By now you've purchased enough body scrubs to know they are NOT all the same. The experience will vary from product to product. Some contain ZERO lasting benefits and wash right off the skin and down the drain along with your investment. It's frustrating and disappointing to say the least.
Let's put an end to that by looking at the ingredients that will make a HUGE difference when they are in your body scrub.
Dealing with the psychological issues of Covid have been bad enough, but many are suffering with physical issues as well.
The term “maskne” has been coined referring to individuals who are experiencing acne and mild to severe skin irritations because of wearing a mask for extended periods of time. Some are experiencing rosacea flareups, contact dermatitis, hair follicle infections, and mild to severe pain and itchiness.
Let's explore 5 TIPS TO PREVENT AND TREAT MASKNE
Muscle memory probably isn’t something you’ve thought about when it comes to your face, right? You’ve likely only heard about muscle memory in the context of working out at the gym. But what you need to know is muscle memory is part of what contributes to advanced aging of the face. It contributes to deep wrinkles, pesky frown lines at the corners of the mouth, and those vertical creases in between your eyes and other such etchings on the face.
Please don’t think this means you have to learn facial exercises because those can actually cause more problems. The muscles on the face are much more delicate than the large muscles on the body and this calls for more delicate and precise treatments.
No one wants to have thinning hair or scanty lashes and brows. But is there really anything we can do about it? Let’s take a look at this sensitive topic so we can separate fact from fiction.
Because our hair has a huge impact on our appearance, we are invested in maintaining it. It then behooves us to understand what we can do to combat hair loss. I see just as much concern about lash and brow loss, as scalp hair loss these days. And rightly so. Aging shows no mercy on hair loss for many of us.
Do you find yourself rushing as wash your hands, or brushing your teeth in a mindless trance, or drying your hair as quickly as you can, and barely notice the face looking back at you as you stand in front of the mirror?
Sadly, the weeks and months and years go by so quickly that you might not remember the last time you stopped and REALLY looked into the eyes of the face starring back at you.
Let’s face it, we demand a lot from our skin. Having access to high performance products and high-tech devices is fantastic but if we get carried away, and don’t work in some rest periods, skin can start rebelling.
With pretty much anything, too much can be not-so-great for us. Using too many skincare products too frequently and/or too enthusiastically can overwork your skin, aging it more, not less, and looking worse instead of better.
You know I’m not a fan of chasing every skincare fad and most of the time less is more in skincare but there are a few special at-home treatments that are excellent for nourishing the skin.
One of them is called 7 Skins, a K-beauty system for saturating the skin using an ESSENCE to the point skin is full. What this looks like when done properly, is very plump, smooth skin immediately following the treatment.
We're all stuck at home more than we'd like to be these days. So why not take advantage of this time to create your at-home facial contour massage treatment. It will feel great and you'll achieve some anti-aging benefits.
It's always best to start with clean skin so give your face a nice cleanse with your favorite cleanser. Let's start first with understanding facial anatomy.