A lot of people are careful to make themselves look and feel beautiful, but forget to take care of the essential: their skin! Indeed, your skin is your largest organ and it’s the only one that is outside and unprotected. More importantly, your skin is the mirror of your beauty routine; it tells others how your health is, what you eat and what you apply on your face too. Suddenly, the saying “reading someone like an open book” gains another meaning. Your skin is the best indicator of your health and your lifestyle, and it is also the first thing that people notice when they appreciate your beauty. In short, it’s important to take good care of it if you want to feel good in your skin.
Take Care Of Your Beauty Routine
Your beauty routine is at the core of how you feel and how you look. There is no denying that a beautiful skin requires the right routine and the appropriate care. Unfortunately, this isn’t what most people do to their skins. Terrible beauty mistakes are committed every day, and they can seriously damage your skin. Indeed, beware if you are one of those persons who try to revive old makeup for the sake of saving money. As a rule of the thumb, if you’ve kept your makeup beyond a few months, it’s time to throw it away and buy a fresh set as this is the perfect terrain for bacterial growth. Similarly, not cleaning your makeup brushes regularly, and this means daily, can also facilitate the apparition of bacteria. This is certainly nothing that you want to have on your face! Last, but not least of the makeup mistakes, is to keep your makeup overnight. Always wash your face off before going to bed and make sure that you’ve removed all trace of makeup as it could clog up your pores and create inflammation and spots.
Your Skin Is A Vital Organ
It’s very strange how many of you forget that the skin is a vital organ. Indeed, your skin is a protective layer that is built around your body. Like any organ, it has a specialized doctor, called a dermatologist. Simple issues such as spots, transpiration, greasy skin can be easily sorted out with a dermatology appointment to review your condition and treat the cause. Similarly, it’s always a good idea to plan a yearly checkup at your local dermatologist’s surgery to ensure that your skin is healthy.
Take Care Of Yourself
Your skin is the reflection of your lifestyle and your eating habits. As a consequence, your skin-focused beauty routine should also include the food you eat. Indeed, a healthy diet is the key to healthy skin. Summer fruits such as berries, for instance, are great in fighting off wrinkles as they are full of antioxidants and vitamin C. Nuts are rich in vitamin E to help to protect and repair the skin against external factors. Finally, fish is a great favorite when it comes to helping your skin regulate the production of oil and avoid spots. Last, but not least piece of advice, water is essential to keep your skin hydrated.
Disclosure: This is a collaborative post.