Say Adios To Adult Acne

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Having acne when you’re a teenager is difficult enough. You’re gangly, awkward and growing into your own body- and with a huge amount of pressure to look good, dealing with spots is never going to be much fun. But at least you know that what you’re going through is common, normal and all of your peers are dealing with the same issue. However dealing with acne as an adult is a whole other ball game. When everyone else’s skin has settled down and yours is still erupting with acne, it can have you feeling like ‘why me?’. It can be a huge knock to your confidence and self-esteem, and start you wondering what exactly is wrong with your body. If you’re currently living with the frustrations of adult acne, here are some of the ways you can go about solving the issue once and for all.

 

Start a Good Skincare Routine

Often when it comes to adult acne, the issue isn’t on the surface of the skin but inside the body. However, the right skincare routine can help to keep breakouts under control and prevent more from occurring. Grease, grime and makeup blocking the pores can cause spots in anyone, so this is something to avoid when you’re already prone to them. A gentle cleanser will remove excess oil and debris from the skin without stripping or irritating it. A light moisturiser will prevent it from getting dry and sore. You could also use products like Differin Gel for acne which are specially designed to help to prevent breakouts and heal active spots more quickly. If you wear makeup, choose oil free brands which won’t clog the skin, mineral makeup is suitable for acne and sensitive skin types since it’s all natural. A bit of coverage and a product to even out your skin tone can do wonders for your confidence when you have acne. Just be sure to carefully remove it all when you get home. Be gentle with your skin, don’t scrub at it either with cleansing products or with a towel to try it. Treat it gently and carefully.

 

Clean Up Your Diet

If you’re already prone to acne, certain foods in your diet could be triggering it or making it even worse. Some of these you might not expect. Cow’s milk for example is something that can be healthy for most people, providing calcium, protein, potassium and other vitamins. However a link has been shown between this and acne breakouts, this could be due to the fact it makes blood sugar spike which increases inflammation in the body- worsening pimples. The same applies to any food which the body breaks down quickly- white carbs such as bread, pasta and rice are all bad news. Switching over to wholemeal prevents blood sugar spikes, and also provides your body with more fibre and vitamins. It’s an easy switch to make and will benefit your entire body as well as your skin. Junk food which is high in sugar and fat will also increase inflammation in the body (and are bad for your weight, cholesterol, blood pressure and everything else along with your skin!). If you’re serious about putting an end to your skin issues, sorting out your diet is something proactive that you have full control over. Plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and low-fat protein will nourish your body providing it with everything it needs. Season foods with healthy herbs and spices instead of salt, sugar and fat. Probiotics have been found to be helpful in those with acne as they can reduce inflammation in the body, you can find this in everything from saurkraut and pickles to yoghurt. While milk should be avoided, yoghurt is processed differently by the body so is fine to have in limited quantities. Choose unsweetened versions, so you’re avoiding the sugar and additives. Omega 3 which is found in oily fish and zinc which is found in beans, nuts and seafood is also useful for acne sufferers. Red meat is a good source of zinc, but this should be eaten in moderation so be sure to choose other sources in your diet too.

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Visit Your GP

When you have adult acne, it’s important to speak to your GP. While the right skincare routine and diet can both massively help with breakouts, the root cause is likely to be hormones. The doctor can prescribe drugs which balance out hormones and help with things like oil production in the skin. In women, taking the contraceptive pill is often useful in regulating hormones and reducing acne. If your skin issues are severe, you may be referred to a dermatologist for further treatment.

 

Start Fighting Against The Signs Of Ageing

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Getting older is a factor of life, but ageing isn’t. What’s the difference? When the number of candles on your cake has increased from 30 to 35, you have grown older. When the lines on your face grow clearer, you have aged, and this is what you can fight against. You can start hitting the signs of ageing head on and make sure you still feel young well into the backend of middle age and on through your twilight years.

 

To do this, we need to know the signs of age and stop them from becoming a constant nuisance in your life.

