Getting a flawless, glowing skin is the dream of each and every individual. To get this goal people spend uncountable money and pack their shelves with numerous products on the endless advices available on the internet and it is not easy to find out a proper product to get rid of your sin problem. A proper regimen is required to for best result.
The basics for flawless skin are well known like drinking plenty of water helps you detoxify the blood. Washing your face regularly and getting enough sleep helps you to get healthy skin.
But what comes between these routine? You have no need to spend tons of cash on expensive cosmetic products if you find a magical procedure to get flawless skin.
Many dermatologist and beauty experts give you a bucket full for skin care tips. In this post some skin tips are mentioned and will help you to glowing flawless skin as soon as possible:
1. Choose cleanser according to your skin type
There are plenty of number of cleansers are available in the market and anybody could be confused to choose the correct cleanser.
To choose right cleanser first you need to know your skin type. Dr Ava Shamban, a dermatologist in Santa Monica states that “For oily or acne-prone skin, a salicylic gel or benzoyl peroxide wash works great”.
For dry mature skin, use either a moisturizing glycolic or milky cleanser. For skin with brown spots or melasma, use a brightening wash, such as an alpha hydroxy acid cleanser.”
2. Do not use plenty of products
To get better result quickly, people use lots of products. Many dermatologists say a big no to do that. Dr. Julia Tzu, NYC-based dermatologist says that layers of multi products at a time are not good for your skin.
It can be harsh on the skin and results more complications associated with skin with more breakouts and can also clog the skin pores.
3. Provide moisture to your skin at day and night
Proper moisturization is the basic need for healthy skin so it is very necessary to provide proper moisture to your skin. Dr. Janet Prystowsky M.D., an NYC-based dermatologist say about the moisturization that “The best times to moisturize are right after you get out of the shower and right before you go to bed”.
So make sure to avoid lotions with heavy fragrances and find a good moisture which is gentle enough with zero irritation for daily use in order to get healthy skin.
4. Avoid touching your face again and again
Dr. Tzu figured out about touching the face repeatedly and says that this can leads further complications to skin.
Every time you touch your face,this is not just promote bacterial spread and cause breakouts, this can also lead increasing number of wrinkles, scarring. This can also spread various viruses harmful for skin.
5. Exfoliation should be done couple of weeks
Exfoliations generally remove all of the dust and dead cells and increase blood flow throughout the skin. According to Dr. Gohara “We lose 50 million skin cells a day, and without a little extra nudge, they may hang around leaving the skin looking sullen”.
To fight this problem you should have choose an exfoliating product having neutral pH as acidic pH causes harm to your skin.
Exfoliaters with neutral pH doesn’t get dry as it starts exfoliation. One more thing, don’t limit exfoliation only to your face, your body skin also need exfoliation time to time.
6. Hydrate skin from inside and outside
Hydrate skin from outside as well as inside is most important thing to be concerned. Every dermatologist and beauty expert always emphasizes the need and importance of hydration. They always suggest you to use hydrating product and have lots of water.
Dr. Mona Gohara, a dermatologist in Connecticut explained that “A lack of water means less radiance and more sag”. Dr, Mona suggests using products having hydrating components in formula. She also suggest to drink about 8 glass of water in whole day.
7. Direct exposure to heat
Anything which emits heat and UV rays always cause harm to your skin. So do not watch sunlight directly. UV rays coming from sun light causes DNA mutation and causes collagen breakdown.
Make sure to avoid getting too close to fireplaces, heaters and blowers. Exposure to direct heat causes inflammation in skin. Dr. Debbie Palmer, a New York dermatologist says that “It causes inflammation and collagen breakdown.
I recommend staying at least ten feet away”. So whenever you making dinner and barbeque food over an open fire make sure to take a step away.
8. Do massage
A proper regular massage increase blood flow results to get healthy glowing skin.
9. Vitamins should absorb by skin
A balanced diet packed with micronutrients, vitamins and fiber is important but other than that there is way to provide vitamins to your skin.
To achieve this goal antioxidants and vitamins are available in topical forms like serums and creams. For example vitamin C serum which promotes collagen production.
According to Dr. Palmer “These can really help to repair the skin from sun damage”. Some of the people are not about how to use these serums.
Use serums right after cleansing your face so that it can be absorbed by skin. You can also apply serums under the layer of your sunscreen to protect your screen additionally.
10. Include greens in your diet
It is very popular all over the world to have coffee and tea right after the moment you wake up in the morning.
Although black tea and coffee are the rich sources of antioxidants and nutrient, it is also necessary to choose healthy chlorophyll beverages time to time for healthy skin and could be a game changer.
“Drink a shot of chlorophyll every morning to brighten, oxygenate, and hydrate your skin. Drinking chlorophyll also helps drain puffiness by stimulating the lymphatic system, so it’s also good for cellulite,” Says Joana Vargas, skincare specialist in NYC.
So if you have keen interest to maintain your skin healthy have some green beverages and green veggies in your diet.
11. Have a Healthy diet
Your skin is made up of fats and proteins and Joana advices that “Your skin has a natural barrier to retain moisture, and essential to that is omega-3 fatty acid”.
To strengthen skin omega-3 fatty acids needs to be included in your diet. Some sprinkled flax seed on your salad, Chia seeds as sprinkles in your salads are good source of omega-3 fatty acids and increases the ability of holding moisture it. Having some dry nuts in your daily routine provides omega-3 to your skin.
12. Clean makeup accessories on regular basis
In order to prevent infection and clogged pores, Dr. Prystowsky recommends that washing concealer and foundation brushes once a week is necessary.
She recommends to wash brushes used for makeup around your eyes and other brushes should be cleaned once in a month.
To clean your brush put a drop of mild shampoo on your palm. Wet bristles of brushes with lukewarm water. After that move the bristles over the shampoo in circular motion to distribute shampoo from all over the bristles.
Make sure to avoid letting wet metal part of the brushes because it may soften the glue and leads falling down the bristles.
After proper motion rinse the shampoo with water and squeeze out the water. let them dry the brushes by hanging off the edges.
13. Use sunscreen 365 days every time
There is a myth that you only need to apply sunscreen when you go into the sun, but in real you need to wear sunscreen every time whether t is in the car or visiting the beach.
Daily exposures of UV rays leads skin damage caused by collagen damage, DNA mutation and increase the signs of aging. So make sure to use sunscreen 24×7, 365 to get healthy glowing skin.
14. Quit smoking and alcohol
Smoking and alcohol consumption causes harm to your body. This also affects skin in many ways. So quit smoking and alcohol to get good results.
15. Have proper sleep
Sleeping time is the time when your skin get repair in ease. So have a proper sleep of about 7-8 hours in a day.
So keep these tips in your mind and get glowing.