Ever since I was little, my mom always used to tell me how taking care of my skin was really important. I really never understood why it was so important after she told me how the skin not only protected us from the heat and the cold but it keeps you looking good. If you treat it well, you will look good and you will feel good. This is why we should always nurture and take very good care of our biggest organ in the body! Yes, skin is the largest organ in the body, isn’t that a cool fact!
So many factors contribute to having a good, healthy skin. One of the most important things to note is that having a healthy skin not only means treating it well with creams and exfoliants, but there are also some things to avoid. The sun is a huge NO NO for your skin. Even though it provides some vitamins for the skin, excessive exposure to the sun damages you in so many ways. So to protects yourself from all of the harmful UV rays from the sun, be sure to never leave your home without SPF 15 or 30 daily.
Trust me, it sounds like a burden but as my grandmother tells me: If someone had told me that wearing sunblock everyday would actually bring benefits to my skin at this age, I would’ve totally done it. Some other good things that you can do to your skin are:
- Have a healthy diet. Healthy food contributes to having a healthy glow!
- Wash your face twice a day with warm water.
- Do NOT pop pimples. It is tempting, I know, but because we are no experts, popping pimples by ourselves can actually result in more redness and scarring.
- Remove your make-up before you go to sleep!
- Put a night cream or lotion that will moisturize your skin overnight.
- Keep your hair clean and out of your face. This will prevent additional oil from clogging your pores.
- Avoid touching your face with your fingers because it can spread bacteria that causes pores to become irritated.
- Apply face masks once or twice a week!
- Here are some more tips..