By Anika Khara
No matter the season, heat, humidity, dry air, wind, and other environmental factors can take a toll on your skin. The best way to prevent damage from extreme weather is to commit to a daily skin care routine to keep your skin healthy and beautiful.
For the skin which needs more attention and care, you can also get facials and rejuvenating treatments from a medical spa, such as microdermabrasion and chemical peels, to keep up your skin looking and feeling great.
Here are some tips for loving your skin:
Drinking a lot of water and keeping your skin well-hydrated is one of the best things you can do for your skin. As the body’s largest organ, your skin often reflects things like stress, poor diet, or a harsh environment.
By drinking a lot of water, you can help your skin flush out toxins and protect it from daily damage. Over time, you’ll notice a glowing, youthful appearance to your skin.
2. Use Sun Protection
Sun damage is one of the worst things for your skin. Not only does it prematurely age you, but it also increases your risk for skin cancer.
To keep your skin protected, use sunscreen daily. In general, you want a sunscreen that’s an SPF of 45 or higher and offers protection for both UVA and UVB light. Be sure to re-apply multiple times over the course of the day, and remember that even gloomy winter days and overcast skies don’t eliminate the risk of sun exposure.
In addition to keeping your skin hydrated from the inside, a little bit of topical moisturization never hurts. Find a moisturizer you love, and be sure to make it part of your regular skincare routine.
It may take some time to find a moisturizer that works well for your age and skin type, but it’s worth the effort.
4. Schedule a Spa Treatment
Medical spas offer many treatments to rejuvenate your skin, including microdermabrasion and chemical peels. Both treatments exfoliate your skin, and many people see smooth, glowing skin after just one treatment.
Whichever you choose, spa skincare treatments are a valuable addition to your skincare routine and help keep your skin healthy and beautiful, as well as reducing some of the damage that occurs over time.
5. Get your Antioxidants
Antioxidants reduce oxidative stress in the body and eliminate free radicals, both of which can contribute to premature aging. Antioxidants also protect your skin against the damage caused by UV rays, and lower your cancer risk.
Some common antioxidant foods include dark chocolate, berries (especially blueberries), spinach, green tea, black tea, red wine, and a number of other fruits and vegetables.
To keep your skin looking and feeling as healthy as possible, follow our skincare tips and show your skin some love. If you feel like your skin needs a little more attention, treat yourself to a rejuvenating spa treatment or a good skincare routine at home too..
OUR SKIN IS THE MOST SENSITIVE PART OF OUR BODY, PLUS PLAYS A BIG ROLE IN HOW WE FEEL TOO… THUS ITS IMPORTANT TO TAKE CARE OF IT.
For any information on skincare you can contact me @anikakhara ( Anikamadan@gmail.com)
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