It’s never too early to start caring about your skin. In fact the sooner skincare becomes a priority, the better. In our 20s, we can often think we are invincible and that we will never age, but really, that is the time you should develop good habits, because it will last you a lifetime. Check out five very important tips to help ensure your skin is the best it can be!
The sooner you start caring about lines the better when it comes to anti-ageing. The first thing you need to do is find a broad-spectrum sunscreen and apply liberally, even during the Autumn and Winter months, because the sun is still powerful enough to penetrate the skin and cause damage.
2. Include your neck and hands
Face neck and hands has often been referred to as the holy trinity of skincare. Let’s face it; you don’t want a young-looking face coupled with old-looking neck and hands. These three areas are all likely to be chronically sun exposed, so make sure that whatever attention and care you give to your face, you also do the same to your hands and neck.
3. Avoid smoking
It’s no secret that smoking is a really bad skin habit, but yet many of us continue to do it! Every time you inhale, you’re causing wrinkles around your lips. Smoking also limits the blood supply to the skin, which results in ageing looking a lot more obvious. Next time you think about lighting up, consider whether it is really worth the effect it will have on your skin!
4. Keep active
Exercise is vitally important for healthy skin and has a massive impact. It helps to increase the blood supply to your skin, which in turn makes it look and feel healthier. And let’s be honest, there is nothing quite like that post workout healthy glow! That’s me booked in for the next spin class!
Normally skin renews itself approximately every 28 days. The SkinBase Facial™ speeds up the rate at which the skin would normally renew itself by removing dead skin cells from the top layer of the skin. As a result, tired and dull patches are removed and new, fresh and radiant skin is revealed.
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