Facials

Okay, if there is one thing I love doing is facial steaming. I bought one facial steamer from Amazon and at first I didn’t like it and thouht I made a mistake of buying it. It was a mistake but not because I bought it, it was because I used the wrong water. Haha! I overlooked at what water you’re supposed to use. NOT tap water or spring water, but use distilled water. No wonder it started bubbling and spitting!

I researched how often you should do facial steam and you shouldn’t do it all the time because it can also do harm on your skin.

I like to do my facial steam once a week and do sheet masks afterwards. I get my husband to do it, too, even though he doesn’t want. Haha! I also use Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream after the sheet mask without wiping out the liquid. Leaves your face nice and smooth.

Tatcha - The Dewy Skin CreamImage from Sephora.com

I also use Vivanaturals Charcoal Masks that I also bought from Amazon (I swear Amazon has become everybody’s shopping centre!). I love how cool it feels when you first apply it and it leaves your face nice and smooth after. Don’t forget the Rose Quartz Facial Roller and Gua Sha while you have your sheet mask on.

I love the facial roller because not only it drains toxins from your face and neck buy it is so relaxing.

I also bought some for my Mom but I got her a different kind of sheet masks and I got her a Jade roller and Gua Sha.

I would love to know your skincare routine and what products you use! Are you also using a facial steamer or use only hot water and towel? Either way, it gets the job done!

Here are the links of the products from Amazon I’ve mentioned:

About Me

Hi and welcome to my page! I’ve re-designed my page to add more lifestyle and travel photography. I’ve been wanting to do so for quite sometime but I wasn’t inspired. All it takes is an inspiration to put things in motion. My inspirations for starting again this blog is my husband, who helped and continues to help me get through hard times after losing my Dad. My inspiration and love for photography is from my Dad. I wish he was here today, right now. I also found inspiration from my Mom who continues to be strong and supportive of me with photography.

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