How to Apply a Fruit Facial

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Facials applied with a fruit-based product such as oranges can help exfoliate your skin. Use fruits to beautify your face with help from a professional beautician in this free video.

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Hi, I'm Andrea of Andrea Jordan Skin Care in Salon Republic, and I'm going to talk about doing an at home fruit facial. So what we're going to do is start with a fresh, clean face. We have some different ingredients here. I've got oatmeal, I have yogurt, I have some orange juice and I have banana. And these are all going to provide different agents for softening, exfoliating and cleansing the skin. Alright, we're going to mix up our ingredients. I'm using some oatmeal. I'm going to add some yogurt. This is some orange juice. Orange juice is really good because it's a little bit acidic. Especially for oilier skins. And add a little bit of mashed bananas. Mix it all up really good. Try to get it to blend together as much as you can. It's a little bit lumpy. Some people like to put this in a blender or food processor. You can do that if you want to or you can just mash it together. It absorbs into your skin the same way. Just put it on with your fingers. Just try to get it on as evenly as you can. You want to leave it on, I would say, anywhere from 10 to 15 minutes is ideal. You can either just let it sit like this or you can take a few minutes towards the end and just massage it in, which is what I'm going to do for Brooke here. And I'm going to just rub it in. To take it off it's a little tricky. You can use a Popsicle stick. I'm going to use this little plastic spatula that I have. And I'm just going to scrape off all the chunks. Then I'm going to use some cotton. You can use cotton rounds. And I'm going to try to take off some more of it. I like to use a warm towel. A warm, moist towel. I'm Andrea, and this is the way to do a fruit facial at home.


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