Fresh and beautiful skin can easily be yours by learning how to really take care of your body both inside and out. Effective skin care requires a combination of dos and don’ts for both what you do to your skin and the nutrition that you are getting.
One way to improve your skin is to drink plenty of water. Water is the largest part of what makes us up our body at the cellular level; drinking lots of water will not only keep you hydrated, it will keep your cell walls nice and plump. You can also freshen your complexion throughout the day with a micro-mist of water on your face.
To keep your skin looking young and healthy, it is important to carefully protect your skin against the sun’s harmful UVB rays. Wearing sunscreen with the proper SPF (Sun Protection Factor) can greatly prolong the time it will take your skin to burn. Sunscreen isn’t just for the beach and summertime; using sunscreen throughout the year on your face can help reduce the risk of sun damage.
To get rid of pimples, apply apple cider vinegar to them. This treatment can make dry skin softer and it also soothes skin. The smell is strong, so do this early in the morning and not at night.
When removing makeup from the face and eye area, take care to avoid excessive rubbing or pulling of the skin. Over time, aggressive makeup removal can damage the skin’s elastin, which is a stretchy, resilient fiber that creates a firm, healthy, and youthful appearance. Instead, use water soluble cosmetics, which can be easily removed without distressing the skin.
If you wear a lot of cosmetics, cleansing your face twice, can leave your skin clean and fresh. First, use a gentle cleanser that is specifically manufactured for cosmetic removal. After you rinse, follow up with a more soothing and hydrating cleanser, to make sure all residue from the makeup and previous cleanser are removed.
A simple tissue can tell you what type of skin you have. If you are unsure of your skin type, take a tissue, unfold it, and press it to your face. If you see oil on the tissue in the areas of the forehead, nose, and cheeks – you have oily skin. If it only shows oil on the forehead and nose, you have combination skin. No oil means you have normal or dry skin. If your skin feels taught, it is likely on the dry side.
Carefully consider your long-term skin care regimen. Skin that is well taken care of will look younger when compared to other people in the same age group. Keep your skin moist with a high quality lotion which contains sunscreen. Over-exposure to the sun’s direct rays can cause your skin’s aging rate to accelerate.
Following the advice listed here will get your skin in the best shape of it’s life. Make sure to not focus on just one area as everything in skin care is connected, from what makeup you wear, the cleanser you use, and the food you eat. Take good care of your skin, and you will see the results you want.
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