Steps to do Clean-up at Home

We all love healthy skin, and you can do your own face clean up at home as skincare is very important. And today I will tell you how to do it.

1: Cleansing: Apply purging milk uniformly everywhere all over and wipe it off immovably in an upward way with a cotton material to clear any outstanding buildup. This technique additionally unclogs the pores. I have an oily skin so I use Himalaya Herbals Refreshing Cleansing MilkBut you can use product as per your choice.

 

 

 

2: Scrubbing: Wet your face and apply the scour in roundabout movements. Apply weight on your skin, however, don’t be excessively brutal. Back rub your face with the scour for a couple of minutes. Wash your face and pat dry with a perfect towel. Due to oily skin I use Himalaya Herbals Gentle Exfoliating Walnut Scrub or sometimes Everyuth Naturals Exfoliating Walnut Scrub because they suit my skin perfectly.

 

 

3: Apply Face Pack: Face covers diminish and enhance your skin tone. Apply the glue to your face and keep it on until the point that it dries – which would take around 20-30 minutes. Wet some cotton balls and place them on your eyes for unwinding. At last, wash your face with chilly water and pat dry with a perfect and dry towel. I have always used Charcoal facemask or Himalaya’s Purifying Neem Facemask. It helps me for my oily skin but it also gives great affect on dry skin as well.

 

 

 

4: Toning: Catch up with a toner to adjust the pH level of your skin. Spot it all over with your fingertips and abandon it on to dry. As toning is a vital part I use Lakme Absolute Pore Toner or Glow Tonic Toner.

 

 

 

5: Moisturizing: The last advance is the most unwinding and alleviating. Slather lotion all over and rub it into your skin utilizing delicate strokes. As I have extreme oily skin and hardly any moisturiser suits my skin I only use Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel.

 

 

 

Remember, clean up does not have any side effects unless the products that you use don’t go well with your skin type. And you can do a face clean up once a week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Author: Moni

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129 Replies to “Steps to do Clean-up at Home”

  1. As a bloke with a beard, I always cleanse my face! I’m not quite sure about applying masks like this! But, I am sure my wife will appreciate this post! Thanks

  2. Wonderful – thank you for sharing this inspiring self-care post. After weeks and weeks in my home office, I certainly need all the self-care I can get.

  3. These are great tips. I’ve always wished I took better care of my skin, but I have been fortunate to have pretty good skin. Maybe someday I will take the time I need to!

  4. This is so helpful, I don’t have a skin care routine and I totally need one. I wash my face and put sunscreen on lol!

  5. Thank for the tips. Even though I know how to clean face, I always miss out on the scrubbing movement. Now I have learnt the correct way to do it.

  6. I have found it fun to take care of my skin at home. quarantine has a lot of benifits! I just started using a toner and it feels refreshing too.

  7. I totally agree with the effectiveness of these steps for skincare. I do the cleanse, tone, & moisturize daily. I then only scrub & use a facemask weekly.

    1. I think one thing that I can’t give-up in my life is my skincare routine. Life might be tough but I never neglect myself.

  8. Our night skincare routine is mega important. And while there isn’t a one-size-fits-all routine, there is a foundational regimen that everyone should have in place. The ultimate goal is not to hit your sheets without washing your face at all.

  9. I should start doing the face mask. I love skin care routines and not only face but the whole body. Thanks for the tips

  10. Having a skincare routine is so important! Mine basically consists out of putting on day cream and that’s it. But I’m working on it 🙂

  11. These are all wonderful things for sure and love these. I am using a fabulous scrub from Philosophy that wars when I use it and my skin feels phenomenal afterwards so I am loving it. I would love to try the purifying milk 🙂

  12. Skincare regimes are incredibly important. When I was younger acne scrub every single day twice a day is the only way i could keep my skin clear.

  13. Wow thanks for this! I already have a routine going but I will definitely be integrating this clean up now!

  14. Thank you for these ideas! I have combination (I like to call it “confused” skin), so am still looking to perfect my skincare routine. Lately, I’ve started using bentonite clay masks to reduce inflammation and an astringent after I wash my face. I’m considering a toner – have you noticed much of a difference with your skin in terms of the toner? Again, thanks for this information!

