10 Steps to Clean your Skin

When they are young, women never think about cleaning the skin properly. Being part of the human body, the skin needs to be taken care of, in order to prevent further skin conditions and aging elements. In fact, the skin’s main function is to protect the body from infections and we must make sure that we manage to offer the skin all conditions to do so.

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How to clean your skin?

  1. When you wash your face, use warm water. Hot one can damage and dry the skin, leaving most of impurities behind.
  2. Use a gentle cleaner. The facial skin is very delicate, so there is no need to use products rich in caustic chemicals as they harm the skin.
  3. You have to dampen the skin before cleaning and when you clean it, make sure you follow the exact instructions on the products, otherwise you may harm your skin.
  4. Massage the cleanser with your fingertips, by using circular motions. After you have spread the cleanser on the entire skin, wait as long as it is recommended.
  5. Remove the cleanser with cool water. You can use a cotton pad to make sure you have removed it for good.
  6. Rehydrate your skin by spraying cool water over your face, in case you want to skin toning.
  7. Soak a cotton swab in cool toner and pass it all over your face. Leave the skin dry.
  8. Moisturize your skin and make sure you use the appropriate cream for your type of skin.
  9. Always follow the instructions on the moisturizer’s label and apply it in small quantities.
  10. Finish the treatment by using other skin care products in order to make you happy and satisfied.

Usually, you should cleanse your face two times a day, in the morning and in the afternoon. When your skin is very dirty you should use a deep cleansing product such as microdermabrasion creams and lotions. In other words, a clean skin means a young skin and you can keep it this way for a very long time, if you simply follow these habits.

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