Today there seems to be a million products but few solutions for skin care issues. Aisle upon aisle of expensive and attractively packaged items that may or may not do anything at all, much less meet the promises they make. This article will help you navigate through the confusing world of skin care and endless stream of unnecessary purchases.
You should limit the amount of sun exposure you get each day. If you’re going to be out in the sun for a prolonged period of time make sure you wear some type of protection. Prolonged sun exposure can lead to a variety of problems like premature wrinkles, sun burn, freckles, and even skin cancer.
If you want better skin, drop the fat-free diet. Believe it or not, your skin actually benefits from eating fats. Try adding a little more fat to your diet. Stick to healthy, unsaturated fats. Foods like olive oil, almonds and fatty fish all contain unsaturated fats that will reduce dry, itchy skin.
Much is made of the petite jars of eye-related skin care products. Eye cream is a great example. However, next time you are at the department store cosmetic counter, feel free to walk right by the eye cream. Eye cream is nothing more than moisturizer with a slightly different consistency: ingredient comparisons show that they are basically the same. And unlike moisturizers, eye creams usually have no sun protection factor, which means the skin under your eyes is burning while everywhere else is protected.
As you have read, there are real solutions to skin care problems and real answers to your questions about it. Take what you have learned to heart and to practice. Spare yourself the agony of endless spending and trial and error. Be smart about your skin care by staying informed and knowing what works best for you, which you have hopefully learned today!