Have you ever coveted that smooth skin advertised by beauty products campaign? Do you desire that satin feel? Just following a few steps and using easily available things can help you get that silky smooth skin.
Difficulty Level: Easy
2.Exfoliating Scrub (sugar or salt scrub),
1.Application of a cream moisturizer twice a day, once in the morning after a bath and once in the evening before going to bed can help in making the skin smooth.
2.Creams are better than lotions to make skin less harsh. They hydrate the skin better than lotion moisturizers.
3.Poor diet can lead to dry skin. Healthy monosaturated fats found in foods such as olive oil and nuts included in the diet smoothens skin. A fat-free diet leads to dry and scaly skin.
4.An ex foliating scrub needs to be used at least twice a week to remove dead skin cells. Accumulation of dead skin cells make the skin appear flaky and dry. A sugar or salt scrub from any druggist will do the job. However, to make the skin look smooth and silky, you need to shave that area of the skin before exfoliating it.
Q: How do I keep my skin looking smooth now that I am starting to notice wrinkles?
A. Wrinkles and sagging skin can be rectified by using products with alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) that will continuously remove the dead skin cells and make the skin appear smooth. A professional face peel at a salon or spa is a way of deep exfoliation. A series of three such peel treatments should help your skin look smooth and fresh.
Q. What causes acne?
A. Though the precise cause for acne is unknown, one of the important causes of acne is a rise in the male sex hormones, androgen, during the puberty of both boys and girls. Acnes can be worse if the skin is scrubbed hard, blemishes are picked and squeezed and also if there is emotional stress. Foods are not a cause for acnes.
1.Drinking ample water hydrates the skin and makes it look healthy. Eat healthy too.
2.Hair needs to be grease-free as the skin could be oily because of the grease from your fingers and the front of your hair.
Don’t pick or squeeze spots.
3. Exfoliation of normal skin once a week and oily skin twice a week is necessary to keep the skin fresh and reduce blackheads. Facemask once a month is also helpful.
4.Rinsing with a mixture of vinegar and water twice or thrice a day is a quick help for oily skin. It may burn the areas that are infected and have zits or pimples.
5. Avoid touching your face as the oil from your hands can easily choke the pores.
6.Wash your hair every day if you want to have your hair down covering some areas of your face. Else, wear your hair up if your skin is broken.
7.A cheap and natural Apple Cider Vinegar works wonders.
Be on guard:
Use those products you are not allergic to. Be conscious of the ingredients of the products you use on the face. Check if you are allergic to some things.
Applying zit cream all over the face could make your skin dry and flaky going ahead and also lead to swelling and dryness.
Harsh products can do more harm than help. Avoid them.
Know the type of skin you have.
Avoid using the regular soap as it may irritate your skin. Instead use cleansing and purifying gels, foams or creams according to your skin.