Steam your face at home

3 Simple Ways to Steam your face at home

Steaming your face once in a while is very important to keep your skin clean and healthy. A skin care routine is never perfect if you do not follow facial steaming at least once in a month. It is always not feasible to run to parlous to get facial steaming done. Instead, you can try these 3 simple methods to steam your face at home without any fancy equipment.

But before that, let’s understand why Facial steam is important and what are its skin care benefits.

Benefits of Facial Steaming

Removes Blackheads: One of the most acclaimed benefits of facial steaming is, it helps loosen the black heads on the face and makes it easier to remove them without much pain.

Unclogs Pores: Clogged pores are one of the key contributing factors to acne breakouts, and can lead to infection and severe skin irritation. The warm steam causes your face to sweat, which opens the pores and helps soften the surface layer of dead skin cells, releasing dirt and debris that could be the cause of breakouts and would otherwise stay trapped.

Enhances skin circulation and makes you look younger: Steaming your face triggers a thermo regulating response in which blood vessels in the skin dilate, thus more blood can flow to the skin, which delivers oxygen and nutrients to the tissue. This is what gives tired, dull skin that rosy, dewy post-steam glow.

Better penetration of Skin care Products: Once your pores have opened and the dirt and debris have been eliminated, your clean pores can now better absorb products you might use, such as a face mask or serum.


How to Steam your face at home

Method 1:

Bowl of steaming water.  Bring a pot of water to a boil, transfer the water to a ceramic or glass bowl, drape a towel over your head covering the bowl too for trapping the steam. Place your face close enough to the steam so you feel it on your face, but not so close that your skin feels like it is burning or overheating.

Steam your face at home


Method 2:

Steaming with warm towels. With this method, you submerge clean towels in hot water, wring them out, allow them to cool down to a comfortably warm temperature, and then apply them to your face.

Steam your face at home


Method 3:

A facial steamer. If you’re trying to recreate your spa facial experience, you can buy an at home facial steamer like this one Diswa Facial Sauna Spa Sprayer Facial Face Steamer. There are many on the market, so do your research in order to find the perfect one for your needs. Typically, they are simple to use and require little prep and clean-up, but most importantly they deliver the right amount steam for a safe period of time so you don’t damage your skin.

Steam your face at home


Flavored Steams for extra benefits

Facial steams can be enjoyed with a benefit of different added flavors.  You can simply add few green tea leaves or flowers like dried rose petals and lavender flowers into the boiling water before starting your facial steaming.

This will enhance the steaming power and makes your skin more soft and clear.

Some of the ingredients which can be added to your steaming water are:

Green Tea
Lemon Zest
Orange Peels
Dried Rose petals
Essential oils like lavender oil and Tea tree oil

While using essential oils, make sure you do not over use them. Not more than 5-6 drops for each cup of water.



Steam for a minimum of 5 minutes, and no more than 10 minutes.

Add a facial steam tea to infuse your skin with therapeutic herbs, flowers and roots.

A face pack after Facial steaming will help lighten your skin gives instant glow.

Steam no more than once a week for the best results.

If you have severe acne or a serious skin conditions, please consult your physician before doing an at-home facial steam.

Follow with a an Oil based skin serum after facial steaming.

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