Old 08-12-2013, 10:20   #1
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Giving yourself a home facial treatment is not difficult and can do wonders for your complexion. If you can follow a few simple directions and facial tips, there is no need to spend your hard earned money on expensive facial treatment procedures and products at your local salon.

A daily home facial procedure to clean, tone and preserve moisture level is crucial to prolonging healthy gezichtsbehandeling skin. Clean your skin soundly at least twice a day and exchange your pillow slip frequently. Especially important is the nightly washing, which gets rid of collected skin oils, makeup, and grime.

Washing Tips

If you have oily skin, apply a liquid or bar soap developed for your skin type; rinse off thoroughly. Dry skins flourish on superfatted soap, creamy washes, or purifying creams; normal skins can call for a mild soap or cleansing agent. Thorough washing is vital.

Most skins, except extra sensitive or very dry types, call for occasional exfoliation. Conduct this with a scrub cleanser or by working across your face very lightly with a rough face cloth or an scratchy puff dampened with soap.

Toning Tips

Freshen up the skin following cleansing and get rid of any left over impurities by passing over your face with a cotton ball drenched in skin freshener; avoid the sensitive eye area. If your skin is greasy, use an alcohol-base astringent. Dry skin profits from a mild, herbal toner, which frequently is all the cleansing required in the morning. A freshener ought to make your skin tingle and feel tight. If it stings, it's too potent.

Moisturizer Tips

Normal and dry-skinned faces, also dry regions on an oily face, benefit from a thin layer of moisturizer put on after toning and prior to makeup. If your skin is very dry, or if you reside in a frigid or dry climate, apply an emollient ointment to your skin right after the nighttime wash.

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