The first thing that pops to mind when you think of summer is its heat and along with it, sweating and sticky skin. You find it really difficult remaining fresh and glowing for meetings and special occasions. Understanding your problem, here are some tips to help you remain fresh and glowing even in the hot summer.
Looking at the mirror, you wonder what you can do about those lip wrinkles. Well, it’s all part of the aging process, and not only you, everyone gets it. These deep grooves around your mouth however make your lip makeup bleed and is more prominent if you smoke, spend too much time in the sun or neglected your skin and have not applied any anti-wrinkle cream or moisturizer.
Your skin’s collagen levels reducing and skin becoming thinner is all part of the aging process. While it is a fact that lip wrinkles are inevitable, with some care and the following preventive tips, you will be able to minimize its appearance.
Only a mother knows the bliss and agony of having a baby. The baby is a beauty, but the baby’s associated responsibilities can take its toll on the mother. You end up so busy that you hardly find time to spend on any particular skin care routine.
However this doesn’t imply that you should neglect your skincare routine. Hormone fluctuations now can lead to various skin problems like acne to blotchy discolorations. So here are some tips you could follow for both your internal and external skincare.
Going for a long flight? Worried about your skin and how you will look getting off the plane? Well, here’s some help at making you look like a beauty queen when you get off the plane after such a long flight.
- Hydrate yourself from within
It’s very important that you first hydrate yourself from within by drinking some water or coconut water, which is rich in vitamins. With your body full of liquids, you can easily combat the cabin’s dry air. However drinking coffee and soda does not count.
An itching man is an uncomfortable and unsightly sight. However it is a predicament they can’t do much about without the right skincare as while there are various reasons for itchy skin, the most common cause is dryness. Once your skin grows dry, it gets flaky, irritated and itchy. So here are some tips to help you keep your skin hydrated and thus prevent itchy skin.
- Change to liquid cleansers
If you have always been using the many men’s soaps available in the market, it’s time to change and use a men’s body wash. This is because the mass-market soaps can dry your skin with its fragrances and other irritants.
Sensitive skin is a sensitive issue as it’s more prone to irritation than other skin types. This is why men suffering from the condition need to use the right skin products to keep your skin healthy and prevent skin problems.
- No point overusing skincare products
There’s no point in using your men’s skincare products more than directed to get fast results as you only end up doing more harm than good. This means if you use face and body scrubs everyday instead of only 3-4 times a week, you end up with skin redness, irritation and other problems.
So you’re proud that you are physically fit and healthy with regular swimming, running, biking and playing in team games? Well, while this is true, you also need to take care of your skin amidst all this. If you don’t know how to go about this, here are some tips which should help you.
It’s not enough to look for help and guidance for the right foods to eat for clear skin. You should also know about the foods you shouldn’t eat and avoid as some foods do more damage to your skin than others. For example:
Only those with dry facial skin know how uncomfortable, unattractive and annoying it is to deal with. This dry skin is triggered by various factors like use of harsh products, over-cleansing, wrong nutrition and dehydration. Whatever the reason may be, dry skin is irritating and may require drastic measures to fight and prevent dry skin from occurring.
Water retention is a common problem triggered by various factors like excess salt intake, protein deficiency, thyroid disease, blocked lymph channels, physical inactivity, high levels of waste and hormonal changes because of the menstrual cycle. In fact, most of the time, it’s triggered by disorders of the kidney, heart and liver.
Edema or swollen tissues is the most obvious symptom of water retention and is most prominent in legs, feet and ankles. As water retention is more a symptom than a disease, don’t neglect widespread or long term edema.