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Skin Care Tips For Winter

Winter is dry and this affects your skin which makes it very dry, rough and flaky. Whatever happens inside your body would surely reflect what is happening to your skin. So have a proper diet and drink lots of water. It helps in transporting the nutrients to your skin cells. Avoid alcohol and caffeinated drinks which cause dehydration and instead have vegetables rich in water like leafy vegetables.
Winter can make you and the body very lethargic. You can change all that if you give more attention to the food you eat such as warm and cooked meals, warm water, juices, light tea and some exercise can all be very helpful in taking care of your skin. Cleanse your face daily with your favorite cleanser every night which making your skin more supple and beautiful.
There are healthy fats which can be very beneficial for skin too, such as olive oil as well as clarified butter. For good nourishment blanched, soaked almonds are very good. The best thing about winter you feel is the hot water b…

Skincare Advice For Everyone

Taking care of your skin should not be confusing nor should it require you to use a large multitude of products just to make your skin feel cleaner. In spite of all the sales hype that we see on TV and in print trying to persuade you that you need all different kinds of products most people only need a gentle cleanser and a moisturizer with anti-aging ingredients included. With that said, there are exceptions that may have a type of skin needing special care so it is important to know what kind of skin you have.
Begin by assessing what your skin type is. If your face feels dry and tight with possibly some rough patches or redness you probably have dry skin. You may even suffer from flaking and irritation. The best treatment for this type of skin is to use rich moisturizers and never use cleansers that strip oil from your skin. You should also add Omega-3 oil to your diet.
If your skin is shiny or feels slick, especially on your forehead, nose, and chin then you probably have oily sk…

The Importance Of Skin Care

Beauty and skin care go hand in hand, especially for those who want to show off their best with confidence. Starting good skin habits at a young age will contribute to younger looking skin in our not so young years later on. Good eating habits of healthy organic foods too contribute to more beautiful younger looking skin. Besides good daily habits of serious skin care, there is also the very strong advise of skin cancer doctors to never smoke and always use skin protection in the sun.
Beauty skin care is not just a facial issue;
serious skin care must include all of your skin from head to toes. According to dermatologist MD Dennis Gross, the absolute worst thing we can do to our skin is unprotected sun exposure. Doctor Gross goes on to say that 90% of the skin's wrinkles, dark spots and sagging skin are caused by unprotected sun exposure. This is why doctors highly recommend always wearing SPF 15 sun protection products all of the time. This is especially important to start thes…