 

Aches And Pains

 

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As you get older, you might notice more aches and pains across your body. Problem areas usually include the joints as well as the back. You might find that just walking up stairs starts to feel like a climb up Everest? Does that sound familiar? If so, it’s time to start thinking about getting proactive with exercise. By exercising more, you can boost your overall level of fitness and make sure that those aches and pains aren’t as much of a problem. The issue here is that by the time you reach the point where those aches start to develop you probably won’t have the energy to complete a strenuous exercise. The good news is that you don’t need to.

 

Instead, you should make sure that you are completing yoga stretches and routines on a daily basis. It can be difficult to get started with yoga. But once you get into the swing of things you’ll find it benefits your body as well as your mind. By stretching and exercising your body regularly, you should find those aches and pains are nowhere near as problematic as they once were.

 

Middle Age Spread

 

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Ah, the infamous middle age spread. You can be thin throughout your youth but when you reach middle age, suddenly those dresses don’t fit anymore, and your belly begins to bloat. This is all about maintaining a healthy diet. When you are younger, your body will typically bounce back from most unhealthy meals that you can think of. But as you age your body isn’t quick to react to change as it once was. As such, the weight gain can become more permanent, and it’s harder to drop the pounds. So, it’s time to cut out the junk food, avoid those ready meals and regulate levels of salt and sugar. If you do this and keep up those yoga exercises we mentioned earlier, you should be able to fight back against this common yet cruel sign of age.

 

Don’t forget, that food can have another benefit for the body, and that’s avoiding those wrinkles. Wrinkles develop because your skin has lost its elasticity. It doesn’t bounce back quite as much. Well, the answer here is to eat lots of blueberries. They contain antioxidants that will maintain your skin’s natural elasticity. You find more about the benefits of blueberries on http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/287710.php.

 

Diminish Those Wrinkles

 

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Of course, if wrinkles have already developed, it might be a little too late for those blueberries. The other option is to use an exfoliator. According to http://www.exfoliate.com/exfoliator-product-reviews by removing dead skin cells, the best exfoliators actually diminish the size and texture of wrinkles making them less apparent. As such, while you can’t eliminate them completely, you can ensure they are far less noticeable. You’ll probably still see them but people around you definitely won’t.

 

If you want to avoid other issues with the skin when you age, the answer might be to drink plenty of water. With lots of water in your diet, you can keep your skin free from issues like the colour of your skin fading and age spots.

 

Going Grey

 

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Finally, you might think that going grey is a natural part of ageing just like losing your hair. It’s true, this is common for both men and women past the age of fifty. In fact, for men, it can begin as early as twenties. But research has shown that there are factors that play a part in how early you start to go grey or when your hair begins to thin. The main culprit, it seems, is stress. If you are more stressed, it’s far more likely that your hair will go grey and start to fall out at a faster rate. That’s why it’s important to keep levels of stress under control in your life. Yoga can certainly help here, but you might also want to think about trying breathing exercises. Natural breathing exercises can regulate the level of oxygen your brain, allowing you to tackle problems in life without panicking. If you check out https://greatist.com/happiness/breathing-exercises-relax, you’ll find great advice on how breathing exercises can help you relax.

 

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Bits And Bods: Fixing Your Body

Everyone wants to look and feel great, regardless of what’s going on in their life. But, alas, the human body is incredibly difficult when it comes to staying in good condition. When times get tough, it’s easy to let your body fall into disrepair, making it harder to love the skin you’re in. Thankfully, though, most of this is completely reversible. In just a matter of weeks, you could be back to your old self. It will take some work, but this post is here to help. It will be going through four of the easiest parts of your body to repair. So, when times get tough, you don’t have to worry.

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The hair on your head will usually look good, regardless of how well it’s been styled, as long as you have it cut regularly. When hair is left to grow and is unmanaged, split ends will start to form. Along with this, when you don’t use the right products on your hair, it could become limp and flat. Thankfully, though, companies like Lush are here to help. With products made completely from natural materials, they will give your hair it’s life back. You have loads of options like this available. So, try to find something which takes as little work as possible.

