Skin Tips
 5 BASIC SKIN TYPES, WHICH SKIN TYPE DO YOU HAVE?

skintyimg1Knowing your skin type is absolutely necessary in order to make a right decision about a proper skin care or treatment, which is suitable for your particular skin needs. The initial quality, or type, of your skin is genetically determined – meaning that you are born with it.

 
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HOW TO GET A BEAUTIFUL, GLOWING SKIN

url1. Wash your face daily. Make cleansing part of your morning and bedtime routines. Use a cleanser that suits your skin type.
2. Tone your face to remove excess dirt on your face. Use a toner that suits your skin type.
3. Use whitening creams at night. Whitening creams will help you achieve whiter and smoother skin.
4. Exfoliate your skin twice a week or use a treatment mask, this will help your skin looks brighter.
5. Protect your skin every time you go outside. It is very important to wear sunscreen two hours before going outside.


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HOW TO HAVE AN ACNE FREE SKIN

Acne1. Don’t pop your pimples – popping pimples can worsen the blemish, picking at your blemishes can spread infection, and ultimately worsen your acne. Clearly a hand off policy is the best choice when it comes to your skin.
2. Drink enough water – Doctors recommend that your drink between 9 to 12 glasses of water per day. The water will clear your skin and make it glow because it makes it easier for your body to flush out toxins quickly.
3. Use Antibacterial cleanser, but don’t try to wash your face more than twice a day. Use gel based products. These kind of products, as opposed to cream based won’t make your skin feel as clammy and oily.
4. Use a toner good for oily skin. Toner helps oily and acneic conditions and removes excess oil on the skin.
5. Remove as much unhealthy stress from your life as possible.
6. Give your body the sleep it needs.


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PROTECT YOURSELF FROM THE SUN

skintyimg8One of the most important ways to take care of your skin is to protect it from the sun. A lifetime of sun exposure can cause wrinkles, age spots and other skin problems as well as increase the risk of skin cancer.

 
  • USE SUNSCREEN - Use a sunscreen w/ an SPF of at least 15. When you’re outdoors, reapply sunscreen every two hours or more often if you're swimming or perspiring.
  • AVOID THE SUN DURING PEEK HOURS - Generally this is between 10am and 4pm regardless of season. These are prime hours for exposure to skin damaging ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun, even on overcast days.
  • WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING - Cover your skin w/ tightly woven long-sleeved shirts. Long pants and wide-brimmed hats.