Deep-Cleansing Facepacks And Masks
Deep Cleansing Face Packs Know How:
Applying the very simplest cleansing and nourishing facepacks involves little more than squashing ripe fruit on to your face. Most fruits and vegetables can be used in this way, though harder types need to be grated or pureed: experiment with the suggestions given here to find what produces the best result on your skin. Smooth the facepack on with your fingers - or, if you find it easier, paint it on with a pastry brush kept for this purpose - and leave it on your face for upto 20 minutes (unless stated otherwise) while you relax. At the end of that time, massage the facepacks off your skin and then finish by rinsing with water.
Clay, oatmeal or chickpea or gram flour can be added to any of the facepack recipes to make a mask that aids the cleansing process by drawing out dirt from deep in the pores. Oat flour is very soothing for eczema, While chickpea flour can leave skin feeling very taut, si is best combined with other ingredients. Mix the mask to a consistency that won't slide straight off your face - experiment on the back of your hand - and leave for up to 20 minutes before massaging and rinsing it off.
Advantages Of Deep Cleansing Masks:
Deep cleansing mask helps unclog the pores; clear away the dirt; and the dead cells thoroughly. Once the skin is amazingly clean, it absorbs the daily skin care products better and in turn it enhances the effectiveness of the everyday products we are using. For oilier skin types, use the deep cleansing mask twice a week (not more than twice a week please, you don't want to dry out your skin and let is secrete more oil on the surface); for drier skin types, once a week would be good. A deep cleansing facial pack helps to keep skin healthy by:
Keeping the outer layer clean, smooth and soft
Ensuring there is enough moisture in the outer layers
Feeding living cells and tissues with a healthy supply of blood
Helping skin resist infection
Providing protection from external damage from the elements
Deep Cleansing Face Mask Suggestions:
There are several ready made deep cleansing masks available in the market. You can go for clay masks that suit all skin types and absorb excess oils, draws out impurities & gently exfoliates; contain Balm mint, arnica & olive extracts deep cleanse the skin; Skin balancing emollients & moisturizers included in the packs leave skin feeling soft & looking more translucent; Prevents blackheads and other blemishes; Ideal for use in t-zone or oil prone areas as a spot treatment. Natural green clay is recommended, but white or pink clays can also be used but are not as deep cleansing as the green. However, consider using white or pink clay if you have sensitive or dry skin.
You can also go for salon deep cleansing face masks using the richest herbal extracts in a vast range of herbal skin care including aloe and algae peel of masks, ginseng horsetail and aloe ceramides all designed to achieve a floorless finish, increase circulation and deliver a healthy glow…truly a herbal heaven.
A – oily skin -anti-bacterial deep cleanse for normal to oily skin.
B – Sensitive skin - Soothing for sensitive, reactive and irritated skin
C – Dry skin type - Firming and nourishing for dehydrated and mature skin
D – Blemished skin – Organic Enzyme skin peeling for blemished skin
E – Normal skin - Balancing and toning for normal skin.
How To Apply Deep Cleansing Face Masks:
Finger tips should be used to spread the pack gently over the face. It should not be applied near eyes and mouth leaving three circles on the face. Put the cotton pads soaked on cucumber/potato juice to provide relief to eyes. You should lie down while face pack dries because in this way skin will not be stretched which is being treated right then. You can change from one face pack to another which ever suits your skin.
Natural Deep Cleansing Face Packs