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1. WASHING YOUR FACE WITH SOAP

This is a big no-no. Not taking off your makeup before going to bed is definitely not ideal, and especially with something harsh like a high PH soap, which can cause your skin to become dry and irritated. You should find a cleanser that is suitable for your skin type, and make sure you are cleansing morning and night.

 

2. SLEEPING ON YOUR SIDE

If you squish your face on your pillow over night, it can end up creating permanent crease lines. It is suitable to use a silk pillow and arrange your head so you only sleep with your hairline meeting the pillow. It sounds odd, but it is worth a try. If this is uncomfortable for you, try sleeping on your back with a pillow between your knees.

 

3. BEAUTY SLEEP

Not getting enough beauty sleep can add many years on how you look. Try to go to sleep at the same time every night, and reset your body clock. Ideally 10pm-6am is a good night’s sleep.

 

4. RUBBING YOUR EYES

The skin around your eyes is very thin and sensitive, so it will be one of the first places that will show signs of aging. Over time, it can crease and stretch, causing your eyelids to droop and sag. When you remove your makeup around your eyes, make sure you do so gently. By using an oil-based product to wipe off any excess mascara, eyeliner or eye shadow, this will help in keeping the skin around the eye-area stronger for longer.

5. NOT ENOUGH WATER

Don’t wait too long to drink some water! If your mouth is feeling dry and cakey, that is a sign that you’re already dehydrated. Make sure to keep a water bottle on your desk or bedside table, and be sure you are refilling it a couple of times a day.

 

6. TOO UNDERWEIGHT

Make sure you are maintaining a healthy weight. As we age, our collagen and elastin stop reproducing at the same rate, which will add years to your face and the lines and wrinkles will be much more visible.

 

7. SOAK UP THAT VITAMIN C

It is very important to take your oral vitamin c, either in supplement or organic seasonal fruits and vegetables. Even a daily topical Vitamin C dose will do you good!

 

8. NOT WEARING SUNSCREEN

Using a sunscreen that contains zinc oxide is the best option for blocking out UVAs and UVB rays, which contribute to skin cancer and sun damage. We still get sun exposure when we’re in the car driving, and through our windows, so definitely go for a SPF of 15+.

 

9. BOOZING AND BINGE DRINKING

Drinking alcohol dehydrates your body and relaxes your muscles. That being said, your throat muscles are also being relaxed, meaning when you sleep, you are losing the ability to breathe properly and get a decent night’s sleep. Try to limit your intake, and strive to drink one glass of water after every glass of alcohol to balance out your hydration, and hopefully consume less alcohol.

10. NOT ENOUGH HEALTHY FATS

Only eat fats that contain essential fatty acids and omega-3’s. A couple of foods you could find those in would be olives and macadamias. Stay away from hydrogenated and trans fatty acids, like margarine and processed oils. If you’re unsure, read the labels – as you would do with your skincare, and avoid ingredients you can’t pronounce.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1. Exfoliate

  • After double cleansing, clear away excess dead skin cells with an exfoliant about 2-3 times a week. A scrub or leave-on exfoliant that contains Salicylic acid with definitely aid in the prevention of black heads.

 

2. Masque

  • Once or twice a week, apply a masque which is designed to clear and soften blackheads. Look for ingredients such as Kaolin Clay or Activated Charcoal – these can help draw out excess oils and impurities from the face. Sulfur will also help in removing dead skin cells.

 

3. Control Bacteria

  • Find yourself a good antibacterial booster or serum that you can apply daily. This will kill breakout-causing bacteria. Look for ingredients such as Salicylic Acid, Azelaic Acid and Thymol Terpineol.
  • Salicyclic Acid gets deep into the skin and dissolves skin debris that clogs pores.
  • Azelaic Acid decreases swelling and redness to the face by killing bacteria that infects the pores.
  • Thymol Terpineol eliminates acne-causing bacteria at its root.

 

4. Moisturize

  • Even if you have oily skin, make sure you apply a moisturizer every day. When the moisture in your skin imbalanced, your skin will produce excess oil to compensate for what you’ve been extracting. A moisturizer helps to control the oil production and to prevent excess oil from clogging your follicles.

 

5. Wear non-comedogenic products

  • Makeup, some sunscreens and hair products can easily clog pores, especially if they’re left for too long or even overnight. Try to choose products that are labelled non-comedogenic to help your pores clear up, and always double cleanse your face before going to bed.