 

Next, it’s time to think about your teeth. Like your hair, teeth will quickly become worse for wear if they are left to their own devices. It’s important to brush your teeth at least twice a day, to keep them looking good. Along with their appearance, brushing regularly is also very good for your dental health. There are many types of fixed restorative dental work out there to help you with your teeth. These sorts of treatments will give you the chance to solve bigger issues with your teeth. Along with all of this, you should also aim to see a dentist every half year or so.

 

Your skin is seen by most of the people you meet and interact with. Covering all of your body, it’s impossible to hide this part of you. And, so, it makes sense to work hard on it. The food and drink you consume will have a big impact on your skin. Drinking more water will help you to avoid spots while eating correctly will help your overall complexion. A gentle face scrub is a great addition to anyone’s morning routine. You could also consider having the occasional face mask, too.

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Your nails are made from very similar stuff to your hair. Of course, though, your nails have to deal with a lot more stress than your hair does. When nails crack or break, they will often look bad. So, making sure your nails are strong is a good way to avoid it. Products containing keratin are best for this job. Keratin is the building block of these parts of your body. Using the right options could make both your hair and nails a lot healthier.

 

Hopefully, this post will inspire you to start making some little changes to your body. When things start to fall out of shape, it’s easy to feel like there will be no return. With just a little bit of work, though, it’s easy to restore yourself to the best version of you.

Body Confidence: How You Can Feel Good In Your Own Skin

Let’s face it, many of us have body hang-ups and things we don’t like about ourselves. It might be our stomach and the desire to lose weight. It could be the shape of your nose, the shape of your body, or even your skin tone and pigmentation. Down to the way you smile and how you wear your hair. It can be hard to be in contact with anyone who is completely at ease with themselves, but this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. What we do see is more people being comfortable in their own skin and having the confidence to own what they have and work it. I thought I would share with you some of the ways you can start to feel good in your own skin.

 

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Be positive about what you see in the mirror

 

It’s important that when you look in the mirror, you reaffirm positive notions and not focus on the negative aspects. It is easy to stare at your figure and think about the wobbly bits, and not focus on the fact that maybe there is a reason, like having a family or being comfortable with a partner. Try and reaffirm only the positive qualities, and keep telling yourself that over and over. You will start to feel better sooner than you think.

 

Improve your diet and drink more water

 

It’s hard to feel comfortable with the outside if you feel awful on the inside. A diet of junk food and drinking too much can often have a bad effect on our mindset when it comes to body image. Instead, indulge on a diet of fresh vegetables and drink plenty of water to improve your energy levels and skin tone. Sometimes taking care of the inside is all it takes.

 

Focus on your positive aspects

 

When dressing or while out, try and remember to focus on the aspects of your body that you do like. In fact, show off that curvy figure, or wear your hair with pride if you love that feature about yourself. Dressing positively can help to make sure we feel good about ourselves.

 

Take action if enough is enough

 

Sometimes we can’t see past those hang-ups, and there is nothing wrong with that. If you dislike how you look and want to change then consider reaching out to a plastic surgeon and discussing your options. This is a decision not to be taken lightly, and it is advisable to ensure that you are doing this for the right reasons. But it is your body to do what you see fit with.

 

Change your mindset

 

Often the crux of all problems is our mindset and how we think about things, and body confidence is no different. If we have a negative mindset, then we are likely to be feeling less confident in our ability and how we look. Shift your mindset and focus on positive thoughts. It might take some work at first, but this could transform your life in other areas as well.

 

I hope this has inspired you to feel better in your own skin.

Taking It Back To Basics: Easy Ways to Maintain a Stunning Smile


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Beautiful teeth will never go out of style, and looking after your smile not only makes you look more attractive but is important for your health too. These days cosmetic dentists can work wonders, and have a solution to just about any problem with the teeth. There are all kinds of weird and wonderful tips for making your teeth look whiter at home from using charcoal to strawberries, however looking after your smile doesn’t need to be complicated. Take it back to basics, bear these tips in mind and you will maintain a happy, healthy mouth year after year.

