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3 basic principles
that come together in good skin care.
enough water on a daily basis to keep the skin well hydrated. This involves
drinking at least 2 litres of water each and every day, because the bodyís
metabolism will require this amount of water to function properly. More
water is required if we engage in strenuous physical activity or work in
a physically demanding environment. You can use the most expensive moisturisers
you like, if you donít drink enough water, your skin will become dehydrated
and no moisturiser or beauty treatment will stop this in the long term.
good quality, unprocessed foods such as fruits, grains, vegetables, some
dairy and lean meat, will help you to provide the skin with the nutrients
it requires to keep performing its vital functions. Your skin needs vitamins,
minerals, trace elements, amino acids, to function properly and while some
natural skin care products do provide many of these nutrients, there is
no substitute for nutrients gained from high quality food.
3. A daily
skin care regime that will unclog pores, remove dirt and dead skin cells,
as well as provide nourishment to the underlying, living skin cells, is
an essential step to good skin care. Now this regime can be quite simple
or more involved.
are the benefits of a professional facial ?
When we age, cell renewal
rate is around thirty to fifty days (as a child it was seven days) , that
is why aged skin looks dullen. I will analyze treatment needs to your individual
skin requirements. Anyone can benefit from a facial treatment. By removing
deep impurities in the pores and nourishes the cells assisting in slowing
the aging process and delivering a more refined, healthier, smoother complexion
are the skin care basics for your age range
gradual disappearance of baby fat. Complexion loses some of its luster.
Skin cell production slows so you get a build-up of dead, rough cells that
don't retain moisture. Freckles, uneven pigmentation, enlarged pores.
- Concerns- oiliness (T-zone) from
overactive sebaceous glands. Stress induced breakouts. Stress
wreaks havoc on the skin because it triggers the release of cortisol
and hormones that cause acne.
- Maintenance- Get serious about sun
avoidance. If you use sunscreen regularly, you can reverse a lot of
damage before you hit your 30's. This is the decade to establish habits
that will benefit your skin for the rest of your life. Try sleeping
on your back-sleep creases eventually become permanent wrinkles.
- Condition- Cell turnover slows dramatically
at 30, so the biggest change is often dullness and pigmentation problems.
This is when all the damage you did in your teens surfaces! Texture
changes, splotchy pigment, sallow skin tone, and fine lines. (unless
of course you stayed out of the sun, in which case you still have clear,
smooth complexions. Good for you!!!!).
- Concerns- Freckles, sun spots pigmented
scars, and splotchy patches start to surface or darken. Prime time for
developing rosacea: red, raised, bumpy areas usually concentrated near
the center of your face and often mistaken for acne. Fine expression
lines usually show up.
- Maintenance- Since nature is putting
the brakes on your cell-turnover rate, it's time to start exfoliating
about once a week. Choose an alpha-hydroxy acid scrub or cleanser to
remove dead surface cells. AHA's have the added benefit of lightening
sun damage and uneven pigmentation. Now is the time to start using an
- Condition- The good news is that
you may have finally outgrown your acne and a result of decreased oil
production. Not so good news: drier skin and rougher texture. There
are other subcutaneous changes, too: Your face loses volume because
you are losing fat deposits, collagen and elastin. These losses can
usher in the era of static wrinkles.
- Concerns- Getting moisture back into
your skin should be top priority. (CP serum and rebuilding your collagen
and elastin). Dryness may become extreme enough to cause eczema- rough,
itchy patches- especially on the cheeks and chin. A thick night cream
of facial moisturizer can help hydrate and soothe the itching.
- Maintenance- Almost every person
would benefit from the combination of a moisturizing cream and a retinol
product. Use a SPF 15 cream in the morning. Daily exfoliating may be
useful. And start using a very emollient eye cream. Your eye area has
thin skin, so by the time you are 40, you really need to add moisture.
The 50's and beyond
hormones may cause both dryness and breakouts. The decrease of collagen
and elastin over the past two decades has left your skin thinner and
possibly more sensitive or reactive to the sun. Wrinkles near your eyes,
near your mouth, and on your forehead have become more deeply etched.
If you've been practicing good habits, your skin texture will still
be smooth and soft, and your skin tone clear.
sensitivity to sun combines with dryness, lines and looseness especially
near the mouth and along the jawline. Dramatic weight loss can leave
your face sagging so loose weight gradually.
A simple, sensitive skin cleanser, moisturizer with SPF, and an ultra-emollient
Retin-A. In addition to eye and neck creams, there are fade
creams for hands. But fast firmers (gel-like ointments that form a film)
won't last more than a few hours.