A facial is essentially a multi-step skin treatment that is one of the best ways to take care of your skin.  A facial cleanses, exfoliates and nourishes the skin, and can help your skin look healthier. Facial improves complexion, increases blood circulation, rejuvenates the skin and relieves tension.Your skin will feel refreshed and more alive.It is very easy to do a facial at home by following the simple steps.


The first step in a facial is cleansing. Remove all the makeup using raw milk to cleanse your face. Dip cotton in milk and wipe your face to remove all makeup and dirt from your face. Simply dab a cotton ball in  milk and gently rub it all over your face and eyelids. Not only will it remove all your makeup and refresh your skin, the lactic acid present in cow’s milk will also gently exfoliate your skin. Make sure to rinse your face thoroughly afterwards; your skin will feel smooth and oh so clean. Or Use honey cleaning  (if you don’t wear makeup).  Take about 1/2 teaspoon of the honey on your fingers. Warm it between your fingers. Add just a few drops of water if necessary to make a spreadable consistency. Smooth it gently on your face. Rinse off with lukewarm water and pat your face dry. If you have time, you’ll get the best results by leaving the thin layer of honey on for at least 10 minutes before rinsing.


The second step is to exfoliate. Exfoliation helps to remove dry skin cells on the surface, extracts the dirt particles from the open pores and also blackheads and whiteheads are removed.It is a simple method that whisks away dead cells from the surface of your skin, revealing the younger looking skin.The result is a brighter, smoother complexion – no matter what your age or skin type. Take 1 tablespoon of sugar 1 tablespoon of honey and few drops of lemon juice,mix all the ingredients. Scrub skin with the mixture and rinse well. it will leave your skin feeling like silk.


The third step is facial steaming. Steaming opens the pores and helps to release impurities built up on the skin.GREEN TEA FACIAL STEAM- Boil some water and take a green tea bag, cut it open. Empty the green tea bag into hot water. Take care not to go too close as it might scald your skin. Steam for 10-15 minutes leaving a gap in between. Finish off by splashing cool water on your face. If you have problematic skin or have sensitive skin, consult  your skin specialist.

Facial Mask

The next step is to apply Facial Mask.  Take tomato paste and mix dry lemon peel powder and honey, mix all the ingredients well and apply on your face.  Place cotton soaked in rosewater or place cucumber slices on each eye and relax for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, wash with plenty of water.

Don’t forget to moisturize your skin according to your skin type. Moisturizer helps to protect your skin and maintain the texture. Give yourself a good and inexpensive facial at home with these easy steps listed above.Ideally, get a facial monthly because that’s how long it takes the skin to regenerate. Try it out and let me know how it worked for you.


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Author: Chetna Tripathi

Hi there!My name is chetna tripathi. I love blogging.It is my passion. I am an introvert and I hate it because I'm often misunderstood. I'm not open up with everyone.I'm usually quite. That's why I love express my thoughts on paper,so i write dairy because this is the place where i can express myself freely. Interests: Blogging, Music,Painting,Reading, Television, Media Stuff,Social issues. I love hindi and urdu poetry because "poetry is language at its most distilled and most powerful". I love to travel because it broadens the mind and feeds the soul. Quote that I relate to “In an extroverted society, the difference between an introvert and an extrovert is that an introvert is often unconsciously deemed guilty until proven innocent.” ― Criss Jami, Venus in Arms

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