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Skin Care Routine To Follow In Your 20s

August 1, 2017
Do you desire youthful, healthy, glowing pores and skin? I feel like, actually I know, that everyone is looking for Love. Known or unkown to them, the Love they may be seeking is Like for themselves first and foremost. Afterall, how can you truly Love others when you don't Like yourself first. The Body is the link between us and ourselves, and us yet others - the link between our inner-world and our outer-world. It is our most direct access to yourself and to others. Because such, it deserves our utmost respect. That will not merely mean decorating it with beautiful, trendy clothes, or covering it with makeup. What I am talking about here is the Body in its rawest form. That raw Body is our most immediate link to our feelings for ourselves, our most sustainable and potent method to practice self-Love.
Good skin care is essential in any age and healthy habits in your 20s and 30s can strengthen and prepare your epidermis for the effects of aging down the street. Skin has strong collagen and elastic production in your 20s and 30s. Cleanser and SPF moisturizer will be fixtures in your routine, plus some doctors may recommend an otc retinol product or antioxidant serum as a preventative measure to stimulate collagen production. While you may associate collagen with keeping skin looking plump, it also gives skin its strength and structure and plays a role in the replacement of dead skin cells.
For women especially, the neck and upper body (or décolleté ) are areas known for showing aging - especially sunlight damage. The easiest way to keep this area of your body looking young is to expand your facial skincare routine down to your throat and chest. Also, be cognizant about the materials you wear. Wools and synthetic fabrics can irritate a sensitive neck and chest area. Finally, the skin on your throat and chest is thin, so sun damage is usually more obvious and harder to reverse. Make sure you wear SPF 15 or higher every day (even if you only plan on being indoors) on your neck and upper body to avoid future damage.
Make your own homemade scrub simply by mixing two teaspoons sea salt with four teaspoons uncooked honey, then apply the mix evenly to clean skin, rub it softly, let it stand for 15 minutes and rinse. Similarly, sugar scrubs are similar, and both types are gentle enough to use many times per week to prevent clogged pores and help with cell turn-over and renewal.top 10 winter skin care tips
The skin around the eyes is ten times thinner than the skin on the encounter. As we age, epidermis loses its elasticity and becomes even thinner due to a breakdown of collagen. This can become further aggravated by sunlight exposure, smoking, and other environmental exposures. The skin of the eye contour is constantly moving, blinking alone generates 10, 000 movements each day!

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