Herbal facial method
Wash the face and neck keeping the following points in view.
Dry your face by just pressing soft towel on your skin.
Cleanse the face with herbal cleanser which has little moisturizer in that
Place a wet cotton gauze on eyes and also on the head. (make a palm size cotton gauze for head). Expose face and neck to steam until you begin sweating profusely. The wet gauze protect the eyes and head from heat of steam.
The steam opens up the pores and helps the herbal ingredients of face pack to work deep in skin. The sticky sebum, dirt and toxins get softened due to steam. Just a gentle pressure on acne will bring the clog out. (Take care not to touch the acne with nails).
Now wash your face with the soap that suits the skin. Take 4 table spoons of herbal face pack and prepare a thick paste by adding milk. Apply a 1/4 inch thick pack on face and neck. Allow the face pack to dry. Remove the dried face pack using wet cotton swab. Do not hurt the skin while removing the face pack. Wash face with plain cold water.
The ingredients of the herbal face pack remove the dead cells of skin and expose the fresh , fair and glowing skin. The active ingredients of the herbal face pack help in reducing pimple marks, dark circles and enhances the resistance of skin to these problems. The herbal pack rejuvenates the underlying skin cells. The herbal ingredients of face pack controls the oil secretion from oil glands.
Apply Herbal gel provided with kit. The gel nourishes the skin and soothes it. Relax at least for 15 minutes.
Apply herbal gel twice daily. Take 2 herbal rejuvenating tablets everyday night before going to bed with a glass of warm water . These tablets rejuvenate the whole body and works from inside to keep the skin fair and clean
Tips to keep skin healthy and clean
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