Your daily cleansing ritual isn’t enough. To improve the blood circulation in your face and remove comedones (derma lingo for whiteheads and blackheads), you need a regular facial. “If you have oily skin, get a facial twice a month. For normal to dry skin, once a month is fine,” recommends dermatologist Dr. Ellaine Eusebio-Galvez. Too busy to set an appointment? Try this basic treatment at home.


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(First published in the February 2009 issue of Marie Claire Philippines, Beauty section as "D.I.Y Facial;" photos by Dix Perez; makeup by Tatin Yang; hair by Ronie Misa; model: Kate Bautista; adapted for use in Female Network.)

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