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Proper dieting, exercising and skin care using natural face pack made of flour, glycerin, and milk cream for softer facial skin

What can I use at home to make my face softer?
(19 May 2009)

One of the important factors for a good healthy body and mind is your skin. So, if you are looking for home remedies to make your face softer, you would need to adopt a more holistic approach towards your body.

The first step in this direction would be to judge whether you are eating right and that your dietary needs are being met. Check your weight and ensure that you are at the optimum weight for your age and height. If you need to lose weight, then the easiest way is to switch to a more vegetarian diet or reduce your intake of red meat. You should also switch to different and more natural oils like olive oil as a cooking medium. It basically comes down to eating more green leafy vegetables, more exercise and healthier oils. If you need to gain weight, switch to a protein rich diet that includes items like milk and dairy products - or Soy based ones if you are lactose intolerant, balance it with a good carbohydrate diet that includes lots of brown bread and rice. Ensure that you eat natural and that your food intake satisfies your dietary needs.

The next step is to make sure all that good nutrition is getting around your body. For this, exercise is the key. Aerobics, a jog at the park, or even doing more chores and household errands work fine. Remember, exercise improves your circulation. Also, breaking into a sweat is the best way to detoxify your body. Water, of course, is a very important part of this regimen.

Finally, once you start this new lifestyle, the final step is to start concentrating on accentuating your beauty. There are just a few simple rules to good skin care: ensure that you don't damage your facial skin by overdoing the creams or make up. Facial skin is very delicate and prone to excessive drying or flaking. To comabt this, make sure that you use a moisturizer regularly. Massage your face gently to improve blood circulation as this will ensure optimum blood circulation. Optimum blood circulation is essential for healthy skin as it provides skin cells with essential nutrients and eliminates toxins. Additionally use make up sparingly and for short periods of time. Never go to sleep without properly taking it off first. For good moisturizing, make a natural face pack out of flour, glycerin, and milk cream and apply it as often as you can. When you do this, ensure that you massage you face gently to stimulate the blood flow in it. You will feel fresher and on the way to achieving wonderful soft and supple skin.

answered by G S on 19 May 2009, 7:41:07


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