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Choosing The Right Treatment For Your Skin Type
Your complexion can be a fickle thing. One day your skin may be clear and smooth, and the next it may not. Worse still, after a lifetime of ideal skin, you could find yourself in the middle of an uphill battle trying to get back what you have lost! Don’t lose heart! Here are some tips to improve and keep your skin looking its best!
Be sure to moisten your skin before shaving. If you can, always use some sort of lathering product like shaving cream. Shaving when your skin is dry makes it irritated and also causes razor burn or ingrown hairs. Make sure to moisturize after shaving. This soothes irritation and provides essential moisture for your skin.
Baking soda is a wonder ingredient for skin care. Try combining baking soda and water and spreading the paste on your acne or using it to help rough areas, like the skin on your knees. You can also use a little baking soda and water to remove the scalp buildup caused by excessive hair styling products.
A surprisingly large part of taking care of your skin is getting enough exercise. Failing to get enough exercise can result in significant weight gain, which will stretch out the skin and even leave behind stretch marks. Losing the weight can result in extra flabby skin. It’s best to exercise now and avoid later issues.
During pregnancy, use cocoa butter lotion regularly to help prevent stretch marks. Certain studies show that cocoa butter helps prevent stretch marks. Additionally, even just the act of massaging lotion on the problem areas can help. Massaging stimulates circulation, which improves cell and skin growth. Massaging cocoa butter onto the skin improves elasticity and can help you avoid stretch marks.
For a therapeutic, moisturizing treatment for dry and sensitive skin, look for bath products with rice milk, soy milk, or oat milk. Milk has soothing and softening properties and will not clog pores or leave residue on the skin. Limit your soak to twenty minutes, however; any longer and you risk dehydrating the skin.
To protect your skin from sun damage you should always wear sunscreen of SPF 15 or higher when spending time outside, especially between the hours of 10AM and 4PM. Wearing sunscreen protects your skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays that can lead to wrinkles, age spots, rough skin, or even skin cancer.
If you have sensitive skin, avoid facial scrubs that feel gritty or grainy; they will only make your skin retreat in pain. Instead, wash with a gentle castile soap (Dr. Bronner’s is a quirky but reliable brand) and pat gently dry after rinsing. Your sensitive skin is very reactive to its environment and needs the gentlest of treatment. Using grainy scrubs, or especially any products containing AHAs (alpha hydroxy acids) will further aggravate your skin’s sensitivity, creating redness and irritation.
Your skin is exposed to the elements, so as the weather changes so do your skin care needs. During winter, invest in a thicker moisturizer to provide more protection from the wind and cold. During the summer, look for lighter weight items without oils to keep your skin soft and smooth.
The use of salicylic acid as a facial peel can help with reducing the signs of aging, hyperpigmentation, and acne. It even minimizes the appearance of pores. Salicylic acid is an anti-flammatory that helps break down the protein bonds between several layers of skin. The use of the acid is effective in soothing and improving your skin.
Showering can be hard on your skin, so after you get out, don’t vigorously rub yourself dry. Instead, gently pat your skin with the towel and leave some moisture on your skin. Find a moisturizer or lotion that you like, and put it on after your shower to keep your skin in good shape.
Wash the makeup off your face with a soft tissue or cotton ball that will reduce the amount of irritation that you feel. If you have sensitive skin, scrubbing makeup off with a washcloth can be excessively irritating, so be as gentle as possible to improve your comfort level and health.
You can experience the full benefits of the antioxidant, Vitamin C, with a simple home remedy. Take an orange, and squeeze some juice into a container. Dip a cotton ball into the juice, and dab it on your face. Leave the juice on your face, and it will quickly evaporate, leaving you with a healthy glow.
In summary, there are some obvious ideas that have been tested over time, as well as some newer techniques that you may not have considered. Hopefully, as long as you follow what we suggest in this article, you can either get started with proper skin care or improve on what you have already done.
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Maintain Hydration In The Skin
Maintaining a healthy skin also helps keep the skin hydrated. Using moisturizers, serums, and essence protects the skin from dehydration. Drinking lots of water and eating fruits and vegetables also helps prevent dry or cracked skin.
Prevent Signs Of Skin Aging
Having dry and loose skin does not happen overnight. It’s a result of prolonged exposure to UV rays. It’s may also be caused by stress and other health problems. If you do not address this problem, your skin will look older as days pass by. If you want to prevent this, make sure that you apply lotion, sunscreen, sunblock, and other skin-protecting products every day.
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