3 steps for a great facial

3 steps for a great facial
3 steps for a great facial

A facial cleans, exfoliates and nourishes the skin to encourage clear, well-hydrated skin. A facial is the second most well-liked spa service after massage.

A facial cleans, exfoliates and nourishes the skin to encourage clear, well-hydrated skin. A facial is the second most well-liked spa service after massage.

If you want healthy skin you’ll need to take care of your face and nurture it with the right products. The facial is as easy as three steps: cleanse, tone and moisturize.

Here's how to facial in 3 easy steps:

  1. You’ll need to pick a cleanser for facial that’s best for your skin category. For those of you with dry to normal skin, a cream based cleanser is a good option. Those of you with oily or combination skin may have a preference for a gel base cleanser. The nose is a target for extra oil, and many people fail to remember to extend their cleanser up to the hairline to remove makeup and dirt.
  2. I know that toners are one of those things that some people say you can leave out. If you choose to use a toner, it will get rid of any traces of cleanser lingering on your skin, temporarily shrink pores and may even give a moisturizing effect, depending on the ingredients in the toner.
  3. to finish the facial apply your toner on a cotton pad or ball and just swipe all over your skin again paying particular attention to areas such as the sides of your nose.

You’ll want to moisturize after your toner, but make sure you moisturize before your toner has had a chance to completely dry. Doing this helps seal in additional moisture. If it’s morning, try to select a moisturizer with SPF. Apply a pea size amount of moisturizer to moisturize your face and neck. Your neck will show your age more quickly if you do not guard and nourish it like you do your face.