Five not so obvious skin care tips.
It is a new decade and whether your skin care resolutions are just beginning or need to be re-launched. Practicing any skincare routine comes with a universal thought: We all want to know the very best practices for achieving healthy, radiant skin. While skincare might not be rocket science, but what you don’t know can be damaging. Don’t worry, Paon Rose has got you a few simple skin care tips to practice in 2020 to get that flawless natural glow for your body. These tips and tricks are super easy and quick which will help you achieve your skincare goals.
1.Don’t wash with hot water.
After a long tiring day in the world it may seem like a well-deserved treat to come home and soak in a hot bathtub. Being in hot water does effectively help relieve body tension and can help soothe muscle fatigue but it’s usually best to wash with lukewarm water (that includes showers). Why? Hot water can strip your skin of natural protective oils and may weaken your skin’s natural protective barrier. In other words, washing in hot water may irritate your skin, leading to dryness and increased skin sensitivity. Good news is you do not have to give them up completely, you just need to turn down the temperature a but and take care of your skin afterwards.
- Move over beaded face scrubs
Plastic micro-beads be gone! Exfoliating face scrubs aren’t normally meant for everyday use. And even if you’re not using a beaded exfoliating face wash, scrubbing your skin too hard may lead to irritation. Be careful not to overuse tools like rotating brushes and rollers! Use gentle cleansers like The Eternal Brew Gommage , designed specifically for face exfoliation it is designed to target dead skin cells without causing micro-tears on your skin. A gentle exfoliation twice a week can be secret weapon to perfect skin. We all tend to either skip it or overdo it. You can use our Eternal Brew twice a week with a gentle physical scrub is a start to great skin. It keeps the pores minimized, keeps the fine lines at bay, and resurfaces the skin perfectly.
- Layer Products Thinnest to Thickest
The epidermis (the outermost layer of the skin) is a key protective structure that uses 23 vitamins absorbed through diet or topically. While complete nutrition for the epidermis is critical. The order in which items are applied are also important. These vitamins must be provided at therapeutic concentrations and delivered within the epidermis for optimum skin health. A vitamin serum that is non-irritating and formulated with vitamins A, B, C, D, and E is important give skin the nutrition it needs. Layering your serums and essences from thinnest to thickest helps the skin to absorb each layer most efficiently.
- Use targeted exfoliators
Exfoliators can work wonders for your complexion, brightening skin, unclogging pores and minimizing the signs of aging, yet the wrong one can wreak havoc on your skin. If your skin is oily you should use a product to control the sebum buildup that gives skin that oily look like our Breakout Control skin masque which can be used on face neck back and buttocks.
For those with dry, dull skin caused but dead skin cells build up, a brightening formula may work to gently slough away dead cells and restore moisture. A treatment with AHA would work well to reveal brighter and more even-toned skin. Simply put, AHAs help to ‘unglue’ stubborn surface skin cells that cause dullness and clog pores, while BHAs enter pores to dissolve sebum and fight dormant acne.
5 Eat more green stuff!
My number one tip is absolutely my favorite skincare tip: Drink a green juice every day. It will be a great replacement for your afternoon coffee and will transform your skin in a matter of days. The ingredients in the juice help oxygenate the skin and stimulate lymphatic drainage, so it’s de-puffing too! Start by eating a bit of avocado every day or even throwing half of an avocado into your morning smoothie. Avocado supplies the skin with healthy fats and phytonutrients to hydrate from the inside out and bring back your glow. Everything you eat becomes a part of not only your inner being but the outer skin as well. Peeling skin around the mouth or nose, Changes in the skin around the mouth and nose can be a result of various causes, but most often it means a lack of essential vitamins A, C, E, or B in the body. While a healthy diet is key nutrition can be absorbed topically through skin as well. Use products that are in stable, absorbable concentrations that are gentle enough to be used daily.