LA-based aesthetician, 28-year-old Nayamka Roberts-Smith affectionately known as Nai, shared a skin secret she calls ‘ the 60-second rule’ that numerous women are praising.
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Hi, I’m Nai your friendly neighborhood esthetician! Today I’m 28 years old.😝 But it feels like I’m celebrating so much more. One year ago, I dug deep, bet on myself, and began traveling as an esthetician. 2018 was a crazy ride with so many highs, and too many lows. I’ve done hella this year that I’m so proud of: A Beverly Hills location, 6 successful Spa Pop-Ups, 4 cities, A 3.5 million view Youtube video, #NoScrubs, #60SecondRule, plus overcoming my personal battles with anxiety & depression. I’m absolutely mind blown right now that I’ve typed it all out. I’ve beat myself up a lottttttttt about my weight gain during this process, but you know what? All great journeys require sacrifice. So I’m going to take this Miami Art Basel vacation to reflect, recharge, and set myself up for a 2019 beyond my wildest dreams. Thank you everyone for the birthday wishes. 💕
The regimen requires you to wash your face for exactly one minute. If you are thinking, “what could that possibly do?” Nai says it will soften your skin, improve texture, complexion and rid you of acne caused by blocked sebum glands, in a Twitter post that has since gone viral.
“Cleansing your face (with your fingers) for 60 seconds allows the ingredients in the cleanser to actually work. Most [people] wash their face for like 15 seconds max,” she wrote.
Cleansing your face (with your fingers) for 60 seconds allows the ingredients in the cleanser to actually work. Most ppl wash their face for like 15 seconds max.
It softens the skin & dissolves sebum blockages better.
Texture & overall evenness improves. #60SecondRule https://t.co/TQk6xkopOz
— Global Esthetician (@LaBeautyologist) November 1, 2018
“The 60-second rule is an original skincare tip I developed to help clients get the most out of their expensive cleansers,” she wrote on her Youtube video description.
By: Dammy Eneli