To greater extent women these days are into taking care of their skin. And, one good way to do that is to get a facial. You can get a facial in two ways, you can go to the salon or you can do it yourself at home. Each of these has its own pros and cons. A facial salon will cost you more money than a facial at home. But the facial mask and lotions which are used in a salon might not be available in stores. Also, some women do not prefer to have another facial again once they have a facial at a salon.
At home do-it-yourself facial treatments are as good, but without the face massage. If you have money and can afford the salon lifestyle as some women do, salon facial is a good choice as it includes face massage in a package. But if you cannot afford salon facial, than you can get a perfect good facial at home. In order to have a home facial you need a facial masks, these mask can be purchased from drugstore and cosmetic places. Many drugstores and cosmetic stores carry a wide variety of face masks. The 3 most popular facial masks are Apricot, Avocado and Mudd. You can buy all or any of them.
One of the secret ingredients for facials that many people ignore is Oatmeal. You can either buy a facial mask that contains oatmeal, or you can make up a homemade oatmeal facial mask with rolled oats and honey. Once you have facial mask apply. Leave oatmeal mask on for 15 to 20 minutes and wipe dry. You can use warm water to remove the residue.
Oatmeal mask will leave your skin feeling silky smooth. Instead of Oatmeal you can use Cornmeal, it will also work the same way. There are many other home remedies such as Mayonnaise, Peach and Banana Mash and even lemon juice to hydrate you skin.
The winter is finally here, and along with it, some very chilly temperatures. It is general facts that the cold can do chaos on your customers’ skin, but did you know that it can also influence the makeup you put on them? Cool weather can momentarily change the consistency of your makeup, which is more often than not designed to be applied at room temperature. Application will be dissimilar if you try to apply your makeup outside of usual temperature range. For example, an eyeliner pencil placed on a cold counter top may perhaps feel dry and rough to the lid, making it inconvenient for the customer. This doesn’t signify the pencil has gone bad, it just indicates you have to warm it up to bring it back to room temperature. In order to bring it back to room temperature, roll the pencil between your hands and then draw small lines on the back of your hand to warm the core. Once the core is warmed, the application should be silky smooth as normal. Final tip: do not put your cosmetics to electric heat in order to warm it up. Electric heat to your cosmetics in not recommended.
Acne is a problem faced mainly by young people around the world. By the way, it is not uncommon to find acne in people aged 20 to 40 years. Acne is a skin problem characterized by whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, and lumps. Usually, it occurs on the face, neck, upper arms, and shoulders.
Several factors that contribute to acne are:
- Excessive oil
- Dirt and sweat.
Therefore, acne skin care starts with keeping the skin dirt free and reducing its oiliness. People with acne are supposed to wash their face with soap and warm water. Use a specially formulated face wash designed for acne-prone skin. Tea tree oil products are supposed to be useful.
Applying a sunscreen with SPF of 15 or higher is vital when going out during the day. The use of night cream should be limited. Astringent can be applied to clean and tone the skin, followed by the mild, water-based moisturizer.
Repeatedly touching or squeezing affected areas often aggravates the problem and leaves behind stubborm marks or scarring. Tomato, mint, or cucumber juice can be applied on the face and the neck. They provide a blemish-free facial appearance. Additionally, a daily facial mask made from milk, almond powder, and rosewater can help lead to glowing skin.
Oil based makeup should not be used on acne-prone skin. While a variety of concealers are available in the market to hide irritated skin they are only a transient solution. In fact, some concealers add to acne problems. Aside from a skin care routine based on superior quality products your diet program should be organized to prevent or treat acne.
Intake of fried foods, candy, tea, coffee, soft drinks and alcohol ought to be cut down. Alternatively, tomato, fresh lime, or carrot juice can be increased in your diet. All these help to cleanse and moisturize your body internally. A healthy body can have perfect, glowing skin. Thus, a mix of internal and external care is crucial for combating acne.