Moisturizing Tips for Better Skincare

April 16, 2017 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Beauty Tips,Skincare

Your face and body always need moisture. Quality skincare products are available for every age and type. It’s very important to prevent the sun’s damage at a very early age to inhibit cancer and skin deterioration like wrinkles from ultraviolet rays. Sun damage is permanent and can only be repaired by the dermatologists who encourage the daily use moisturizers with a high SPF factor. Apply them liberally after you wash your face in the morning and reapply a few hours after sun exposure. The regular use of night creams with alpha-hydroxy acids will nourish and exfoliate your skin while you sleep. If you are prone to acne, buy non-comedogenic formulas that will not aggravate the condition. If you have sensitive skin, use products without fragrance and paraben.

Your complexion changes as you get older. It becomes less elastic and drier. Add anti-aging elements to your skin if you are in your 40s. Aside from using an SPF moisturizer, lotions with antioxidants like Vitamin C and E will fight aging. At night, use products with retinol on your face to stimulate cell regeneration. Pay particular attention to your neck. The gentle application of an eye serum for the skin under your eyes will diminish the appearance of wrinkles.

Hydration is critical to skincare when you are 50 and older. You must be very gentle with your skin. Do not strip it of natural oils when cleansing. Add ceramides to your beauty regimen. Ceramides are very effective in fighting extreme skin dryness.


Article submitted by Dev Randhawa. For more fashion tips to make your skin look its best, follow Dev Randhawa’s fashion blog.