Fall is in full swing, and with it, our mission to keep skin pampered and pristine. The struggle to hold onto moisture for your mug is like a tug of war between your face and the harsh cold and wind. But don't let the elements grab your glow. To help keep skin radiant and healthy, bring the spa home and indulge in a hot towel treatment. Now when we say hot towel, most people think of the prep men typically get at the local barbershop before they get a close, clean shave.
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The Miracle of a Hot Towel
How to Use a Hot Towel to Clean the Face | LEAFtv
Dry weather is bad for your skin. It makes your skin dry and dry skin makes you look older. You can apply moisturizer as often as possible but nothing feels better than a hot towel on your face. It gives your skin instant moisture and comfort. In Japan, when you go to a restaurant, you will be served a hot towel. People not only use a hot towel for the hands but also for the face and neck to relieve the stress of the day, and it works.
How to Use a Hot Towel to Clean the Face
A hot towel on your face is a way to deep clean your skin or prepare for a shave. The steam released from the towel helps to open up your pores, soften the hairs for a closer shave and hydrate the skin. Once the pores are open, moisturizers, shaving creams and facial cleansers are better absorbed into the skin.
One of the most relaxing parts of a spa facial occurs when a hot, moist towel is carefully draped over the face and left for several minutes. This practice, first used by barbers to prepare facial hair for the subsequent shaving ritual, was integrated into many spa facials as an alternative to steam. Pull hair back into a clip or band if hair tends to fall in your face.