Friday, 1 June 2012

Skin care secrets!


Taking care of your skin is probably the most important part of grooming your body , but often this step is skipped because of innumerable reasons! Do follow these steps and take care of your skin :)

  • Lotion Up

Daily moisturizing is the best defense against dry skin. Applying lotion right after you step out of the shower seals in the moisture that your skin has just absorbed. And since hands are often the first indicators of aging, invest in a heavy moisturizer to keep in your bag, car, and office.

  • Green Giants

Greens like spinach and arugula are packed with naturally occurring antioxidant,  for a radiant and blemish-free complexion, add a side salad to your lunch or dinner.


  • Healing Honey

Honey is recommended for taking care for dry, cracked lips. It helps to heal wounds and hydrate parched skin, plus the anti-viral properties make it a good cold sore remedy, too.

  • Wrinkle Eraser

Topical retinoids have been shown to improve the skin's texture and the appearance of fine lines,So, for women looking for potent anti-agers, retinol is the one must-have ingredient to help keep skin young.
  • Sun Stopper

Stop stretch marks and scars from getting darker with sun exposure by slathering them with a thick layer of sunscreen. Apply a scar-minimizing topical at night to repair damaged tissue while you slumber

  • Getting chatty

Yakking away on your cell phone for hours can lead to breakouts and rashes along your jaw line and cheek. Keep antibacterial wipes handy to swipe your phone clean and help your skin stay clear.


  • A Little Omega

A Mediterranean diet full of fish, fruit, vegetables, olive oil, and tea provides the skin with the good omega fatty acids.This diet also has the antioxidants your skin needs to maintain a healthy glow and reverse sun damage.


  • Product Prevention

We know you don’t apply hair products to your face, but the residue can end up there anyway. Next time you apply hairspray, cover your face with a clean towel to protect your skin. Also, use a sweatband when you hit the gym to keep the products from dripping down when you begin to sweat.

  • Sleep In

Not getting enough sleepcan cause stress, which leads to breakouts and a dull complexion. Bottom line: Don’t deprive your body and skin of sleep—it uses that time to regenerate and recover from your day-to-day activities.


  • Eye Care

The skin around your eyes is the thinnest, so it shows the first signs of aging. Even if you’re in your 20s, preventative care now will keep your eyes looking healthy for years to come.

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