The skin is the single largest organ of the human body. Caring for it is not a matter to be taken lightly. Healthy, well-treated skin is attractive and a source of self-esteem. Taking care of this great big organ is really a matter of simple little tasks – here are just a few of them.
For great skin care after you wash your face correctly you should use a exfoliant. Find the correct one for your skin type and try to get a granular one. That way it can help scrub off your dead skin cells and help to smooth the rough areas on your face which ca help your lotion work better.
Try to avoid roughly drying your face with a towel. Your facial skin is very delicate and this can also strip away any mositure that it obtained through bathing. You need to dry your face gently. Do this by taking your towel and dabbing it gently on your face to help it retain some post-bath moisture.
To avoid breakouts or discoloration of your skin, never go to bed with your makeup on. Even oil-free makeup can clog pores and affect the tone and clarity of your skin. If you just do not have the energy to give your face a thorough wash after a long day, then stock up on cleanser cloths. One quick swipe could make all the difference.
Try creating a dry flax seed mask at home to use on your dry skin. Put a teaspoon of flax seed in a bowl and add a glass of water to it. Heat it to make it thick. Apply your toner to your face first. After that, use a cotton bud and apply it to your face; leave it on for at least twenty minutes. Wash off using toner.
Skin care is like any big job – really it is just a bunch of little jobs. The preceding tips are only some of the little jobs you can integrate into an effective skin care routine. Take advantage of the ones that feel right to you, and always be on the lookout for more little skin jobs.