Get And Keep The Perfect Smooth Skin
How To Get The Smooth Skin You Desire And Keep It?
Is it conceivable to have truly gorgeous, smooth skin at any age? Even with today’s stress, air pollution and traffic congestion? And the harsh sun radiating directly on our skin? Most certainly!
We are all beautiful in our own way, but disparate skin tones actually do call for different care that targets a certain zone of attention. Fair skin for example may show ruddiness, but darker skin types haves more of a chance of showing visible discoloration.
Different skin complexities required different treatment and maintenance. No matter what shade your complexion, fair toned, medium toned or dark toned – we have some special ideas to keep your skin looking smooth and young.
Fair Toned Skin
- Zero in on sun protection, moisture balancing and wrinkle prevention.
- Since you’re likely more sensitive, use a gentle cleanser instead of a scrub. Follow up with a moisturizer with at least SPF 30 full-spectrum sunscreen. For hyper sensitive people, purchase facial sunscreen from your doctor or local beauty salon.
- Opt for a cream that contains alpha-hydroxy acids or retinol to help speed up cell turnover during sleep.
- Keep an eye on moles and growths, if they grow bigger over time or just look weird, get a doctor’s opinion.
- Exfoliate twice a week to cut down on dullness and signs of aging.
Medium Toned skin
Focus on reducing pores and oily buildup, hyper-pigmentation from waxing and pimples keep densely-packed hair growth on the face in check
- Salicylic acid washes are great for freshening your skin. Stay away from astringents and lotions that have a cooling effect, especially on freshly-shaven areas. Apply a lotion that does not contain ethyl or isopropyl alcohol. While alcohol and alcohol-based products may feel cooling, they don’t really soothe irritated skin because alcohol evaporates rapidly from the skin.
- To blend out spots like old pimples and bug bites, use a fade gel or cream. Hydroquinone-spiked fading creams reduce the production of new melanin and help to whisk away existing spots. Newer fading formulas use botanicals purported to help disperse existing pigment clusters into less noticeable particles.
- Lotions that slow hair growth on the face and body can help with uneven coloring. To get rid of facial hair, threading may be better than waxing, since there’s less of a chance of hyper-pigmentation.
Dark Toned Skin
Focus on keeping your skin tone even and taking preventative measures against acne and other skin acids.
- Wash your skin with a salicylic acid cleanser to prevent breakouts, followed by an anti-blemish oil-free moisturizer. Sunscreen is still a must, even with darker skin.
- Use a rich body moisturizer such as Shea or Cocoa Butter that won’t wear off during the day to avoid the dread ashiness.
- For the body, shower gel is generally better than soap since it’s not as drying, unless you use a moisturizing soap.
- Ingrown hairs are a big problem when shaving. Use a sharp razor, thick shave cream or even hair conditioner and finish up with Bikini Bare razor bump gel or cream.