Unlisted Brand • Oatmeal • Masks
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Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I first heard about this via Bubzbeauty. Here's the video on how to use oatmeal as a gentle cleanser:
Directions: "I take a palm full of oatmeal and I clench my fingers together into a fist. I then run my fist in lukewarm water for about 10 seconds and the water should seep through the gaps in my fingers and soak up the oatmeal. I then open up my fist and drip several drops of water into the oatmeal so it comes saturated and soft. I would then spend about 1 minute massaging the oatmeal on my face. Just a little note, it can be messy so make sure you lean over the sink so the excess oatmeal will fall into the sink and not into your clothes. I rinse the oatmeal off using lukewarm water and pat my face dry." - Bubzbeauty
This treatment is a life saver whenever my skin gets irritated. I have really pale skin, and my undertone is pink, so even the slightest irritation makes it go crazy. I tried the OCM (oil cleansing method) a while back, and that was a total disaster. I broke out horribly all over my face. Oatmeal was the only way I was able to heal my skin from that nightmare. I used it as a cleanser when nothing else could touch my face, and it slowly helped my skin get back to normal. I don't use it on a regular basis anymore, but I may use it once it awhile for exfoliate or as a calming treatment. I highly recommend this to anyone that needs to calm their skin down or just wants a nice, gentle way to treat their skin.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Ever since I watched Bubzbeauty's video on using oatmeal as a mask (
, I've been devoted to using oatmeal as my skin washing routine, and this honestly changed how confident I feel about my facial skin. Although I don't have excessive breakouts, the small red pimples all around my forehead and cheeks make me feel very envious of other girls at my school with clear skin. But every time I use oatmeal to re hydrate my skin full of those good stuff (and no added chemicals!!), my skin instantly feels SOFTER, and BRIGHTER! All I have to do is grab a small hand full of dry rolled oats (I have the instant type, from Quaker), clench it under water so that the oats become saturated and soft with water, and then I rub it gently all over my face. The slight roughness of the oats helps exfoliate my skin, and the milky liquid that comes from the oats helps make my face so smooth. I've also heard that some people grind up the oats and use it as a powder, but I really prefer clenching it until water. Just make sure to have some sort of strainer to catch any loose oats before they fall down the drain.
Oatmeal is the best cleanser I have ever used. My skin washing routine now consists of nothing more than water and oatmeal (although I sometimes treat myself to other natural masks).
Please please try using oatmeal. It has never made me break out (and I have very thin and sensitive skin, like my mother) and it has so many awesome benefits.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Love organic oatmeal, I use my oatmeal with some organic honey for a scrub/mask and it makes my skin SO soft, tones just heavenly. I swear by that mask, doesn't break me out and makes my skin look and feel wonderful!! (Buy organic so your skin won't soak up hormones and pesticides!)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Grey Eyes: Grey
I Tried This once and it clogged my stupid sink XD...but I like how it left my skin soft and not dry at all :) I will try it again for a while and see how things go.oh! grind it in a blender..
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Ahhh so soothing to my irritated acne skin. I used to use regular sized oats and attempt to get it on my face, but I just recently bought finely grained oatmeal, which I found at whole foods in the section where they have all those bins of grains and rices, where you scoop it out into a bag. I tried a "Scottish" cut type, but that was too scratchy. The finely cut one is nice and gentle. I pour some in my hand, add a little water, mush it around, and gently place it all over my face. Then I will either rub it around my face and then wash off or leave it on for a while. I do this after washing my face with raw organic honey. It doesn't cure my acne (trying out Differin right now), but it doesn't dry me out like everything else in the world, and it keeps things calm. yay!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love this stuff SO much. i have moderatley dry and (at times) very dehydrated skin and this has proven to be the most thorough and gentle cleanser i have EVER found- and i have tried ALOT (i currently have 7 face cleansers that I am trying to use up, lol).
The way that i like to use mine is that i first stir in a tiny little rice bowl (the kind you find in asian stores) about 1-2 teaspoon (the one that came with the little bowl) and i add water or toner, and depending how dry my skin is, a few drops of oil. While i let that sit and let the oatmeal get soft and slippery, i remove my makeup by massaging my face with argan/coconut/camelia/rice bran oil (whichever i fancy that day). I wipe this oil off and begin to massage my skin with the oats. I then use my clarasonic as though it were a regular face wash. i rinse and pat dry, swipe with a toner while still wet and then seal my skin with a cream/ and or oil depending on how dry it is that day.
As far as storage and preperation goes, I grind up my oats until they are a fine powder and put them in a mason jar in my bathroom. I also Love to mix in dehydrated fruit powder and dried coconut milk. I like to add oils and use teas or toners instead of water. I also like to mix in honey and turmeric for skin brightening mask. The mixtures a positively endless!
I also LOVE the fact that I can mix it as i need it- ergo its most potent and freshly made. As someone who tries to live naturally and simply this is a big plus for me!
I hope this helps someone!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Could I love oatmeal more!!! Aahhh this makes my skin SOFT. And does the cleansing part well enough too. Since I dont like washing my face in the morning (cuz you just wash away all the beneficial acids and oils that your skin had made up all night) this is definetly something that I would like to give a try. It is reaalllyyy gentle and works great for skin. (And yummy as a breakfast)
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I soaked organic whole raw oats in a glass of water for 2 hours. After a quick stir, i drained out the oats leaving the oatmeal "milk" in a glass. Using a round cotton pad, I applied a very wet layer to my irritated, red, dry, flaky skin. I felt immediate soothing. I kept reapplying throughout the day and by late afternoon my skin felt right back to normal. This is highly remarkable for me, as I live in a frigid extremely dry climate and I suffer from eczema and dermatitis on my face. I was very happy to notice that all the redness had been alleviated. My skin felt calmed, soothed and lightly moisturized. I will continue to use this "toner" as often as necessary.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I used this as a facewash, but it was the worrrst ! I liked the smell though . haha .
but i saw review videos etc on Youtube on natural oatmeal as a facewash, and it doesn't do what they say - smoother skin and soothing redness. this actually made me have more pimples and made more bumps on my face..... exactly opposite of what the reviewers say .
this is cheap to have a try though but i won't try it again lol
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I was having horrible breakouts from my birth control and tried every acne drugstore product under the sun with no success. I came here and read about the wonders of oatmeal and out of desperation decided to try it. I washed my face with it daily and holy crap it worked! Within 3 days my face was almost completely cleared up! Been using it for a few weeks now and have continued to not get any new pimples. HOWEVER, the reason why I can't give it the 5 stars it deserves is because I have formed a few cold sores and after research, oatmeal is very high in arginine which can lead to outbreaks. So, if you are not prone to cold sores give it a try, you won't regret it but unfortunately I can't continue to use it.