Right skincare products and cosmetics


Right skincare products and cosmetics
Right skincare products and cosmetics

Cosmetics often are mistakenly viewed as things we put on the face. The fact is some of those cosmetics become part of the skin, if only for a while, and so should be chosen with the same care and attention to quality that you give to the food you eat or the medicine you take. Without this care and attention, cosmetics will have that put-on, sober look. A fresh, natural look can come from applying cosmetics and skincare products correctly. There are some essential to using cosmetics. First, don't leave containers uncapped and try to put excess contents back into the box. Also, leave packages in direct sunlight and use too much makeup. Next, use the powder you don't need and expect water-based cosmetics to perform nutritional or healing functions since these can not permeate the skin. Second, you must look for quality when selecting oil-based cosmetics since these can penetrate deep into the skin. Next, use oil-based cosmetics in modest quantities, and water-based cosmetics in more generous amounts. Also, choose makeup colors according to your skin type, you select foundations and skin cleansers. Remember to buy cosmetics according to your specific needs, whether it be healing blemishes, supplying moisture, blotting the excess oil, or whatever. Finally, throw out old, stale cosmetics. 

Before buying cosmetics, decide what you want and what you want it for. If you have skin trouble such as blemishes, for instance, you'll wish to cosmetics that function as a concealer. If you suffer from acne, you'll want cosmetics that absorb oil. Read labels, and ask questions at the cosmetics counter before buying. Become familiar with your skin type and constitution. Think basics. One of the most important things you can do for your face is to discover what kind of basic cosmetics your skin needs. Ignorance can take a toll both on your skin and your pocketbook. After you pin down what type of skin you have, you will be able to choose the cosmetics and skincare products that work best for you. If you have neutral skin, vary your cosmetics according to the seasons. Your skin needs less moisture in the warmer months, more during the colder periods. First, you can use either a cleansing cream or cleansing foam. In winter and fall, when you should use an oily foundation, be sure to wipe it off, all it with a cleansing cream, then wash with cleansing foam. In spring and summer, when you should switch to a water-based foundation, use cleansing foam. Second, in fall or winter, use an oily type. For the rest of the year, use plenty of neutral-type creams massage for at least three minutes, every day. Third, when your skin feels dry, use a moisturizing oil-based product. In summer, if your skin feels oily, use a hydrophilic vanishing cream or moisture cream. Furth, pat on small amounts of a somewhat acidic lotion and apply to soften rough skin. Fifth, a touch of milky lotion is enough. Moisture lotion is beautiful, if your skin requires it, and use it according to the season. A nutritious pack guards against dryness in the colder months and a cleansing pack once a week during spring and summer prevents dirt from accumulating. 

If you have oily skin, remember that oil control is the most important thing. Learn the techniques that help to keep the skin off your face. First, in winter, wash with cleansing foam after wiping off any dirt with cleansing cream. In the warmer months, when your face feels sweaty or greasy, use cleansing foam and plenty of lukewarm water. Second, you don't need to compound the oiliness with a soothing cream, but olive oil, out of the bottle, is okay. If you are young and your skin secretes large amounts of fat, massage a few times a week, not every day, and wash your face afterward. Third, if you are young and have very oily skin, skip it. After the age of 23 or so, use somewhat, enough to cover a fingertip before bed. You don't need buttery nutrient cream at any other time. Furth, pat this lotion on to control oil. It also serves as an astringent, keeps the skin on the acid side, kills germs, and dries the skin. It would help if you used enough to consume two bottles a month. To prevent inflammation and to sterilize, apply calamine lotion. Fifth, you don't need much. Use a bit to remove rough skin and oil. If personal preference dictates that you use it, stick to moisture lotion and use a powdered pack, such as an astringent pack with almond, or kaolin clay pack to clean the skin and control oil. Finally, if your skin tends to be greasy or you sweat, in summer, wash with soap three or four times a day. This prevents pimples and rashes. Try using antibacterial soap, or one made for oily skin. 

If you have dry skin, nourish your skin with nutrient cream to ward off wrinkles and silken the complexion. First, use a rich oily-type cleansing cream, enough to fit on your thumb up to the joint. The cleansing foam is okay. Second, choose a nutrient massaging cream instead of an oily one, and nutrient cream is essential for dry skin since it is a crucial weapon in your fight against wrinkles. You have a wide range of choices here. Creams can contain an exotic array of ingredients, vitamins, squalene, amino acids, collagen, herb medicine, and other things that compensate for skin low in water and oil. Next, use a small amount to kill bacteria, slightly more in summer. Choose a moisturizing type, specially made for dry skins, or one containing oil. When your skin feels drier than usual, use to remove the rough surface, and to prevent wrinkles and drying, use either one. Finally, use a cream type pack that nourishes to smooth and moisturize. Since your skin isn't oily, you don't need it, but if you prefer to use soap, choose one with amino acids, to prevent your skin from tightening. 

If you have combination skin, t-zones and the rest of your face weren't created equal. Treat them differently. First, use on the dry areas, similar to cheeks. Skip the t-zone, forehead, nose, and chin, which is oily. Next, skip oily areas, but apply the cream on dry spots, and pat on the t-zone. Next, use more on the dry areas, less on oily spots, and use a touch of milky lotion on the dry parts. Finally, use a pack that is formulated to moisturize, and choose a neutral soap with a PH degree of acidity or alkalinity around 5-6. If you have sensitive skin, treat your skin with kid gloves, don't massage too forcefully, and choose mild ones. First, don't use cleansing cream. Work the foam into a good lather and wash gently. Don't rub skin hard, rinse to remove all traces of soap. Second, use only when your skin is free of inflammation or other trouble, not a necessary part of your regimen. Also, use a touch of moisture cream. Avoid brands with fancy ingredients, oil, perfume, or coloring, and stick to simple, pure products. Choose a mild product with low alcohol content, and even a low-alcohol brand will be astringent enough for your skin. Remember that the Alkaline lotion is unnecessary, but if you use it, choose a mild one, and for Milky lotion, use a gentle product with a low-oil, high-water content.

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Cosmetics often are mistakenly viewed as things we put on the face. The fact is some of those cosmetics become part of the skin, if only for a while, and so should be chosen with the same care and attention to quality that you give to the food you eat or the medicine you take. Without this care and attention, cosmetics will have that put-on, heavy look. A fresh, natural look can come only from applying cosmetics and skincare products correctly.
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