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How To Do Facial At Home.

BY: Swati | Category: Women | Post Date: 2008-11-02

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Facial is essential for all women in to order maintain and improve the texture of the skin. Facial not only helps to clean and remove the dead skin but also gives the right vitamins to the skin that are needed for a healthy glowing skin. Even though all of us would love to have a everlasting skin like that, it is not always possible to go out and get a professional facial done. In today's world where everything is getting so expensive, it is hard to afford a facial done on regular basis through a professional or by visiting a to a beauty parlour (beauty parlor). Therefore, I prefer doing my facial at home at my own convenience and the comfort of my home. Here are some of the things needed to do a home facial.

1. Warm Water
2. A steamer
3. Facial scrub
4. Face massaging Cream
5. Cucumber
6. Face Pack
7. Cotton Towel

For Home Facial firstly we need to clean the skin by washing the face with warm water in order to open those pores and then scrub the face gently with a facial scrub. You can use any scrub but I use Apricot scrub by Steve.

After washing the face once again with warm water, gently massage the face with a massaging cream. There are a lot of Home Facial creams available in the market but, Boutique and Shehnaz Hussain are some of the more popular ones. Your face should be a little wet and the massaging should be done in a upward and outward motions. The whole idea is to make the open pores of the skin to absorb the cream. The upward and outward motions help in tightening and lifting the cheek bones and other parts of the face. The longer you massage your face, the better it is. If Possible, try to massage for at least 5 to 10 minutes. After that just leave your face for 5 minutes and in the meanwhile get the steamer ready.

Pour the required amount of water in the steamer and heated it up. Now sit on a comfortable chair with the steamer in from of You and bend your face over the steam and cover your head with a towel. Soon you will feel the heat on the skin, don't over do it, when you feel that its getting too hot, switch off the steamer and turn your face away. A alternative is to microwave a wet towel for one minute or soak a towel in hot water and then squeeze it in order to remove excess water and then cover your face with this hot towel.

After you are done with the steam, applying a face mask is the final step of Home Facial. Apply Mask evenly all over the face and neck and put thin slices of cucumber on the eye lids. Now relax and wash the face pack once it dries up. If your skin is dry after washing the face, simply apply a moisturizer.

There is as such no hard and fast rule as to how often one must do a home Facial, however the more often the better it is for the skin. By more often I mean around once every twenty days to a month.

It is important to understand that we all have different skins and what works for me may not exactly work for you. Use basic common sense while doing facial and if you feel to much irritation, then stop your facial immediately and wash your face with water, it is always advised to consult your doctor or dermatologist about which product is right for you.

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