While some women are naturally gifted with perfectly behaved skin, some of us have to work our way to attain their free gift of genetics’ or bare luck. But even those women who have natural flawless skin often have to put in some work to maintain their beautiful skin.
We give you 5 simple, effective beauty routines every woman should practice to have a healthy skin.
Make sure you drink at least 8 glasses of water every day. Drinking enough water daily helps get rid of body and skin toxins, and it also leaves the skin with a clear glow. Water aids easy digestion, excretion, and circulation.
The skin sheds cells more than any other part of the body; therefore it constantly needs moisture to rejuvenate. Asides from drinking water, it is also important to use skin moisturizers at least twice a day. Most moisturizers often have ingredients that lock in water in the body. Also moisturizing helps slow down the aging process, protects the skin from harm and leaves the skin looking fresh and healthy.
Touching your face often can expose your skin to skin irritation. Touching the face often can also make the face more prone to breakouts or other skin conditions, because it spreads bacteria all over. Consider the fact that you touch a lot of things on a regular with your hands, and then you touch your face with that same hand. Imagine the damage you could cause unknowingly.
There are a lot of fake and harmful beauty products that are not approved but yet, flood the market. These self acclaimed skin care experts and their harmful products leave naive consumers with damaged skin and sometimes life threatening conditions. So whenever you decide to purchase skin care products, make sure to look out for the ingredients, expiry date and legal legitimacy of the brand.
A lot of people often make the mistake of using too many products at once with the hope of getting effective results, this belief causes more harm than good. Use two products at a time, and when you decide to switch products allow your skin breath for a period of 3-4 weeks before trying out a new product on your skin.