Skincare Remedies: Try THESE home remedies instead of an expensive facial

You can easily do a facial at home by using home remedies and following all the facial steps with natural products and get a natural glow on your skin with pure ease.
Skincare Remedies: Try THESE home remedies instead of an expensive facial
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We live in a busy and fast world where taking care of our skin can be a hassle and with all the stress and workload it can be really tough to maintain a healthy and glowing skin which can keep you looking pretty all the time. Most of us spend our days at work and the rest of our time in traveling which makes it impossible to head to a parlour to pamper our skin and get a glowing skin. And facials are a necessity for healthy and glowing skin but for all of those who can't squeeze in some time to get a pampering facial, remember that you can always pamper your skin at home and get a natural glow with some easy home remedies that can replace your facial and give you a glowing and flawless skin.

 

Here are some remedies to pamper your skin and do a facial at home:

1. Cleanse your skin as that's the first step of facial. The best way to do it is to first wash your face with warm water and then use some raw honey to cleanse your skin. Massage some honey on your face and leave it for a few minutes and rinse with warm water.

2. The next step is to exfoliate. It's essential to remove all the dead skin cells from your face and allow your skin to glow and brighten up. You can make your own natural exfoliating scrub at home with one teaspoon of oatmeal or sugar and mix it with equal amounts of honey or olive oil and use it to gently rub your skin and remove the dead skin cells. Remember to rinse with cold water after exfoliating.

3. The next step is to take some steam. It allows your skin to relax and opens up all your pores and remove the toxins from them. This process helps cleanse your pores and unclogs them. You can take a pot of hot steaming water and pour a few drops of chamomile or lavender essential oil. Lean over the steaming pot and cover your head and the pot with a towel to lock the vapours in. Take some steam for up to 10 minutes and then keep your head and face covered for up to 5 minutes.

4. The next step is to apply a nourishing face mask which you can easily make at home with any of your favourite kitchen ingredients. You can use honey and multani mitti and turmeric and fresh fruits like bananas and strawberries and curd for making a DIY mask and put some cucumber on your eyes and relax with the face mask for up to 20 minutes or until your mask dries. Rinse with cold water.

5. After this, tone your skin with a natural toner which closes up your pores and keeps it away from toxins and dirt and anything else that can clog it up. Mix one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar with 2 teaspoons of water and apply it on your face with a cotton or a cotton pad and let it air dry.

6. Once that's done, the last step is to moisturize your skin with a gentle moisturizer. You can use some fresh milk cream or oils like olive or almond oil to moisturize your skin. You can also use aloe vera gel mixed with jojoba oil to moisturize your skin. 

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