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Younger Looking Skin

Posted By: admin on July 19, 2011 in Beauty Guide, Beauty Tips, Skin Care Tips, Tips for Skin Care - Comments: 1 Comment »

Younger Looking Skin

Mix the rubbing

There are a number of things that women do to their skin that makes it look older. A prime example is that a lot of women rub their skin when cleansing, perhaps because they want to get that last trace of makeup off, but such roughness can be aging and plain damaging to your complexion, eventually aggravating a creepy look of the skin. You should always bolt-not rub-your facial skin dry.

A particular danger area for too brush treatment is around the eyes and eyelids. With the colder weather especially, we see an increase in case of red, irritated lids, the right way to clean this area? Just take a damp cotton ball, put a gentle, emollient cleanser on it-the cleanser doesn’t even have to be specific for the eyes then very gently swoosh it off and bolt.

Go easy on

Another “skin ager” is astringent overuse. First of all, only women with oily skin should use an astringent, it is not a good way to help normal skin exfoliate. If you do use it, don’t take your cotton pad and go over your face until the cotton pad is clean. That’s overdoing it. It just irritates the skin and removes the protective layer that helps to keep the water in the skin. If you remove that, you end up with dry, irritated skin. Just go over it lightly.

Exfoliate

Of the things a dermatologist can do to help keep your skin looking young, one of the most effective and least invasive is the glycolic acid treatment, which results in a microscopic peeing f the skin. This works quite well to improve the whole texture of the skin, to even out skin discoloration and to make the skin look fresher. This type of peel also helps minimize some of the fine lines.

Glycolic acid is a member of the alpha-hydroxyl or fruit-acid family. A glycolic-acid peel is usually done in a series of four peels at weekly to monthly intervals. After that, you need a treatment only once every several months.

Because this is such a controlled peel, it works for all skin types. In fact, it is such a light peel you can go cut to dinner the same evening you have a treatment.

Color yourself youthful

As you age, your complexion pales, so adding color to your face makes it appear younger. Using blush adds color and can also give a youthful uplift to your face; it all depends on where you actually apply it.

The blush is darker than your foundation or skin tone; therefore, it has a shading effect. If we go to the concept of highlight and shadow, a highlight reflects light and brings things forward. A shadow absorbs light and sets things back. Too often, women put the blush on the apple of the cheek or the cheekbone, which really flattens the face, taking away some of the contour. What we want to do emphasize the cheekbones.

What I recommend is putting the majority of your blush directly beneath the cheekbone, and a little bit up in the temple area. This highlights the cheekbones in an upward movement. With age, every thing starts to be pulled down by gravity, so the last thing we ever want to do is use a downward movement on the face. By emphasizing the cheeks in an upward movement, we are giving an upward lift to the face.

Cream blushes are much better for a person with large pores, some thing else that frequently accompanies aging. With a dry soft bush, you end up rimming the pores with color as brush skins over them. With a cream, you are covering the sides, as well. The same holds true of wrinkles and any other complexion irregularities. Powders just hit the top and outline the higher points.

Use a concealer

Age can darken skin discolorations, which may be remedied by a concealer, one of our favorite look-your best tools, there are specific attributes that the best concealer share. A concealer shouldn’t be only because then it pools in any facial lines you may have, also, it shouldn’t be heavy, or you exchange discoloration for cracks and a creepy appearance. It shouldn’t be dry, either, so that you’re pulling on the skin when you apply it. It should have a great deal of pigment so that it can go on very thin and still cover your own skin tone.

Concealer should do just that, even out your skin tone and conceal discolorations. Choose the shade closest to your own. Using a shade much lighter than your skin is a left over beauty habit from 30 years ago.

Establish a regimen

One of the main things you want to keep is the appearance of elasticity that is hallmark of youthful skin, that can come, to a certain degree, from good eating habits, exercise and, of course, not smoking. But a big part of your strategy should be a consistent skin-care regimen.

I have seen for myself that an appropriate regimen, cleansing, toning and moisturizing can diminish lines and puffiness and make a huge difference. In general, women seem to understand the importance of a moisturizer. But cleansing is as important as any other part of your regimen, especially in today’s environment. Getting your skin clean without stripping it is an integral part of a skin-care system to keep your skin looking young. If your current program takes so long that you sometimes skip it, find a system that is going to work into your time schedule.

