Tip #15: RIGHT WAY TO EXFOLIATE FACE
If you have long hair, pull all of your hair far from your face and secure it with a hairpin. If you have bangs, you may need a hairband to hold them back away from your face as well.
Wet a clean washcloth with hot water. The water should be warm, but not so warm that it burns your skin. Place the washcloth on your face for one to two minutes to open your pores.
After you've opened your pores, softly wash your face with your usual facial cleanser. You don’t need to scrub very hard; you just want to have a good clean face to exfoliate.
Before you use a new product, you should do a spot test to make sure that you do not have a sensitive reaction. Choose a one-inch square along the side of your chin or face. Dampen the area, and use the exfoliant. Wait for about five or ten minutes. If the area starts to hurt, wash it off quickly. Do not use that product. If there is no sensitive reaction, you can use it on the rest of your face. Apply the exfoliating product to your clean, wet skin. Use two fingers or a wet washcloth with warm water. Softly rub the paste in circular motions over your entire face to get clear of dead skin.
Wash off all the exfoliating paste with lukewarm warm water. Then wash your face with cold water.
After you are complete exfoliating, use a non-comedogenic moisturizer with sunscreen to preserve your skin’s softness, avoid breaking out, and protect it from harmful UV rays. It’s easy for fresh skin to be harmed by the sun, so be sure to wear sunscreen if you’ll be spending time outdoors.
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Face masks in powdered form can be used by every skin type, however people with oily skin can benefit the most from the amazing properties of these masks. For example, face masks with clay absorb the excess of oil that has gathered on the surface of the skin, remove dead skin cells, and clean dirt from clogged pores.