Eat your vitamins and get lots of antioxidants. Antioxidants' free-radical-fighting activities destroy molecules that can damage healthy cells, and as it turns out, they're as great for skin cells as they are for every other cell in the body. While many different antioxidants can be beneficial to the skin, two in particular get lots of attention: Vitamin C- Builds collagen for plump, tight skin. (Red Bellpeppers, Kiwi and Citrus fruits). Vitamin E- Protects cell membranes and boosts skin based nutrients that fight off UV damage (Wheat germ oil, almonds, sunflowers seeds and Spinach).
Keep your skin hydrated! Acne, Rosacea, Hyperpigmentation, Wrinkles and Pore Size all improve when skin is adequately hydrated. Conversely, all skin conditions worsen when skin is dehydrated.
Select your Cleanser, Toner and Moisturizer according to your skin type. Your skin type is either oily, combination or dry. Your skin type refers to the amount of oil production. It does not refer to water hydration or dehydration. Can an oily skin type be dehydrated? Yes! This does not mean you should treat your oily skin as dry.
About Terry Esquer
Hi there! I'm Terry and I'm a Licensed Esthetician and the Administrator of the Skinsational News Blog.