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How to Do Your Own Facial Extraction

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We all have the same goal in mind: we want to look our best. Among the most important features when it comes to humans is the face.

In order to get that bright and radiant beauty, you need to properly get a facial extraction treatment from that would boost up your skin and plump up your look.

Facial extraction treatment from Singapore is a popular method to take out all those annoying impurities to make way for a better-looking face!

If you’ve ever wanted to do your own skin extraction, then read on!. This step-by-step guide will teach you how to do your facial extraction at home so that you can be proud of your appearance and save money along the way.

Cleanse Your Face

The first step you must do before proceeding with extraction is to properly clean your face.

This is to remove all the impurities that are sitting on top of your skin and clogging up pores, so it’s important not to skip this step! It’s best to use a mild cleanser that won’t cause any irritation.

It’s all about technique when it comes to washing your face. Likewise, it’s normal to want to rush through the cleansing process and get to the part where you can get beautiful skin.

However, This phase (especially during a facial treatment) must be emphasized and practiced for at least a few minutes, before rinsing off with cool water.

Exfoliate Your Skin 

Now that your face is pretty clean, it’s now time to do some exfoliation! Exfoliation is a step you should never skip out since this is when you will be removing any dead skin cells or dirt that’s been sitting on your face.

A gentle scrub works wonders for most people, but if you have sensitive skin, opt for a more mild exfoliation to avoid irritation and redness.

You don’t want to use an excessive amount of pressure while doing this step because it might end up irritating your skin.

Gently scrubbing in a circular motion is all that’s needed to get the job done. Don’t forget about those hard-to-reach areas like behind your ears and around your nose!

You’ll want to use something small enough for these spots, so using a washcloth or facial brush might be best. Make sure you also exfoliate your chin since this part is known to get oily.

Once you’re done, rinse your face and pat it dry before moving on to the next step! As we mentioned earlier, most people can follow this process in five minutes or less once they get used to it.

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Open Up Your Pores

One way to open up your pores is by using steam. Steam will help to open up your pores and soften the sebum that’s clogging them.

To create steam, you’ll need boiling water in a pot of some type with an opening on top. (The wider the opening, the better.)

You can use something like a Mason jar or tea kettle for this step too! Just make sure it has been properly cleaned to avoid any bacteria.

Place your head facing towards the boiling water and let the steam come in contact with your face. Make sure you don’t get too close to the water, or else some of it may splash into your eyes.

You may also get creative and add in some rose petals to give it a nice smell.

Now, let’s move on to the extraction process!

Extract Facial Impurities 

When extracting, be sure your hands have been cleaned as well as the tools you’re going to use.

Begin by massaging the skin with your fingers to get any dirt and oil out. Dip one of your hands in some water, then gently place it on top of your other hand as you begin rubbing downwards.

Keep repeating this pattern until all the impurities are gone. Gently, squeeze out any bumps or lumps that you may see on the surface of your skin.

*You should do this process for about five minutes.*

Afterward, cleanse your skin with some soap and water–you don’t want to leave any impurities on the surface of your face.

Your face will feel really soft afterward; however, if you still feel a little oily or dirty just repeat the process but make sure not to overdo it!.

Use a Face Mask

After extraction, your face may look red due to the squeezing. Your pores are open during this time, so it’s vital that you are careful not to irritate your skin.

To help your face cool down, take out a treatment face mask such as a chamomile or honey tea mask.

Place the mask on your face and let it sit for about 15-20 minutes.

It would even be great to take out some sliced cucumber and place it on your eye bags.

You can also take out a warm towel and put it over the mask to help ease irritation. Rinse with cool water after the time has ended.

Take Out Your Hydrating Serum

After facial extraction, your skin may dry up due to the removal of the impurities. To avoid this, take out your hydration serum and apply it to your dry areas such as eyelids or forehead.

Any sort of light moisturizer would do just fine! Apply it for about two hours before washing it off with cool water. A hydrating serum will also help lessen redness since it has a calming effect.


Now that you know how to do your own facial extraction, be sure to proceed with care and caution! Facial extraction is a delicate process that should be left to professionals.

For this reason, we recommend leaving it up to an experienced professional and not attempting it at home since this might lead to complications.

Give us a call, so we can assist you with an affordable yet outstanding facial extraction treatment!