Do a celebrity style facial at home

We all look at celebrities walking down the red carpet at movie premieres and wonder how their skin looks so amazing. Most of the time, it is because they have had a facial 24-48 hours prior, designed to get their glow on for the big day. With the holidays and festivities coming up, here is how you can do your own celebrity-style facial right at home (no entourage needed!).

Woman applying face mask


Clean your canvas

Clarisonic Aria Sonic Skin Cleansing System

The first step is to thoroughly cleanse your face. You might think that just using a regular cleanser is doing the trick, but most of the time there is still dirt remaining on your skin. To get a true fresh face, you need a little extra help with the aid of a cleansing brush.


Exfoliate and peel

Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Pore Scrub

Now that you have created a clean palette, it is time to remove the top layer of skin to reveal the fresh skin underneath. Give your skin a two-fold punch by using a gentle polish (grainy or rough formulas will be too harsh on the skin) followed by a peel that has a glycolic and lactic acid combination.


Go high tech

NuFace White Classic System

Now is the time to use the same high tech gadgets that are used by celebrity facialists to plump and tighten the skin. Start with a micro current device to tighten the skin all over your face, followed by a device specifically meant for the under-eye area.


Hydrate and soothe

Skin Nutrition's Phytomins Hydrating Face Mask

Follow your peel and firming treatment with a recovery mask to seal in your celebrity-like glow.


Finish with a serum

Darphin Vital Skin Anti-fatigue Dynamizing Serum Essential Vitality

Your final step in your movie-star facial is a vitality and radiance-inducing serum. These ultra-light formulas are better suited to penetrate the skin to deliver powerful ingredients and results.

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