Use the Right Cleanser Every Night
Cleansing your face and being consistent nightly ritual. But it’s not just about using soap and water, you must use a high quality cleanser so you can get into those clogged pores and remove all the makeup.
If practiced correctly, exfoliation is the key to flawless skin and clean pores. But are you using the right products to exfoliate? Many people use harsh cleansers, sponges, and chemicals which damage the skin. The best method is to use gentle sweeping motions with a high quality exfoliation cloth and a moisturizing cleanser.
Do not exfoliate every day. Exfoliation should only be done once a week. Too much exfoliation will reverse the positive effects of a good beauty regimen. Your treatments and moisturizers will be scrubbed away and you don’t want that.
If you are suffering from severe acne please consult your dermatologists before taking on an exfoliation regimen. You don’t want to do anything that can make your acne worse. In fact, you may want to consider first going on a strict acne reducing regimen to clear up the problem.
Don’t use cheap products that are not going to accomplish your goal-which is glowing healthy skin. Your skin deserves the best that you can get.
- Moderate exercise
- A good night sleep
- Washing your pillowcases regularly
- Fruit Facial
- Face Massage
- Eat nutrient rich foods like bone broth
- Take a supplement
- Eat more avocados
- Start juicing
Fruits and vegetables can give you glowing skin that looks better than a light sun tan. The secret lies within these little substances found within fruits and vegetables called carotenoids.
Carotenoids are pigments responsible for the bright red, orange, and yellow coloring found in peppers, carrots, and tomatoes among other foods. When you juice
- Don’t go cheap on your toner
- Use cold water in the morning
- Don’t over wash your skin
Use cinnamon when you can. According to many experts, cinnamon has been shown to boost circulation in the skin and regulate blood sugar levels.
- Take collagen supplements
- Store your eye cream in the refrigerator