At Home Facial Routine

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Facials are an important part of my skincare routine. I love the idea of getting profession facials once every few months, but they seem to happen probably once or twice a year. Blame it on lack of time or sheer laziness. But I do try to give myself a home facial every other week. It is a simple 5 step process which I do on Sundays mostly. You don’t need expensive products. You can do it with natural DIY masks or maybe get a facial kit from the market. These days a lot of brands have come up with facial kits, which contain the stepwise products you need to give your skin that glow. What I do is use the products that I already own. Here is how you can give yourself a lovely at home facial:

Step 1 – Cleanse

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love fashion makeup, at home faciall

Remove all traces of makeup. I use the Clarins Facial Cleansing Oil to melt off all that stubborn mascara and other makeup. Then I use my Clarisonic Mia 2 with my regular face wash to doubly cleanse my skin. I am in love with my Clarisonic. It deep cleanses my skin and leaves it feeling soft and smooth.

Step 2 – Exfoliate

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Using a gentle scrub, exfoliate your skin. use your fingers to gently rub the scrub in circular motions all over our face. I use The Body Shop Pore- Cleansing Facial Exfoliator.

Step 3 – Steam

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I love this step. Using a steamer, give yourself a 5-6 minute steam. If you don’t have a steamer then just soak a washcloth or a towel in hot water, ring off the excess water and press it to your face.

Step 4 – Mask

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Use a mask according to your skin type. I use the Origins Out of Trouble 10 Minute Mask. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes or as instructed on the tube.

Step 5 – Hydrate

Moisturize your skin using your regular moisturizer. Apply a thick layer onto your face and neck and give your face a little massage using your fingertips.

Share your tips and products in the comments section below. Also let me know id you have any DIY face mask recipes.



  1. April 18, 2016 / 12:27 pm

    Such a simple process, will surely be trying it out. I like to do most stuff at home than going to saloons because it seems most sanitary!

  2. April 19, 2016 / 8:45 pm

    Nice post.Simple and easy.I also prefer home facials.

  3. April 22, 2016 / 10:31 am

    Sounds simple and very relaxing too.

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