Overkill as it may be, I began wearing SPF 30 on my face everyday the day I turned 20 years old.
Promising to myself I would take care of my epidermis while aging with grace.
the healing power of water inside and out.
It truly is a miracle cure for the body and we see so many of the world’s
top models swearing by a significant water intake each day.
Experts suggest you need about a half gallon or eight 8oz glasses every day to help the body.
Water helps keep skin clear, flushes toxins from the body and cleans your pores.
The water keeps your cells full and healthy, making your skin come alive (and glow!)
on again off again business) leads to clearer, healthier skin.
If you’ve ever had a weekend full of snacks, takeout, and abundance alcohol,
you certainly know what I mean! When you eat too many fats and sugars,
your skin feels oily, yet dry and just plain dull.
Instead, make sure you pack in those fruits and vegetables, throw in the sporadic juice!
They’re rich with vitamins, antioxidants and minerals that nourish your body inside and out.
It may help some achieve that stunning bronzed look, but it is beyond harmful in the long-term.
Unfortunately, the sun’s rays are the fastest way to create wrinkles and dry out the skin.
Many dermatologists recommend wearing sunscreen all year round
(and not just the Spf15 that’s in your tinted moisturizer honey!)
It’s the best way to preserve the natural look and health of your skins cells.
This step may seem obvious however so many are lacking a sensible beauty care routine.
Falling asleep with make-up on and without doing a proper deep clean the next day.
Skipping the toner at night or moisturizer in the morning because we’re in a rush.
The time we invest in our skin has a direct correlation to its appearance so make time for your skin!
It needs proper cleansing daily and routine exfoliating once or twice a week.
Then, layer it up with a serum and moisturizer to lock in the goodness.
(who loves hearing “You look tired!?”)
Eyes begin to droop and your skin breaks out in tiny dry patches.
Though we are all insanely busy, doing out best to make sure we get as close to
eight hours of beauty sleep is of the utmost importance!
During our sleep is when our cells rebuild themselves and our skin rejuvenates.
Give it time to do its recon.
When you reach twenty-six, getting facials is no longer considered being fancy it’s pure maintenance child. Get those pores cleaned by a professional just like you do your teeth.
Beyond facials (I love the Hydra-facial), micros and peels there is everything from med spas, skin needling clinics and those that go even a step further with more invasive procedures.
Some helping to rebuild scar tissue from acne or other conditions,
clearing pores and tightening skin.
Treat it with care and keep your skin looking young and healthy!
What are some of your favorite beauty tips?