Sunday, February 12, 2012

Intensively Repair skin : Powerful Antiage Procedure

When you passed 40 years old, your skin texture will be really different. However, if you make an effort to take care, you can look even better than people in their 30s because youngsters tends to sleep late and always play with computers or iphone. Soon, we will look younger than them hahahahaa....

Anti-age Flora Scrub helps skin to accelerate its natural renewal process which visibly diminish lines and wrinkles. Skin will be rejuvenated for a firmer and younger-looking complexion.

Very often, our skin is too dehydrated and lacks the ability to absorb. A good facial scrub should be soothing and able to provide a soft and healthy glow to your skin. Using bad quality facial scrub will make your skin raw and irritates the skin.

Bryan's anti-age flora scrub helps to
1) Banish blemishes. Pimples, blackheads and whiteheads are all caused by built up of dirt, dead skin cells and bacteria that lurks within your pores.
2) Enable make up to stay longer
3) Acts as an energiser, stimulating blood circulations, removing dead skin cells and increasing rate of renewal.

Bryan's Saturday morning procedure:
1) First, I scrub my skin gently with Bryan's anti-age facial scrub
2) I add 2 drops of Rose Geranium and 1 drop of Frankincense into a bowl of hot water to do facial steaming for 3mins. Keep your eyes close when doing facial steaming.
3) Wash my face with cold water .
4) Apply pearl powder white clay mask for 10mins
5) Wash clean. Apply Lavendula Vera Flora water and 5 drops of Neroli facial oil to do a facial massage. Place a warm towel onto your face for 10mins.

You feel good after completing this 5 simple steps. You can go out with your friends without any make up, you will still look good until night.

If you are outside or going clubbing straight after work, go to the washroom to wash your face. Apply 2 drops of Neroli facial oil onto both palms. Rub palms until warm and pressed palms against your face a few times. Fast, simple yet effective.

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