Combine all ingredients in a small bowl
Cinnamon contains anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties that treat acne and skin blemishes. If you're allergic to cinnamon you can use nutmeg in its place.
Cocoa powder has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that promotes healthy skin tissue.
Cornstarch is used to absorb the oils in your skin and it also leaves a nice matte finish. If you have really sensitive skin you can replace the cornstarch for arrow root.
Mix well. You can add more corn starch if its too dark or cinnamon and cocoa powder to make it darker depending on your skin tone.
Grab a clean container or glass jar. I'm using an old mineral powder compact .
Use a spoon to scoop the powder in your container.
And it's ready use!
Store bought bronzers have so many different chemicals that can damage your skin in the long run. So it's important to know what you're putting on your face.
And did I mention it costs under a buck to make? (Happy dance!)
For a pinkish hue, use Hibiscus powder. It has antioxidant properties that fight against the aging process. Hibiscus powder maintains hydration and keeps skin soft.
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- 1.0Tbsp Cinnamon
- 1.0tsp Cocoa Powder
- 1.0tsp Corn Starch or Arrow Root
- 1.0 Lose Powder Container or Jar
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