Exfoliation is a process wherein dead skin cells are removed to clear the pores of dirt to get healthy skin. It is performed after you cleanse and tone your skin. With regular exfoliation, you can make your skin not only smooth, but also look young and radiant. There is no need of exfoliating the skin everyday; you need to apply an exfoliating mask only once or twice a week.
Now that you know that oatmeal is indeed great for your skin and body, here are some more interesting recipes you can try out for improved skin and health. High in antioxidants, it is no wonder that oatmeal is useful in so many ways to the human body!
Oatmeal is great for health and beauty reasons as it is rich in antioxidants and minerals like potassium, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus. It is a great natural skin cleanser, especially great for sensitive skin. In fact, it is very commonly used as a mild soap too and can help give relief from itching and minor irritation.
The previous post mentioned why natural and home skin whitening techniques and recipes are safer and better for your skin. Here are some more recipes which if followed ardently everyday for fifteen days or more will definitely help at lightening your skin by one or two tones.
So you are not happy with your skin color, and want a brighter complexion. The best thing you can do to achieve this is skin whitening. Though there are various products you can try in the market to improve your complexion, it’s safer and easier depending on home remedies, which offer a natural skin whitening treatment option.
People of African-American or African descent may have heard the term ‘ashy skin’. This is a skin condition which is also known by the scientific names, keratinized dehydrated disorder, asteatosis or xerosis. The condition it is actually a simple and very dry skin condition which is associated with a whitish or grayish coloring.
Now you know most of the tips you need to follow to avoid dry skin this winter through the previous post. However there are more helpful tips worth knowing. So here are these tips which should ensure your winter goes well this year, without much dry or cracked skin.
Most people associate winter with the snow and merriment. However in addition to this, there are many people who suffer with the consequences of the cold on their skin. The seasonal changes of the temperature and the lower humidity does trigger dryness and ashiness. While those with normal, oily or combination skin find their skin getting drier, those who already have dry or sensitive skin find their skin worsening during the winter months.
Winter’s settled and you see snow all around you. The natural thing to do in this climate is to put all your sunscreens away and just bundle yourself in woolies if and when you go outside. You think you need not care much for your skin nowadays as you aren’t in the sun much. However it is this thought of yours which is wrong.
Many people know that allergies, environmental pollution, food, infections and psychological problems like increased stress trigger skin rashes. Along with these known causes, there are also some preventive measures which can be adopted to prevent the advent of skin rashes.