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Home Facial Treatment Procedures

Home Facial Treatment Procedures

Facials are one of the most soothing and pleasurable things you can do for yourself. Martha has six special steps for home facial treatment procedures.

Many of us need to take care of ourselves and de-stress more than ever. But it’s impossible to arrange an appointment with your favourite esthetician for a professional facial.

Fortunately, you can still get a spa-quality facial at home. Nighttime is an excellent time to get started facial.

During the day, skin is more resistant, but at night, it relaxes and begins to mend. Follow the home facial treatment procedures as directed.

Step 1: Cleanse your Skin thoroughly.

You should start with a blank canvas before you do anything else to your face. Any makeup or product left on your face will make your facial less effective.

Try repeated cleansing to ensure your skin is as clean as possible before beginning the facial process.

Cleansing with an oil-based cleanser first, then switch to a degreasing cleanser for the second cleanse.

A water-based cleanser will remove any debris like dirt or sweat, while an oil-based cleanser will remove makeup, products, and sebum.

You’ll have squeaky-clean skin that’s ready for the next phases.

Step 2: Steam your Skin

You should start with a steaming process before you do anything else to your face. Any makeup or product left on your face will make your face less effective.

Try repeated cleansing to ensure your skin is as clean as possible before beginning the facial process.

Cleansing with an oil-based cleanser first, then switch to a degreasing cleanser for the second cleanse.

A water-based cleanser will remove debris like dirt or sweat, while an oil-based cleanser will remove makeup, products, and sebum.

You’ll have squeaky-clean skin that’s ready for the next phases.

Step 3: Exfoliate to smooth and brighten.

Exfoliation is an important part of any home facial treatment (or facial in general) since it removes dead skin cells and reveals beautiful skin.

Instead of utilising a manual exfoliation, Martha suggests employing an enzyme or chemical exfoliant (like a scrub). “Scrubs leave small micro-tears on the face,” says the author.

Micro-tears are “small scrapes” that can irritate the skin and cause breakouts.

On the other hand, exfoliating using a peel prepares your skin for the rest of your at-home facial.

Exfoliation, according to Martha, helps to open pores and smooth the texture of your skin.

She suggests massaging a chemical or enzyme exfoliant into your skin, concentrating on problem areas such as your T-zone, which may be oilier or congested.

Step 4: Apply Mask

Without some sort of face mask, a facial wouldn’t be complete. Depending on your skin’s requirements, you can choose any mask.

On the other hand, Martha suggests looking for a mask that contains detoxifying substances to help clear your pores.

Because after exfoliating, your pores will be open (Such as clay mask or a charcoal mask).

Try rubbing your mask in for a few minutes instead of just smoothing it on fast to make your at-home experience feel more spa-like.

Allow 15 to 20 minutes to wear the mask. “Sit in the bathtub or warm shower and just kind of let that mask steam extremely gently over your face,” Martha suggests.

Step 5: Moisturise Skin

Well-moisturized skin with a top-rated moisturiser is one of the most important factors in creating a beautiful glow.

After removing the mask, apply your favourite serum or moisturiser to seal in the moisture.

Martha suggests putting a few drops of your serum into your moisturiser to make your face feel less at home and more in-spa.

You can use a facial massage instrument like a jade roller or gua sha to help de-puff your face and take your moisturising to the next level.

According to Martha, there are other advantages: rejuvenation, collagen promotion, and cell turnover. She claims that “facial massage is actually very helpful for your facial muscle.”

“It’s like to going to the gym for your skin.”

Step 6: Massage

Incorporating a face massage not only feels fantastic, but it also helps to improve circulation and lymphatic drainage. This might give you a dewy, de-puffed appearance.

Martha claims that it can also help with dullness and skin.

You might be hesitant to apply an oil on top of your moisturiser if your skin is oily, but Martha suggests it “because it actually helps to balance out [your] sebum production.”

Martha advises jojoba or sesame oil for oily skin, while coconut, borage, rosehip, or avocado oil is ideal for dry skin.

What if your skin is somewhere in the middle? With frankincense or marula oil, you can’t go wrong.

Last but not least, dab on a little eye cream, like the Fresh Crème Ancienne Eye Cream, around the eyes.

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