Skincare Routine For Dry Skin A.M. Splash your face with lukewarm water, moisturize with a lotion or cream, depending on your preference and level of dryness. Follow with eye cream. Apply sunscreen 15 to 30 minutes before leaving your house. P.M. Wash your face with a creamy cleanser that does not foam. If this isn't… Continue reading A.M. & P.M. Basic Skincare Routine for Dry Skin!!!
A.M. & P.M. Basic Skincare Routine For Normal Skin!!! For the A.M. Wash your face with a mild foaming cleanser or splash your face with luke-warm water. Moisturize with a lightweight lotion. You might want a heavier lotion or cream in the colder months or if you live in a dry climate. Apply eye… Continue reading A.M. & P.M. Basic Skincare Routine For Normal Skin!!!
Always use SPF 15 or higher. You want a broad spectrum formula, meaning that it protects against both UVA and UVB rays. Chemical Block These sunscreens have ingredients that absorb ultraviolet radiation and, as a result, prevent your skin from soaking up the rays. The best ingredient to look for is called Parsol 1789. Physical… Continue reading How-To Choose The Right Sunscreen For Your Skin!!!!
During a harsh winter, avoid getting red chapped, sore nose by applying a little lip balm around your nostrils before heading outside. Keep an atomizer of water handy to spritz on skin that feels dry or tired, for a pick me up. If you want stunning, luminous skin, keep alcohol and caffeine to a minimum.… Continue reading Winter Beauty Tips!!!
Headed for the airport? Skip the makeup and reapply moisturizer throughout the flight to keep your skin hydrated. Let's get to these travel beauty tips. If you're going to splurge on a skincare product, put your big bucks down for an eye cream that's packed with age-fighting ingredients. The newest formulas can create a visible… Continue reading Travel Beauty Tips & Tricks!!!
This super-simple scrub gently buffs away dead skin. The oatmeal grains are a natural exfoliant. Oatmeal and baking soda also absorb oil and dirt. This scrub is good for every skin tone. What You Will Need: Measuring Spoons 2 Tablespoons of Oatmeal 1 Teaspoon of Baking Soda A Bowl Water A Spoon A Basin … Continue reading How-To Make An Oatmeal Soda Scrub!!!
Skin-care technology has grown by leaps and bounds, allowing us to manipulate our skins in ways never before possible. Today mattifying agents can improve oily skin, retinoids can erase the years and full-spectrum sunscreens protect all year round. Yet increased awareness and the proliferation of beauty products has led to a lot of confusion when… Continue reading Skin-Care Necessities!!!
The term 'skin type' refers to two things: how much sebum your skin produces, and where this sebum is most heavily produced. But our skin changes - greasy one day and dry the next. It's under constant attack from internal factors like fluctuating hormones and poor diet, which lead to oiliness and spots, and from… Continue reading All About Your Skin Type: How-To & Tips and Tricks!!!
Rosacea is an area of redness on the skin. It most commonly occurs in the cheek area and across the nose, as well as the chin and sometimes the forehead. A lot of women develop slight cases of rosacea after they start having "their own private summers," due to the hormonal changes of menopause. Some… Continue reading All About Rosacea!!!
Many skincare products contain preservatives that give them a longer shelf life. Even so, after a year or two, or if a product starts to smell different, it is time to toss it out. Once it begins to go bad, a product becomes ineffective. Since heat and sunlight accelerate this process, keep your skin care… Continue reading How to Store Your Skincare Products!!!