SkinCare 101

1. Exfoliate

Dry skin looks matte, flaky, and dull. To smooth your skin and keep it healthy, exfoliation is important.

Exfoliating removes dead skin cells, dust, dirt, and impurities and smooths your skin so it reflects light and looks polished. Regular exfoliation clears out clogged pores and hair follicles to prevent acne. It also allows your skin to more easily absorb moisturizers and other skin care products

2. Ice Water Challenge

For a temporary pore-less look, you can submerge your face in a quick ice bath. The cold water forces the rest of your body to increase circulation and warm up, causing your face to have a rosy flushed look.

Even after you wash your face, give your face a quick cold-water rinse to close your pores and prevent bacteria and dirt from entering your pores.

3. Moisturize

Whether you have dry, oily, or in-between skin, you should moisturize each day. Using a high-quality organic moisturizer or facial serum is vital to improving and maintaining the way your skin looks and feels.

Moisturizers are meant to help your skin hold in moisture, and also reduce the appearance of rough, dry, or cracked skin.

4. Sun Protection

You have heard this one time and time again: beware of the sun’s harmful rays.

The sun is great for achieving a bronzed look and soaking up doses of Vitamin D. However, UV rays are harsh and damage the texture of your skin and can even lead to skin cancer. Slather on the organic SPF to avoid the harsh chemicals found in many sunscreens, wear a hat and sunglasses, and sit in the shade whenever possible.

Even a little exposure to the sun’s harmful rays can cause irreversible harm and age you prematurely. Be sun smart and say goodbye to sunspots.

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