Flawless skin does not have to cost a fortune to achieve. Before you run out to your local beauty counter consider the healing powers that exist within the contents of your refrigerator. Home remedy skin treatments work just as well as the more expensive brands. In this article, we will explore the many household skin miracles that are right in your refrigerator.
You should wash your face at least, twice a day. You should, especially, make sure you take the time to wash your face thoroughly each and every morning. Overnight, your skin can get quite oily and dirty. Washing your skin in the morning will help to prevent all of that oil and dirt from clogging your pores.
You don’t want to try to shave your skin when it’s dry. Use shaving cream or products that create lather. Trying to shave dry skin may cause serious irritation and ingrown hairs. Once you finish shaving, use lotion on your skin. You will relieve irritation and increase the moisture level of your skin.
Much is made of the petite jars of eye-related skin care products. Eye cream is a great example. However, next time you are at the department store cosmetic counter, feel free to walk right by the eye cream. Eye cream is nothing more than moisturizer with a slightly different consistency: ingredient comparisons show that they are basically the same. And unlike moisturizers, eye creams usually have no sun protection factor, which means the skin under your eyes is burning while everywhere else is protected.
Believe it or not, your makeup does have an expiration date. You will need to throw out your old cosmetics at least every six to eight months, probably sooner. Bacteria and other harmful elements can grow and thrive in your makeup and that is bad for your skin.
When applying sunscreen, use a makeup sponge. A sponge provides a more even application of the product. Using a sponge to apply sunscreen is beneficial because it will keep the lotion off of your hands and allow you to spread it evenly.
Dry, inflamed skin could benefit from essential fatty acids (EFAs). EFAs are available in supplement form and typically include omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9. These are the fatty acids responsible for skin repair, skin moisture levels, and skin flexibility. The human body can not produce its own EFAs, so EFA rich foods or supplements must be consumed.
Caring for your skin means that you should always wear sunscreen. If you put on a makeup product that doesn’t have sunscreen included, mix it in with your lotion to ensure that you are getting the coverage you need. Try products that have micronized zinc or Avobenzone. This will keep your skin from getting burned, without making you look washed out.
As mentioned previously, great skin can be achieved by using simple ingredients from home. You will never have to spend a fortune on products again. The next time you’re considering heading out to purchase a beauty mask, remember to check your refrigerator first. The food you eat isn’t just good to you, it can be good for your skin too.
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