1 Take your hair off your face. Use a headband, hair bandage or hairpins to pull the hair back and completely reveal the face. You do not want your hair mixed up during the procedure.
2 Wash using a gentle cleanser. Remove make-up with your favorite cleanser and wash your face. The skin on the face is very sensitive, so do not wash your face with too hot or cold water, warm is best. Make sure you completely remove makeup before continuing with the facial treatment. If you want to try something new, wash your face with an oil method. Apply almond, olive or jojoba oil to your face, then rinse with warm water. This is an excellent way to remove makeup without damaging the skin.
3 Use a scrub or other means to exfoliate. Dead cells accumulate on the face and give it a dull appearance. Exfoliation, on the contrary, makes the skin radiant, which is very important for facial care. Take your favorite scrub and rub gently to get rid of dead cells. If you do not have a scrub, you can do it yourself. Try these simple recipes: 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 teaspoon honey and 1 teaspoon milk 1 teaspoon ground oatmeal, 1 teaspoon honey and 1 teaspoon olive oil 1 teaspoon crushed almonds, 1 teaspoon honey and 1 teaspoon water.
1 Steam face treatment. Heat a small saucepan with water on the stove. Turn off the hob and stand over the pan, covering your head with a towel so that the steam envelops your face and does not go anywhere. Steam the skin for about 5 minutes, if necessary, do not forget to periodically draw more air. Steam helps to open the pores, preparing to use a mask that removes impurities. To give the procedure more luxury, add some essential oil to the water. So you get and steaming, and aromatherapy. Try a few drops of lavender essential oil, lemongrass, rose or grapefruit. If you do not have essential oils, throw a few herbal tea bags into the water. Chamomile, mint and tea masala contain aromatic herbs.
2 Make a face mask. The next step is a face mask that will remove impurities (such as dirt and dead skin) from the pores. You can buy face masks in the store or do it yourself at home. It is easy and simple. Try one of the following options: For dry skin: mix banana pulp and 1 tablespoon of honey For normal skin: mix 1 tablespoon of aloe and 1 tablespoon of honey For oily skin: mix 1 teaspoon of cosmetic clay and 1 teaspoon of honey For any skin type: use pure honey, which has antibacterial and moisturizing properties, ideal for all skin types.
When you take a bath or shower, use warm, not hot water. Although hot water helps to relax, it can deprive the skin of its natural fat cover. This leads to dry skin and the formation of scaly patches. If you have dry skin, use a body moisturizer with natural oils - almond, coconut or olive.
After washing, gently blot the skin with a towel. This applies to the skin of both the face and the whole body. As a result, your skin will remain slightly moist. Excess moisture is gradually absorbed into the skin.
Wash twice a day to remove excess fat, improve skin color and prevent infection. It is necessary to wash in the morning, after sleep, and in the evening before bedtime. Use warm water and facial soap that suits your skin type. You can wash your face with clean palms, a soft washcloth or sponge. After washing, apply a tonic and a small amount of moisturizing cosmetic on your face. If you use make-up, do not forget to wash it off. Do not forget about the skin on the neck! Often she does not pay due attention.