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How to care for Normal Skin?

Note that every woman has her own recipe keeping the Skin smooth and elastic. For example, the famous movie star Sophia Loren believes that water is useful for the skin, so she drinks at least 7 glasses of water a day, as well as periodically immerses her face in cold water, in which previously ice cubes were floated. In the bath she adds a handful of dried mint leaves, to keep the skin soft and smooth.

If you have normal skin you should wash your face twice a day, but only in the evening with soap. Patting and stroking the face while washing is additionally purifies skin and increases the effect of water. Blood Circulation improves and metabolism increases. Skin tones will also improve.

It is better to use soft water for washing. Hard water can be softened by boiling it for an hour, then it is necessary to settle it for some time. Another way to soften water is to dissolve one or half a teaspoon of baking soda in 1 liter of water. After washing you should immediately grease the areas of the skin where sebaceous excretions reduced - the eyelids and nasolabial wrinkles with nourishing cream, and after 20-30 minutes remove the excess. You should not wash your face with too hot or too cold water.

Once you have washed and dried the skin, wipe it with a lime blossom Infusion. To prepare this infusion add 1 tablespoon of linden flowers to half a cup of boiling water, cover a glass with a saucer, let it infuse about 15 minutes and then filter. Add 1/3 teaspoon of honey to the infusion, and the composition is ready to wipe the face. This infusion cleanses the skin, making it elastic and protects against peeling. Need to generously spray the face and neck and sit for several minutes. Infusion can be stored in the fridge for 2 days.

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How to care for Normal Skin?


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