 

Here’s a few extra tips to clearing existing blackheads:

 

  • First and fore-most, clearing your blackheads at home not only damages your skin, but can potentially cause your skin to spread the bacteria causing the blackheads. This can lead to more intense acne than you had to begin with.
  • If you want to quickly clear existing blackheads, see a professional skin therapist for blackhead extractions. You can always ask if they offer express treatments for your convenience, and it is more affordable than a full facial.
  • Lastly, make sure you drink a lot of water before extractions. Dehydration makes it much harder to extract blackheads!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What is Collagen

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Collagen is the most rich protein the body that helps give structure to our hair, skin, nails, bones, ligaments and tendons in our body. We are able to move, bend and stretch thanks to collagen.

The more we age, the more stress we put on our body, and this impacts our collagen more than you know. Having collagen in a balanced diet helps our body regenerate what has been lost or broken down.

Collagen protein is completely different than whey and casein protein, due to its high levels of amino acids. Joint health, muscular growth and an overall glowing appearance can be partially attributed to the amino acid blend in collagen that can’t be found anywhere else.


Collagen and Our Skin

Collagen helps our skin stay toned and elastic, making up 30% of the protein in our body, and 70% of the protein in our skin. Collagen is an important building block for the skin.

Getting the right amount of collagen in important, as we want to keep our glowing skin. The foundation of the skin, also known as the dermis, is related to the skin’s elasticity and flexibility, which makes it the main source of collagen in the skin.


Collagen in Our Body

Our tissues, which include ligaments, bones, tendons and skeletal muscles are all made up of proteins and to a great extent, this protein being produced is collagen.


Collagen Production as We Age

As we age, our bodies produce less and less collagen, making our skin more fragile and less elastic. Your hair starts to lose colour, bones lose their density and your joints aren’t as flexible as they once were. Supplementing with collagen increases your body’s collagen levels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. You MUST wash your face each and every morning and evening. Make sure that as you wash, you try to avoid scrubbing your skin, as the scrubbing sensation makes your skin worse.

 

  1. You MUST choose skin care products that state they are oil free, and non-comedogenic. The labels ensure that they won’t clog your pores.

 

  1. You MUST be using a gentle face wash. Many believe that if you use a stronger face wash, that your skin will dry out – however that is not the case. In fact, if you use too harsh of a face wash, it can actually irritate your skin more and trigger increased oil production.

 

  1. You MUST’NT be using any oil or alcohol based cleansers, as these can irritate your skin.

 

  1. You MUST apply daily moisturizer. Even though you have oily skin, you must be aware that this is essential to keep your skin hydrated. It is best to look for a moisturizer that has an SPF of 30 or higher, to protect your skin from harmful ultraviolet rays.

 

  1. You MUST wear sunscreen outdoors, as it helps to prevent sun damage that could potentially turn into wrinkles, age spots or skin cancer. In order to prevent acne breakout, ensure that you are looking for sun screens that contain zinc oxide and titanium oxide. Keep away from the sunscreens that contain fragrance or oils.

 

  1. You MUST be choosing oil-free and water based makeup.

 

  1. You MUST always remove your makeup before going to sleep.

 

  1. You MUST use blotting papers during the day. Press the paper against the oily parts of your face, leaving it on for a few seconds to absorb the oil. Make sure you do not rub the paper on your face, as this will spread the oil around the face.

 

  1. You MUST’NT touch your face during the day. Yes, it is tempting to touch, but you can spread germs, dirt and bacteria from your hands to your face. You should only be touching your face when you are cleansing, moisturizing or applying sunscreen or makeup – always making sure your hands are clean first.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Moisturizer is definitely not the only solution for more supple skin.

As we age, we start to notice the years that have gone by through our skin. As skin ages, it starts to lose some of its resiliency, while drying and thinning out. Your skin regime that you used in your 20s and 30s won’t give the same results today.