 

Good Oral Hygiene Routine

It goes without saying that an effective oral hygiene routine will keep your mouth at its best. Brushing twice a day, rinsing with an antibacterial mouthwash and flossing regularly will all help to keep bacteria down. This will prevent cavities from forming, remove surface stains and keep your mouth fresh and healthy. It doesn’t have to be anything too fancy, electric toothbrushes are great, but it’s possible to do a good job with a manual if you take care to brush properly. Brush gently but effectively, you want to remove debris and bacteria but without scratching or scrubbing at the enamel.

 

Regular Visits To The Dentist

Everyone should be visiting the dentist regularly. Even if you don’t have any pain and everything feels fine, dentists will be able to keep it that way by spotting potential problems early. If you’re worried about chemicals such as mercury being used in fillings (since this has been shown to be harmful to the body), you could consider a holistic dentist. They consider the wellbeing of the entire body when it comes to dentistry and can be a safer and healthier alternative. Regular scale and polishes help to remove tartar and keep the mouth feeling fresh, and your dentist can recommend any special care you need to take.

 

Eat The Right Foods

A healthy diet plays an important role for every cell in our bodies, teeth included. We all know how calcium is crucial for maintaining healthy teeth and bones, most people can get this in dairy products, but if you eat a vegan diet, you need to be wary. There are plenty of vegetables that are a good source of calcium, but you will need to track this (apps like MyFitnessPal can be useful for this) to ensure all of your daily needs are met. As well as protecting from the inside, what you put on your teeth is also important. Drinking lots of sugary or acidic drinks during the day can affect the enamel and lead to cavities. Snacking on sweets and sugary treats will have the same effect. It’s recommended that you keep sugar to a minimum and when you do consume it, do so around mealtimes rather than grazing throughout the day.

 

Protect Your Mouth During Sports

If you’re involved in sports, be careful of your teeth. Rugby, martial arts skiing, hockey, basketball, and gymnastics are just a few of sports where you run the risk of breaking or losing a tooth. Wear a mouthguard if the sport requires it, and be sure to follow the correct health and safety procedures to avoid risk and injury.

 

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7 Beauty Hacks To Brighten Your Smile

When you meet someone for the first time, what is the first thing that you notice about them? Their hair, their style, their eyes, their smile? For many people, the smile, mouth, and teeth, is something that many people do notice when they meet someone for the first time. However, a healthy smile can’t be instantly achieved if it isn’t already. There are several steps that you can take, though, to make sure that you do have a winning smile when someone meets you for the first time.

 

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Try Using a Berry Shade of Lipstick

 

If you have ever found yourself wearing a lot of yellow and find that it makes your skin look a little sallow, then it is because it reflects the yellow tones onto your skin. The same principle works with lipsticks or lip stains that have yellow tones. They can make your teeth look more yellow than they actually are. If you like to wear red lipstick, then this can be a good choice to help eliminate the yellowing look. If you’re not someone that likes to wear red lipstick, then choosing a shade, like a blue based pink, will make your teeth seem whiter and brighter. An easy win right there.

 

Use Highlighter

 

Highlighter often gets used for our cheekbones and perhaps the bridge of our nose. But you can use it to your advantage when trying to make your smile look better. When applying a lip liner and gloss on your lips, try using a light shade of concealer around your lips. First of all, it will make your lips look much more full. Second of all, it will help to make your teeth look whiter in contrast to the lips.

 

Eat Better

 

As the old saying goes, you are what you eat. So if you want a bright and happy smile, then you need to rethink what you are eating. More fruit and vegetables is a great way to do that, as well as drinking plenty of water. Did you know what strawberries are one of the best foods to eat that will help you to brighten your smile? As strawberries are full of vitamin C, they act as a natural teeth whitener as it will help to clear away plaque. Apples and celery are also good ways to naturally brighten your teeth, as they work as a natural astringent. Meaning that they help to remove stains. So if you need a quick boost for your teeth, chew on some celery!

 

Consider a Treatment

 

If you’re looking for something a little faster acting, then a treatment like teeth whitening or cosmetic dentistry might just be the thing that you are looking for. If your teeth are quite stained from something like smoking, then having them whitened could give you a good base to work from. From there you can improve the look of your smile in more natural ways, but it might just help you to get started.

