In my opinion, anytime is a great time to give yourself a facial at home.
But for those who are normally busy working, looking after kids or just can’t be effed, weekends or evenings spent staying in mean you now have the time to give your isolation skin some attention.
Everyone from Zoe Foster Blake to Jessica Alba is doing it, so why shouldn’t you? Even better if your skin is feeling a bit dry, pimply or blah right now and you aren’t able to book in to see a skin specialist or dermatologist.
If you’re keen, keep scrolling for the ultimate, non-intimidating guide to doing a DIY facial.
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DIY facial basics.
How long will it take? 20-30 minutes, depending on how many steps you feel like doing.
What products do I need? Below are a list of the types of products that are…