If you’re one of those people that’s starting to recognize that taking care of your skin is hard to do properly, then you’re in the right place. What you have to remember about proper skin care is that is about how much you know, so always be on the lookout for more information and you should be fine.
Your skin care regime should include a healthy diet. Fresh fruits and vegetables are packed full of nutrients that will give your complexion a boost. Foods rich in Vitamin C can aid in maintaining the skin’s collagen, ensuring firmness and elasticity. Lycopene, which is found in red-colored fruits and vegetables, can help to protect the skin against damaging UV rays.
A good thing that you can do to take care of your skin is to try a at-home facial mask. They’re a lot cheaper than going somewhere and you can use what you have on hand in your cabinet. One mask that you can try is a basic egg white mask. Take 2 egg whites and two tablespoons of plain yogurt. Mix together, apply for a few minutes and then rinse-off with warm water.
Squinting is one of the leading contributors to crow’s feet and deep wrinkles in the eye area. You can help prevent these wrinkles by avoiding squinting as much as possible. One easy way to accomplish this is by wearing sunglasses on sunny days. Additionally, if you have poor vision, keep you prescription up to date for your eyeglasses or contacts so you don’t have to squint to see distant objects.
You always want to be careful if you wear sunglasses or glasses that they are always clean. Bacteria can form on your glasses from makeup or oils on your skin. Then the next time you put on that pair of glasses, that old bacteria will contaminate your clean skin.
Be sure to use natural products on your skin. Don’t use products that have a long list of ingredients that read like a chemistry book. These are bad for your body and your skin. Some specific chemicals to watch out for are triethanolamine (TEA), diethanolamine (DEA), and monoethanolamine (MEA). All three of these chemicals can be found in many US skin care products, but you should know that they are not allowed in European countries because they have been found to cause cancer!
Avoid taking long, very hot baths or showers. The intense heat from the hot water and the prolonged exposure to water breaks down the lipid barriers in your skin leading to moisture loss and dry, cracked skin. Lukewarm baths with added essential oils or short showers are much healthier options for your skin.
You should keep your skin care products in a cold environment, especially in the summer time. When you apply warm products on your skin, your face might get flushed, and your warm skin is an ideal environment for the bacterias that were on your fingertips to thrive. With cold products, you reduce the flushing and keep bacterias from spreading.
With all of the knowledge you have just gained about proper skin care, you should have a better idea of how you want to take care of your skin. Remember that you should be applying this information as much as you can. It’s the only way you’re going to notice any change.
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