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6 steps to care for skin beauty effectiveness at home

Updated on July 25, 2016

Care for the beauty of the skin is the problem is most women are concerned. But often, each person is his choice for a certain solution they think is love. In fact, a post usually guide a care solutions for the beauty of the skin. To get a healthy and beautiful skin smooth, you need to fully implement the following 6 steps.

Step 1: Wash the face

Wash your face every day is work, but if you only do regular cleansing with a damp cloth to clean only the surface effect of the skin. To help clean skin pores and stimulates the growth of new cells, you need to apply a cream rinse. It is best to consult your choice for a recipe for homemade natural face wash water. How to wash your face with water processing of green tea is a good suggestion for you.

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Wash your face properly helps clear skin

Step 2: Steam

This is an important step but few women lose interest because they are relatively much time and effort. If you are responsible for your own skin, it also should not skip this step. The benefit of this step is to expand the pores, remove toxins and prevent the occurrence of acne.

Only with a bowl of hot water and a towel for a few minutes, you can steam your face and help your skin become cleaner.

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Steam opens pores and cleans bacteria

Step 3: Exfoliating dead skin

Skin cells are produced, and they will die and need to be removed. If for a long time will be filling up the pores, preventing the activity of metabolic processes under the skin. This will negatively affect the health and beauty of your skin. The only step on the cleaning effect of impurities on the surface of the skin, if desired completely clearing impurities and bacteria, you need to take steps irritation dead skin cells two times per week.

To just clean dead skin cells, ensuring the safety of new skin cells, you should study and apply some sort of a natural mixture of honey, brown sugar .... The use of some sort of a natural mixture solution is safe for your skin.

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Exfoliating helps new cells thrive

Step 4: Apply a natural mask

Apply the mask to bring natural beauty to the skin is an important step. They not only help your skin clean remove impurities, dead skin cells, but also gives new skin cells an abundant nutrient. Through the supply of moisture and nutrients, your skin becomes healthy and rosy. Perform this step 2 times a week, you can be assured of healthy skin.

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Masks provide nutrients and moisture to the skin

Step 5: Tighten pores

If Step 2 helps you open pores to remove impurities and bacteria clean, then this step requires you need to close the pores. This step has just returned to the natural beauty of the skin cells, both to prevent the entry of harmful bacteria to the skin cells.

Use a cotton ball dipped some natural juices have astringent properties to put up pores skin in minutes.

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Tighten pores prevent the penetration of bacteria

Step 6: Moisturize

The final step is the need to moisturize the skin. After you clean the impurities, dead skin cells and stimulate the growth of new skin cells, the skin in order to ensure long-term viability with the need to provide moisture to the skin. Can choose some sort of moisturizer available in the market or homemade natural moisturizer to help your skin fresh.


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    • camtuyentp profile imageAUTHOR

      Cam Tuyen 

      2 years ago from Viet Nam

      Thank you

    • ChitrangadaSharan profile image

      Chitrangada Sharan 

      2 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Nice and informative hub! Your steps for skincare are easy to understand and follow.

      Thanks for sharing this useful hub!


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