Friday, August 7, 2015

Few Great Tips To Keep Your Skin Alive While Having Fun On European Roads

Few Great Tips To Keep Your Skin Alive While Having Fun On European Roads
For every Asian and other people as well from across the world, travelling to Europe is no less than a dream. Well, Europe, being an extremely beautiful continent rightly deserves to be called as a dream destination. But nothing in this world is as lovable to you as your skin, right? So, it becomes damn important for all the travelers to think about their most valued body part, their skin, while travelling and wandering on the European streets, otherwise returning back to your land with your skin devastated is what you are going to experience and the feeling itself will cause you a great ache.
So, let’s get some tips to come back with your skin as pretty as it is. Here it goes!

Follow the old clean-up rule!
You might be excited about your arrival in the continent but why make your skin suffer due to this. The weather has changed completely and the skin requires more attention. Do not skip the cleaning steps before sleeping every night. Clean your face with a mild cleanser, and if you don’t have it apply some milk with cotton, followed by using toner (you can use rosewater too in place of a toner) and then apply a light moisturizer.

Umbrella comes as skin savior!
Less polluted Europe will expose your skin to blazing sun rays and the effect of that sunlight may be horrible on your skin. So, while planning to explore the European cities, do keep a little space in your bag packs for an umbrella which you can put over your heads 
every time you are exposed to direct sunlight.

Do not skip to wearsunscreen!
Sunscreen is what you simply cannot do without during your stay in Europe. The skin left without sunscreen will not only get tanned but the tendency towards developing sunburns is also higher. So, do carry a good sunscreen with you and forget not to put it all over the skin that is uncovered while roaming in Europe. The sunscreen will also safeguard your skin while you are having a great time in water at beaches.

Steam it baby!
If you think your skin is getting crankier, choose to steam it. To rejuvenate the skin and open up the clogged pores, steaming your face is what feels like no less than a miracle. Yes, you can perform it twice a week. If possible add some dried lavender or calendula parts to the water before you start taking its steam. For best results, this tip should be followed right before you are about to retire to your bed.

Keep watering your skin-plant!
Do remember to drink lots of water while you are staying abroad. As any plant dries up without proper liquid supply, your skin too feels an urge for proper water supply. So, for a healthily radiating skin, keep a water bottle always by your side.

Hope these tips will prove to be of great help for the skin lovers who just can’t ignore wearing a flawless skin wherever they go.

Reema Gupta [  B.A. (Hons), B.Ed ]

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Thursday, February 5, 2015

While most Beauty fans will follow a religious Cleansing and Moisturising routine, for many that's where it ends. Serums and Face masks might get the odd look in, but Facials are usually firmly in the treat category.

According to holistic Skincare expert Antonia Burrell, this could be a big mistake. She has been in the industry for over two decades and is a practitioner as well as a lecturer at the London College of Fashion. Antonia is a natural Beauty pioneer who recommends Women should have a Facial a week if possible. Obviously that's not within budget for many, with Antonia suggesting a way around that is to go and visit a Facial expert rather than relying on department stores. While the people at big shops will have training, they will also be pushed into selling as much product as possible. Facial experts, on the other hand, will be able to get to the root of your problem and suggest a Skincare regime which is affordable and fits into your daily routine.

Antonia's range is the first 100 per cent natural Skincare line which addresses biological ageing. Among the items on offer are a Cleansing oil, polishing powder, Skin conditioner - a new type of toner - and Moisturiser. Whether you select those items or not, there is one thing Antonia is big on - double Cleansing. She believes this is a quick way to better your Skin, as it really ensures all make-up and grime is removed. Some professionals suggest using two different products, like a cream Cleanser and then an oil, for the process, but Antonia believes you can get the same result from using one Cleanser twice. And that's not the only way the Facialist differs from others.

"If you are stripping you Skin with Cleanser, at some point your Skin gives up," she told Cover Media. "Sensitivity is a Skin condition rather than a type."

By this Antonia means it's vital to select products which suit your Skin and to not go too hard on your Face. If you notice your Face is feeling sensitive, think about what you've been using. Have you changed your Skincare? Has the weather changed? Are you on medication? These are all Factors and can be addressed. Sensitivity is telling you something is wrong with your Skin and once you figure out what and fix the issue, things should improve.

She believes that, in general, someone's Skin type doesn't change - but "conditions are transient".
There are other Facial Facts Antonia has cleared up too. Chiefly, that they can cause outbreaks. Spots actually take two weeks to surFace, so Facials don't create them but they can act as a "catalyst" for them to appear. A good Facialist will know how to deal with this though and stop them popping up.

Another misconception is that dry and dehydrated Skin is one and the same. Not so - dry Skin feels tight, while dehydrated doesn't. To tell if your Skin is dehydrated, Antonia suggests squashing it together; if lines appear, you have the condition.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Best Top Hand Healers for Every SkinCare Problem

The Winter weather not only forces us to bundle up to handle what the outdoors throw at us, but it also takes a toll on our Skin.

Dermatologists say the Skin has a lack of moisture in the cold temperatures that leads to dry, red and irritated Skin. Some simple solutions to prevent dry Skin are using lukewarm water when you shower and choosing bar soap over body wash.

You can also hold some of the moisture in your Skin by using creams and lotions. 

"If these creams and products don't seem to be helping, you may actually have hand eczema, foot eczema or Atopic dermatitis, a condition which you might need professional help.

Primary Care doctor or a dermatologist can prescribe medication to handle those more serious Skin issues. 

When your hands start to resemble real-life alligator Skin (especially in winter!), it’s time to give them some TLC. Slather on the super-hydrating Skinfix Hand Repair 
emollient formula is loaded with calming oats and shea butter to soothe eczema, dryness, or wind-burned Skin. 

Keep your face looking healthy with these 12 Beauty Products for Gorgeous Winter Skin.

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 your primary Care doctor or a dermatologist can prescribe medication to handle those more serious Skin issues.