 

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Use Bronzer

 

A quick little trick that a lot of beauty experts use is adding some extra bronzer to help to contour your face. By using a matte foundation or a bronzer, that is a little darker than your normal skin shade; it can change the shape of your face and enhance your smile. The best places to use this is the bridge of your nose, as well as just under your cheekbones. Using bronzer also has the effect of making your teeth look whiter than they are, as there will be more contrast next to your skin.

 

Use Petroleum Jelly

 

Using petroleum jelly, or Vaseline, and using it on your teeth can give them an instant shine. It might sound a little odd, but apply a little on your teeth. It gives them an extra layer to avoid stains from things like lipstick or coffee, for example. Of course, it does give your teeth quite a shiny look, so it can be great on photos for giving your smile a boost. Just don’t go overboard with it or you’ll have an odd taste in your mouth!

 

Limit Drinks That Will Stain

 

As has been mentioned, drinks like coffee, tea, and red wine can really stain your teeth. So one of the best ways to reduce how stained your teeth will get is to limit how many of these things that you drink. Drinking through a straw is also a good way to reduce these kinds of stains, as well as avoid the corrosion of your teeth as there won’t be as much sugar near your teeth.

 

Radiant! How to Get Glowing Skin!

Let’s be honest, we all want super soft glowing skin. We want to look like our best selves, and only have to wear the tiniest hint of BB cream, rather than a full face of foundation. But just how can we do that, especially as the years go by? Well, there are some tricks you may not know about that could help. Keep reading to find out what they are.

Good cleanser

 

 

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Number one on the list of tips for a radiant complexion is using a good cleanser. Yes, I know that you know all about how you have to take your makeup off, and how it’s not go to bed in it at night, because of it smothers the skin and stops it refreshing itself. But to do this, you need a kickass cleanser.

Some of the cleaning products out there are too wishy-washy, they just don’t have the guts to remove full coverage foundation or waterproof eye makeup. The problem with this is that you end up pulling your face about and scrubbing at it to remove your makeup. Something that is definitely not good for the condition of your face, or the radiance of your skin.

A good cleaner will be strong enough to remove all of your makeup, but will also leave you skin feeling clean moisturized. Remember having hydrated skin is one of the keys to radiance and your cleanser is a big part of this.

Microdermabrasion

 

Something else that you can use to get a more glowing complexion is microdermabrasion. This a treatment where the top layer of skin is removed to reveal the younger, fresher skin underneath.

Until very recently you have only been able to go for this treatment in clinics and spas, but now you can get at home microdermabrasion kits. These can work out as a lot more cost effective, than paying a spa to do it for you. As well as having the benefit of being able to do it in the comfort of your own home. Great for if you get a little red afterward, and don’t want anybody to see you until it goes down.

Antioxidants

 

 

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There are changes that you can make to your diet as well to help your skin glow with radiance. In particular, the consumption of food rich in antioxidants can be very helpful.

 

This is because these attach themselves to the free radicals in your system. Free radicals are associated with cell replication problems like aging. So by eating well, you can help minimize the aging of your skin.

Primer

Of course, there is nothing wrong with a little helping hand either, and that is where some of the makeup products on the market come in.

First, we have shimmering primer, designed to be applied before your foundation. This will smooth out your skin, as well adding a hit of radiance to your face.

 

 

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Then there are the ever popular highlighters and strobers that are around at the moment. These are design to provide reflection and give a dewy, youthful glow. Apply them to areas that would be naturally hit by the light for maximum effect and radiance.

 

 

Do You Know What’s Truly Affecting Your Skin?

Skincare is a tricky thing to get just right. Most of us struggle with it for most of our lives. It is rare that anyone really comes into a skincare regime that lasts forever, and yet this is something that most of us would admit to wanting. Part of looking after your skin is knowing about the many different things that can affect it, in both a good way or a bad way. As it happens, there are more of these than you might think, and that’s why it is so important to learn as much about them as you can. In general, the more you know about the things which affect your skin, the better you will be able to look after it.

