Best “Lazy” Tip For Clean Skin!!!

This is the best tip I can give you guys for how to clean your skin when you’re really really tired! All you do is follow these easy and really quick steps:

1. Use a makeup remover wipe to get all of your face and eye makeup off. I use the Neutrogena makeup remover wipes.

2. Get a hot washcloth moderately to heavily soaked in water and place over your entire face. (kind of like at a spa facial) Do this until your face is steamy and your pores feel open. Then wipe off the excess makeup and residue with the washcloth.

3. Spray your face generously with the Lush Tea Tree Water Toner

This should take way less than five minutes, which is way better than removing your makeup, cleansing, toning, treating, moisturizing, etc. which takes me about ten minutes each night (I’m very thorough). By doing these three steps, you’ll be cleansing your skin and prepping it to look good the next day ; instead of doing nothing and getting breakouts and makeup all over your pillow.

The reason why this works so well is because of two things. One is that after you remove your makeup with a wipe, you prep it to accept treatment better by steaming the skin with a hot washcloth. The second is the actual ingredients in the Tea Tree Water toner. The three main ingredients in the toner are tea tree, grapefruit, and juniper berry.

Tea tree is a natural antiseptic, antibacterial, and antifungal, which basically means its going to heal, protect, and clean any kind of blemish on your skin, as well as your skin as a whole.

Not only is Grapefruit high in vitamin C (which is fantastic for the skin) but it is also an anti-inflammatory, which is skin calming and it increases pH levels to combat acne and balance oil levels.

Juniper Berry is awesome for unclogging pores due to its detoxifying and astringent qualities.

Please try this out the next time you’re too tired to properly take care of your skin and let me know what you think! Check out my video for more info!

 

Tea Tree Water

Im not affiliated with Lush, but you can get this at http://www.lushusa.com/Tea-Tree-Water/00405,en_US,pd.html