Are you a wife, a mother, or One Beautiful woman, with skin concerns like aging?

Are you looking out for easy, affordable skin care routines that you can do at home?

It can be extremely stressful to keep up with the ever-changing world of beauty products. But if you believe that your skin deserves the best care from timeless practices that you can do at home, this article is meant just for you.

Our modern world has become full of unhealthy schedules, harmful pollutants, toxic product overload, and extreme anxiety. It leaves no choice for our skin but to feel and show the effects of all these!

Fortunately, with a little commitment, we can easily maintain our skin’s natural beauty in the comfort of our own homes. We will provide some easy and natural tips and tricks to reduce stress, minimize signs of aging, and maintain our skin’s natural radiance!

It Starts with an Excellent Skin Cleansing.

Skincare is the first step to take when trying to care for your skin. You need to remove any oil, grease, dust, dirt, or other particles that may be stuck on your skin. Your skin needs to be cleaned well to avoid irritation.

There are different skin types: oily, dry, sensitive, and prone to acne. A specific product works best for each person based on the pH and other factors. If you use make-up daily, you should remove the majority of it first before you start using cleansing products. This way, you can start using your cleanser and absorb the product much more efficiently.

For cleansing, you should start with a warm shower. When the soap is applied to your face, apply it with gentle circular motions. After washing your face, let the remaining soap sit on your skin for at least five minutes. After that, rinse it off with cool water to ensure all traces of soap are gone. It is a great way to start your skin care routine.


Cleaning, Moisturizing, and Applying Vitamin C serum would be like 1,2,3 in your skin care routine.

Do not forget to apply moisturizer after cleansing your face to help seal pores and prevent future breakouts. The moisturizer should have a slight astringent quality to help control the production of excess oil on the skin. It also helps to maintain the skin’s natural pH and provides a smooth, even texture to which you can add makeup without clogging pores.

Applying a Vitamin C serum, rich in antioxidants, reverses a lot of the ill effects of sunrays and polluting dust particles. If you possess darker skin tones, and have skin concerns like dark spots, applying it every morning will help you immensely.

It Helps to Sufficiently Nourish Your Skin.

A proper skin care management schedule is essential to healthy-looking skin. Being outdoors in the sun or even cleaning the bathroom is very drying to your skin. Dust, dirt, and all sorts of germs that can make your skin break out and get red or blemished are the culprits.

Consequently, cleansing your face every night is very important to keep your skin young-looking. Skin care products are available to make sure that your skin stays hydrated.

For those with sensitive skin, you will need to choose your use of cosmetics with care, watch out for the active ingredients, and follow the advice of your nearest skin doctor.

If you have dry skin, avoid moisturizers that contain oils. Choose a moisturizer that contains glycerin instead.

If you have oily skin, you might want to use a moisturizer that contains oils, but you should avoid ones that contain acids.

For those with neutral skin, you can use any moisturizer you want, so long as it has glycerin in it. Just make sure to choose one for neutral skin types.

If You're Not Using Sunscreen, Stop Everything Else.

Note of Caution for those with acne-prone skin.

In any country, in any climate, the use of sunscreen is an important step. It is extremely vital to integrate it with your skincare routine and continue to apply it while using any other skincare products.

It is especially useful in hot and tropical or subtropical weather conditions. While protecting against the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun like UV-A and UV-B, it would guard you against skin cancer and many different skin problems.

Some more related products like salicylic acids and alpha hydroxy acids can also be used at home, but with caution, and preferably under medical supervision.

For those of you suffering from acne, your acne treatment depends on how serious your acne problem is on your face. There is no expert consensus on this topic, and it will be best if you follow up with a good skin doctor certified by the American Academy of Dermatology or equivalent organizations across the world.

The Effects of Skin Massage Can be Astonishing.

Massaging your face helps tighten and smoothen the facial tissues, increases blood flow, and stimulates nerves to help improve collagen production. Regular massage helps in tightening up your facial skin and reduces wrinkles.

The good news is that you don’t need to make an appointment with a masseuse to do this. You can do it yourself. You just need to know how to do it.

If you are a woman who has gone through makeup to look beautiful, you should make sure that your skin is well cleaned. Then you must remove all traces of cosmetics, and you should also use a cleansing lotion or an astringent lotion to get rid of the extra oiliness on your face.

To make your skin softer, you can use fresh lemon juice. If your skin is dry, you can use a moisturizing lotion before massaging your face.

After you have washed the skin, put it under your hands and press it gently, keeping it from folding over on itself. Also, make sure you apply a moisturizer that can hold moisture in the skin.

Press down on the skin firmly and apply even pressure. It is important to press deeply in places where you can see veins and tissues. In these areas, a vein gets more blood supply by this process.

After 15 to 20 minutes, stop the massage. Wipe off any excess cream, but do not press too hard on the skin. After that, lightly wipe the cream off your skin.

Mastering The Classic Art of Facial Massaging.

