March 15, 2017

facial treatment Give yourself a spa-quality facial treatment at home with this two-step routine. The secret to a deep facial cleanse is to double cleanse your skin. The first cleanse removes any makeup and dirt that may have collected on your skin throughout the day. This allowing for the second stage of cleansing to be much more effective and for the product to penetrate deeper into the dermis.

Step One: Pre-Cleanse

As already mentioned, the pre-cleanse stage is there to remove any makeup, dirt and debris from the surface of the skin. By doing so, you clear your skin ready for the next product and ensure it gets the full benefits of your facial treatment.
Eye Makeup RemoverGentle Eye Makeup Remover
If you just want to cleanse your eyes, then the traditional Gentle Eye Makeup Remover is the product for you. This makeup remover is formulated with ingredients such as Aloe Vera and Lavender to calm and soothe the skin. An addition, it has been allergy and clinically tested to ensure it is non-irritating for the eyes. Making it ideal for even the most sensitive of skin. For optimal use, soak two cotton pads with the Gentle Eye Makeup Remover and hold over the eye area to loosen any stubborn eye makeup. Then very gently swipe across the eyes to remove makeup. The skin around your eyes are extremely delicate so you have to be gentle with it. No harsh rubbing or tugging allowed unless you want an early onset of wrinkles! Cleanser The glo-therapeutics innovative Essential Cleansing Oil is a water-soluble blend of Safflower Seed Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Jojoba Seed Oil and Orange Oil. This powerful blend of skin-healthy oils provides deep cleansing action for the skin by dissolving excess sebum, impurities and makeup. It then rinses easily without residue when water is introduced, leaving skin conditioned and renewed. This particular pre-cleanse facial treatment is ideal for all skin types. It helps balance oil production whilst keeping breakouts and congestion at bay, making it suitable for oily and combination skin types. It's excellent for dry skin as well, as it conditions the skin, to avoid leaving your skin feeling parched and tight. For best results, apply a generous amount of oil to dry skin using dry hands with small, gentle circular movements for 60 seconds. Add water and continue to massage into the skin until you see the oil turn into a milky white emulsion. Then rinse clean.

Step Two: Cleanse

Now that your pre-cleanse facial treatment is done, you'll need to use a cleanser specifically designed for your skin type. While your face is still wet from the pre-cleanse, apply a generous amount of cleanser onto the skin. Massage for about 60 seconds for the ingredients to fully penetrate and benefit the skin. Then, rinse and softly pat dry. Having a double-cleanse facial treatment will make a huge difference to your skin. Include it in your skincare routine for just one week and see the impact it has. You won't regret it.



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