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Facial At Home..

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  Getting a facial on a regular basis is very important.Especially if you are over 30. By regular I don’t mean everyday, but getting it at least twice a month is advisable. It is good if you can go to a professional for facials. But sometimes we just can’t make it to the beauty parlor. So here is a step by step guide for doing a mini facial at home without much hassle.
 
 
Step #1: Cleansing:  The first thing you have to do is clean your face. Wash your face with a gentle face wash. If your skin type is oily you can use Neutrogena’s grape oil face wash. If you have a dry skin use a creamy face wash.  This cleansing will help clean all the dirt and oil from your face.
 
 
Step#2: Exfoliating:  When it comes to exfoliate your skin, you need a good exfoliating scrub. Aveeno skin brightening daily scrub can be a good choice when you are doing a home facial. Squeeze a little scrub on your palm and do circular massages on your face…do it very gently! Massage all over your face concentrating more on areas like around the nose, chin and forehead. After you are done, rinse your face with warm water.
 
 
Step# 3: Steaming:  The best way to do this is wet a hand towel in warm water   and press it back to your face. You can repeat this for 2/3 times.
 
 
 
Step#4: Applying the face mask:  If your skin type is oily, you have to choose from the masks that are clay based. And if you have dry skins try to get the creamy types.  Apply the mask all over your face, keeping your eye area safe of course.  Keep the mask for 10-15 minutes ( depending on the skin type), and then rinse off with warm water.
 
 
 
Step#5: Moisturizing:   Finally apply a very gentle moisturizer all over your face.
 
 
 Helpful Tips :  For the dry, sensitive or combination skin types, do not keep the mask for more than 10 minutes. For the oily skin types keep the mask for full 15 minutes.

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Could you please share some

Could you please share some homemade masks for facial?
Like I have oily skin and if I want to use homemade masks what do I use??

Home made mask

Hi there!
For home made mask I mix some oatmeal& some water in a small container until it becomes like paste. I then apply it to my face and leave for 15mins.I then remove it with warm water.

Hope this works for you.

Bye,
Althea.

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