life cause if u have thick hair then it will look like stubble and if ure hormones change then it will also become like stubble.

    Next is waxing. It kinda reduces the hair and takes it out of the root , but use cold wax.
    You have to keep doing hair removal once you start it cause once natural hair is touched it will not come back smooth the way it was.

    Better leave it the way it is…only do ure upper lip with cold wax best. Look afte your skin, be clean and neat, look after nails and hair and dress smartly. That will make up for ure facial hair… one will notice it until u point out a fault on ureself. Love your self. Hate is a strong word…..

  5. Hi,
    I have 2 year male baby. who is too hairy on his face and back. i am so worried for this can any one help me for this because i am so tense i got him after long time and i want him to look smart


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