Serious Skin Care Routines
Serious skin care doesn’t mean that you have to spend endless hours in the bathroom. It means taking the time to look at your skin and what products and techniques can keep it looking and feeling great. Here’s a serious skin care routine that can be completed in minutes: Clean Up: Soap may be great for the rest of your body, but many dermatologists agree that it can be too drying for even the heartiest facial skin. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to find a natural facial cleansing gel or face wash that is specially suited to your skin type. Wash your face twice a day with warm purified water and a facial cleanser to remove any perspiration, pollutants, and debris that may accumulate there. Get Toned: If you have dry, sensitive or combination skin, your skin may be irritated by the drying ingredients like alcohol and acetone found in most skin toners. Skip this step if you have a problem with irritation. However, if you have oil or combination skin, you face will likely benefit from the extra cleansing and pH restoration of a alcohol and acetone free skin toner. For Your Eyes Only: Eye cream can do wonders to improve the condition of the delicate skin around your eyes. It can also help imperfections such as dark circles and bags, and it can minimize the appearance of fine lines. A good all in one natural eye and facial cream is “Parfait Visage”. Use Protection: Serious skin care means not only washing, but also protecting your skin from potential damage. Moisturizers and sun block provide good skin protection. Moisturizers hydrate your skin and help to keep dust, debris, and environmental pollutants out of your pores. Sun block protects your face from the sun’s damaging rays. Ultraviolet radiation can lead to damage such as wrinkles, age spots, freckles, moles, rough spots, and even cancer. To save time, use a moisturizer that contains sunscreen with at least an SPF 15.
Serious Skin Care Solutions
Even with a flawless skin care routine, you are likely to encounter blemishes and other skin care dilemmas.
Acne: Acne is term for a skin condition that includes pimples, blemishes, whiteheads, blackheads, and cysts. The most important rule to remember if you develop acne is that you should never pick or squeeze acne blemishes. This can lead to the spread of acne and the development of acne scars. Instead, there are a number of herbal, homeopathic, and traditional preparations that can be used to treat this condition.
Under eye Circles and Bags: Lack of sleep, allergies, or skin irritations may sometimes cause the skin around the eyes to appear puffy and darkened. If you are prone to these conditions, look for an eye cream that contains shea butter. This natural ingredient extracted from the Central African Mangifolia tree can reduce skin discolorations, restore skin tone, and diminish fine lines.
Wrinkles: Wrinkles are quite literally a sign of the times. There are a number of products and techniques available today to remove or diminish wrinkles. They range from over the counter anti-wrinkle creams to expensive and intrusive plastic surgery. You can choose which method works best for you based on the number of wrinkles you have, and how much you are bothered by them. Protecting your skin from sun damage is the very best thing you can do to prevent wrinkles from developing in the first place. Use a sunscreen with at least an SPF 15 everyday.
Age Spots: Age spots develop over time on areas of the body that have been exposed to the sun. These spots are particularly bothersome when they occur on the face. There are several products on the market such as fade creams and retinols that can diminish the appearance. However, you should always consult your health care provider before attempting to treat age spots. These spots could be a precursor to cancer, and your doctor should examine them carefully to rule out a more serious illness.
Eczema: This condition varies in its symptoms and severity from person to person. It can manifest either as patches of dry irritated skin, or it can produce areas of broken, swollen, and bleeding skin. Eczema can either be genetically inherited or it can occur as a reaction to potent allergy causing irritants such as nickel, and some chemicals. If you are plagued by this skin condition, see your health care provider to determine the best course of action. Medications, creams, and lifestyle changes such as switching detergents and clothing fabrics, may be necessary. It may also be helpful to avoid dietary irritants such as dairy and wheat products, processed foods, citrus fruits, alcohol, coffee and chocolate.
About the Author:
Dr. Group, the founder/CEO and clinical director for the Global Healing Center, heads a research and development team producing advanced, new, natural health protocols and products. To learn more visit http://www.ghchealth.com.
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