Monday, 4 June 2018

Help Yourself To Achieve Beautiful Skin - Nottingham, Derby, Mansfield Chesterfield

As we get older, our skin's collagen and elastin fibres diminish, and the body's hyaluronic acid reduces, causing the elastic in our skin to become rougher and dryer. We can't change some of the things that cause this; such as genetics and ageing, however, changes to our skin care routines and lifestyle can make a big difference, to help manage our skin problems.

Often we don't have enough time in the morning to carry out a thorough skin care routine, nor do we want to indulge in a long beauty routine before bedtime. All the same, as we age, we all want fabulous, healthy skin to help give us confidence to face the world each day, because although they say that beauty is only skin deep, we all know that really, skin care is also about what is on top of the skin as well as underneath it.

Cleanse thoroughly
It's important that you cleanse your skin, whether it's in the morning before you apply moisturiser or in the evening when you take off your make-up. Thoroughly removing old make-up or dirt is essential, as anything left on your face can clog up the pores if it's not taken off completely. Use a cleanser that suits your skin type; oily, dry or sensitive skin. Always wash your face in lukewarm water, as cold and hot water can cause spider veins.

Remember your neck
Most of us concentrate on our facial skin care routine, but we tend to forget about our neck. It's a big giveaway if you are showing an older neck with wrinkly crepe looking skin, but your face is looking youthful. When you are applying products to your face, make sure your skin care routine extends to your neck as well.

Lose your skin
It's important to exfoliate on a weekly basis in order for our skin to keep that youthful glow. It doesn't have to take much time out of our daily routine; a facial wash, cleanser on a wash cloth or a body scrub while you shower. Exfoliation removes the dead skin and boosts cell-turnover at all ages, but we should exfoliate more regularly as our skin ages.

Professional microdermabrasion 

No smoking
Smoking is one of the worst things you can do to your skin, and there are many reasons why smoking is bad for our skin, It speeds up the ageing process and causes wrinkles on the face and around the mouth and can give the skin a sallow tone. Inhaled smoke constricts your blood vessels and can deplete oxygen and essential nutrients that we need for healthy skin. It reduces collagen and elastin, which are responsible for keeping the skin soft and elastic.

Don't forget the basics of skin care
  • Cleansing, moisturising, exfoliating and application of sunscreen.
  • Use natural skin care products without added chemicals.
  • Always remember to remove your make-up at night to avoid clogged pores.
  • Don't touch your face unnecessarily.
  • Water keeps your skin cells hydrated, glowing and free of acne. Drink plenty of water every day.
  • Watch what you eat, as a healthy diet compliments a good skin care routine.
  • Alcohol, smoking and drugs can do major damage to your health and your skin cells.
  • Get enough sleep and don't stress yourself out. 
  • Exercise, as this allows blood to circulate through your cells, deterring early ageing.
It doesn't take much to get and keep beautiful, healthy skin, it really isn't rocket science. If you follow a basic skin care routine, your skin will glow and look its best. Professional procedures such as chemical peels and microdermabrasion offer deeper treatments which translates into more impressive and lasting results.

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