Monday, 18 July 2016

Reached 40? Take care of your skin with these tips

Skin care becomes essential after you touch 40 because that’s the time when you start showing the signs of ageing. If you don’t take it up seriously, you may end up having premature skin ageing. The anti-ageing skin care must assess the fact that the skin starts to retain lesser moisture. This makes the skin dull, uneven and drier. Even if you have not experienced wrinkles till now, it’s probably the time you will experience some. A positive approach towards skin care will help you counter many of the skin damages that are seen around 40. Here’s how you can rid of them.

  • Moisturisers play an important role when your skin shows the signs of ageing. As it happens, when you reach 40, the oil producing glands become less active. Dermatologists recommend using an oil-based moisturiser which should be composed of petroleum and antioxidants acids to minimise wrinkles. Water-based moisturisers are less effective as compared to oil-based ones.
  • Exfoliation is an excellent way to get rid of the dead and dry skin. There are a number of deal skin cells on the surface of skin which gives it an ugly and dry look. Removing deal cells with open the clogged pores improving the skin tone. Using a face scrub will assist you make the skin smooth, fresh and enhance the texture. Take appropriate precautions while applying exfoliates as you don’t want your skin to turn red.
  • Acne and pimples are extremely common and skin specialists suggest you simply treat the troubled area instead of changing your skin care product. This prevents you from applying harsh products all over the face and you can target the affected area.
  • Our body contains 60% water and is most essential element for survival, yet we do not consume enough amounts of it daily. Drinking water regularly prevents skin from drying apart from providing other benefits. Drink at least 2-3 litres every day.

Skin is one of the sense organs that God has given to us. As we grow old, it takes toll on the skin. It is up to us how we manage to give it a more refreshing look. Consider consulting a dermatologist

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