Make your own Natural Skin Care from your own ... Kitchen
I hope you have been taking good care of your skin.
Last month I promised you to share a great secret, in order for
you to achieve a beautiful smooth skin.
The BEST thing you can do for your skin is to exfoliate (scrub) your skin,
at least once or twice a week.
The reason, behind this action is, that by doing that we remove all
the dead skin cells, which gets replacedwith new fresh skin cells.
Please be advised NOT to try this if your skin is dry or if it has break outs.
Here is simple way to make your own facial scrub, in a few minutes while you spend time in your kitchen.
You will need:
•1 fresh lemon.
•Half a tea spoon of brown sugar.
Mix them together.Half a tea spoon of honey, with half a spoon of brown sugar and add enough squeezed lemon juice.Make sure that the texture is not too thick or too thin and that the sugar grains are not too rough. (First try it on the back of your hand)
When the mixture is semi smooth apply it on your cleansed face with a bit of water.
Start to exfoliate from your T panel working down to your chin.
Then do the same process with your cheeks.
Keep emulsifying with water if its getting a bit dry.
Exfoliate for about two minutes then leave it on your skin for about 5 minutes.
Rinse off and tone and then apply your moisturizer.Your skin will become smoother in no time !!!
Please note that the weather is changing, so please keep your skin well moisturized, drink lots of water and keep applying skin block wherever you are. (Work, Shopping, etc.)
Sun will get to you anyhow, anywhere.
TIP: You cannot layer Sun Blocks
That means that if your moisture has S.P.F (Sun Protection Factor) of 15 and your foundation S.P.F. is also 15, that doesn’t give you atotal S.P.F of 30!
It will give you the S.P.F of the product you last applied.
You also need to protect your skin from U.V.B (Ultra Violet Burn)
and U.V.A. (Ultra Violet Aging) from the sun.
Sunscreen testing and labelling started to change from 2008 following the new European Commission recommendation aimed at keeping sun safety simple.
Industry worked closely with the Commission on this, and the idea is to standardise as much as possible the way products are tested and labelled throughout Europe, so that whatever country people buy their sunscreen in, they’ll get the UVB and UVA protection they want with minimum confusion.So it’s best to get products that contain both: U.V.B and U.V.A protection!