Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Do-It-Yourself Facial Care

A good hygiene starts with proper care.  One of the most visible arenas to consider is found right just in front of the mirror—your face.  Your look depends not just in the way you dress up but in the way you care for your exterior asset.  However keeping a good looking and healthy skin, challenges some girls.  They spend big bucks to be able to meet this facial necessity.  In effect, only limited women can afford to do this and, those who have not enough pennies, oftentimes take this for granted.  Good thing, this facial issue has becoming a great concern in today’s posh world.
Learn some ways on how to have a glowing feature without spending big bucks:

Lather, rinse. When some spend only 5 minutes in washing their faces, many experts advise that it is always good to allocate more time in the sink.  It is better to not rush things when you are lathering and rinsing this core asset of you.  Pull back your hair and clamp it with a rubber or tie, to freely rub your skin with your favorite facial wash.  Lather gently on your top until it foams, make sure it will reach all corners of your face (up to your hairline). Then, soothingly massage it for a minute in an upward circular motion.  This will stimulate and relax the nerves.      

Steam to deep-clean.  A few facial experts always have a heavy-duty steam machine in tow whenever they are on their facial duty.  Steam treatment helps slough away the debris without causing inflammation in your skin.  But why splurge in such expensive procedure when you can do it yourself? Soak a towel in warm water then wring it out.  Drape it on your face for five minutes.  If you want to experience a more relaxing treatment, have a few drops of lavender or rose oil in the washcloth and viola—an instant aromatherapy for you!  You get the heat’s benefit without the machinery and a spa treatment without paying out some big bucks.

Quench thirsty skin.  After cleansing, steaming and sloughing away all the dirt in your face, it is expected that your skin may feel a little tight.  Pros share a few make-it-yourself rehydrating procedures in leaving your skin especially dewy. Prepare the cotton gauze found from your medicine cabinet and cut it into four 4-inch portions.  Dampen it with an alcohol-free toner and lay them across your forehead, chin and cheeks for 15 minutes.  This quenches your dehydrated facial feature also making your skin extra soft and glowing.  You may do this step as you listen to a relaxing music for a much more comfortable experience.

Lock in moisture.  Now, your skin is smooth and plumped up.  Keep this glowing look all day long by spreading dots of your favorite moisturizing cream on your face.  Seal in moisture with a serum containing strengthening peptides, which experts confirm that it helps stimulate collagen production on your feature.  But take especial concern on the eye areas.  These corners have fewer oil glands, so it is preferred to use specific eye creams instead.     

1 comment:

  1. This is helpful to many who do not like using the cosmetic side of beauty. Pretty informative post.
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