Don’t ignore the benefits of sunscreen
A beautiful and healthy skin will can’t achieve without the regular use of sunscreen. A cosmetic expert Mamie Mc Donald who worked with Madonna says that any other efforts you make will be in vain if you neglect this rule. Another celebrity cosmetologist, Dr. Lancer, advices the use of cream with SPF no less than 30, reapplied during the day.
Taking care of the neck
This is one the part of the woman’s body that gives away its owner’s age almost at once, therefore you are recommended to take good care of it because the skin there is thin and requires care as delicate as your face does.
Impacts of rubbing an ice cube into your skin
A dermatologist from Santa Monica, Dr. Ava Shaban advised this trick of rubbing your face with an ice cube for a few seconds to prevent a dull complexion. This trick stimulates circulation and your skin starts to glow positively.
Making anything that come to contact with your skin clean
Dr. Lance advices that you should never touch your face with dirty hands. Change pillowcases at least once a week if you have dry or normal skin type or once every 3 days if your skin is oily. You should also clean your smartphone screen regularly.
Before going to bed always take off your bra
Doctors warns against sleeping with a bra especially a tight or wired one because it constrict your blood circulation, leading to health problems. It can also cause skin irritation, restlessness due to discomfort and darkness due to discomfort and darkening of the skin under the straps and wire.
Cleanse your skin thoroughly
You are advised by dermatologist that you shouldn’t ever go to bed with makeup one because doing that you’ll end up with blocked pores and inflammations. It is very simple but many people still neglects this advice.
Take care of your hands
They require as much care as the neck because the skin there is thin and delicate. Sometimes try doing your chores in gloves and regularly moisten your skin with cream. You can also apply anti-age creams to your hands as well as your face and remember to sunscreen.
Never use scrubs and face sponges especially if you’re prone to acne
Christie Kidd is a skin are specialist from Beverly Hills who advises anyone not to use abrasive skin care products like sponges and brushes if you have acne because this can lead to graver inflammation. Skin needs delicate cleansing without soap and to reduce reddening and inflammation, apply a water and aspirin paste to the spots.