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A DIY Facial For Dry, Flaky, Dehydrated Skin

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No matter what your skin type, sometimes your complexion is just dry, dull, and flaky. This issue is compounded when you have both Dry and Dehydrated Skin. A super-hydrating facial can be an excellent way to get your skin back on track; here’s how to do one right in your own home.

[Read: The difference between Dry and Dehydrated Skin]

1.     dehydrated skin
Cleanse

Start off by washing your face with our Cucumber Cream Soap. If you’re wearing makeup, remove it gently by massaging our Cleansing Milk with Carnation and Rice Oil into your skin and wipe off with a tissue, followed by washing your face.

2.       Exfoliate

Exfoliate with our Almond & Honey Face Scrub and apply very gently in circular motions for about 30 seconds. Rinse well with tepid water.

3.      Treat

Apply our Gingko Mask and leave it on for about 20 minutes, then wipe off with our Alpha-Grapefruit Cleansing Lotion (toner).

4.      Nourish

Apply a few drops of our Rose Hips Nourishing Oil –particularly on areas where you tend to get flaky.

5.      Moisturize

Try our Bee Pollen Night Cream or the Revitalin Night Cream if you have a very Dry skin type.

6.       Humidify

Before you hit the sack, plug in a humidifier to help restore moisture back into your skin.

 

 

Author: Lee Ann

I am a Licensed Esthetician and Freelance Professional Makeup Artist based in the Princeton, New Jersey area. My passions are all things beauty and I have an unhealthy obsession for anti-aging. When I'm not writing a plethora of articles, I enjoy indulging in shopping, music, fine dining and catching up on the latest celebrity gossip from the E channel to People Magazine. Email me if you have questions leeann@mariobadescu.com Feel free to visit my Google+ page.

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  1. How often should this regimen be performed? I’ve done it the first time tonight… I love the Gingko Mask!!! So is this a nightly routine or twice a week or what??

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