1. Cleanse and exfoliate
Double-cleanse using your favourite cleanser. Any good facial involves exfoliation to slough off dead skin cells and reveal radiant skin. Exfoliate your skin while removing blackheads and clogged pores with our Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber or your favourite chemical or physical exfoliant.
2. Steam your skin
If you're a facial enthusiast, you know that most facials will include some kind of steaming process. Steaming your face helps open up your pores and soften the top layer of your skin to prime it for exfoliation, explains Chan.
If you want to steam your face at home, take extra care not to over-steam your skin, as this can lead to dryness. You can either hover your face over a bowl of hot water and cover your head with a towel to trap the steam in, or soak a towel in hot water and put it over your face, making sure the water isn't hot enough to burn you.
3. Massage your skin
Massage your skin with our Electronic Facial Massager.
This relaxes you and defines facial contours, reduce wrinkles and tighten sagging skin by stimulating the deeper tissues and muscles with gentle micro-currents.
If you don't have a massaging device then use your hands.
4. Leave the mask on for at least 15 to 20 minutes
Leave the mask on for at least 15 to 20 minutes. Watch a movie, read a book, meditate or drink a glass of wine on the porch.
5. Lock in your moisture.
After you wash the mask off, lock in the hydration with your favorite serum or moisturizer. To continue making your facial feel less at-home and more in-spa, Lorencin recommends mixing a few drops of your serum into a moisturizer.