Monday, 18 November 2013

Care for your face

Cleansing without removing dead skin cells and deeply embedded impurities makes the skin dull. It also results in clogged pores which is the root cause of acne.
Hence, deep cleansing your skin once a week is essential. A scrub sloghs off dead cells and unclogs pores by removing deeply embedded impurities like blackheads and whiteheads.

How Often do I use scrub?

It is recommended to use a scrub once a week. do not over scrub as it makes skin very sensitive.

How should I use Scrub?

Apply the scrub on cleansed skin , avoiding the area around your eyes, and massage gently in a circular motion. Do not be harsh while you scrub as it may lead to redness, irritation and even skin lesions. Rinse with lukewarm water and pat dry. Sprinkle water at room temprature over your eyes-always protect your eyes with something that imparts coolness

Apply ice to close the pores. Finish off with a light face moisturiser.

How should i choose my scrub?

Always use scrubs with fine granules as these are gentler on the skin. Scrubs with natural ingredients like Apricot, Neem and Walnut helps to gently remove dead skin cells, blackheads, whiteheads and grime. Neem's antibacterial property provides additional support by purifying the skin.

Compiled from Ayurvedic scriptures
Team Vedic Age

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