Herbal Facial Bath / Natural Toner

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Primary Benefits:
Steam Cleans, Detoxifies and Tones Skin.
Leaves Skin Feeling Fresh.

1.4 oz. – 40 g

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Benefits: If your goal is clear, soft and smooth skin with a natural glow, steaming your face will help to achieve this. Steam is one of the best ways to unclog pores and detoxify skin. It softens the skin’s surface and helps free any dead cells, dirt, bacteria or other trapped matter that could cause breakouts or uneven complexion. In addition, steaming helps stimulate blood and oxygen circulation which is necessary for the reproduction of new and healthy skin cells.

In order to boost the effectiveness and benefits of your steam treatments, EcoGenics has developed a proprietary blend of herbs which have natural cleansing and toning properties. EcoGenics 100% Natural Herbal Facial Bath contains: Lavender, Sage, Peppermint & Spearmint, Chamomile Flowers and Fennel Seeds.

By adding our herbs to your steam treatment, you will enjoy an aromatherapy home spa treatment that will leave your skin cleansed, toned and refreshed.

Directions and Pre-cautions:  Steaming your face might seem simple enough, however there’s a right way and a wrong way. Taking preliminary precautions will ensure your safety as well as help you get the most benefit from your steam treatments. Water temperature is the first consideration. Most professionals recommend a water temperature at about 110 degrees Fahrenheit (43 degrees Celsius) and caution getting no closer then 12 inches (30 centimeters), while others recommend a distance of 18 inches (45 centimeters). You need to be careful not to let your face get too close to hot steam. If you let your skin absorb too much heat, the increased blood flow could lead to broken capillaries (tiny red spider veins) under the skin. You could also get scalded and harm your skin. Therefore, please keep a safe distance from the steam.

Steaming Treatment – Home Use: Now that you know the cautions of water temperature and how close to get to steam, you are ready to begin the steaming treatment. First, to prepare your face before your steam treatment, wash it to remove makeup or impurities. Step 1: Spoon 3 tablespoons of the Herbal Facial Bath /Natural Toner into a heatproof glass, stainless steel or ceramic bowl. Step 2: Prepare water to the appropriate temperature and let it stand for approximately 5 minutes. Next, pour the heated water over the herbal mixture. Step 3: Tie your hair back and place a towel over your head and shoulders to form a tent over the bowl and your head. Lower your face over the steam for about 7 to 8 minutes. When needed, periodically lift your face and towel up to vary amount a steam to your face.
See chart below for illustrated Step 1, 2 and 3 instructions.

All skin types can benefit from facial steam treatments. As a general rule of thumb, it is recommended you incorporate a steam treatment into your beauty regime once a week. Exposing your skin to steam for periods longer than the prescribed time or more than once a week, can dry out your skin. `

For an extra cleansing boost after your steam treatment, rinse skin with cool water and apply EcoGenics Mineral Masque Soufflé. Remove Masque and to ensure your skin is properly hydrated, follow with EcoGenics Skin Serum and/or EcoGenics Moisturizer.

Other Considerations: If you have certain skin conditions, such as rosacea or a fungal infection, sweating and increased blood circulation caused by steaming might do more harm than good. In addition, if you have severe acne, steaming your face sometimes can make it worse. If you have any of these conditions, it is a good idea to check with your doctor before you start with a steam treatment.


Botanical/Natural Ingredients

Chamomile Flowers: Chamomile is a daisy like flower that is native to Europe and Asia. The use of Chamomile dates back to the times of the ancient Egyptians, Romans and Greeks. It helps calm and soothe irritated skin because of its natural antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral and properties. It also helps in the treatment of eczema. This marvelous herb relieves pain, promotes skin repair and soothes redness.

Spearmint Leaves: Native to the Mediterranean, Spearmint is a hardy perennial herb. Its historical use goes back thousands of years. The characteristic feature is its refreshing fragrance that provides therapeutic benefits when inhaled. Spearmint is rich in vitamin A and C, and has antiseptic, disinfectant, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and stimulating properties. Due to its antiseptic and disinfectant properties, spearmint can be used to heal minor wounds.

Sage: Sage in an aromatic perennial herb native to the Mediterranean region, cultivated for its leaves, which are used fresh or dried. With excellent astringent properties, sage is a natural toner for all skin types. Not only is sage an herbal toner, it also has antiseptic properties, cleansing while tightening. It is a rich source of nutrients and is a powerful antioxidant. Aromatherapy benefits include: anti-depressant, mood lifting, and an overall calming effect.

Fennel Seed: Fennel is a herb native to the Mediterranean region. Its use dates back to the Middle Ages where it was cultivated near monasteries. It has a soothing, cleansing and toning effect on the skin. It is an active anti-oxidant, while reducing water retention in the skin, which can give a puffy appearance.

Peppermint Leaves: The Peppermint Plant is an herb indigenous to Europe and North America. Its high content of therapeutic menthol gives skin a refreshing cooling feeling and helps to prevent acne and clogged pores. It helps tone the skin by eliminating red blotches and keeps your complexion clear and luminous. The cool scent has beneficial effects when inhaled, helping to clear nasal and throat passages and has an aromatherapy refreshing effect on the mind, relieving stress, exhaustion, depression and anxiety.

Lavender Flower Oil: Lavender oil comes from the flowers of common lavender bush. Lavender is native to the mountainous zones of the Mediterranean where it grows in sunny, stony habitats. Today, it flourishes throughout southern Europe, Australia, and the United States. Lavender oil has antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties and the fragrance has been demonstrated to have an aromatherapy soothing, calming effect.

Cellulose Fibers: Derived from the domestic corn plant, cellulose fibers are finely ground into small particles to help absorb fragrance and essential oils.

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