Please reload

Recent Posts

Box Color vs. Salon Color

March 30, 2020

1/1
Please reload

Featured Posts

7 Easy Steps for Home Facials

March 31, 2020

 

Being stuck at home and worrying over the ever changing landscape of COVID is enough to make anyone look haggard! But it's more important than ever for your mental and physical health not to neglect self care. And besides, no woman can ever say no to a good hour of facial and spa time! The multistep facial treatment cleanses up your skin, stimulates skin cells, hydrates and nourishes it thus giving you younger looking, radiant skin. The fact that it relieves stress and makes skin glow like a bulb is just amazing. Isn’t it?

 

The feeling of getting pampered at Unbridled with the royal esthetics treatment to bid our bad skin goodbye, and coming back home with soft, flushed skin is unbeatable.   Now while you may not be able to enjoy the heavenly spa and facial time at the moment, your skin does need the pampering to keep its glow and health maintained. The good news however is, you can do a facial at home to get results. Follow our step-by-step and do it right.

 

So get ready, pull your hair away from face and throw it in a headband. Read and follow these 7 simple and easy facial steps to pull off a DIY refreshing facial at home. You will feel and look renewed and ready to tackle homeschooling! :o)

Step 1: Cleanse well

First and foremost, start with a clean canvas. It is really important to cleanse your face thoroughly to remove any dirt, makeup or product build-up before you start with your facial. Wipe off any makeup residue from the face using cleansing wipes. Then use an oil-based cleanser or any facial oil like coconut oil or olive oil and gently clean your skin surface. It will help get rid of every ounce of dirt and give you a clean slate to work on.

 

Product Choice: IMAGE Skincare Vital C Hydrating Facial Cleanser

Store Substitute:  A mild foam cleanser like Dove Beauty Moisture Conditioning Facial Cleanser on your face and wash off with lukewarm water.

Step 2: Exfoliate

Exfoliating skin with a mild scrub helps remove dead skin cells, polish the skin and making it brighter. Take a pea-sized amount of your face scrub and rub it gently onto face and neck in a circular motion. 

Ti