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The Hand Held Facial Steamer Is the Ultimate in Skin Care!


Finally a better acne choice than non comedogenic facial cleansers, and a top choice for clear skin supplement for women. If you want to treat your skin to ultimate skin care than a hand held facial steamer is a must have!

In the old days, women would plug in a kettle and use the steam to open their pores to allow for a deep clean. While it's 2005 we no longer have to use this archaic technique. Not only can we now purchase luxurious full size facial steamers in a host of colors and styles, we even have the option of the hand held models. Small so easy to store, convenient to use, and it will travel where ever you go.

Facial steamers open the pores allowing the skin to receive a nice deep clean. It's great for removing crime and pollutants from pores - basically it unclogs the pores, resulting in clearer skin and less acne outbreaks.

The gentle steam brings your skin back to life making it appear younger. The steam gives the skin back elasticity, making it appear smoother, depleting the fine lines of wrinkles, and giving it a shiny youthful appearance. It's the quickest and cheapest way to take 10 years of your age in a hurry.

Every day we expose our skin to a host of pollutants, some directly such as our makeup, other's indirectly such as toxins in the air, dust and dirt. Some of these pollutants are pretty mild, others can have long term toxic effects. Most women are pretty diligent about cleaning their skin in the evening with their regular cleanser. Now that's a great start but it doesn't get deep into the skin.

Studies have shown that your skin is like a big sponge, and it's very effective at absorbing what it is exposed to. Now sometimes this is good - when we apply moisturizer, or the doctor prescribes a patch prescription. But most times this is bad. When we cleanse we remove the top layer of pollutants and dirt. However pollutants, toxins, and grime trapped deeper in the skin are not removed and the result is acne or drab aged looking skin, and in serious cases skin cancer.

Well as the old saying goes, we've come along way babe! For as little as $20.00 you can purchase a brand name hand held steamer. There are plenty on the market to choose from. Geez that's cheaper than an iron, and much more fun to use!

Your skin will be healthier and look younger, and it will thank you for making it look and feel soooo good!

M.D. Stacener from The Acne Cure has been serving customers for over 20 years, providing valuable information to keep you beautiful and healthy. Please visit us at The Acne Cure


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