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Facial Fitness

By admin On July 13, 2010 Under Formulas, Therapies

Facial fitness can make most think you are 10-15 years younger.  That is is pretty powerful but that is what keeping your skin healthy can do for you.  Age is inevitable but you may not realize how much you can stop the clock or even reverse time. You can look and feel young at any age. It really isn’t a secret how. You just have to learn the first signals of aging and who your allies are and overtake the march of time.

The better you look, the better you will feel. There is no way of getting around deep cleansing if you want to keep you skin in its best form.

Cleansing and Washing for Facial Fitness

  • Facial Fitness 3Normal skin: Mix avocado with olive oil and a few drops of vitamin E. Massage into face and wash off immediately with warm water and facecloth.
  • Problematic skin: Simple and effective way to control oily or problem skin. Mash papaya or peach and spread on face. Let dry and wash off with cool water. Lemon, lime, or grapefruit juice are good for problematic skin.
  • Dry skin: Same as normal skin. For more attention, mix honey and milk together. Pat on face morning and night. Rinse of with cool water.
  • Oily skin: Wash 3-4 times a day.

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Exfoliating for Facial Fitness

Don’t exfoliate too often. Just washing your face with a terry facecloth is a great way to remove dead skin cells without irritation. If you want to do something more, mix avocado and almond meal together (add lemon juice as preservative) and apply to face in shower with circular motions. Rinse.

  • Oily skin: Exfoliation is most important if you have oily skin. It keeps the skin cleaner and helps the oils “flow” better so they don’t clog and cause blackheads, whiteheads, and acne. A couple scrubs beneficial for oily skin are: Mango mixed with ground oatmeal and sea salt. Brewer’s yeast and water. Wash these off with warm water and finish with a splash of cool.
  • Problematic skin: If you have sensitive or acne-prone skin you will want to be less aggressive. A good scrub for problematic skin is to do a daily facial wipe with avocado mixed with buttermilk.  This helps exfoliate and combats blackheads and excess oils.  Apply and wash off with tepid water.

Deep Cleansing for Facial Fitness

Steaming is the single most important thing you can do for facial fitness, especially if  you have problematic/sensitive and oily skin.  If you have acne breakouts and/or big pores and scars, this can really help.   It will take the excess oil right out of your face.  The only reason you would not want to steam too much is if you have dry skin.  Even with oily skin it can be overdone, dry out your skin, and cause problems.  Don’t do it more than 3 times a week—5 times max.
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Steaming will minimize and unclog your pores.  By deep cleaning your face, you can reduce your acne breakouts and minimize scarring.  It is the simplest, quickest way to soft, beautiful skin.

All scientists basically say that acne is the result of bacteria plus oil plus clogged pores.  Steaming removes one of those key ingredients.  Steaming eliminates those clogged pores and acne can’t form.  What a simple, free tool for fighting acne.
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Masks for Facial Fitness

  • Spread a beaten egg yolk on your face.  Let dry thoroughly before you wash it off.   For oily skin, add a bit of lemon juice to it.  For dry skin, add some honey.
  • Mix honey and yogurt together and apply to face. Leave on 20-30 minutes.

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  • For dry skin, try spreading a banana over your face.
  • For oily skin, mix oatmeal with some milk and spread on your face. Leave on 10-15 minutes and wash off with warm water.
  • Mask for clearing up problematic skin: mix equal parts of goldenseal and clay with enough water to make a paste. Dap over face and let dry. Wash off with cool water and blot dry.

Leave overnight on worst blemishes for best results.

Honey is a great moisturizer and natural cosmetic for facial fitness.  It can be added to any mask. Honey with yogurt is particularly good for skin cleansing. If something irritates your skin, stay away from it and try something different.
Masks are addicting. When you take them off, a better looking face emerges. Once you get used to them, you won’t be able to live without them.

Moisturizing

Moisturize dry skin with avocado mixed with honey.  Leave on 15-20 minutes and wash off with cool water and facecloth.

Facial Pick-Me-Up

Pat liquid honey all over you face for a few minutes. Wipe off with a damp facecloth and rinse with warm water.

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If you want more dynamic recipes to transform your face, you need this book. It has tons of natural skin care formulas and treatments that actually work!  This book is written in the spirit of what my website is all about.  Don’t waste your hard-earned dollars when the most powerful anti-aging potions and therapies are waiting for you right in your bathroom and kitchen, in your refrigerator and cupboards.  Get your copy today!

Affordable, Simple Radiance

The easy, face transforming formulas on this web page can be mixed right in your kitchen.  And they won’t increase your food bill all that much either.  The simple things, like this, are what make the big differences in your health and radiance.  I really get excited about these things because you don’t have to visit Macy’s and part with have your paycheck to look your best.

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