Learn To Do Your Own Facial at Home

Does your skin look drab and dull? Turn it around with this step-by-step facial. No need to go spend money and time at the spa always , these simple steps when followed well will give amazing results right in the comfort of your homes.

How To Do Your Own Facial

STEP 1: CLEANSE YOUR FACE

To cleanse your skin thoroughly, always cleanse twice. Some ranges offer oil as a pre-cleanser, which removes make-up and grime brilliantly. Follow with a cream, milk or foam cleanser, depending on your skin type. Remember to include your neck.

STEP 2: EXFOLIATE YOUR FACE

Exfoliation removes dead cells so your skin looks more radiant and other products can penetrate more effectively. Choose an exfoliator that suits your skin type: granular if it’s normal, cream if it’s delicate.

STEP 3: WARM COMPRESS AND FACIAL MASSAGE

Soak a face cloth in warm water, squeeze out excess and hold it over skin to boost circulation and open pores. Follow with a facial massage, unless your skin is oily. Gently work a rich cream into skin with little round upward movements.

STEP 4: APPLY FACE MASK

Apply a mask without removing the cream. Choose a hydrating, refining or nourishing formula, depending on your greatest skin-care concern. Leave the mask on for 15 minutes. This is a good time to soak in the bath or lie down to relax. Make eye pads from cotton wool and alcohol-free toner and place them over your eyes. Relax for 10 minutes and then rinse off.

STEP 5: APPLY SERUM

Finally, apply serum and day or night cream.If it’s daytime, don’t forget sun protection. Your skin should look invigorated, smooth and bright.

Tip: A facial is great for boosting skin. But it is daily skin-care and the use of an excellent sun protection cream that rewards you in the long run. ENJOY.

 

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