Matutua paʻu e mafai ona avea o se bummer! A oe tausaga, nisi mataupu e faatatau i le paʻu amata ona tulai. amata le fausiaina o lau paʻu suauu itiiti, lea e mafai ona matutu ma droopy. O ai e manao e maua paʻu e pei? Ina ia circumvent lenei, e tatau ona e amata i le tausiga o lou tino i le tausaga.
O nisi itu tāua i fafo ma totonu, e pei o mea filogia ea, tausaga, aafia i le la, vailaau i oloa skincare, ma se meaai le lelei, mafai ona aafia vave ai le soifua maloloina o lou paʻu. faʻamago, faanoanoa, maanuminumi, ma laina lelei e atiina ae ma ua mulimuli masani e dullness. E tatau ona e mulimuli i se faasologa e tatau ai e tausia au paʻu mumū, mālōlōina, ma sag-saoloto.
O se tasi tali o le mafaufau mo le ufimata paʻu tightening. Below are a few easy skin tightening mask recipes you can easily make at home. Use any of these face tightening masks at least once a week for the younger looking skin.
Before we tell you why you must opt for a mud mask at home, let us tell you why a mud mask is needed in the first place!
Some Benefits Of Using Homemade Mud Masks Are:
They sop up and absorb excess oils from the skin in the best conceivable way. Nothing works at oil-control better than mud masks. This can be very beneficial if you have combination or oily skin type.
The oil-soaking property helps in minimizing acne and blemishes to a great extent.
Mud masks detoxify and cleanse the pores on the skin, and allow them tobreathe.
Mud masks impart a tightening effect on the skin, thus diminishing fine lines and wrinkles, and are good anti-aging agents (though they act only superficially).
Skin texture is improved
The muscles on the face get relaxed. The routine tightening effect of the mask can be associated with a message.
The masks take away bacteria and dead cells along with them on washing.
Mud masks can be applied on the body also, and not just the face. This can be especially helpful if you have oily upper back (with eruptions)
Mud- baths, i.e., soaking the whole body in mud (it is a specialized treatment, requiring a therapist) can help in relieving pains such as arthritis.
They are very easy to use, and if you prepare them at home, they can save you a lot of money too!
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Benefits Of Homemade Mud Masks:
You save a lot of money and traveling time, and can easily relax in the comfort of your home!
Most ingredients would be easily available
You get better benefits from a freshly prepared mask, as compared to readymade masks, which come laden with chemicals and preservatives.
You can maintain your hygiene standards, which is difficult to do in a parlor/ salon.
Skin Preparation And Steps:
Wash your face with lukewarm water. This will loosen up and reopen the pores, and aid the action of mud masks
Apply mask to cleansed skin.
Leave the mask on the face for at least 15 minutes, or until it dries.
Avoid facial gestures while the mask is on the face. The mask may crack!
After 15 minutes, wash off the face with cold water to seal the open pores, and apply a moisturizer fitting for your skin type.
Many types of clay can be used on the skin, such as Fuller’s Earth Clay (multani mitti), Kaolin clay, green clay, white clay, etc.
Green clay- draws out toxins from the skin, is anti-inflammatory. Very good for acne.
White clay- soothes and relaxes the skin and is fitting for all skin types. This is the softest of all the clays.
Red clay-another gentle clay, it is advised for dry and sensitive skins.
Pink clay- used for revitalizing dry, wrinkled, tired skin. It also has excellent cleansing properties.
Bentonite clay, Kaolin clay, and Fuller’s Earth are also suitable for use in face masks. O le lelei tagata e gata ai mo fuafua matele ma aiaiga paʻu suauu
E mafai ona e faaaogaina o so o se ufimata (e pei ona taʻua i lalo), ae talu Lalolagi a Fuller Clay po multani mitti o le tasi e sili ona maua faigofie, e mafai ona e faaaogaina ai i le nofoaga o so o se isi omea ia maua faamanuiaga tutusa.