the summer skin becomes more oily and as humidity
rises so does the moisture content of your skin. Men
have 20% more oily skin and significantly larger pores
than women. Basically, this means men need to take
care of their skin.
these tips for stunning, healthy skin. Be confident
and put your best face forward for a sizzling summer.
Wake Up Your Face through Cleanse, Exfoliate, Tone
up, Nourish, Protect and Avoid.
Clarify your skin by daily washing your face. Cleansing
products should be all natural and chemical free.
Deodorant soaps should not be used on your face. This
may irritate your skin and will clog your pores because
the soaps consist of harsh ingredients.
It is an essential step for flawless, glowing skin.
A good scrub will remove dead cells and smooth the
surface of your skin. A jojoba based scrub will not
tear the skin and also gives immediate results. Exfoliate
to reveal gorgeous skin.
Because you spend a lot of time outside, environmental
debris and pollutants are a factor to your skin's
health. Toning helps keep your face clear and firm.
As skin ages, it needs to work harder to maintain
is elasticity. Astringents and toners with glycolic
or alpha hydroxyl acids work best. These acids actually
reduce the pore size and help avoid ingrown hairs.
Treat your skin by using a light moisturizer on your
face after cleansing and shaving. It is very important
to hydrate all areas of your skin especially the sensitive
under eye area. This is one of the first places to
show signs of aging and should not be looked over.
An eye gel or serum that contains chamomile or Vitamin
E will refresh and nourish the sensitive under eye
Defend your skin by avoiding over exposure to the
percent of premature aging of the skin is caused by
overexposure to the sun. Failure to protect and care
for your skin not only leads to wrinkling and aging
but it increases your risk of developing skin cancer,
the most prevalent of all cancers in the United States.
More than one million Americans are newly diagnosed
every year, and nearly every affected individual has
a strong history of over exposure to sunlight or tanning.
The likelihood of developing cancer is even higher
when sun exposure results in burning and blistering.
Skin Cancer by applying sunscreen with a Sun Protection
Factor (SPF) of 15 or greater 30 minutes before sun
contact lenses such as Transitions Lenses, which provide
100% automatic UV protection. Transitions lenses also
protect the sensitive skin surrounding the eye from
UV. Think of your lenses as sunscreen for the eyes.
These should be included in your overall skin cancer
direct sun exposure during the peak UV radiation hours
between 10:00am and 3:00pm.
skin self-exams regularly to become familiar with
existing growths and to notice any changes or new