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Healthy Skin DIY: Cranberry Face Scrub

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After whipping up that cranberry relish, you've got some leftover berries. What to do? Consider mixing together an exfoliating scrub.

Cranberries are packed with antioxidants and B vitamins to protect against environmental damage and enhance cell turnover, resulting in a fresh complexion, says Marianne Zullas, a skincare expert and owner of MZ Skincare in Brookline, Massachusetts.

Mix together her cranberry face scrub and use it once or twice a week. She recommends making extra for homemade gifts; simply package in glass jam jars tied with a ribbon.

Cranberry Face Scrub

2 tablespoons fresh or frozen cranberries, crushed
1 teaspoon almond oil
2 teaspoons honey
1 tablespoon oatmeal

Directions:

1. Mix ingredients together.
2. Massage the scrub onto the face and neck for two to three minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water.

Marianne Zullas is a skincare expert and owner of MZ Skincare in Brookline, Massachusetts.

In Healthy Skin DIY, we ask the experts for tips and recipes on how to achieve healthy skin with natural and everyday ingredients. Have a suggestion? Email us at healthyskin@marthastewart.com

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