6 Common Beauty Mistakes Most Women Make•
Restoring your skin to optimum health with a smooth texture and radiant glow isn’t difficult. It just takes awareness of some basic skincare tips applied daily. For best results, learn how to avoid the most common mistakes women make. Your skin and your complexion will thank you!
Using Harsh or Extra-strength Cleansers
The key to beautiful skin is gentleness – and that goes for your cleanser too. A good choice cleanser will remove dirt, grease, and makeup without the need for over-scrubbing.
Toners are important for healthy skin because they are packed with antioxidants and remove the last traces of dirt and makeup that your cleanser may have left behind. They also provide substances such as vitamins and nutrients vital for skin health. Remember, good toners are not astringents, which are liquids commonly made of witch hazel and alcohol.
Using the Wrong Products for Your Skin Type
To become a great skin success story, it’s essential that you know your skin type. I’ve seen it far too often: women choosing products based on what someone else says. Unfortunately, what works for your friend or colleague may not be best for you. When choosing products, take the time to fully understand how each one will work to benefit your skin. If your skin is oily, stay away from heavy creams, balms, and lotions. If your skin is dry, seek thicker moisturizers and natural plant oils designed to replenish lost moisture. This can be confusing, so I’ve prepared an outline below to help you choose the best products for your skin type.
As women, we all want smoother skin and nothing works better than a well-formulated exfoliant. Exfoliation removes accumulated dead skin cells on the skin’s top surface, enabling healthier skin cells to move to the top. This process gives the skin a glow like you’ve never seen. It also improves the skin’s tone and texture while helping to control excessive oil buildup. With weekly use, exfoliation can eliminate dull-looking skin. To find the best exfoliant for you, click here.
Skipping Sunscreen or Using an Inadequate SPF
If you didn’t know, sunscreen is the world’s best kept secret when it comes to anti-aging. Sunscreen, unlike most moisturizers, offers a multitude of benefits including: protecting the skin against premature aging, preventing skin discolorations and sagging and most important of all –protecting the skin against various forms of skin cancer. So skipping it should never be an option. Always apply a broad spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 25 or higher at least 30 minutes before sun exposure. Sunscreen should be worn 365 days a year. What makes a great sunscreen? Click here now.
Ignoring What Your Skin is Telling You
Our skin is smart; it speaks to us via the reactions we experience after using a product. Sometimes our skin says nothing at all – and other times our skin does everything but scream at us. When your skin tingles, becomes red, or you experience other forms of irritation, this is your skin’s way of saying, “I’m hurting; please help me.” The irritation process causes inflammation beneath the skin – a process we can’t see. Inflammation is a silent killer of healthy collagen and elastin. Over time it impedes the skin’s natural ability to heal, thus leading to damaged skin.
Remember, having the best skin of your life isn’t hard – but it does take knowledge, dedication, and discipline. Here at Celsaderm, we want you to become a healthy skin success story. To learn more about our superior products and their proven benefits, please visit www.celsaderm.com/products.
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