Natural Deep Cleansing




Introduction: Natural Deep Cleansing

About: I am a model and always take care of my skin, need to do for the facial twice before I know I have the photo shoot to go to make my face look great and ready to go.

What you are going to need is some skin care products to take care of your skin as our skin will start ageing after the age of twenty, taking care of the skin is not a bad thing which is contributing to good personal hygiene, it's easier for us to take care now than when we are older.

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Step 1: Removing Makeup

Starting with the cleansing the face is the fundamental of skin care which you will need to do by routine and not just one time in a week, make sure you do not rub your face hard with the towelettes.

Step 2: Cleaning With Soap

Use your favorite facial soap to scrub and massage slowly all over your face and neck area, many people have skipped the neck because afraid the contact with the clothing but it's important to clean the dirt and oil on your neck.

Step 3: Exfoliating

Use natural ingredients like ground coffee is working great as an exfoliant to get rid of the dead skin and the caffeine will leave your skin looking bright and fresh. If you don't like the smell, you can replace with any exfoliate skin care products.

Step 4: Moisturizing

Finally put on your clay mask to moisture your skin and let the nation absorb by the skin gradually, this might take more than half an hour to be more effective, as the result the skin will stay radiant for the following whole day. Repeat the step one on the next day to keep the skin look good, as this is something you need to do for a long term.

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    Very well written tutorial. I am going to share this with my daughter. I think that she might want to try it out.