Achieving healthy, clear skin takes time, and the Japanese have created their own ritual on how to look flawless and get rid of skin problems. The technique lasts 10 minutes and consists of 3 main steps that can make your face shine.
We keep trying new things to stay young and we would love to share with you some secrets that the Japanese use.
Many Asian people have a 4-2-4 method of cleansing their faces.
the 4-2-4 method It is a special system divided into stages by time.
- Start with oil for 4 minutes.
- Only after that you can use a cleansing cream for 2 minutes.
- And the last step is to rinse for 4 minutes.
One expert says that if you use this cleansing method, you do not need to wash your face in the morning, only in the evening. Also, you don’t have to do this every day. 4 times a week is enough.
First 4 minutes: the oil phase
The fatty phase aims to improve circulation by massaging the skin for 4 minutes. It also smoothes the top layer and helps unblock clogged pores. It is essential to choose the right oil that can stay on top of the face.
For example, jojoba oil will be absorbed through the skin. It is best to use castor oil, which helps to remove stagnation and remove toxins. Be careful when massaging the skin if you have any trauma or contraindication.
Second 2 minutes: the cream cleansing phase
After massaging your face, apply a little cleaner about the oil. Experts say they prefer cream cleansers to foam or gel cleansers because they don’t dry out the skin as much. Cleanse the face for 2 minutes with gentle movements so as not to damage the face.
Third 4 minutes: the rinse phase
Start with warm water for 2 minutes and finish with cold water for another 2 minutes. Warm water can help remove excess oil from the skin and increase blood flow to the surface.
Cold water can help close the pores. This technique helps moisturize your skin so that after the procedure, your face glows.
What is your technique to clean your face? What tips do you have to help you have perfect skin?
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