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4 types of Aromatherapy home facials

What level of skincare do you want?

Nature Notes Aromatherapy uses herbs, botanicals and essential oils in their natural skin care products for added skin nourishing benefits.

With frequent changes in season, you need to find products that will accomplish more than one task, allowing you to keep a simple beauty regime if that’s what you want. If you love to layer products to enhance efficacy, you can do that, too.

No matter what skin type you currently have, you can find a routine that works for you! And yes, you should have one! Customize your routine based on your interests, time, and budget.

#1 Face care for the absolute minimalist

The daily routine for absolute minimalists:

  • cleansing and
  • moisturizing

I have a confession to make. Sometimes, this is me. It’s okay. I will not judge you if this is you, too. But do it. It’s only two things. (Sorry, this doesn’t really count as a facial.)

#2 The mini facial

If you like the idea of doing an aromatherapy facial, but don’t have time for all the steps, you can try the mini facial.

5 steps to a mini aromatherapy home facial:

  • Cleansing
  • Exfoliation
  • Mask
  • Toner
  • Moisturizer or facial oils

#3 The daily routine for people who know they should put in at least some effort each night:

Nightly routine:

  • Cleansing
  • Toner
  • Specialty treatment (mature skin don’t leave this out!)
  • Moisturizer or facial oils

#4 The 8 step aromatherapy facial:

  • Cleansing
  • Exfoliation
  • Facial steam
  • Facial massage
  • Mask
  • Toner
  • Specialty treatment (mature skin don’t leave this out!)
  • Moisturizer or facial oils

Select products that work with your skin type. Your skin’s needs may change seasonally, as well as during times of change in life such as pregnancy, or menopause.

Quick class

You can take a tutorial class on how to do an aromatherapy home facial (class time 28 minutes) This class covers:

  • DIY cleansers
  • DIY mask
  • DIY toner
  • DIY facial oils