Quick Skin Care Tips

Here we show you tips on how to properly care for your skin, from the right way to wash your face, to the best moisturizers and UV protection. Skin is the largest organ of our body. With proper skin care, we can, not only keep it healthy but also keep it looking young for a longer time. Skin care tips are another easy way to gradually improve your quality of life. If you understand what makes a good skin care product, you can shop smartly the next time you’re at the drugstore, and see an improvement without even adding extra products to your daily routine. Appropriate use of moisturizers or certain ingredients can slow down aging, increase the glow of your skin, and combat blotches and blemishes. You should at least eat five servings of fruit and vegetable everyday to cleanse the body of toxins that may affect your metabolism. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that can help prevent free radical damage to the skin.

Oily skin requires the opposite approach – instead of putting an emphasis on nourishing, you should focus on removing excess oil from it, hydrating, cleaning enlarged pores, and preventing or treating acne. Wash your skin about 2-3 times a day, but use a mild soap only once a day, because otherwise oil glands will be stimulated to produce even more sebum. Use only non-greasy moisturisers and tone your face often with alcohol-free herbal tonics or ice cubes, which will restore the health and balance of your skin. The best masks for oily skin are those featuring drying and hydrating ingredients, for example, clay, papaya, or yogurt. Apply once a week and make sure to rinse your face thoroughly with cool water after about 20 minutes. In case of acne, remove sugar and other carbohydrates from your diet and make sure not to eat any processed foods.

Focus on Moisturizer

There is no way around it; you have to increase your use of moisturizer in the winter months. Exposure to cold air literally robs your skin of its natural healing ability, and this leads to dryness, flaking, and cracking. You will need a three-step moisturizing process to maintain healthy skin in these conditions. First, use a gentle body soap that is designed to provide moisturizers. Follow this by applying body lotion after your shower to lock in moisture. Finally, invest in a good facial moisturizer that is free of fragrances and other unnecessary additives. Apply this immediately after anytime you wash your face.

Skin Care Tips

1. Avoid getting cold sores in the first place by not sharing stuff like lip balm, toothbrushes, or drinks with other people who might have cold sores. The virus that causes cold sores is transmitted through the nose (in mucus) and the mouth (in saliva).

2.  Wear sunscreen.  Apply SPF 15 in the winter and use a higher SPF sunscreen if you’re vacationing on the slopes or at the beach.

3. An Apple a Day – Have an apple, skin on, as a snack.

4. Vitamin B helps keep your skin tone healthy.

5. If you wear makeup, look for brands that are free of dyes and fragrances that can aggravate eczema.

6. Facial treatment that is very helpful for those with oily skin.

7. Remove your makeup before you go to sleep. When buying makeup, make sure you choose brands that say “noncomedogenic” or “nonacnegenic” on the label. Throw away old makeup that smells or looks different from when you first bought it.

8. We all know that the sun can damage skin, but did you know it can contribute to eye problems, too? Protect your face and eyes with a hat and sunglasses that provide 100% UV protection.

9. Cold water fish – Sardines are a good source of essential fats. Salmon is another good source, however these salmon accumulate toxic polychlorinated biphenyls (otherwise known as PCBs) in their body fat during the 95 percent of their lives they spend at sea.

10.  Protect your lips.  Lips can be especially prone to dryness because the skin there does not have oil glands. Do not lick your lips to hydrate them. Instead, use a petroleum- or beeswax-based lip balm.

Author: Franchis Adam
www.makeup-artists.org

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