Herbal Mask Exfoliation: An Essential Part of Your Beauty Routine
Our bodies replace the old skin cells with new ones. The dying cells create a protective layer which builds up over time and makes a rough layer that hides fresh, new skin. Hence, exfoliation is very important to get rid of the dead skin cells. While exfoliation is an important part of your beauty regimen, however, there is no need to use artificial chemicals for exfoliation process. The Vivoderm Anti-Aging Mask and Anti-Acne Mask make a natural exfoliating scrubs thanks to the 100% blend of pulverized herbs. Always look for skin products that are made from natural ingredients.
One of the easiest ways to make a scrub out of our facial masks is to first, cutsom-blend the mixture that is right for your skin type. If you suffer from super dry skin, you might want to add a dollop of honey or natural oatmeal to your mask. If your skin is oily, the acne-mask supplemented with extra rosemary essentail oil or tea tree oil will help keep your breakouts at bay. Apply them as normal, and instead of letting the mixture dry, just use it as a natural exfoliator, rubbing in gentle, circles around the nose and cheeck area. Remove with a warm, damp cloth. You can use these natural face scrubs twice a week.
You can make these home-made exfoliating face masks that will bring a glow in your skin. Fruits are are also benefical. You can mash ½ cup of fruit such as papaya or banana into the Vivoderm masks. Use this mixture to your skin for 15 minutes and then wash it off with cool water.
While exfoliating, always remember, to be gentle on your skin. The entire process is performed to get rid of the dead skin. The area around your eyes should not be exfoliated because it is a very sensitive, thin area of skin.
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