Taking care of your skin is not hard. Many complain that they are too tired to wash their face before bed, that following a skin care routine takes up too much time, that they don’t break out so who cares if their skin isn’t cleansed and hydrated regularly, etc… The list of excuses can go on forever. The fact of the matter is that you NEED to take good care of your skin. You may think it doesn’t matter but one day it will matter. If you are blessed with not having bad skin now and don’t really ever break out, congratulations to you. For those that do suffer from bad skin, that is unfortunate. Regardless of what your skin is like though, if you don’t treat it right, you will see the affects down the road. You will start showing signs of aging more quickly, your skin getting wrinkles and fine lines more rapidly at a young age and you can and more than likely will break out later on in your life. Here are some ways you can take good care of your skin…simply:
It’s amazing to us here at Acne Skin Site that some people are overly concerned about their skin to the point that it becomes obsessive and then there are other people that don’t care about their skin at all and treat it as poorly as if it was garbage. Yes, this may sound harsh, but it’s true. There needs to be a middle road and cheers to those that have chosen the middle road. It’s important to care for your skin, not only because it’s a part of you and it’s the first thing people see when they meet you, but because it protects you from harsh environments in everyday life. So which of these three types are you?
Did you see the recent remake of the movie Snow White titled Mirror, Mirror? If so, do you remember how beautiful Snow White’s pale white skin was and how it was perfect like porcelain since she wasn’t ever allowed in the sun? Yes, it’s not realistic to NEVER be in the sun but the point is that YOUR skin is more beautiful when naturally pale and should be protected when you are outdoors and you should NEVER use a tanning bed. A lot of people don’t like winter for many reasons, one reason being that they start to look pale. So many of these people will start going to the tanning salon to keep up the golden glow of summer skin. Unfortunately, using tanning beds and not protecting your skin with an SPF moisturizer (especially your face in the winter) is a recipe for disaster.