Top 10 Skincare Tips


Ruler's of Penmai
Jul 5, 2011
1. Protect yourself from the sun -- use sunscreen and avoid direct sunlight between the hours of 10 and 2.

2. Don't -- I repeat -- don't smoke. Your skin is a large organ and it needs a lot of circulation. Smoking impairs that dramatically. That's why smokers' skin looks dull and gray. Instead of having oxy-generated blood delivered to the surface of the skin, they're getting poisons and oxidants.

3. Get adequate rest and nutrition.

4. Protect yourself from stress -- both emotional and environmental stress.

5. Wash your face twice a day and put on the proper treatment product. I'm amazed when women tell me they don't wash their face in the morning. A lot of icky stuff collects overnight -- dead skin cells, dirt, and dust!

6. Don't neglect certain areas of the skin. Elbows, heels, neck, and decolletage need moisturizing, and your scalp and the tops of your feet need sun protection.

7. Touch your face less and wash your hands more! Don't get too surgical on yourself. It's very tempting to pick, poke, squeeze, and scratch in front of the mirror. But the more you traumatize the skin, the greater your risk of scarring. Apply treatment products and let them work.

8. Keep your makeup clean. Replace the sponges in your compact on a regular basis. Now and then, toss the whole works and start fresh -- the average shelf life for cosmetics is 6 to 12 months. Don't buy products so expensive that you'll be heartbroken if you have to throw them away.

9. Exercise moderation. More is not always better. Moisturizer, for example, is the most overused product in America. We've been bamboozled by cosmetic companies into thinking every square inch of our body has to be slathered. And it's simply not true. Exfoliators are another thing to be careful with. Used too often, they overacidify and irritate your skin.

10. Beware of counter girls. If it were up to them, you'd be in the bathroom for two and a half hours each morning -- putting 80 layers on your face. Keep your regimen simple. And when you do add a new product, do it gradually so your skin has time to adjust. Each skincare or makeup product has an average of 20 to 40 ingredients -- you're introducing 20 to 40 potential allergens to your face every time you try something new.
Jun 17, 2012
Try keeping your skin clean and clear during summer time and Wash your face with a facewash only so that it can remove all the impurities from your skin. This is the only Magic routine everyone should folllow And I use Essentials cleanser atleast once a week to get that flawless complexion. It works 3 in 1 Cleanser, toner, facewash...and makes my skin fresh all the time.
Jul 10, 2012
Wash your face twice a day with warm water and a mild soap or good quality face wash. You can wash your face with plain water up to 7-8 times in a day. Avoid scrubbing your face forcefully. Washing face will decrease oil and bacteria.

Avoid to pop pimples also don’t touch them frequently. It will leads to spreading the infection on rest part of the skin. Touching your face can spread the bacteria that cause pores to become inflamed and irritated.

If you wear glasses or sunglasses, make sure you clean them frequently to keep oil from clogging the pores around your eyes and nose. Don’t forget to wash your hands after applying any cream or lotion to skin.

If you are suffering from any infection, avoid wearing tight cloths. This leads to lock the skin pores, which to allow your skin to breathe.
Washout your face before sleeping. If you have applied makeup then don’t ever forget to wash your face clean.

These are some simple but good tips to take care of your skin
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