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Monday, April 26, 2010

30 Minute Home Facial. Smoother Skin Guaranteed!

Do you want to achieve that soft, smooth, glowing, even toned skin every week? Do you want to be that girl who walks into a room with that confidence, knowing her skin looks fresh, clean, smooth and flawless? Well, here's your answer! This 30 minute home facial is quick and easy. Great for the busy mom who doesn't seem to have a minute to herself, the young girl who wants to have that clean, fresh look, and for the woman who is noticing some fine lines and maybe a rough, lackluster look. Your makeup will not only go on smoother, but this is something you can add into the middle of your weekend recovery mode while you're relaxing on a Sunday. This quick facial will give you the results you want and will give you that 30 minutes to yourself. So without any delay, here are the details to achieving smooth skin!




What You'll Need:
  • Cleanser
  • Toner
  • Fruit Enzyme Mask (check out the suggested mask in my product review section. If you do not have this, you have two options: (1) 1 slice green papaya or 1 tbsp papaya juice, or (2) 1 slice ripe pineapple or 1 tbsp pineapple juice). More details on the benefits of these enzymes below.
  • Moisturizer
  • Tea Kettle 
  • Pot
  • Essential Oil of choice (optional). This will provide you with aromatherapy while you steam.
Weekly Facial
(1) Turn on the stove. Fill tea kettle with water and place on stove (if you don't have a tea kettle, fill a pot with water to boil). (2) Cleanse and Tone your face in the bathroom sink (while your tea kettle is on). When water is done in kettle, pour water into a pot and add your essential oil (optional). If you are using a pot, once boiling, turn off stove and move to an eye that has not been on (for safety purposes). (3) Put face over pot with a towel over your head for 10 minutes. The towel will help to enclose the steam. (4) Immediately put on the Fruit Enzyme Mask (or the pure papaya or pineapple) and apply liberally. Your skin will be damp once you remove your face from the steam, but don't pat dry. Just put on the mask and leave on for 10 minutes. (5) Rinse off mask in sink and swipe your toner on after (this will remove any excess mask). (6) Put on either your day or night moisturizer and you're done! Quick, easy, and you will immediately have smoother, brighter skin!


So, what are the benefits of doing facials? With every facial, whether you do it at home or get it professionally done, you will always want to incorporate steam and a mask. These two elements will guarantee the results you want. Extractions are very important as well, but it is only suggested to have a professional do them as they are properly trained. You run a high risk of damaging your skin if you decide to do extractions on your own or at home.


What are the benefits of incorporating papaya, pineapple, and fruit enzymes? Why should I include them into my weekly routine? These ingredients are absolutely AMAZING for any and all skin types! Whether you have sensitive, combination, oily, or dry skin, you will immediately benefit. If you have dry and/or sensitive skin, both papaya and pineapple will help to dissolve dry skin while it softens and heals. They both reduce inflammation and will take away those dead skin cells that make your skin look dull and lifeless. Everyone has to exfoliate. This is the number one skin care rule of thumb. These enzymes are considered one of the most gentlest ways to exfoliate and the results you will get are endless. Your skin will be soft, smooth, and you will have even skin color and tone. Your skin texture will improve, it will give you a fresh glow, and it will help to reduce any fine lines you've been noticing, not to mention your makeup will go on smoother. It sounds to good to be true, right? Well, it's not! I do this mask every week and have noticed a huge difference in all that was mentioned above. Try this mask for one week and you will see that immediate change! I can't wait to hear your results!













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