To help your skin look its best, here are 8 anti-aging secrets that can help you out:

  1. Make sure you are protecting your skin from the sun, as it is a prime contributor to fine lines and wrinkles. By using Sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher, as it adds protection to your skin. Make sure you are also trying to wear hats and sunglasses in the sun for an extra layer of protection.
  1. The shorter your shower/bath, the better for your skin. If you are showering for over 10 minutes, this will strip the moisture away from your skin – and we want as much moisture as possible in our skin.
  1. If the temperate of your shower is too hot, this will strip your natural oils. Keep the water temperature moderate, but not boiling hot.
  1. The moment you get out of the shower, you must remember to moisturize. If you have more sensitive skin, it is better to use a more creamy/thicker moisturizer. Ingredients such as glycerin, hyaluronic acid and mineral oil are all great ingredients to keep your eye out for in your products, as they retain the moisture in the skin.
  1. When cleansing your face, make sure you are sticking to something gentle and keeping away from Alcohol – which can dry out your skin.
  1. Always try to turn on a Humidifier in cold weather, this is so that you can add moisture in the air of your home.
  1. If you continuously wear glove in the winter, this can help you out a lot, as it protects your skin against the harsh weather, and stops your hands from getting dried out too.
  1. Smoking reduces the blood flow and will increase your chances of having premature wrinkles.

And there you have it! If you do your best to follow these steps, it will definitely help you preserve your skin from ageing in the long run. Remember, the earlier you start taking care of your skin, the better the results will be.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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You have the most sensitive skin around your eyes, compared to the rest of your face, meaning this will often be the most common area to see the first signs of aging. When using your eye cream, you must pay special attention to this area. In order for the best results, we will be discussing what ingredients to look for in your eye cream formula and how to apply it to achieve the best results.

 

Ingredients to Look for in Your Eye Cream

Eye creams can help brighten up your dark circles, make your face look younger and even help reduce puffiness and crow’s feet. There are some products out there that address just one main skin concern, while others are do-it-all products. Here’s a list of some key ingredients to look out for when searching for your eye cream:

– Antioxidants like Vitamin C or Niacinamide: These ingredients help protect your eyes from sun damage that can be caused in the future

– Vitamin K, Caffeine and Arnica: These all target the blood vessels that help increase your circulation and reduce swelling

– Peptides: Encourages Elastin and Collagen production

– Retinoids: This helps with cell turnover

– Hyaluronic acid and Shea Butter: These ingredients will aid in moisturizing and hydrating around the eyes to prevent from fine lines

 

How to Apply Your Eye Cream

Step 1: Apply a pea-size amount of cream on your ring finger

For this delicate area, use your ring finger and gently apply around your eyes. Make sure you do not apply too much pressure to the skin, we want to be using the lightest touch possible.

Step 2: Apply a small amount from the under inner corner of your eye to the brow bone

Start with the inner under corner of your eye, applying a small amount until your brow bone. Start to gently tap in a semi-circle pattern which will help stimulate the circulation, making sure all of the product is being absorbed into the skin. Be sure that you are not stretching or pulling the skin around the eye, as you are applying.

Remember: If you get too close to the eye, it can cause irritation – unless the product label directs you to it, make sure to keep away from applying on or near the eyelids.

Step 3: Wait until you apply concealer

In order for your eye cream to fully absorb, you should be waiting about 90 seconds before applying concealer or any other skincare care products.

An extra Tip on How to Use Your Eye Cream

In order to achieve the best results, apply your eye cream in the morning and night time. Some people prefer to use it during the day for nicer concealer results. Depending on how this step fits in with your routine, you may want to apply the eye cream after cleansing and toning and before your moisturizer or night cream.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1. Olive Oil

Ingredients:

– Extra Virgin olive oil
– A face Towel
– Warm water
  1. Add some olive oil to the palm of your hand and apply it to your face
  2. Make sure you massage it thoroughly throughout your face
  3. Let it sit on your face for 2-3 minutes, then wipe it off with a warm wet towel

Make sure you are doing this olive oil remedy everyday to cleanse your face


Why does this work?

Olive Oil is one of the best cleansers for oily skin. There are experiments that have shown that olive oil can be very effective in keeping the PH balance of the skin. It nourishes the skin, while not leaving it extra oily.

2. Tomato and Cucumber Cleanser

Ingredients:

– 1/2 Cucumber
– 1 Small Tomato
  1. Grind the ingredients down to a smooth paste
  2. Apply the paste to your face, letting it sit for about 15 minutes
  3. Wash off with water

You may use this refreshing cleanser everyday


Why does this work?