Be sun smart

The most important age accelerator that we can control is exposure to the sun is damaging UVA and UVB rays. The biggest steps to younger-looking skin is to control low much time you spend in the sun and to protect yourself with sunscreen while you are outside, if your skin is dry, you can use a moisturizing sunscreen. If your skin is oily, you want a sunscreen in an alcohol base. Also, going on the better-safe-than-sorry theory, it is wise to reapply a sunscreen frequently if you are on the beach or active enough to work up a sweat.

The sun also promotes wrinkles in another way. If you are outside on a bright day, chances are you will be squinting. This repeated action eventually can cause crow’s-feet, which can rob your eyes of a youthful appearance. Wear sunglasses to prevent wrinkles in the delicate eye area, and don’t forget to apply your sunscreen to that area, too.

Summer Sun Safety Tips

Posted By: admin on June 1, 2010 in Tips for Skin Care - Comments: 2 Comments »

It is very hard to sit inside in summer season for skin care. Here are some useful tips that all people must follow in summer sun to protect your gorgeous skin from intense rays of sun.

  • Select best sunscreen with sun protection factor that will block UVA and UVB rays. The sunscreen you use must be water resistant. You are advised to reapply sunscreen after every two hours.
  • Apply sunscreen 30 minutes before leaving home to allow your skin to absorb it.
  • Take a palmful of sunscreen to cover your face. Also be careful to apply sunscreen on your neck, hands, arms and legs. If you are sweating then reapply it after two hours.
  • Protective clothing is of greater importance like hats, sunglasses, full sleeved shirts and full pants. White color has sun protection factor that is essential for skin care. Sunglasses provide 100 percent protection from UV rays.
  • Try to stand on shady places especially during the time between 10 am to 4 pm. During this time sun rays are strongest.

Tips to Get Rid of Bleach Smell on Skin

Posted By: admin on May 31, 2010 in Effects of Cosmetics Treatments, Tips for Skin Care - Comments: 1 Comment »

Bleach is a commonly used household cleaning product that is used as whitening agent for clear cleaning of cloths. It is also used in cleaning of kitchens and bathrooms. It is considered as best cleaning agent but when it comes in contact with skin it leaves smell in skin. You can reduce this problem by wearing gloves and dealing with bleach with much care. Here are some useful tips to get rid of bleach smell on skin:

  • Wash part of your skin with soap and fresh running water.
  • Take two table spoon of apple vinegar, lemon juice or any mouthwash in some bowl of dish.
  • Dip part of paper towel in the selected liquid and squeeze it on the part of skin that came into contact with bleach.
  • Wipe the vinegar, lemon juice or mouthwash on the skin and let it dry.
  • Repeat the same process until all bleach smell is gone.
  • You can also rub any toothpaste on your skin to get rid of bleach smell.

Get Rid of Red Freckles

Posted By: admin on May 14, 2010 in Tips for Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Get Rid of Red Freckles

Direct exposure to sun is the first and primary reason of red freckles on skin. That means the less exposure to sun can lighten or reduce the freckles. Freckles are also happened due to genetic factors. Fair skin complexion is more likely to have red freckles due to less care. Here are some natural remedies for red freckles on skin.

Sour Milk

Take some sour milk in a bowl say one cup. Dip a soft cloth into the milk and rub this soaked cloth on your face. Rub this cloth on the skin where you have freckles. After massage of sure milk, rinse your face with warm water. Repeat this practice until unless you get the desired results.

Lemon Juice

Take some lemon juice in a bowl. Dip a cotton ball in the lemon juice and place the soaked cotton ball directly on the freckles. If you have open pores on your skin then avoid using this remedy.

Honey & Wheat Germ

To get rid of red freckles, place one cup of honey in microwave bowl and microwave the honey for nearly 15 seconds. Add one table spoon of Wheat Germ. Soak a cotton ball into the mixture of warm honey and germ and rub the affected skin with this cotton ball. Tap some honey on your skin for sometime to work into the skin. Rinse your face with warm water.

Follow the instructions given above and keep them practicing on regular basis until you see the red freckles are vanished or disappeared.

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