Beauty is women. The external beauty of women is delivered through skin- essential theme building personality. Beauty adds to our personality giving us the confidence to be ourselves. It helps us shine.
Here are some recommended beauty tips that could be followed at home.
If you are in your 30s
Wash with a gentle cleanser, followed by a moisturizer. If you have oily skin, use a cleanser but skip the moisturizer. All skin types should finish up with sunscreen and, budget permitting, a vitamin C cream that contains ascorbic acid.
Rinse with a mild cleanser. Oily-skinned or acne-prone women should follow up with a prescription product that combats breakouts and photo ageing (sun damage). Women with drier skin can start applying retinol creams to help reverse damage.
If you are in your 40s
All skin types should use a gentle soap or cleanser, followed by a vitamin C cream, a sunscreen and if your skin is dry, and a moisturizer that won't clog your face.
Wash with a gentle soap or cleanser, such as a foaming face wash, then apply a retinol product or for stronger exfoliation, something with retin-A.
If you are in your 50s
Whatever be your skin type, rinse with a gentle cleanser, and follow with a moisturizer.
Wash with a gentle soap or cleanser then apply any vitamin A product. Don't exfoliate even a washcloth can be too harsh on more mature skin.
If you are in your 60s
Wash with a mild soap or cleanser, and then apply a gentle moisturizer containing a sunscreen.
Before going to bed, apply a prescription retinoid cream (women with oily skin should use it every day; for women with drier skin, every other day or two to three times per week is sufficient). Finish up with a gentle moisturizing cream to soothe the skin
Cleansing removes dirt, bacteria and dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. Cleansing skin care is perhaps one of the most important things we can do to help keep our skin looking healthy and beautiful. Without cleansing, our faces would develop a build-up of materials that would make our faces dirty, shiny and dull. The bacteria and dirt on our face would also increase the risk of bacterial infections, leading to skin problems like acne. Cleansing is particularly important for people with oily skin, who have excess oil on their face which attracts dirt and debris.
Cleansing should not just stop with the face. Body cleansing is also important. However, a different type of cleansing may be needed for the body, than the cleansing which is needed for the face.
Facial toning does a number of things to keep your skin looking healthy. Firstly, it removes traces of dirt and debris that are left after cleansing. It also restores the skin's natural pH balance.
Toning is very beneficial for the pores. It helps tighten them up so that there is less chance of infection and acne. A good toner can tone up the skin and make it appear smoother
Moisturizing helps hydrate the skin and prevent it from further moisture loss. It can also provide a protective barrier to stop moisture from escaping from the skin. Water and many skin care products can strip the skin of moisture. Moisturizing lotion helps replace that loss moisture. It is very important for people with dry skin, who have less sebum (the skin's natural oil) on their skin.
Face masks can also have a moisturizing effect. Moisturizing face masks are very good for people with dry skin who may need some extra moisture and attention.
Exfoliating removes the surface layer of skin, along with any dirt, debris and dead skin cells. It provides a more thorough clean than cleansing. Removing the top layer of skin helps the new healthy skin to appear.