    1. I loved it when it comes to skin care. I already have a skincare routine and I can say this one is super helpful to those people who aren’t yet on skin care routine. Good job btw!

  15. Since we’re still not allowed to go out and go to a spa, this is really helpful! I love doing DIY and doing some home spa. Thanks for this tutorial!

  16. So important to incorporate all of these steps into your daily skincare routine. I hadn’t thought about the impact of face coverings!

  17. I usually clean my face every evening with micellar water. It feels so nice and refreshing, and leaves my skin very clean.

  18. These steps have been so helpful, believe it or not chores aren’t as easy at it seems, finding these type of articles sometimes surely makes things easier.

  19. I should really try to start a cleansing routine for my facial skin. The most I do is wash my face and that’s it. Thanks for writing this post. I will use it as a guide for my cleansing routine.

  20. I’ve never heard of purging milk before…that’s definitely something to look into! Great tips here…skin care is so important!

  21. I usually don’t have enough time to follow the right skincare routine. I love this one and I’ll try to be more consistent in the future! 🙂

  22. What a nice read. Thanks for sharing your process with us! I’ve gotten a few good takeaways from this.

  23. I’ve always had a good skincare routine, but I have to admit I’ve dropped it off during lockdown (and you can really tell). Thanks for reminding me that I need to start taking better care of my skin again 🙂

    Louise x

  24. Its always good to have a skincare routine. This is especially helpful in todays time when you cant go out to get pampered. Thanks for sharing these tips.

  25. I dont know what is worse, the routine of a facial clean up you can do at home for women or shaving for men. Though I will say that shaving is a great exfoliator. Though I showed Darcee this easy routine and she said that she loves the moisturizers you recommend!

  26. It’s always good to have a good skincare routine. I do all of these without fail regularly and on a daily basis except for the scrubbing of course. One thing my Japanese friends have taught me is to use a warm washcloth for the face as well in place of scrubbing. Thank you for your post.

  27. My girlfriend gets me to do do a deal skin cleansing followed by a facial mask I have to say that it does feel good once in a while.

  28. I love a good scrub and peel off mask. Lately my skin has been struggling because it’s hot and humid on my island. The only thing that has saved my skin from doom is aloe vera! Pimple seem to vanish over night!

  29. Skincare is so important! I’ve tried all sorts of products but I still struggle to find a good moisturizer that doesn’t feel oily after applying.

  30. Taking care of our skin and using those methods you’ve mentioned will help us achieve glowing and young-looking skin for years. That is self-love!

  31. Thank you for these tips. I also have oily skin and I’ve never heard of purging milk before until I come across your article. I might consider that after I’m done with the current set I’m using.

  32. There are some really good tips here for sure and they are easy to do so will be trying as I need to look after my skin x

  33. I’m not sure I would use a physical exfoliation like the scrub! I liked them as well but apparently they can create micro-fissures on your skin and aggravate acne. It can always be replaced with chemical exfoliation!

  34. Great tips. I was doing a scrub weekly but my aesthetician said it was too harsh for my aging skin. She suggested an overnight peel. I use it twice a week and LOVE it. highly recommend vs scrubs.

  35. Moni Moni Moni, firstly I really missed you and I wish we spoke more often. I hope you’re well. And it feels great to see your posts again. And secondly, you definitely have taken the onus on yourself to help others indulge in some self care. As an actor myself, definitely taking some tips!

  36. Now that I am in my 30s I have been getting into skincare. You know we ain’t getting any younger, but I wanna look it. LOL, I need to find a skin routine that I can easily do. I need to find something to help with my rosacea.

  37. Interesting term. I thought you were writing about housekeeping. I guess skincare is sort of like that as we need to use the right cleaning products to get the desired results.

  38. I’m glad I’m on the right track! 😁 Except putting facemask as I currently have limited supplies. I can’t stress enough the importance of using moisturizer. Most tend to skip this part – it doesn’t only maintain skin’s healthy cells but also help balance skin’s complexion and prevents acne breakouts.

  39. This is timely. I have been meaning to get a new facial scrub and would love to try your recommendations. I think I saw this Himalaya Herbals a few days ago and will go back to grab one. Thank you for sharing.

  40. You have reminded me that I haven’t used a facial scrub or face mask in ages even though my daily routine includes cleanser, toner, serum and moisturiser.

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