It’s a weekend. If you’re like the majority people, then your head is full of a myriad of “to-do”s including buying groceries or paying your bills, you’re also reviewing news articles such as this:) Did consider that cutting only 20-30 minutes during the weekend can allow you to maintain amazing appearance and health of your skin throughout the week? Find out five easy skin care tasks to do on a weekend. Select any of them that appeals to you and turn it into your routine. What’s more there’s no need to spend a lot of money to get a haircut to get any of them!
1: Face Mask
This is definitely our number. 1, absolute favorite, screaming no-brainer. Select a mask that is chemical-free, and then give yourself 20-30 minutes of total solitude. Masks do not just provide immediate noticeable newness (due due to removal) as well as hydration but they also serve as a great method to “feeding” antioxidants into your skin. Do this regularly!
#2 : Steaming
The most common cause of clogged pores is reason for acne and blackheads. A quick steaming session of 10 minutes on your face (just pure water, with no additions) removes the pores and helps to remove dead cells and dirt and gives a fresh look on your skin. Simple. Be aware of the hot water.
#3: Turn off the power, Unplug
Impose a 2-hour no-screen (tablet/smartphone/computer/TV/wearables…) period on the weekend. What’s this has to do with skin? Lots. It eases stress, helps focus your mind on what’s most important (not the latest trends) and helps bring the balance to your life. A well-balanced mind is the most beautiful body.
#4 Eye pack
If you’re at #3, cool your eyes by using an eye ice pack (there are many available on the market) or a handful pieces of cucumber, or keep your eyes open for a couple of minutes. Eye fatigue begins to affect your appearance quickly and in a dramatic way. Sleeping in your eyes is more than simply sleeping.
#5: Re-evaluate the regimen you are following
Every now and then check every now and then, go through your CTMP program and determine what you’re required to change or add to. Be sure to look through the ingredient lists for everything you make use of. Be systematic and independent and don’t trust everything the advertisements say.