A basic skin care regime is essential if you want your skin to appear clear, hydrated, refreshed and attractive. First, remember the skin is the largest organ in your body. Therefore, the healthier you are on the inside, the healthier your skin will appear on the outside. So when you maintain proper nutrition and hydration, your skin’s appearance will follow! In addition, most women will spend hours tending to their hair, nails and make-up, but only a few minutes washing and hydrating their skin (most men don’t even bother with the hydration part!).
There are a few simple things your skin needs in order to stay healthy and attractive. Providing your skin with these three components will help it remain clear and blemish-free. However, adding a few extra components to your skincare routine can help you to fight off wrinkles, sunspots, and other skincare problems associated with aging and sun damage.
First of all, your skin needs cleansing. Some women, and most men, believe it adequate to cleanse the skin of the face with only soap and water. However, soap is much too harsh for facial skin. If you simply use regular bar soap and hot water to wash your face, chances are you’re promoting dryness, which won’t do anything for your complexion. Instead of using soap and water, choose a mild cleanser that will remove dirt and impurities without removing essential moisture from your skin.
The next thing that your skin needs to stay healthy is hydration or moisture. Unfortunately, most regular skin lotions are too greasy and can clog pores and cause blemishes. For this reason, it’s always better to choose a moisturizer that is specifically designed for facial skin.
The final component for skin care success is protection. You will be ensuring long-term skincare health if you can protect your skin from harmful free radicals, sun, wind, and other elemental damage. For this reason, it’s important to choose skin care products that are specifically designed to provide multifunction protection from the sun and other destructive environmental toxins.
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