Simple DIY Skin Care

Simple DIY Skin Care

It may be a bit challenging to maintain healthy skin care. People often abuse their skin without knowing. There are many brand cleansers, toners, moisturizers and anti-aging products out there that contribute to skin abuse. If you notice that many of the appealed products leave your skin sensitive, dry and spotty and never give the long-term results you want to achieve. Many products can even cause serious crimes because most of the counterproducts are created for the sole purpose of protecting you from tanning and nothing else. The second reason is because of the chemicals used to make the products. If you carefully read the ingredients on the bottles, some of the same ingredients are used to make detergents, bleaches and disinfectants that can not at all be healthy for the skin. This is the unfortunate abuse comes in and we abuse it further by thinking that it covers our skin with makeup will fix it. The goal should not be to have nice skin but rather healthier skin. Below are some of my own DIY DIY (DIY) skin care techniques and secrets that help you achieve the goal of getting healthier skin and maintaining a radiant healthy glow.


It is very important to wash your face. Before bed and when you first wake up, especially. Many skin care products and detergents contain active ingredients like sodium lauryl sulfate and ammonium lauryl sulfate that are extremely harmful to the skin. Sulfates are surfactants used as cleansers to cut oil from the skin, but they are too strong and will cause surface dehydration. If you ever wondered why you have dry skin that you can not get rid of - thats probably the reason. One of my favorite do-it-yourself homemade cleansers is a combination of baking powder and wax shed. Mix together and add some water to make a nice paste. Spread evenly around the skin in gentle circular motion and wash. Baking powder is a natural antibiotic that cures the underlying fungal infections. It can also slowly erase acne scars and accelerate the healing of acne damage. Its also the biggest weapon to use against bacteria and inflammation that causes skin redness. Witchhazel is a natural astringent. It helps to reduce the risk of inflammation and its strong antiinflammatory properties are good for killing bacteria formed under pores before even starting. Not only is baking powder and wax hassel combination a very simple facial wash to make it very effective. You must clean your skin daily. This is a rule. Cleaning is especially necessary for those who use make-up on a daily basis. Just try it.


Dead skin cells stack on the surface of the skin, making it look dull and dry. Dead skin cells are a major contributor to clogged pores. Exfoliating is important because it removes dead skin cells that clog to the skin and reveal fresh new cells. This opens the way that moisturizing products penetrate deeper into the skin which makes them more effective. You do not have to buy expensive exfoliants to get the job done. You can whip up a simple homemade exfoliant that will scrub the dead skin cells as effectively. Oatmeal exfoliants are bar none the best. Oatmeal is full of antioxidant and antiinflammatory compounds and is known for its skin-intensive properties, including moisturizing dry skin, which reduces itching, rash and other minor skin irritations. Honey provides natural antibacterial and healing properties to calm and clarify the skin. Coconut oil is a natural nutrient for the skin. All you have to do is mix them together and create a nice mixed composition and gently spread on your face evenly. Allow the mask to sit for about 10 minutes before it is washed properly.

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Moisturizing is the most important part of maintaining fresh skin just after cleansing. You must moisten daily at least twice a day. Morning and night. The best type of moisturizer for the skin is water. Not only should you drink a lot of it, but you should also splash your skin with it daily. Luke water is preferred. Water provides organic nutrition and hydration as your skin needs. You can do it by using both moisturizing cream and moisturizer to keep your skin moisturized and relaxed. If you like me, youre not a fan of the disco and have the kind of skin that swallows oil like a big fish, you can whip up a homemade moisturizer with Aloe Vera Gingerbread, Vitamin E and Shea Butter.

In order to achieve a healthy, radiant glow, good skin care must be such a complicated character. You also do not have to spend a lot of money to maintain it. Some of the best drugs and skin care products can be achieved naturally at home by using things that are right in your cabinets and refrigerators.

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