It's just so complicatedly simple. While you use some oils on your hair to add a shine (or whatever), and maybe mix up a smart fruit mask for a clear, softly blushed complexion...you can't always grantee that ALL these non-chemical means have completely positive side-effects and results. You can be allergic. They can be poisonous. How many possibilities are there? Not with water. And if it doesn't give you the thoroughest cleanse (like without soap), it still is a symbol of purity.
You'll boil a tea kettle with enough water so that the water's surface is close to the kettle's opening. (thats how you'll get the best results). Once the water is hot enough that bubbles are literally jumping and floating on it, turn off your stove so you wont get burned, and levitate your face and neck slowly over the steam. This will open up and cleanse your pores, allowing a moist and calming feeling to take over your face and soul. Continue to slowly move your face and neck around over the water until you feel
F R E S H ! Now you can't just be done and start walking around with open pores for the rest for the day. (that's what I actually thought was okay, just once LOL) That way, germs and other bad things can easily enter your skin and cause blackheads and ugliness. So what you'll have to do at this point is gently sweep a soft napkin across your chin, forehead, and cheeks. There should be some dirt or residue on the napkin.
You're still not finished. In order to reseal and protect your pores in the best way, you'll have to put on some moisturizer or, since this is a weekly thing, a mask! You can slather some honey on your face, do that mask I talked about in my first ever beauty post on Aristocratic Reign, here -->
Face-Brightening and Moisturizing DIY Mask
Next: this can be an obvious one. Drinking two water bottles a day will not only make your full body (hair and skin included) immensely healthier and young, also trimming down your weight, but it does have very apparent beauty solutions as well.
Drinking two bottles of water a day, and not necessarily The Best Water, will clean up the mess your makeup made, a.k.a., ACNE. Other than that, Dry areas anywhere on your skin. Dullness. I feel water does brighten up my tone some how. Like it is just soooo good, and not an expensive rare thing you need to order from the borders of this certain tropical area (whatever, okay? And that's what it sounds like when Paris Hilton-like-females talk).
Washing your face frequently will help with fighting acne. BUT don't wash it every five minutes. Twice a day is neutral. Once with a good cleanser (one with an exfoliating salicylic, glycolic, or lactic acid component) and once with only a cold splash (to revive and erase tiredness--puffiness) and you're fine. However, washing it more than three times will trip it of it's natural oils, leaving it even dryer than before.