How to Start your business from home by selling Facial Scrubs?

Posted by Sarah Arif on

Making facial scrubs is surely not a rocket science!

Remember, it is not just about selling but it is more about making your customers satisfied. A happy customer can bring your more customers. Doing a little research before launching any product is very crucial so that you know that there is a demand right out there. Your focus should be on the product quality, presentation and marketing, rest assured everything will go smoothly. 

There are innumerable botanicals in the world and not all of them are safe for your external or internal usage. Therefore, you should read properly about your ingredients. There are multitudes of e-books that can help you to understand the properties of each herb.

We have broadly three types of skin; Oily, Dry and Combination. You can make one product and cater to all of these skin types. It really depends on the sort of ingredients that you are using. But you can definitely not add an ingredient which can make someone's skin extremely oily or dry, because it would ruin a dry or an oily skin.  Therefore, you will have to opt for neutral ingredients and the method of application would differ according to the skin types. For instance, a person with an oily skin can add rosewater in your scrub and a person with dry skin can add milk or yogurt. 

So, let's move on to our secret Ayurvedic Facial Scrub recipe:


  • 1 Tbsp of Oatmeal Powder
  • 1 Tbsp of Chickpea Flour
  • 1 Tbsp of Rice Powder
  • 1 Tsp of Amba Haldi
  • 1 Tsp of Turmus kay beej
  • 1 Tsp of Sandalwood Powder
  • 0.5 Tsp of Rosemary Powder
  • 0.5 Tsp of Sesame Powder
  • 0.5 Tsp of Orange peel powder/ Carrot Powder/Lemon Peel Powder
  • 0.5 Tsp of Hibiscus Powder or Rose Powder

All of these ingredients need to be dry and properly grinded. You can add dry botanicals in the finished product for a good presentation. 


It helps to:

  • Brighten the skin.
  • Even skin tone.
  • Prevent acne and pimples.
  • Remove dark spots.
  • Make your skin smooth and soft.
  • Delay wrinkles and fine lines. 
  • Treat open pores. 
  • Prevent excess sebum production. 

Always patch test first, use it on your skin for a month. Give out testers to your family and friends and take a feedback. 

After this step, you are ready to move towards the packaging side. Use a decent jar and label it with your logo, proper ingredients, benefits, weight and company details. 





Courtesy by: Nature's Store Academy



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