Women with Dream Skin Reveal 9 Secrets

skin care tips

In youth, people care little. But the older you get, the more you notice that the complexion on your face changes. Maybe you put in extra gear to have a chance to develop like those older women who are still “beaming”.

Who does not remember the years when you could party for several days in a row, sleep with your makeup on – and still shine like a sun the next day? When the skin was still supple and spotless, the sweet youth could parry both lack of sleep and junk food quite well.

But at 25, they suddenly became aware of their mortality when a late night resulted in swollen eyelids and red-spotted cheeks the following day. Therefore you should take care of your face a little more: at least wash off the makeup and apply both morning and evening.

Here are some of the best skincare tricks.

1. Have fun

Everyone looks better and healthier with a smile on their face or a laugh close at hand. So the skin on the face looks better when we are happy and feel good. Conversely, the skin worsens during stress and anxiety, triggering disease states such as eczema, rosacea and psoriasis. So regularly boost your mood with things you like.

2. Do a facial once a month 

It is recommended to do a facial once a month. It’s like going to the dentist: you get rid of dirt and excess fat, which you have difficulty getting rid of yourself. If you can not afford professional treatment, you should make sure to take care of your face at home, using masks and scrubs that you can easily mix with honey, oil, baking powder and other ingredients that are usually in the cupboards. Search online for proven and popular recipes.

3. Keep an eye on the skin

Make it a habit to examine the skin of your face yourself once a month to be aware of any changes. For example, one should be vigilant about birthmarks that bleed or change shape or colour. It can also be a good idea to visit an eye specialist and dermatologist once a year to rule out any damage to the retina or cancer.

4. Rinse yourself

There are several reasons why a cap, hat or scarf on the head or around the face is recommended in all weathers. On the one hand, it protects against the sun, which can cause both skin cancer and wrinkles. On the one hand, it shuts out the cold, making the skin dry and chapped. You also keep away dirt by covering yourself, which can clog the pores and lead to inflammation. So put on the headgear when you are going to be outdoors.

5. Wash and lubricate your face every night

The only point that all of the participating women were tough on. Washing away dirt and grease from the face every night is a must to keep the skin fresh in the long run. Most of the pros use regular mild soap – and then lubricate themselves with a softening, relatively cheap cream. Be careful not to have too hot water, as it may irritate the skin.

6. Use sun protection factor

A common mistake that many make is only care about sunscreen in connection with holiday travel. But the sun can be just as dangerous at other times of the year – and even in northern European countries. To counteract skin cancer and wrinkles, you should always wear a sun protection factor on your face, at least SPF 30, according to the women in the Huffington Post article. Today’s many good day creams have built-in sunscreen, so look at the jar or tube.

7. Sleep

When we sleep, our cells are repaired and recovered. The body heals itself. Too little sleep is noticeable directly on the skin, in the form of, for example, dark circles around the eyes, pimples and an imbalance between oily and dry skin. Try to get between six and eight hours a night – and seek help if you have insomnia or other sleep problems.

8. Eat and drink healthy

Yes, how and what you eat also affects areas other than weight. Chemical additives in junk food and sweets, for example, are directly inhibitory to the skin, which can become inflamed, pimple and dull due to poor diet. Invest in clean and natural foods, with lots of vegetables, fruits and unsaturated fats. Drinking water is essential, as moisture helps keep the skin supple and full.

9. Exercise

Everything good for health in general also does good for the skin. Physical activity keeps the supply of oxygen to the skin of the face going, which is of better quality and looks younger in the long run.

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