Each day should consist of a routine that is all about proper hygiene and health. One of the big parts of this routine should focus on your skin care. Why anyone would not take care of their skin is a mystery, but if the only problem is the lack of knowledge they should read the advice given here.
To properly take care of your skin, be sure to wear sunscreen with a SPF rating of at least 15 when exposed to sunlight for a long amount of time. Doing so will help to prevent UV rays from penetrating your skin causing burns, cancer, and premature wrinkling. While sunlight does provide vitamin D, exposure needs to be in moderation.
To maintain proper skin care for yourself, be sure to keep your skin clean. This is important to prevent your pores from becoming clogged. Clogged pores will result in ugly blemishes due to infections. Be sure to not use harsh soaps so as to not dry out the skin, use mild temperature water, and be sure to not over clean.
Make your own mask to help with breakouts. After you wash your face use a raw egg-white and spread it all over your face. The egg-white will dry and tighten on your face. It will clean out your pores and help close them up. You can also use clay-dirt as a mask.
The best treatments to use when trying to acquires beautiful skin would be any one that contains alpha-hydroxy. These acids are normally found in milk, fruit and wine. Alpha-hydroxy acids help break up the proteins that hold onto dead skin. When those bonds are broken, dead skin can be gently scrubbed away to reveal luminous healthy skin.
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 using a salt or sugar scrub to exfoliate your skin, use the product for a longer amount of time, but do not increase the pressure. Applying too much pressure while you exfoliate may cause damage to sensitive skin. By exfoliating longer, not harder, you will remove impurities and dead skin without stripping away the skin’s protective oils.
Use a humidifier in winter to avoid dry skin. When homes and offices have the furnaces going in the cold winter months, the air inside becomes very dry and can suck the moisture right out of your skin. To combat this, use a humidifier in your home when the heater is on to replace lost moisture in the air.
With the above information, there is no longer an excuse not to keep your skin in the best condition possible. It doesn’t require mass amounts of time or work on your behalf and the results are always worth what you put in. Do not wait until tomorrow to start taking care of your body when damage is being done today.