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Keep skin hydrated:


  Avoid exposure to dry air.

  Avoid prolonged contact with hot or chlorinated water.

  Use a gentle cleanser instead of soap.

  Avoid using skin care products that contain alcohol.

  Moisturize immediately after a bath or shower and regularly throughout the day use a humidifier.

  Wear a scarf and gloves when going out in cold weather.

 

Healthy Eating: Remember, many of the best foods for healthy skin also promote good health overall. Rather than focusing on specific foods for healthy skin, concentrate on a healthy diet in general and Strive for variety as you're making healthy choices.

 

Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables.

Choose low-fat or fat-free dairy products. 

Include nuts, seeds and beans in your favorite meals.

Opt for whole-grain breads and pasta.

Limit sweets and salts.

Drink plenty of water.

 

 

If you Over the age of 30:


Get a facial and deep pore cleaning once a month. (help  speed up your cell renewal and make your skin look smooth, healthy, moist and radiant).

Exfoliate using mild facial scrub. (exfoliation will rid the skin of those dead skin cells and give the skin a more toned and youthful glow).

Limit Exposure to the Sun and use sun block when exposed.

Avoid skin products and make up that natural with least chemicals and fragrance free.

 

What Causes Problems for Oily Skin:



 Using skin care products that dry out the skin too much. If oily skin becomes too dry, it will produce more oil.

Excessive Scrubbing or Rubbing stimulates and increases oil production.

Fatty Foods. The oil or fat comes through the pores making oily skin worse.

Using a moisturizer when your skin is already too oily.

 Using a skin care regimen that is designed for dry skin when your skin is oily but feels dry periodically due to climate changes.

Poor diet, stress, hormones, or medication.

 

 

Sleeping on silk skin and hair benefit:


anti-aging benefit: there is documented research to show that sleeping on silk pillowcases prevents aging. silk contains natural proteins and 18 essential amino acids which also help to counter the effects of aging.

 

hypoallergenic: because of the small areas between the individual silk threads there is not much space that allows dust and other allergens to sit and irritate your skin, eyes, or nasal passages.  additionally, the smooth nature of silk allows many of the things that may hide in traditional cotton pillowcases to simply glide away, leaving you to sleep and breathe easier through the night.

 

less absorbent than cotton: one of the properties of cotton is its ability to absorb many times its weight of a liquid.  silk doesn’t do that.  it is absorbent, yet its absorbency is only about 11% what this means is your face will stay moisturized for longer than with cotton or linen.

 

great for the hair: say the word “silk” and it will evoke certain images in ones’s mind.  that inherent “silkiness” means that your hair is not spending the night rubbing against surfaces that do not glide, causing friction and ultimately hair breakage and bed head.

 

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