Skin care is all about technique, product and dedication. If you can find the right product, technique and you can dedicate the time to put them to good use, you will find that the complexion that you desire is just a short time away. This article is full of tips to help you make that happen.
Exfoliation is a great way to slough the dead skin cells off your face. You can use an exfoliation glove, a scrub or even white sugar to get the job done. Only do it once or maybe twice each week so you don’t irritate your skin.
For clear skin, do more laundry — specifically, wash your bed linens. The oils and dirt from your skin are transferred to your pillow case while you sleep, so regularly washing your bed linens, especially your pillow case, prevents you from putting dirt and oil back on your skin every time you go to bed. Wash your pillow case every other day and your bed sheets at least once a week.
Razor bumps are the bane of many men’s workdays. To avoid razor bumps when shaving, you need to use the proper razor. Amazingly, more blades does not always mean a better shave; the recent introduction of 4 and 5 blade razors have actually caused more razor bumps than those that are only double or triple-bladed. Try a high-quality double-bladed razor, preferably one with a disposable head, and you will see that you will wind up with a smoother face.
If your skin is oily, sensitive, or prone to breakouts, do away with bar soaps and bar cleansers. Instead, look for cleansers that are dispensed in pump or spray bottles. The moist, exposed surface of bar soaps, combined with the humidity of an enclosed bathroom, encourages the growth of acne-causing bacteria.
Whether your skin tone is light or dark, always use sunscreen on sunny days. Not only does over-exposure to sunlight cause skin cancer, it also ages your skin much faster. If you have an especially light complexion, avoid tanning too much. When you reduce your skin’s exposure to the sun, you will reduce years to your appearance.
You need to be sure to keep all of your towels clean. Towels can pick up many different kinds of contaminants from falling on a bathroom floor or if someone wipes their hands on it. Always be certain that the towel you are using has been freshly laundered.
Many people grow up thinking having a nice dark tan is healthy and beautiful. Well, it’s not. Tanned skin is the first part of skin damage. Tanned skin also doesn’t help protect you from sunburn all that much. Tanning your skin gives you roughly an SPF protection of 2-4, much less than the minimum recommended SPF 15. It’s not worth damaging your skin when it doesn’t do all that much to protect you.
The article above was written to help those with the desire to gain a healthy and youthful complexion. Your skin will cooperate with you as long as you take the time to put the care into it that it needs to stay healthy and glowing. Follow the tips above routinely and you will be quite happy with the results.
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