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    Default Cleansing, Toning and Mosturizing

    Is CTM really important on daily basis to clean your skin??

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    It is always very important to clean your face in order to have healthy clean skin without pimples and acne. There are many natural remedies for caring about your skin. For example, Baking soda.
    It balances pH levels of the skin, which is very important to maintain clear skin. Plus, its mild antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties help deal with problems like acne, pimples and spots. It also works as an excellent exfoliating agent to keep the skin free from dirt, impurities and dead skin cells.

    Mix one teaspoon of baking soda with one teaspoon of water or lemon juice to make a paste. Cleanse your face and use the paste to gently exfoliate the skin. Finally rinse your face with lukewarm water and pat it dry with a towel. Follow this remedy two or three times a week.
    Alternatively, mix one teaspoon each of baking soda and raw honey. Apply this mixture onto damp skin and massage gently for just one minute. Then wash with lukewarm water. Finally, splash some cold water on your face to close the pores. Follow this remedy once a week.

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    Of course it's important! Not only on daily basis, but like two times a day, in the morning and in the evening...
    You don't have to use any harsh products, or products based on alcohol, you can use micellar water, coconut oil, some light everyday creams..

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    It's very important to stick to a skin care routine, once you find a system that works for you, stick with it. Any major changes in your routine can cause breakouts, dry/oily skin.

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    **Deborah Leigh** Female

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    Oct 2016


    Karina's point is a very good one. I have also found that salt....yes just plain table salt helps. I tsp of salt in a bowl and just fill the bowl with warm water. Take a facecloth and dab into the water at the bottom where the salt is and just in circular motion slowly wash your face. Leave on for a few minutes and then rinse off. This may not be for everyone...but I found it helped me.

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    **Katheryn Gumba** Female

    Join Date
    Nov 2016


    Yes it's important our basin skin care routine. Cleansing is the most effective way of removing dust, dirt and dead layer from your skin. Toning helps in removing any residual dirt or cleanser on the face. It also helps in restoring the natural pH level of the skin, making it ready for being hydrated. and Moisturizing It helps in restoring the natural moisture to your face and making it more soft, supple and glowing.

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    **Hair transplant cost** Female

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    Jun 2017


    As i use any moisturizer for cleansing, appear acne on my face. I used different moisturizer lotion for cleaning as i have oily skin. Is there any homemade easy tips for oily skin cleansing.

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