An overview of the healthy skincare routine
Our skin is the largest organ of our body. Therefore, our healthy skincare routine directly affects our overall health. Moreover, we know that our skin works as a protective shield and it is most exposed to the outside elements. And it is affected by more factors than we ever think of it. Therefore, we have mentioned below the factors that can play a key role in overall skincare health.
- Direct contact to UV radiations such as tanning beds is not safe at all
- Direct contact with chemical toxins such as tobacco
- Exposed to direct sun contact for a long time
- Not taking rest, nutrition and fluids properly
- It causes pre-aging
How to improve your skin health?
There are so many steps by which you can get healthier skin. These steps may include:
- By regular cleansing, more often twice a day
- If you have oily skin, must apply toner after cleansing
- And if you have dry skin, then must apply moisturizer after cleansing
- Exfoliation can be helpful in removing the dead skin cells and also brightening up your complexion
Despite the daily skincare routine, you must have to make a habit of examining your skin on the regular basis for discolorations and abnormalities. For getting smooth skin have you ever examined yourself on the annual basis by a dermatologist or a doctor. More if:
- You have a fair complexion or have larger moles on your face
- If you are in direct contact of the sun or using other tanning beds
- You have genetic skin problems, growth, or irritation
Furthermore, it is more important to protect your skin from direct sun exposure because it can increase wrinkles which lead to skin cancer as well. Therefore, it is essential to use sunscreen or cover your skin from the harmful rays of the sun. If your skin issues are getting worse, then you must see your doctor or dermatologist.
Must understand skincare products first
There are so many skincare products are available in the market. Therefore, you must have to understand the functionality of these products first. These products are presented as reliable sources to turn back or permanently remove skin problems. All you need is to do proper research and pay attention to decide which skincare products are necessary and useful as well. Proper research will help you to take decisions about the products as they are necessary of harmful for your skin health. For this purpose, you can take advice from the doctor as well.
However, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) of the U.S has synchronized many skincare products. And it may also legalize the products that can change the physical structure of a person and also other biochemical processes within the body.
However, the skincare products that are categorized as dietary supplements or cosmetics are not synchronized. These products may include:
- Hair coloring
Healthy skincare products
There are several OTC (out-of-counter) skincare products, which may help you to make your skin smoother and shinier. However, be sure about these skincare products as if they are suitable for your skin type or not.
- Skin Exfoliators
- Mild, gentle cleansers
- Alpha hydroxy acid (AHA)
Moisturizers: Moisturizers are considered as the extra layer of protection for your skin and also help you to stay hydrated. Therefore, choose the best facial moisturizer and apply it on a daily basis to make your skin shinier and smoother. And also don’t forget to apply moisturizing body lotion as well to keep your overall body smooth.
Skin Exfoliators: Exfoliate your skin on the regular basis to remove the dead cells and build up the smooth skin as dead-skin cells cause a rough and uneven look. Apply the scrub on your face in a slow circular motion with gentle pressure to exfoliate safely. However, you must scrub at least once a week.
Mild, gentle cleansers: The AAD (American Academy of Dermatology) recommends the use of mild and gentle cleansers. Wash your face with a nonabrasive, alcohol-free, and gentle cleanser in the morning and before going to bed.
Alpha hydroxy acid (AHA): Alpha hydroxy acids are the animal and plant acids that are used in most skincare products. They help to exfoliate, blood flow and even promote collagen and also reduce wrinkles.