Steam Vaporiser mostly used for either cold relief or skin care purposes, whereas in case of cold & cough relief, we need a decongestion capsule or some decongest oil to put along with vaporizer , so that you could get most of it. For Facial Sauna – Go clean facial sauna vaporizing machine provides you with all possible solutions for your face, It keeps your skin rejuvenated, and fresh & bacteria-free that produces acne/pimples, and white & blackheads that lead to skin problems . Steam Vaporiser is a defined process with 4-5 steps: 1 – Cleanse 2 – Steam 3 – Exfoliate 4 – Moisturizing.
Cleaning or washing your face is the first step in properly preparing your skin for steam by getting rid of debris and bacteria.
Step 2 – After washing your face, take a steam bath for 5 to 10 minutes to open up your pores and encourage the appearance of blackheads or whiteheads on the uppermost layer of skin, allowing for their removal during the exfoliation procedure.
Step 3 – Exfoliation, also known as scrubbing, is a procedure used to remove any blackheads, whiteheads, or dead skin cells that develop on the top layer of skin after using a sauna. A light scrub is advised for this procedure. Please Note: People who have acne or pimples on their skin shouldn’t exfoliate their skin because doing so can aggravate or burn the acne.
Step 4 – Moisturizing or Toning, Miniaturization is very necessary to prepare skin hydrated all the times, so always apply a mild toner after exfoliation Let’s help you to know your skin type & possible natural treatments: 1 – Dry/Sensitive Skin 2 – Acne/Pimple Skin 3 – Mature/Tanned Skin 4 – Oily Skin 5 – Normal / Natural Skin.
Important TO Know ( Steam Vaporiser )
- Do not use RO/Filter water as it stops the steam generation process. Always Use Normal Tap Water.
- Recommended to wash the container with lukewarm water to avoid a plastic smell during initial use.
- It is suitable for respiratory ailments therapy, aromatherapy, cold nose and throat treatment, bronchitis, laryngitis, hay fever, arthritis & asthma.