face mask treatment at home

​A facial is a family of skin care treatments for the face.

Face masks are the perfect skin care treatment to help you with your skin care concerns. The right face mask can help hydrate skin, remove excess oils and help improve the appearance of your pores. They’re also an excellent way to help pull out impurities.

Facial mask is a kind of skin care product that you apply on your face. It is considered as one of the easiest ways to get healthy and supple skin within a few minutes. Also as face masks are designed for different skin and age types, it is highly recommended to include it to your skin care routine.
Today am going to list two simple types of face mask and how to make them at home. 

Grated cucumber mask

Apply grated cucumber over the face and neck. This mask is good for the treatment of pimples and blackheads. This process should take only 15-20mins of your time. To the grated cucumber you can add a few drops of lemon juice or honey. 

Procedure: wash face with your normal facial wash (I recommend clean and clear morning burst). Gently dry the face not completely, allow it to be moist, apply your mixture, lay on your back and relax, wait for 15-20mins, after rinse off with cold water. 

Oatmeal mask

Cook some oatmeal, apply it on your face and neck when it is cool enough, lay down and relax, leave it on for 15mins, after wash it off. This mask is good for redness and swelling and it also reduced pimples. 

Oatmeal mask is soothing effective and not irritating. 

Note: when towel drying your face, make sure to use a clean towel because a dirty towel can aggravate pimples, introduce dirts and germs to the skin which can clog up the pore and causes all type of skin irritation. 

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