A Saltwater Spray for Skin Care

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A saltwater spray, when made properly, is great for aiding your skin care regime. Find out about a saltwater spray you can use for skin care with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I’m Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist. And today, I’m going to show you how to do saltwater spray for your face. So, it’s a pretty common cleaning method, and it’s something that’s budget-friendly, because it’s just things that you have laying in your house. So, you’re really just going to need water and some sort of spray bottle. You can use this one, like hairdressers use, or the smaller ones – it doesn’t matter. And then, salt. Good old salt. And, these two are very common. And so, what we did, and what you can do at home, is to just pour the salt into this water. I did that earlier, and it’s already disintegrated. So, it’s infused together. And, what we’re going to do is just spray it onto a sponge here. And, we are going to work it into the skin. You’re at home with a washcloth and a sink, that’s ideal. And, the salt is just great A: If you want to exfoliate with before you use it infused with the water – it’s great to just abrupt any skin that needs to be smoothed out. And, the salt is great worked onto the skin because of the particles. The ingredients really just help it plump up the skin, as opposed to just plain water. The temperature of the water that we mix the salt in with really doesn’t matter, but it’s preferable that it’s a little warmer. The only downside to this is that it can cause a little bit of redness. So, if you have extremely sensitive skin, probably best to just use some Cetaphil and a light toner. The redness will go down after a while, though. It doesn’t create a ton of craziness with the redness going on. I’m Erin Hendley, and I just showed you how to use sea salt to spray your face.


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