An absolute must-read compilation of top skin care tips for any age!
We all want some lush, soft and healthy skin. Here are some leading skin care tips that can assist with your daily skin care regimen.
1. Wash Your Face Twice
The first time you wash your face removes dirt, oil and free radicals from your skin. Also, the second time cleanses the skin.
2. Drink Plenty of Water
When you drink plenty of water each day your skin will be more hydrated, and glowing to name a few benefits. To find out how much water you should drink daily; take your body weight then divide it by 2, the number you get is how many ounces of what you should be drinking per day.
3. Change Your Pillow Case Often
If there’s dirt, oil or sweat on your pillow case it will lead to potential breakouts. Change your pillow case frequently to prevent things like hair products from getting on your skin.
4. Wear Your SPF Daily
You want to make sure you have on at least an SPF 30 every day. This will help protect your skin from brown spots, fine lines, and wrinkles. If you think you do not have time to add this extra step every morning or always forget to put it on, then we suggest that you purchase a moisturizer that already has an SPF added to it. This simple step alone will help slow down the aging process.
5. Keep Your Hands Off Your Face
We often forget this important tip, this also means not resting your hands on your face too. When you touch your face, you are transferring bacteria to your skin, and this will lead to breakouts.
6. Don’t Use Hot Water To Wash Your Face
When you use hot water to clean your face, you can cause redness and sensitivity. Instead use cooler water to help increase circulation and keep the blood flowing.
7. Clean Your Cell Phone
This is something that probably slips most people’s minds on a daily basis. However, by not cleaning your cell phone frequently, you are putting bacteria, dirt, oil, among other things to your face (mainly across your cheeks). Just spray a cloth or paper towel with vinegar and wipe your phone down often.
8. Don’t Smoke
Smoking causes wrinkles, depletes Vitamin C, makes your skin sallow and damages collagen.
9. Eat A Balanced Diet
You’ve heard the saying, “You are what you eat.” Well if you are not putting vitamins and nutrients into your body through food, then your body, including the skin, cannot repair and rebuild itself.
10. Exercise Regularly
By getting your blood flowing through exercise, you’ll help nourish skin cells and keep them vital. Exercising also decreases stress, which can affect the skin and cause problems like breakouts.
11. Clean Your Make Up Brushes
When you clean you are makeup brushes at least once a week, you are removing any debris that was left on your brushes from previous applications.