Six Skin care beauty tips for a natural ageless look (Part Two)

Continuation: Six Skin care beauty tips for a natural ageless look (Part Two)


Note please: this is the continuation of Six Skin Care Beauty tips for a natural ageless look (part one).

4. Exfoliate: 

the skin is as demanding as its importance, it needs a careful and gentle skin care routine to keep it happy and healthy. Surprisingly, exfoliation has more impact on the skin than many other of its beauty counterpart. 
Exfoliate the skin to remove dead skin cells

How does exfoliation work? 

The skin has an upper and lower skin layer, the upper skin layer shields the skin and it’s activities from the sun/ environmental damage. 

The upper layer of the skin exposed to these external forces causes it to grow weak and old then eventually die and sheds off while the lower layer of the skin produces new cells and moves up to the top layer to push off and fully replace the aged and dead skin cells. 

Young skin regenerates very quickly in the shed-off and replacement process of skin cells. As we age, the skin cell renewal process becomes slow. 

For healthy skin, the process is reasonably fine, unlike the skin that is sun damaged. 

In a nut-shell, exfoliation helps to remove the built-up outer layer of skin to uncover a more tender, healthier and younger looking skin. 

When you don’t exfoliate your skin, you are left with a rough, scaly and discolored skin with all manner of black and/or whiteheads pimples clogged onto your skin. These unhealthy elements can be offensive on your look. 

Know your skin type and what works best for you, know the different forms of exfoliation that are out there waiting for you, choose the most effective and suitable one for your skin type, whether your skin is oily, dry, normal, combination, or sun-damaged. 

5. Sunscreen: 

it doesn’t matter the color of your skin, the nature of your daily activity/ job, how long or short you stay under the sun; it doesn’t matter the weather, the country you’re in, you need to consider using a sunscreen beauty product before going out during the day. 
Use sunscreen of all kinds when needed
An umbrella too should be considered a part of your favorite accessory, especially on a hot sunny day. 

Of course too much of everything is bad, exposure to sunlight is a good source of vitamin D which is essential to human health but don’t forget that skin issues like; skin cancer, wrinkling, skin aging, dryness, flaky skin, some dark patches, and much other skin related misfortune are direct effects of sun damage. 

Sun rays supply us with vitamin D and help keep us warm but its scorching effect on the skin does more harm than its benefits. 

It’s totally safe to use sunscreens on our skin but again know the different types available in the open market then go for the safest and the one compatible with the nature of your skin. 

6. Detoxify: 

detoxification can be described as the process of getting rid of unwanted toxins from the body system. 

These unwanted toxic materials gradually build up and are accumulated when the body absorbs unclean food, environmental pollutants, excessive and continuous intake of junk foods (refined and processed foods) mostly because of its synthetic preservatives. 
Detoxify your body system to remove unwanted toxins
We are always exposed to toxic air, food, water, skin care beauty products, and even the clothes we put on our skin. 

We absorb these unwanted materials through our skin and mouth. Toxins when accumulated in our body cause a lot of seen and unseen issues. 

The seen issues reflect on our skin and general physical appearance, while the unseen effects of unwanted toxins in our body affect the inner body system. 

The liver, kidneys, and digestive system present in the body, is known for flushing out these unwanted toxins in their own way but we also have a role to play in order to help keep these helpful detoxifying organs healthy and more functional, and it is to; detoxify. 

There are many reasons and ways to detoxify the body. In this article, I will discuss its effects on the skin. 

Simply put: imagine the body full of unwanted and unhealthy toxins as a bunged up drainage with all manner and unappealing color of dirt, it’ll have a bad odor, discomfort everybody around, make the place ugly and dull. 

Now when the body system has all these manners of discomfort, it affects the skin and you will see the effect building up. For some people, it comes gradually while for others its come faster than flash. These effects on the skin include and are not limited to: 
  • Pimples,
  • The dullness of the skin, 
  • Skin pigmentation,
  • Skin rashes,
  • Skin itching,
  • Eczema and the most annoying,
  • Weight gain. 

Additional Tips: 

  • Make the above-written skin care beauty tips a habit, you won’t have any skin-related issues to worry about,
  • Drink lots of water,
  • Get protective shields against the scorching effects of the sun, e.g. umbrella, sunscreen, sun shades for your eyes, face cap and so on, 
  • Learn to worry less, 
  • Exercise your body, 
  • Eat healthy every time and light at dinner time, 
  • Eat fresh and green foods, avoid eating junk food. 
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