I think every woman can agree that they have experienced puffy, tired looking eyes, or dark under eye circles at some point in their life. The eye area is very delicate and must be cared for properly. When neglected, you are likely to see signs of premature aging which include fine lines, wrinkles and sagging.
PAMPER YOUR SKIN WITH HONEY
Are you looking to nourish and pamper your skin? Try honey! Not only is it good for food, but honey is great for moisturizing the skin. Studies have shown (read here) that honey contains both antioxidant and antibacterial properties. The antibacterial benefits of honey are great for helping to treat and prevent acne. Its antioxidant properties help to slow the aging process.
During the cold and frigid winter months, your skin takes a beating. Cold, dry air leads to dehydrated, red, itchy and flaky skin. Just as we protect ourselves by wearing extra layers to combat the cold winter weather, we should add extra layers to our skincare routines as well. If you need to learn the basics of a proper skincare routine, read my article here.
In the winter, you should switch to a creamy cleanser because they are extra moisturizing. You will also want to use a creamier moisturizer on your skin for the the same reasons.
Facial scrubs have become a normal part of my weekly skin care regimen. I started thinking about the health of my skin in my mid-twenties. I made sure I washed all of my makeup off at night and I would use moisturizer and sunscreen as often as I felt I needed to.
During my early thirties, I developed better habits in regards to my skin, however, as I approached my forties a healthy skin care regimen became a top priority.
We all know that daily skin care is important, right? Our skin is the largest barrier that we have to protect us from infections. Healthy skin also helps us to age gracefully.
Some of us are under the misconception that you need the most expensive cleansers, moisturizers, and latest tools in order to properly achieve healthy skin. That, however, is not true. Your daily regimen does not have to include a ten or twelve step process.