The 10 Best Ways To Take Care Of Your Skin – Beauty & Skin care

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Beauty & Skin care

Our lives are built on habits. From our morning coffee or tea to the side of the bed we sleep on, our routines shape our days and our bodies. While the term “habit” often has a negative connotation, we can also create habits that are beneficial to our health and the health of our skin. From exercise and diet to product choices, here are ten habits that can help you maintain healthy, beautiful skin.

You may suspect you have dry, oily, or sensitive skin, but do you really know your skin type? Knowing your true type can help the next time you’re in the cosmetics aisle. In fact, using the wrong products — or even popularized Internet hacks — for your skin type could worsen acne, dryness, or other skin problems.

Read on to learn:

  • how to build your own care routine
  • how to treat specific concerns like acne or scars
  • which DIY hacks aren’t healthy, even if they seem to work

Skin care is the range of practices that support integrity, enhance its appearance and relieve conditions. They can include nutrition, avoidance of excessive sun exposure and appropriate use of emollients.

Practices that enhance appearance include the use of cosmetics, botulinum, exfoliation, fillers, laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion, peels, retinol therapy and ultrasonic skin treatment. care is a routine daily procedure in many settings, such as skin that is either too dry or too moist, and prevention of dermatitis and prevention of skin injuries.

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Skin care is a part of the treatment of wound healing, radiation therapy and some medications.

Skin care is at the interface of cosmetics, and dermatology.

The US Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act defines cosmetics as products intended to cleanse or beautify (for instance, shampoos and lipstick).

A separate category exists for medications, which are intend to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent disease, or to affect the structure or function of the body (for instance, sunscreens and acne creams), although some products, such as moisturizing sunscreens and anti-dandruff shampoos, are regulate within both categories.

Skin care differs from dermatology by its inclusion of non-physician professionals, such as estheticians and wound care nursing staff. care includes modifications of individual behavior and of environmental and working conditions.

 

6 Step Anti-Aging Beauty Routine for Youthful Skin

 

 

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1. Wash Your Face

Washing your face removes dirt, oils and bacteria that accumulate and make your pores appear larger. You should wash your face when you wake up to remove dirt and oils, and again before bed to remove makeup and grime from the day. it should also wash your face after you sweat or work out. You should use a gentle, natural face wash such as our Tamanu Luxury Facial Cleanser. It is made with 95% organic ingredients and naturally foams without harmful sulfates.

2. Get More Sleep

“Beauty Sleep” is a real thing. Our bodies need 7 to 9 hours of restful sleep every night to restore, rejuvenate and repair. It’s like visiting the fountain of youth every night, as our produces new collagen when we sleep. To maintain strong sleep hygiene, experts recommend a consistent sleep schedule and a cool (65℉), dark environment. Build thirty minutes into your schedule to wind down before bed; this is a great time to wash your face and use our Beauty Sleep set, full of powerful antioxidants that help repair your skin overnight.

3. Breathe Clean Air

Heavy air pollution, cigarette smoke and artificial fragrances can harm our health, forming harmful free radicals and causing skin irritations. If you can’t avoid these, help repair your with nontoxic products. Use natural, organic face wash and products with antioxidants to help undo the damage polluted air does to your skin.

4. Use Antioxidants

Free radicals cause damage to our skin and bodies. They are generated by fried foods, alcohol and pesticides. However, antioxidants can neutralize free radicals, like natural superheroes. It’s important to eat foods with antioxidants such as dark chocolate, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and pecans. It is just as important to use care products that include antioxidants, such as Vitamin C, Green Tea, Olive Leaf, Licorice Root, and Pomegranate. Our Antioxidant Skin Boost is a great source of antioxidant Vitamin C and can be added to serums or moisturizers.

5. Exfoliate Your Face

Look for gentle exfoliating ingredients like alpha hydroxy acids (AHA), which are found in natural fruit acids. Alpha hydroxy acids dissolve the skin’s natural “glue” that holds on to dead skin cells, gently removing them without scrubbing. Alpha hydroxy acids also act as a humectant, drawing moisture to the skin. Our Fruit Acid Toner is great for gentle exfoliation.

6. Exercise Regularly

Exercise helps increase blood flow, drawing oxygen into and free radicals away from the skin. it also helps decrease stress and improve sleep quality. Make sure to wash your face after sweaty workouts.

7. Use A Moisturizer

Using a moisturizer every day is important for every skin type, whether it is dry, oily, mature, or acne prone. Proper moisturizing helps prevent dry, flaky skin and keeps skin cells performing at their best, preventing fine lines and wrinkles from forming. Our Citrine Complete Botanical Treatment is a combination moisturizer and serum that hydrates and nourishes skin. Intensive Eye Repair, with black cumin seed oil, can be used on any wrinkles and lines on your face that need a little extra care.

8. Drink Water

Drinking water feeds the skin from the inside. Dehydrated skin can look dull, be itchy and dry and make lines more noticeable. It can also enhance dark areas around your eyes and nose. Alcohol and coffee dehydrate skin. Drinking plenty of water keeps skin hydrated and can give your a healthy glow. Eating fruits and vegetables, exercise and restful sleep can all help keep skin hydrated, too.

9. Wear Sunscreen

The sun causes the majority of aging for skin. Too much sun can cause serious skin damage, contributing to dehydration and forming harmful free radicals. Sunscreens provide essential protection from the sun’s harmful rays and should worn when you are in the sun for long periods of time. You should also wear protective clothing and limit sun exposure.

10. Read Ingredient Lists

Quality ingredients make quality products. While There are few care regulations in the United States (and very few ingredients are banned), the European Union (EU) has stricter regulations and bans over 1,300 ingredients.

That is why Sally B’s products are made with ingredients that align with EU regulations. We use organic and Fair Trade ingredients whenever they are available and don’t use harmful, artificial ingredients.

It is important to read and understand ingredients, but it can be overwhelming. Here are a few of the things you should always avoid: mineral oil, parabens, propylene glycol, and artificial fragrance. The Environmental Working Group is also a good resource. We have 17 products that are EWG Verified™. Click here to learn more about how to read an ingredient label.

Healthy, glowing skin is achievable and we’re here to help you. If you’re new to natural products or not familiar with Sally B’s Skin Yummies, a good place to start is with these two customer favorites, Tamanu Luxury Facial Cleanser and Citrine Complete Botanical Treatment. Or check out our sets to get a complete package of everything you need to get started forming healthy skincare habits!

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