True Botanicals’ LA-based facial therapist Noelle Simons shares her insider skin-tel for an at-home facial.
Maintaining healthy skin is a year-round process, meaning that your time spent housebound is just as important as visits to an esthetician. See below for your guide to the ultimate at-home facial.
We’ve likely all been makeup free recently but don’t think you’re off the hook just yet. Studies have shown that the pollutants living in your home can sometimes be worse than those found outdoors. Opt for a double cleanse, just like your esthetician would give you. We recommend using this Pre-Cleanse Oil and Cleanser.
Formulated with Lactic Acid, the Resurfacing Moisture Mask will dissolve away any dry, dead skin without harsh scrubs that stress out your skin. This mask takes 2-5 minutes, so make a herbal tea or grab some water while you wait. Then rinse with cool water and pat dry.
The previous mask cleared the way to congested pores so the clay and charcoal can do their job easily and effectively. It’s now time to detox. Let this detox mask dry fully—anywhere from 10-15 minutes. Call a friend or family member while you wait (we promise, no uncomfortably tight or dry skin). When it’s time, rinse your face thoroughly and pat dry for soft, clean skin.
4. Mist or Tone
Take a deep breath and use your Nutrient Mists or Toner to prep your skin for ultimate hydration.