 

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Diet

This is one of the more obvious factors, so we will deal with it straight away. Your diet can have a major effect on the quality of your skin, and knowing this will ensure that you can choose what you eat much more sensibly. Of course, to be able to do that, you will need to know what you should be eating and what you shouldn’t be eating. Many of these rules are not applicable to everyone, and it will depend on each person individually what works and what doesn’t. But there are some foods that you should absolutely avoid at all costs if you want your skin to really be at its best as much as possible.

Chief amongst the foods to avoid are anything high in saturated fat or salt. This basically means that you should try not to eat any fast food, or at least keep it to a minimum. This kind of food has a way of making your skin greasy, and can cause a higher likelihood of issues such as spots, acne, blemishes and even an increase in the number of freckles and moles you might have. You should also pay attention to how many whole foods you are eating – the more of these, the better in general, but you should be aware that eating only fruit and vegetables is likely to be overkill for most people. You need a little white meat or fish in your diet, in order to provide some omega-3 to the skin. This is the kind of fat that the skin gets its healthy glow from, rather than the unhealthy gleam of fatty foods.

 

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The amount you eat is another important factor in how healthy your skin looks and feels. If you overeat on a regular basis, you will soon find that your skin begins to appear dull, while under eating can deprive the skin of the necessary nutrients and minerals, and will ultimately have the same effect. It is a fine balance to be drawn – but as ever, in the balance is where you find what you are looking for.

Harmful Substances

As well as what you eat, you also need to think about anything else that you might be putting in your body which could affect your skin. As it happens, this can be pretty much anything – but there are certain substances which you should definitely avoid as much as possible if you are serious about trying to have healthier, better-looking skin. Among the most harmful substances for your skin are alcohol and tobacco. If you drink excessively, or smoke at all, you are causing your skin a lot of damage, some of it perhaps permanent. If alcohol is a particular problem for you, then it might be worth trying to find a way to cut down on it. Even just cutting out a few drinks a week can make a big difference, and will often lead immediately to skin that is healthier and has a better glow about it.

 

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If your vice is smoking tobacco, then it is definitely a wise move to stop smoking altogether. Smoking dries up the skin and makes blemishes, spots and wrinkles much more likely to appear. It also has long-term damaging effects which can result in you looking considerably older than you really are. Fortunately, cutting out cigarettes can dramatically reverse these negative effects, leading to healthier skin again. Doing so can be tricky, but with the proper use of some alternative nicotine replacement therapy, you should find it a little easier to do. It should save you money, too – just find some vape juice cheap and switch over to that, and your skin will improve in no time.

Water

Water is truly the life-giving substance, and when it comes to your skin it giveth and it taketh away. The tricky thing about water is knowing how much to drink, but the good news there is that you would probably be hard pushed to drink too much. Generally, people don’t drink anywhere near enough, so a good rule of thumb would be to add a glass or two a day to what you are currently drinking. Around eight glasses is a good goal, but beyond that would be even better. Too much water consumption can affect you negatively though, and that is true for your skin as well as your internal organs. However, with the right amount of water in your system, your skin will be able to heal itself much faster from any cuts or abrasions, and it will also need much less moisturizer in order to remain smooth and soft. Water should be considered an absolutely essential part of any skincare regime.

 

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Sun

We all know the potential dangers of the sun, and it is obviously sensible to keep out of high sun as much as possible. Wearing sun block, covering up and staying out of the midday sun are all good ideas if you care about your skin. But you do need some amount of sunlight, and gain here we run into the issue of trying to find the perfect balance. The sun’s rays give your skin vitamin C and D, and these are both vital for healthier skin. Just make sure that you don’t allow your skin to become burned.

Skincare: When Drugstore Products Don’t Cut It

Having problem skin can be stressful at the best of times. It can be painful, depending on your condition, expensive (from all the products you buy) and it can knock your confidence too. One of the most frustrating things is having everyone you know mention various drugstore products to you that worked for them – even though your skin is completely different to theirs. Maybe you are dealing with excessive dryness, adult acne or premature ageing, all of which require a very specific and precise course of treatment. You may well have spent hundreds of dollars on drugstore beauty products over the years, both to solve your skin issue at the root and to cover it up with makeup. But after so many years, you may be ready to put all that behind you and look for a solution once and for all who actually works. Here are a few tips on where to go with your skincare journey when drugstore products just don’t cut it.

