Common misconception seems to think that only the rich people can maintain the youthfulness of their skin, even as they’re entering into senior years. Well, the truth is not really. As long as you take a really good care of your skin and cover the basic and essential part religiously, I don’t see why not; even anybody of us can get their own healthy and clear skin with simple tips.
Your beauty comes from within and it’s not as simple as dabbing makeup in place and the right way is to ensure that your body gets everything it needs, right from the healthy mix of vitamins, minerals, and fibers, enough of fluids, as well as limiting any intakes of food and beverages that will only add more toxins to your body. Simply put, what you have inside will eventually shows up on the outside.
Plus, getting enough of vitamins and minerals is also essential to help your body to produce stuff in keeping your skin looking smooth and ever-so youthful such as collagen fibers, as well as skin healing (due to acne or pigmentations), neutralizing free radicals as much as possible, and improving blood circulation.
There’s no question; whatever stuff that are not supposed gets onto your skin needs to be purged out immediately, via cleansing and/or exfoliating. Washing your skin (that includes your face and body) is important to purge out all the dirt, debris, impurities, and even makeups that get stuck onto your skin, and the key is to do it as gently as possible.
After washing them thoroughly, the next logical step is to keep your skin hydrated and moisturized as much as possible. Rub and lather the right moisturizer fir for your skin type to keep them nourished. Hint: dry skin is one of the factors that lead to premature ageing. This is especially important during the winter months when your skin is the driest. You can read up on more winter skin tips from here.
Plus, don’t forget ample amounts of sunscreen to keep your skin protected from the damaging effects of UV rays. Trust me, long term of exposure to these rays can be quite devastating and you need not to be as one of their statistics, which you can read up on here. Simple habits call for; using a good sunscreen daily, staying indoors when the sun is the brightest, as well as avoiding tanning beds as well. If you love to have a tan, get yourself some self-tanner instead.
And of course, all in all with these tips, you can see how your skin improving dramatically within a month (that’s how long your skin starts to adapt and really change for you to see the difference) and the key is consistency. Heck, even the most pricey skin care line (think Sisley or La Mer) is ineffective if you only use it once in a year. So keep on doing the tips mentioned and you’ll see what I mean.