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Monthly Archives: May 2017

How to Prevent Sunburn Peeling

Preventing your skin from peeling when you have sunburn is something that can be done if you know the appropriate steps to follow.

The first thing to remember is that skin peels because it is dead and dried out. So if you can avoid your skin from becoming dried out, you should be able to avoid peeling.

The best way to prevent sunburn peeling is by keeping your skin lubricated at all times. This is not always an easy thing to do, but if you stay devoted you should not have any problems at all. Most people stick to a lotion that can be bought at any store. If you can find one that contains aloe vera you should consider buying it; it will soothe and rehydrate your skin in no time at all.

If you are not having any luck with the lotion that you buy at the store, visit your doctor. They may be able to prescribe a stronger formula that will help to prevent peeling.

Also, drinking a lot of water will keep your skin hydrated, and the peeling to a minimum.

Overall, it is possible to prevent sunburn. There is no reason to give into the fact that you will have to deal with unsightly peeling for a few days. By staying devoted to a routine, you will have no problems avoiding peeling the next time you stay out in the sun a bit too long.

 

Get Healthy and Youthful Looking Skin with These Tips

# Use a gentle cleanser on a daily basis. Choose a cleanser that washes away dirt and impurities without drying the skin out. Look for organic and paraben free products.

# Use a hydrating toner on a daily basis. Hydrating toners remove any impurities that are left on the skin; balance the skin’s pH levels, and combats the effects of environmental exposure. While there are some toners that are too harsh and irritate skin, finding a gentle organic product made with plant extracts is essential.

# Replenish skin both day and night. Purchase products that replenish the moisture in the skin and decrease the appearance of aging.

To get even more spectacular results, include scientifically advanced products that are made to refine and brighten the skin complexion. If women do this, they will be amazed at what their skin will look and feel like in a few short weeks. Here are additional tips to follow when looking for the Enhancers

# If seeking to treat skin for fine line’s wrinkles, and imperfections, use a product called “Serum Intensive”. This product helps to diminish the look of fine lines and wrinkles, plus increases skin’s firmness. This works best for oily skin. Use it after a hydrating toner.

# For women looking to reduce blotchiness and increase radiance, seek products that brighten and retextures the skin’s appearance, leaving it clearly radiant and smooth. This product can also be used after a hydrating toner. A perfect product for this is “Perfecting Essence”.

# For women dissatisfied with crow’s feet and dark circles under the eyes, an eye product is essential. Look for a product that smoothes away the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eye area while decreasing the look of dark circles. This product should be used after a hydrating toner.

# Lastly, for women who want to improve dull and uneven skin texture, use a product called “Rice Bran Polisher”. This product gently exfoliates dead skin cells from the skin?s surface and reveals a glowing complexion. It’s best used 2-3 times per week after a gentle daily cleanser.

 

Summer Skin Care Tips

Vitamin D from sunshine will help your bones become stronger. You just need a little sunshine a day for that process. Too much sun exposure can be very counter-productive and even cause winkles, burns and skin cancer. Early morning sunshine is the best for your health. You should avoid sun exposure from 12PM to 2PM because that is the time when sunshine is the most intense.

Don’t forget to apply your sunblock before going out. Using sunblock doesn’t only help prevent irritating burns caused by intense sunshine but also reduces the risk of skin cancer and cataracts. You should buy sunblock with an SPF number no lower than 15. In fact, you should go for as high a number as possible and remember to apply the sunblock as least 20 minutes before going out as it may take some time to start working.

In a hot summer, your body in general and your skin in particular can easily lose water. Drinking water frequently improves the excretion of your skin and prevents pimples. Drink at least 8 glasses of water per day and drink more if you often have to go out.

If you feel your skin burning after being in intense sunshine, tonic lotion can help cool down your skin and speed up its recovery. Using cleanser and tonic lotion every evening will make your skin fresh and clean, remove dead cells and extra oil which can clog your pores.

You should remember that summer is the season of insects. Be ready for that by buying creams and lotions which can relieve the redness and burning sensation if you are stung by mosquitoes or other insects. You should ask your doctor for advice about what kinds of creams and lotions are suitable for you if you have sensitive skin. If you choose a cream which doesn’t suit your skin, the result can be much worse than a sting.

In addition, you should supply your skin with sufficient nutrients to cope with the hot summer. You should eat food which is rich in selenium, beta-carotene, vitamin A, C and E. Selenium can be found in meat, crab, shrimps, cheese, etc. Beta-carotene and vitamin A are found in carrots, egg yolk, fish liver oil, etc. Vitamin C can be found in most fruits, especially in oranges, lemons, strawberries and pineapples. Milk, butter, nuts and vegetables are rich in Vitamin E, which slows down the aging process of your skin.