Do’s and Don’ts of Skincare! My personal opinion
First off this is based off of my personal experience, I am not an expert! Avoid: 1) Micro-needling at home - I feel this should be done by a professional who has the experience. I know it is an expensive procedure but I feel like going to a professional will be much safer with wayy better results. 2) Using scrubs - of course this depends on your skin type. If it works for you then awesome! I, myself, have very sensitive and acne prone skin so using scrubs irritates my skin. My advice, if it tingles, burns or you see redness then STOP using it! 3) Cleansing brushes/beauty tools - to me these are a “luxury items” not really essential. Again, cleansing brushes might not be ideal if you have sensitive skin. Your fingers can get the job done just as good. And besides, they are beyond expensive! 4) Hot water on face - you’ve probably already heard of this but don’t apply hot water to the face! It strips your skin of its natural moisture barrier and causes dryness. 5) DIY face masks - this to me is the worst. You see all these trends that are happening like applying toothpaste to a zit or charcoal and baking soda to your face. I once applied all of these things years ago when I didn’t know anything about skincare. Every one of these burnt on my face. You just never know how your face will react. Do’s: 1) Look for a gentle cleanser that works for YOU: I basically tried them all but what has always worked for me are gel based cleansers. Below you will see a list of the features that I look... 2) Always look for these features/benefits in your make up and skin care - allergy-tested, sensitive skin-tested, fragrance-free, and non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores). When I shop for a cleanser or foundation and concealer, these are the things I look for! 3) Gel based exfoliator - again I don’t use scrubs, only gel based because it is the most gentle for my skin. 4) Sunscreen daily is a must! 5) Moisturize - needs to be done everyday for EVERY skin type.
Sep. 22, 2020
Foods for beautiful healthy skin
1. Any yellow or orange vegetables like carrots or peppers. 2. Green leafy vegetables like spinach 3. fatty fish like salmon water 4. Any kinda nut are safe and good for your skin 5. Also tomatoes, berries, avocado, yogurt, beans, peas, lentils. This does not mean go and only eat these foods but if you are looking for something extra to add to your meal and want to brighten and fix any blemishes you might have then save this post so you can look at it in the future and add it to your meal. Hope this helped follow me here for more and comment anything you want to know or learn more about and I will do my best to help you and make a post about it. Also if you are looking to start, fix or make your skin care routine better than follow me on instagram @saving_your_skin and I will help you to create your perfect skin care routine based on your skin type, concerns and YOUR BUDGET for completely free and I will also answer any questions you might have but don’t want to comment if you Dm me! Have a great day! Source: mayoclinic.org
Get Rid of Skin Irratation!
Skin irritation: Something that we can see on our skin or feel. Something such as redness or bumps or how ever your skin reacts to a product that just isn't good for you. Continuing to use the same products that make our irratated is important to avoid as it can affect moisture barrier and give a very bad complexion. How to avoid this: 1. Patch test!!! I hate wasting time testing a product because I get so excited to use it but this is so important! 2. Read the ingredients! Too much alcohol or fragrance can harm your skin 3. Read reviews and ask others! **posting out of what I went through to help others!
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this is what my skin looks like right now, my doctor prescribed tretinonin and topical antibiotics. does anyone have any gentle cleanser and moisturizer brands that would work well with these products? thank you!
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