Things that Promote Aging in Your Skin
There are actually things you do that make you age faster. Although you have the complete nightly regimen, you find that wrinkles still appear.
Think about your daily routine and make changes. If you really want to look young for a longer period of time, you need to do something about it immediately. After all, when it comes to your health and body, preparation is key.
A common mistake women make is going to a bargain spa. It’s tempting to get a cheap facial spa, but what you’re risking is definitely not worth the money you’ll be saving.
Infections, burns, and scarring can occur at the hand of an inexperienced person. It is better to go to the clinic of the licensed dermatologist who will personally attend to you.
While the trained staff member can remove blackheads and whiteheads, trust only the one with the license to do more complicated procedures since the wrong technique can aggravate your problems.
Be extra careful about who you choose to perform more invasive treatments such as microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and lasers. These things require more knowledge and training, so your safest bet would be someone who is certified.
Another thing you have to carefully consider is your on-the-go makeup brushes. As long as you’re using non-comedogenic products, you usually won’t break out even if you use the leftover product stuck on the brush.
However, leaving your tools unwashed more than a week can cause unwanted blemishes. Ideally, you should clean and dry tools thoroughly after each use.
This lessens the chances of bacteria and fungus to thrive. Make sure that you keep the brushes that you use for your creams and liquids clean because germs multiply faster in damp conditions.
Sanitize them after each use and by placing a few drops of brush cleaner on a cotton ball and swirling it around the bristles until it’s visibly clean. Make sure they’re completely dry before you pack them inside your kit.
Of course, you’ve also heard how second-hand smoke affects your skin’s condition. Exhaled smoke can even be more harmful to your face than the smoke that is being inhaled. Cigarette clouds contain significant levels of nicotine, tar, and carbon monoxide.
When the smoke hits your skin, it triggers the release of wrinkle-causing free radicals. You’re most at risk if you live with a smoker or hang out in smoky places often.
When you can’t avoid sharing space with smokers, make sure there’s ventilation available to dilute airborne toxins.
You may also have not realized this, but your afternoon coffee does more bad than good for you. Some people believe that the minerals found in milk can actually cause acne, especially for those with sensitive skin.
Your skin creates more oil and this increases your chances of breakout. If you’re battling with oily skin that is more prone to pimples, you may have to seriously think about letting go of dairy products.
These breakouts may leave more marks on your face when they heal. And the more marred your complexion is, the older you will look.
Warren Tattersall has been a full time nutritional consultant for over a decade and works with people all over the world to help them improve their health, increase their personal energy levels and to use supplements to assist with diet related health issues.
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