There is a lot of advice out there about skin care. Do you know which to trust and which isn’t that reliable? It can be hard to tell with so much information in magazines and on the internet. However, to make it slightly easier for you, I’ve come up with this advice, I’d give to my friends. I like to think of it as the best advice you could ever get about skin care. All these points work for me. Hopefully, they’ll work for you too!
Moisturizing creams can do wonders for your appearance. The can turn dry and flaky skin into silky smooth skin! The best way you can apply moisturizer is to rub it into your skin straight after cleansing. Try to moisturize twice a day: first thing in the morning and then last thing at night. Over time, you will start to notice your skin becoming a lot more firmer and supple. Not only will it feel great but you’ll also notice your wrinkles will start to be less noticeable!
Eating well can help your skin care heaps. If you eat lots of fatty and sugary foods, you will notice that you suffer from lots of acne breakouts. Especially around the jawline. Superfoods can boost your skin’s health. Every superfood has very high levels of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. These are all key to healthy skin. Try to eat plenty of foods that are good sources of vitamins A and E. These two are the most important when it comes to healthy skin.
DIY Face Masks
There’s no need to spend a lot of money on face masks from your drug store. Many of them are overpriced. In fact, you can cut costs by making your very own face masks. With just a few everyday ingredients, you could have a very effective face mask in just minutes. One of the best ingredients you can use is avocado. This fruit is full of carotenoids that are super healthy for the skin. They are also great sources of moisturizing fatty acids, which can smooth the skin. Mix up an avocado with some oatmeal for a fabulous exfoliating mask.
See Your Dermatologist
If you are having problems with your skin and nothing you do seems to help, speak to your dermatologist. He or she is a doctor who has specialized in dermatology and studied the skin in depth. They can prescribe you lotions and creams that can treat rashes and inflamed areas. You can also chat with them about any cosmetic treatments that you may be interested in. Dermatologists can carry out many non-invasive treatments, such as skin peels and laser treatments. These can be a lot cheaper than regular plastic surgery and also have a shorter recovery period.
Hopefully, all this advice will be as useful for you as it was for me! Obviously, everyone has a different skin type. So you may find that you need to tweak some parts of this advice, so it is better suited to your particular type of skin.