A facial cleans, exfoliates and nourishes the skin to promote clear, well-hydrated skin. A facial is the second most popular spa service after massage. Ideally, get a facial every four to six weeks because that’s how long it takes the skin to regenerate. Try to have a facial at least four times a year, as the season changes. You may need it more frequently if you are trying to clear up a case of acne, especially at the beginning.
Decide for a facial which is noncomedogenic, unscented oil and soap free versatile facial cleanser for the proper cleansing that is the basis of a successful skin care regime. There are different skin types such as:
Simple Dry Skin
All facials begin with an in-depth skin analysis and personalized advice for proper treatment and care.
Some common for all skin types facial recipes
Honey Facial – 1 tablespoon honey, 1 egg yoke, 1 teaspoon olive oil – Beat the egg yoke with a fork, add the oil and blend well. Add the honey using a spoon that you have rinsed with hot water and blend well again. Smear it all over your face with your fingers, except do not cover your eyes. Leave it on your face for 15 minutes, then rinse it off.
Cucumber Facial – 1 cucumber, 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice, 1 teaspoon witch hazel, 1 egg white, beaten to be fluffy – Peel the cucumber and run it through a blender or a food processor. Pour the cucumber pulp into a colander or strainer and force it through, catching the liquid that comes out in a bowl underneath. Combine the cucumber liquid with the lemon juice and the witch hazel. Stir it and add the beaten egg white gently. Put it on your face and leave it on for 15 to 25 minutes, then rinse off.
Some tips for excellent facials:
You can purchase a mask or make your own at home. Honey and egg whites are very good and effective standbys.
For dry skin, try using a mashed banana or avocado.
The herbs that work for you will depend on your specific skin qualities.
Experiment with a variety of herbs until you find the ones that work best.