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Home remedies for facials

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We need to take care of our skin to keep it healthy

We need to take care of our skin to keep it healthy. Because due to external dust, sun, pollution etc., our skin starts to deteriorate slowly. So, if you don’t take extra care, the skin becomes dull and lifeless for a while. Along with that, the brightness of the skin is also lost. Many times problems like wrinkles can appear at a young age. As a result, you look older at a younger age.

Experts recommend facials to keep the skin healthy. This may need to be done once a month. But if you regularly go to the parlor for facials, it will be time consuming and costly. Instead, you can do a facial at home. There will be no need to go to the parlor. Save time and cost too. Also, there will be no fear of any damage to the skin due to home remedies. Let’s know how to do a facial at home –

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1. What materials will be needed?
For a facial at home you will need chia seeds, milk, honey, rice flour, vitamin E capsules and aloe vera gel. Take 1 spoon of chia seeds in a clean bowl and soak it in milk. Then blend the chia seeds and make a paste. Then mix it with honey, rice powder, vitamin E and aloe vera.

2. Clean the face
Now wash your face well with a mild face wash. After washing the face, wipe it gently with a clean towel. Now apply the prepared face pack on your face. Massage the mixture with light hands for ten minutes. Leave it like this and wait until it dries completely. Once dry, wipe your face thoroughly with a clean, wet towel. No need to splash water separately.

3. Use toner
After the pack is thoroughly cleansed, apply a toner that suits your skin. Moisturizer should be used after that. Honey and milk work to retain moisture in the skin. On the other hand, chia seeds increase the brightness of the skin. Applying a moisturizer afterwards will help retain moisture. In this way one day in a month you will get the desired beautiful skin.

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