 

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Special treatments

You may cringe at the idea of chemical peels and dermatological facials – but hear us out! The vast majority of these treatments are non-invasive and relatively painless (unless you go for something zany like the infamous vampire facial!). If you feel like your skin is in need of a total refresh, these types of treatments could be just the ticket you need. Speak to your local dermatologist about your problems, and the kind of results you want from treatment. It may not come cheap, but usually, the results last for quite some time – and it’s always nice to pamper yourself every once in a while!

Prescription medication

The majority of drugstore skincare products are marketed at a pretty general audience so that they will sell the most. Prescription skin products, however, target your problem right at the root, as they are designed to eradicate a particular issue. Some orders come in capsule form like traditional medication, while others, such as the ones created by Dr Bailey, come in cream form. Make sure you learn how to apply such products correctly, so you avoid irritation. These creams can often be much stronger than the kinds of lotions you would find in drugstores, so while your skin adjusts, remember that less is more.

 

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Lifestyle changes

No one likes to admit that their lifestyle could have an impact on their skin – but it definitely can. If you suffer from something like acne or a skin allergy you don’t know the cause of, try cutting various things out of your diet one at a time and monitoring your skin’s reaction. Additionally, be honest with yourself and ask: is your lifestyle as healthy as it could be? We all have cheat days, of course – but a lifestyle consisting of a fatty diet and little to no exercise can have a direct impact on your skin. Try cutting down on processed foods and soda, replacing them with fresh vegetables and lemon water instead. The natural minerals in these things will help to flush toxins out of your skin and give you a healthier, happier glow.

Wrinkle Wrangles: What Are The Best Ways Of Keeping Your Youthful Complexion?


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There are many arguments and misconceptions about the best ways to maintain your our youthful complexions. Some people think they have to spend a fortune on the best creams and beauty products. However, experts claim that none of those items are going to produce the best results. If you want to avoid the wrinkles and ensure you look stunning for years to come, you just have to follow the tips on this page. In nearly all instances, there is no requirement for you to spend anything. You just need to improve your routine and avoid some of the bad things in life. With all that in mind, let’s get down to business!

 

Consume only the healthiest foods

 

Most of us eat junk food on a regular basis these days, and that’s something that needs to change. By consuming only the healthiest products, you will limit any damage caused to your skin. That means it should deteriorate at a much slower rate than it otherwise would have done. Also, most fruits are cheap to purchase, and they contain essential oils and nutrients you need to remain healthy. For people who want to live a thrifty life, fruit is ideal. So, make sure you create a shopping list that leaves no stone unturned. Leave those fatty products on the shelves and opt for something different. Increasing your intake of vegetables and fruit is guaranteed to create the results you desire.

 

Ensure you stay as active as possible

 

Exercise is also known to help women avoid wrinkles and maintain their youthful complexions. So, maybe it’s time you joined a local gym or something similar? Just recruit a friend who wants to achieve the same goals as you. You can then attend the gym and workout together. It’s often easier to find the motivation if you have a friendly face offering encouragement. Of course, you don’t have to spend a fortune on gym memberships if money is tight. Nothing is stopping you from jogging around your local streets or working out at home if you want to become fit. There are plenty of fitness DVDs you could purchase. Also, using them means you don’t have to exercise while other people are watching. That is important to some ladies.

 

Protect your skin during the summer months

 

The last thing you want to do is spend time in the sunshine without protection. The sun is one of the top causes of aging of the skin for most people. So, you need to ensure you always have the right products to hand. Suntan lotion and sunblock are designed to ensure the harmful UV rays don’t damage the surface of your skin. That is why they are some of the best tools available to combat aging. If you ignore all the other advice on this page, make sure you pay attention to this last section. Those items can also assist in preventing skin cancers in some instances. So, it’s vital you don’t forget that.

 

You should now have enough info to make a start one maintaining your complexion. Of course, some beauty products will improve the appearance of your skin. However, most of them just mask imperfections rather than removing them. That is why it’s critical that you make some changes to your routine and become a healthier person. Thanks for reading. I hope you found my tips useful.