The common saying of your face is your fortune is not true in the day and age of higher education, still most women expect that their faces to look attractive, no matter whether they are hanging out at home or in the workforce exposing themselves to many people. If you know your face is at its prettiest, then you can face the public with self-confidence.
Facial treatments will make us feel relaxed, keep our skin soft and supple and skin looking satiny. Cleansing your face is very important. Our face is not covered like the rest of the skin on our body, so it can gather up tiny particles and debris from the atmosphere outside and at your place of work. Add to this our sweating and its no wonder our skin sometimes looks dirty. Use a good quality facial cleanser to take off the thickest grime that even soap can’t get rid of. Make sure it is suitable for your skin type.
Use a circular movement and a good exfoliation product to take off all those dead skin cells. The T zone should receive extra attention when you exfoliate your face. In order to steam your face, fill a bowl or the sink with warm water, dip in a cloth, squeeze it out and hold it on your face for several moments. Repeat about three times.
Put on your chosen mask, keeping away from the delicate area by the eyes. Leave on for up to twenty minutes. Rinse off with lukewarm water and moisturize, using a cream to suit your skin and one that integrates a sunscreen if you will be exposing yourself to the sun.
Facial masks can be made inexpensively at home with basic kitchen foods. Here is a simple apple cucumber mask recipe: cut a half of a cucumber, 1 egg white, 1 dropper drop of lime oil, half a tsp of each of the following: apple mint leaves, lemon or lime juice – or use both juices. Mix and blend until its creamy and keep in the refrigerator, but for no longer than48 hours.
Facial treatment masks can be made inexpensively in the comfort of your home with basic kitchen ingredients. An apple cucumber masque consists of: half a cucumber, one egg white, one drop of lime essential oil, half a teaspoon each of apple mint leaves, lemon or lime juice – or both. Mixing until smooth in your blender and keep in the refrigerator, but for no longer than 2 days.