To master the art of facial massaging, you need to have an idea about the different types of massaging the face. They are:

  1. Pressure Massage: It is used when slow, deep pressure is applied to the skin, and it is very effective for removing bags under the eyes.
  2. Fast Massage: The palms move rapidly, and circularly upwards.
  3. Slow Massage: The slower the better is the most common method of massage. You use the fleshy part of your fingertips to pat the skin lightly. Pressing the skin with slow, soft strokes helps ease tension and stress. The slower the stroke the better, as the vibration relieves pressure on the nerve endings and subdues pain that might be felt in more sensitive areas.
  4. Pinching Massage: The skin is pinched between the thumb and fingers and gently massaged. It’s very effective for pulling a sagging chin or wrinkles on the jawline.
  5. Stroking Massage: The facial skin is stroked to stimulate the facial muscles underneath, with massages directed from the nose to the temples on both sides.
  6. Piano Playing Movements: This exercise makes the facial muscles strong and gives them a defined shape. It is best done with the fingers on the entire face, including the cheeks.
  7. Finger massage: This massage involves pressure on the skin while it is being moved over the underlying bone and muscle structures. It is usually done with fingers or palms, and hand movements are often used on the scalp while light movements are employed on the face and neck.

These different types of massage and movements, done in the right way, can have electrifying effects on your skin. Try them out!

A Facial Treatment at Home can be Awesome.

A facial treatment is the fastest way of improving the quality of the skin on your face. Getting rid of dead cells leaves your skin looking youthful, fresh, and glowing.

A facial treatment will relax frazzled nerves, leaving you looking and feeling fresher and more relaxed! A facial treatment every 2 months will ensure your skin stays young, fresh, and radiant!

Get your skin healthy with good facial treatment at home!

Be sure to prepare for the session by taking a shower and getting all the necessary supplies together before you begin. You may also want to make some notes or write down important information about your skin type and your desired results. Once you’re ready, you can relax and enjoy the experience!

Follow the steps below for a quick at-home facial therapy.

  1. Tie your hair up in a bun. Make sure the hair over your forehead is hidden.
  2. Begin by removing your makeup either using makeup remover wipes, coconut oil, or another method to remove all residue from the face. You need to use a good cleanser to thoroughly cleanse your face and neck. Remove all dirt and dead cells on the outside thoroughly.
  3. After a wash, an organic scrub, or a homemade exfoliant, the next step is to gently exfoliate the skin to remove dead skin cells, dirt, and bacteria. We love using a coffee grounds scrub, hot water, and warmed coconut oil, but you can also find wonderful products at stores.
  4. Make a face mask using coconut oil, honey, and avocado. Before you do this, thoroughly cleanse and exfoliate your face. Apply a thick layer of the mask avoiding the mouth area. Lie on your back and keep the mask on for 15 to 20 minutes. When the time is up, take it off and let it air dry. There are many types of homemade face masks but our favorite is made with organic coconut oil, honey, and avocado.
  5. Once the mask has dried up, wash your face and neck with lukewarm water. Keep your eyes closed while doing so. Dry your skin and then apply the toner that would suit your skin type the most.
  6. Lastly, after thoroughly cleansing, exfoliating, and opening up the pores, it is now time to apply skin serums and/or moisturizers to the face. Massage it using upward, circular motions of your fingers.

Simply Home-made: Making your Own Skin Products.

Are you tired of buying beauty products at a huge price from different shops? Did you wonder whether the ingredients inside those products were natural and organic? Were you wondering if you could make that at home as well? If so, read on to find how you too can make fairly effective skin products from natural sources sitting inside your home.

Face Scrub.

Take a small bowl and mix half-cup of organic brown sugar with one-fourth-cup of organic avocado oil very well until they combine. Next, muddle down a kiwi fruit and mix it with the previous mixture of sugar and oil. Now store this mixture in an air-tight glass jar and keep it in a refrigerator for up to two weeks.

Handmade Massage Oil.

Add one-fourth cup of virgin coconut oil or olive oil to a jar or container. Then, choose your favorite essential oil or combination of oils. Combine 1 tsp of each oil and mix well. Let it stand overnight.

Anti-Wrinkle Cream.

Take a bowl and combine 2 tablespoons of lanolin or beeswax, 2 tablespoons of almond oil, and 1 tablespoon of apricot oil. To this mixture, now add 3 tablespoons of lemon essential oil or lemon juice. Lemon is good for cleaning your skin. Apricot is full of vitamin A. Both of these together help in reducing your wrinkles.

Anti-Wrinkle Lotion.

Combine the following ingredients in a bowl: a quarter cup of Shea Butter, one tablespoon of Coconut or Almond Oil, and sixteen drops of your favorite essential oil. Then, mix by hand or in a mixer and store in a clean jar.

These are simple tips you can easily follow from the comfort of your home to easily get rid of those wrinkles and sagging skin over your face!

Written By: Jyoti C. with Inputs from Alex G & Others.

This information has been written by a beauty enthusiast and influencer. It is not presented by a medical practitioner and is for educational and informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your local physician or another qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read.