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Radiant Grooming

     Your skin is the largest organ on your body, so it is important to take care of it—and especially on your face. It’s your “Hello” to the world!

     These are familiar basic steps in skin care that can make you look healthy and vibrant. If you neglect these, your skin can look grey, saggy, drab and lifeless. If you pay attention to it in the morning and in the evening, you will beam with magnificent radiance!


  1. Cleanse  with warm water and facial cleanser. A soft washcloth works best. Avoid soap--it will dry the skin.
  2. Tone  to close pores and remove extra traces of oil and dirt. Use a cotton ball and saturate lightly with a mild skin toner or astringent suitable for your skin type. Allow to dry.
  3. Moisturize  to protect and soften the skin. Coat liberally with a facial moisturizer.
  4. Exfoliate  to remove dead skins cells a couple times a week. Use a damp washcloth with a facial exfoliant or scrub. Rinse well. This is  great the day before a photo session.
  5. Masque to rejuvenate skin and deep cleanse once a week. You can use a store-bought masque or make one yourself. Use a warm, wet washcloth to remove all traces of masque and enjoy your revived skin.

     The first three steps are to be done daily-- the entire process takes less than five minutes total! That is a small amount of time to invest for radiant skin.

    The other two steps can be done once or twice a week and take just minutes.  A tip I use to save even more time, is to brush my teeth while the toner is drying. You can floss while the masque is drying.

    I’ve used everything from expensive lines of department store cosmetics to home-sold products to drugstore brands, and they all work fine. It’s the consistency on your part that counts the most.

Copyright © 2008-2015 Debbie Reynolds Harper

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