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Name: Irene Rexlee.
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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

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Well if you are feeling hard to live without it and yet you can't your spending during this recession, why not do your own home facials? It will help you to reduce your spending with your beauty, why not?

In fact all salon facial are using techniques which you can really D.I.Y. Just that you don't have someone to massage for you..^o^..

What I do is get a plain yoghurt which acts as your facial mask, as it has properties that can help soften dead skin cells for easy removal. You don't need much of it, just 1 to 2 spoonful will be enough to cover your face. Apply a thin layer over your skin with a brush, massage it in small circular movements after 10 minutes, avoiding if possible the delicate skin around your eyes, then rinse off with warm water. My skin always feels smooth after each.

Don't forget to apply your cleanser, toner and moisturiser after that, good luck & enjoy..^o^..

If you think of saving the cost of the yoghurt..^o^..

By the way, if you wanna save the cost of buying the yoghurt. You may think of DIY yourself..^_^..

Homemade Yoghurt;

1. Buy yoghurt from supermarket
2. Open & eat BUT leave about 1/3 behind.
3. Pour milk into the container & leave it in room temperature (not inside the fridge).
4. Next day ... hurray - more yoghurt!

However, taste will be blend. Anyway it's for face so it's ok..^_^..



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