How Estheticians Clean Pores

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Estheticians clean pores using a large number of different products, including salicylic acid. Find out about how estheticians clean pores with help from a skin care professional in this free video clip.

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Hello, I'm Sandra Oulmas. And this is how estheticians clean pores. A skin care experts, estheticians are trained in deep pore cleansing. Which is a main part of every spa treatment from relaxing facials to aggressive chemical peels. Here are a few insider tips to deep clean your pores like a professional. For a simple, yet effective deep pore cleansing, beginning with an exfoliating cleanser containing either glycolic Acid, salicylic acid or lactic acid, depending on your skin type. Dispense a small amount of cleanser onto damp hands and gently work into a lather. Apply uniformly over your face, insisting on T zone, as well as your neck and décolleté. Once applied, massage the cleanser onto your skin for approximately one minute to allow the acid to dissolve pore clogging dirt and debris. After one minute, remove the residual cleanser with gentle swipes, using moist exfoliating sponges. Once your skin has been deeply cleansed and patted dry, apply a thin layer of an enzyme mask containing pumpkin, pineapple and papaya enzymes and glycolic acid. The enzymes will wok in synergy to loosen dead skin cells and keep pores clear. After 10 to 15 minutes, remove the mask with cool water, while massaging in circular motion to remove the dead skin cells that were brought to the surface. And voila, the process of deep pore cleansing is complete. You will notice a visible improvement in the tone and texture of your skin. Which contributes to a healthy, dewy glow. After your deep pore cleansing, continue with your normal skin care regimen. Which should include the appropriate serum and moisturizer. Again, I'm Sandra Oulmas and thank you for watching how estheticians clean pores.


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