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Caring for Your Skin, Face and Eyes – Part 3

Caring for your Skin, Face and Eyes is Essential to Keeping Wrinkles at Bay

Here we have three more wonderfully easy and inexpensive facial treatment for you to try out for yourself at home. I probably don’t need to remind you that your skin is the largest organ of your body and that caring for your skin begins with the healthy foods you eat. For a beautiful appearance, your skin needs to be cared for on a regular daily basis. Your skin should be smooth, supple and glowing in appearance if you care for it properly. If you do care for your skin it will be a thing of beauty.

Caring for your skin should not need to take you hours of your time each day nor does it need to cost thousands of dollars each year to maintain the beauty of your skin.

MyFaceMyLife have researched some simple, safe and practical methods for caring for and maintaining your skin using all natural ingredients. These all natural ingredients include healthy fresh food and general household items that you most likely already have on hand right now.

The beauty of food is that good fresh healthy varieties can not only make you healthier on the inside but also make you look healthier on the outside too!

Here are a few of the inexpensive beauty secrets that we have uncovered for keeping your skin, face and eyes looking amazing all day everyday.

Another Homemade Facial Mask

Follow these easy steps to open the pores of your skin and cleanse them to attain a refreshed healthy looking skin:

First, thoroughly cleanse your facial skin.

  1. Always wash your hands before touching your face, removing your make up and washing your face.
  2. Do not use hot water to wash your face. Use warm water to begin with and finish up with a splash of cold water.
  3. Preferably, do not use soap on your face.
  4. Only use soap on your face if you have an oily complexion. You should then massage some soap in circular motions all over your face. Start with your forehead, your nose and then your cheeks. Rinse your face with cold water and thoroughly wash off the soapy residue.
  5. Dry your face with a soft towel. Do not rub your face with the towel but simply tap it gently all over your face.

Now that we have thoroughly cleansed the facial skin we can move onto making the facial masks.

Facial Masks at Home: Preparation

Facial Masks are beneficial for many reasons but the most important, is that it draws out the toxins that are buried deep in the pores of your skin. Daily cleansing of the your skin will only remove the surface layers of oil and toxins, so using a facial mask after the initial cleansing of your face and before toning, will greatly improve the overall health and vitality of your skin.

When applying any facial masks, be sure to avoid the areas around the eyes and the mouth. Use your fingers to gently spread a thin layer of the mask mixture to the skin, and give it time to do its magic. Once mask has done its magic, remove it with fresh clean water and a soft cloth.

Here we have 3 more Inexpensive Facial Masks to try at Home!

We previously talked about the humble egg, using both the egg white and egg yolk facial masks.  Well we now have 3 more inexpensive food based facial mask for you.

Shiny Alive Skin using Olive Oil

Caring for your skin is easy when using Olive oil. Olive oil gives your skin a beautiful alive and shinning appearance. This method is pretty straight forward.

Smear Olive oil over your face and neck. Remove any excess before it runs off your face and neck. Keep the smeared Olive Oil on your face and neck for at least 10 minutes or longer if it’s needed. Remove the oil with a damp clean cloth when finished.

Cleanse Your Face with Milk

Milk is a great source of calcium and Vitamins A, B6, B12, C, D, K, E, thiamine, niacin, biotin, riboflavin, folates, and pantothenic acid are all present in milk. But milk is also a great way to cleanse your facial skin.

Legend has it that Cleopatra enjoyed milk and honey baths. During the 16th century milk baths became very popular among the nobility ofEngland. Today it is very inexpensive to enjoy the luxury of a milk bath.

To cleanse you face with a milk bath, simply apply milk to your face using a soft cloth soaked in milk. After a few minutes apply a massage to your face by gently rubbing your skin, this will get rid of any dead skin cells. This therapy will make your skin feel more alive, soft and supple. Finish the process by washing your face in fresh clean cold water with a soft damp cloth.

Cleanse Your Face with Green Tea

Caring for your skin is easy with a Green Tea cleansing solution.

Boil a pot of green tea for approximately 3 minutes and leave to cool for another few minutes.

While waiting for the tea to cool, thoroughly wash your face in fresh clean water with a soft clean cloth.

When cooled, apply the green tea to your face with the clean soft cloth. The green tea helps the freshness and clarity of the skin and to relaxes the muscles around the eyes that cause unsightly spider wrinkles at the side of the eyes.

The green tea also helps to rid the skin of any bacteria.

Have you ever tried an Olive Oil, Milk or Green Tea face mask?  If so, did they work for you? Please leave your comment and experiences for others to read.

 

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