Aloe Facial Cleansing Foam Holika Holika Dupe

By Aniela M / January 30, 2019

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If you're a lover of all things beauty, you've no doubt heard of Holika Holika Aloe Facial Cleansing Foam! And if you haven't…well, it's taking the beauty world by storm! This deep cleanser contains pure aloe vera left juice that turns from gel to foam, and its reviews are stellar!

But, if you're like most people are your beauty arsenal is just a little too crowded and your wallet too thin, no need to fret, because we've come up with a dupe! This homemade aloe cleanser is a replica of the Holika Holika cleanser and (we believe) works just as well! Of course you'll need to get your hands on raw, all natural aloe vera gel, but that's fairly easy to do!

Aloe Facial Cleansing Foam Holika Holika Dupe – Recipe

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Ingredients:

  • 1/4 cup distilled water
  • 2 tbsp fresh aloe vera gel (see here how to make aloe vera gel)
  • 1/2 cup liquid castile soap
  • 1 tbsp jojoba oil
  • 5 drops watermelon seed oil
  • 10 drops cucumber seed oil
  • 5 drops lotus essential oil

Directions:

  1. In a bowl, mix the distilled water and aloe vera gel. Use a whisk to thoroughly combine.
  2. Pour in castile soap and stir well.
  3. Add in the essential oils and pour into a clean pump bottle.
  4. Use morning and night, as you would any other cleanser!

Notes:

  • We in no way do we claim that this will be exactly like the Holika Holika Aloe Facial Cleansing Foam, but merely a homemade replication (we did our best!).
  • We realize most people don't have watermelon seed oil, cucumber seed oil, or lotus essential oil, and initially the cost will be great, but once purchased, you'll be able to make SO many amazing DIY beauty products (including this awesome cleanser!).
  • This cleanser should work wonders for all skin types, especially those with oily/acne prone skin.
  • The amazing scent of watermelon seed oil and cucumber seed oil will leave your skin smelling divine!
  • Gentle enough to use every day!

Benefits of Aloe Vera Gel for the Skin

So what happens when you start using aloe vera gel on your skin every day? Youtube blogger T”keyah B swears by it! Watch the video below!

Courtesy of T”Keyah B
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5 from 12 votes

Aloe Facial Cleansing Foam

This aloe facial cleansing foam is a cheap and natural alternative to Holika Holika's version of the cleanser!
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Skin Care
Cuisine: Facial Cleanser
Keyword: aloe vera, facial cleanser, holika holika
Servings: 1
Calories: 1kcal
Cost: $5

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup distilled water
  • 2 tbsp fresh aloe vera gel
  • 1/2 cup liquid castile soap
  • 1 tbsp jojoba oil
  • 5 drops watermelon seed oil
  • 10 drops cucumber seed oil
  • 5 drops lotus essential oil

Instructions

  • In a bowl, mix the distilled water and aloe vera gel. Use a whisk to thoroughly combine.
  • Pour in castile soap and stir well.
  • Add in the essential oils and pour into a clean pump bottle.
  • Use morning and night, as you would any other cleanser!

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slika

great recipe, im excited to buy all the ingredients and try it out! thanks for sharing!

gingerina

what if i were to leave out the watermelon and cucumber seed oils? i dont have those

LaLene

finally got around to gathering all the ingredients for this recipe and it smells sooo soo good!! Plus, it leaves my skin sparkling clean 🙂 Thank you!

angelica

made this but left out the lotus essential oil- stil smells super!

Jenna_Tee

love that there’s a dupe of Holika Holika cleansing foam 😀

princess_tiki

thank u 🙂

tia

thx 4 sharing, good recipe 🙂

AIda

love this face wash, and its so easy to make! thank u!!

lynmarie

aweeesommeeee I looove dupes! 😀

Diana Leah

Didn’t have any of the essential oils, but still came out a really nice foaming face wash!!

Anonymous

sweet!!

Anika

good recipe, ty!