The skin, just like every other part of Our bodies, has a genetic build up. In other words, Genetics has a big role in the type of skin we have. However, having a glowing and youthful skin is not limited to this factor alone, a lot has to do with one’s habits and state of mind. Moreover, the latter determinants can be worked on, now that is good news.
‘If You Love Your Body, You are more likely to take care of it’.
And be religious on wearing Sunscreen.
Finding the right products can take some time. I have learned over time to listen to my skin. Moreover, You will find You need to change products sometimes, this is because the skin may get used to the regular products that it may become insensitive, or the type may just change due to some reasons. So, the important part of this tip is to LISTEN to Your skin.
The simpler and more natural looking the better. Furthermore, it is highly recommended to not sleep with make-up on. This will only result in a vicious cycle of breakouts and/or some other not-so-good effects.
Moisturizing keeps the skin hydrated, thereby giving it a supple feel and appearance.
The eye area and neck expose a person’s state of health earlier than most other parts of the Body. The eye area is so delicate and reflects stress, lack of sleep, dehydration, sensitivities etc. The neck shows some disease manifestations such as high blood sugar. Also, the neck has the ability to increase One’s age by a decade (no kidding). So, be careful what You apply to Your sensitive eye contour, get a good amount of sleep, try to reduce any form of stress. The neck requires as much attention as You give to Your face, include it in Your skincare routine.
This is the most important point. Food such as nuts, grains, avocados, vitamin-c rich ones, and much more are great for the skin.
Keep being Lovely xx