There are some days when you don’t want to step out of your house, and at the same time, you also miss the joy of getting a facial. Don’t worry; I have 7 easiest at home facial steps to do all natural facial at home.
With these simple at-home facial steps, you can make your face bright, smooth, and glowing.
The Internet is full of beauty bloggers that are writing about step-by-step facial at home. But they are using the products that want you to go to your nearby cosmetics store.
Whereas, in some dull days, you don’t even want to go to the nearest drug store.
I know this because I have gone through this situation a couple of times. That’s why in this article, I am going to share natural products that are available in your kitchen to do a facial at home for glowing skin.
So without worrying about the facial products and devices, wrap your hairs in a cool hairband and hop to your kitchen to get the natural items.
Facial Steps At Home Naturally
In this all-natural glowing facial at home, let’s start our first step.
Cleansing is vital if you want to get maximum out of your facial. Cleansing in facial is as necessary as a cake at a birthday party. So do it properly.
In this facial procedure, you are going to double cleanse your face.
Start by removing all the dirt, pollution, and makeup residue from your face. Take cold raw milk and dip cotton strips into it. Now wipe off all the makeup residue with the help of those cotton strips.
Raw milk will cleanse your face, add a glow to it and make it smooth. Moreover, milk contains lactic acid, which removes dead skin cells.
After this, for more deep cleansing, you need lemon juice and yogurt. Mix a few drops of lemon juice with a half teaspoon of curd and mix well.
Now cleanse your face with this mixture. Leave it as it is and rinse it after a couple of minutes.
Lemon juice is an excellent cleanser for both oily and dry skin. It also removes tanning. Yogurt, on the other hand, minimizes aging signs such as fine lines and wrinkles. It tightens pores and removes dead skin cells because of the lactic acid present in it.
The next step in the facial process after cleansing is exfoliation. Exfoliation or scrubbing polishes your face, make it bright, and also removes dead cells. The natural scrub that I will share with you in this section exfoliates your skin and removes facial hair. PLUS+PLUS ?
To make your own DIY facial scrub you need, sugar, lemon, and water. Yeah, as simple as that ?
Take half a teaspoon sugar and pour 3-4 drops of lemon juice into it. Mix it well. Now add few drops of water into it and don’t mix it.
Your DIY natural scrub is ready. Gently rub it on your face and neck in a circular motion.
Pay particular attention to your nose and chin as it will remove blackheads and whiteheads from those areas.
This sugar+lemon scrub will also reduce facial hair, and with regular use, you can also get rid of them completely.
Besides being an excellent exfoliator, sugar is also a natural humectant. This means it doesn’t remove your skin’s moisture and keep it hydrated.
While using white sugar on your face, make sure to be very gentle to your skin. Don’t apply too much pressure; otherwise, you will harm it.
Hurray! Here comes my favorite part of getting facial at home. Admit it or not, we all enjoy this part most while getting pampering at a spa or salon. And you are going to get the same feeling at home.
Massaging your skin makes it bright and firm by improving muscle tones. It also improves blood circulation, and you get that blushy effect on your cheeks without applying a cheek tint. ?
Among various natural massage creams, the one that I love the most is made up of cucumber and honey.
To make this natural massage cream, firstly peel and grate a medium cucumber. Then take two teaspoons of raw honey. Add both the ingredients in the blender and turn the switch on. zoooooooooooom ?
Turn off the blender when both the ingredients are mixed thoroughly. Sieve the mixture to remove any chunks. Take a small amount of this natural massage cream on your damp palms.
Massage it thoroughly on your face and neck too. Start with your forehead and follow the map from the temples to your nose and then cheeks. Move your fingers in an upward direction.
Massaging your face for a good 10 minutes will make your face healthier and brighter. For best results, use your forefinger and middle finger. Wash your face with water and pat dry it.
Use both hands while massaging and never massage in a downward motion; otherwise, you will get saggy skin.
Upward massaging lift up your skin cells and make it frim consequently.
Store the leftover massage cream into an airtight container and keep it in the freezer for about four weeks.
Now do a steam treatment to purify your pores. Heat makes your skin moist and relaxed. Moreover, it opens your pores and prepares them for a facial mask.
Boil some water in a pot. For a saloon-like experience, add aromatic or essential oils into the water.
If you don’t have essential aromatic oils, add some tea bags into it with aromatic herbs.
Then, take it off the stove.
Drape a towel around your head and stand over the pot for 5-10 minutes. The towel helps the steam to trape the heat around your face.
DIY Facial Mask
Time to prepare your DIY natural facial mask. For oily skin, mix one teaspoon honey with one teaspoon cosmetic clay.
Or if you have dry skin, prepare your mask by mixing one teaspoon honey with one mashed banana.
For medium to dry skin, you can only choose honey as a face mask.
Facial Masks remove impurities from your pores. They also nourish your skin. Apply the mask on your face and place chilled cucumber slices on your eyes.
Leave the mask for 15 minutes and then wash out with warm water.
Toning is the second last step of your at-home natural facial. Toner cleans and closes your pores and protects your skin from blackheads and whiteheads. It also restores the skin’s balance and brightens it.
The natural toner I use most of the time is rice water. Soak some clean rice into the water for about 2-3 hours before your facial process.
Then add this rice water into an empty and clean spray bottle. This rice water will work as an excellent toner, makes your skin clean and bright. As well as it also tightens and closes your open pores.
Rice water also improves your skin complexion. It is used for skin brightening for many ages.
The facial is incomplete without moisturizing. It is the last step of facial at home for glowing skin.
Moisturizing your skin with a natural moisturizer is very important because your skin dries out during cleansing and steaming. Moreover, moisturizing hydrates the skin and regain its lost moisture.
Almond oil, organ oil, or jojoba oils works best as a natural moisturizer. Likewise, aloe is another alternative that heals your skin if you are coping with sunburns.
I’m Wrapping Up!
You can get a facial at home very quickly with natural ingredients by following a few simple steps. Try to get a facial twice a month to maintain your skin healthily and bright.
After having a natural at-home facial, wait for 2-3 hours before applying any makeup.
I hope you found this article helpful. So the next time you are doing a facial at home put a story at your insta, and tag me. ?
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Happy Pampering ❤
Love, SUHANA ?