The Tomato cleanses the dirt on the face, lightens the skin tone and reverses skin damage. Cucumber is the cooling agents, that adds freshness to your face. Together they remove impurities from the skin and control the oiliness.

3. Honey and Lemon

Ingredients:

– 2 tablespoons of honey
– 1 tablespoon of lemon juice
  1. Mix the Lemon and honey. If the mixture is too thick, mix in a bit of water
  2. Apply to your face, massaging for 1-2 minutes
  3. Leave it on your face from about 10 minutes
  4. Now rinse your face with water

You can use this as a cleanser every night before going to bed.


Why does this work?

Lemon and Honey are the recipe for oily skin. The lemon works as the cleansing agent, while the honey works hard to nourish the skin, keeping it hydrated. The Lemon also brings down the excessive oil production.

4. Milk

Ingredients:

– 3 tablespoons of cold raw milk
– 1 teaspoon of orange peel powder
– A cotton ball
  1. Mix the orange peel in with the milk
  2. Dip the cotton ball inside, and apply all over face
  3. Massage the skin gently for about 5 minutes
  4. Rinse with warm water

You can use the milk cleanser remedy everyday


Why does this work?

Milk contains enzymes that cleanse, tones and exfoliates the skin. When milk is cold, it is increases its effectiveness. The Orange peel powder works as a PH balancer, while controlling the oiliness, unclogs and tightens the skin pores.

5. Rose Water

Ingredients:

– Rose water
– Cotton Balls or pads
  1. Soak the cotton pad with rose water and wipe your face in an upward and outer motion
  2. You may either wash your face off completely, or let the Rose water sit on your face for the remainder of the night

You should use this method of cleansing every night before going to bed

Why does this work?

Rose water can smooth, tone and moisturize the skin while cleansing it. This improves the process of cell regeneration, and its PH balancing properties help balance the excessive oil production.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Retinol is the most used vitamin A in skincare. It plays an important role in regulating the cell production in the skin, while enhancing cell growth. Retinol works as an antioxidant to protect the skin from free radicals, increasing the production of collagen and speed up cell turnover.  This vitamin A ingredient can help with scars, wrinkles, acne, pigmentation and even enlarged pores. It works incredibly to reduce oil production on the skin, as it can help to balance sebum production.

 

Retinol has the ability to reprogram our skin cells into acting as if they were young cells, thus making the skin appear younger and rejuvenated. As the cells produce more collagen, you will notice that the lower layer of the skin will plump up and the fine lines along with brown lines will be reduced.

 

It is important to note that retinol is different to retin-A, though they are both in the same family of Retinoids. Retin-A is a much stronger ingredient that can only be purchased through a prescription. Retinol is much more gentle, and can be bought over the counter for daily use.

 

 

Now, when should you start using Retinol?

 

When to start using Retinol is not so much about age, rather knowing when it’s time to re-establish the healthy balance in your skin, to then restore it. If you’re not entirely sure when to start incorporating Retinol into your skin, you may want to seek out a skin care professional to help you get started.

 

Given that you can find Retinol in your daily serums, it won’t be too difficult to start incorporating Retinol into your skin care routine. Since there are different potencies available, you will easily be able to find a product with the perfect retinol strength for you. That being said, it is also important to incorporate Retinol into your skincare routine in a slow and gentle way to avoid “retinol response” in order  to get your skin adjusted to the changes. Ideally, you want to start by using it about twice a week, and then once your skin becomes adjusted, you can change the amount of times per week you use it.

 

 

Are there any side effects to using Retinol?

 

When starting to use retinol, it can cause temporary dryness and irritation to your skin, along with redness and tingling. These skin responses are often misinterpreted and thought to be a bad reaction or allergy forming. Funny enough, all those reactions are signs that the product is actually working on your skin – they are positive signs of restoration and rejuvenation of the skin. An important reminder to always be using SPF on your face, morning and night – especially when using Retinol.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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hyaluronic

Hyaluronic Acid already naturally occurs in the body. It attracts and holds on to moisture in the skin cells, which makes the skin feel more hydrated and plump, and that’s just one of the major benefits. Here I’ll be listing and explaining more benefits of Hyaluronic Acid.

1. Hydration

Hyaluronic Acid is able to hold up to 1,000 times its molecular weight in water. It penetrates into the skin and binds together the water to skin cells, adding this to all the layers of the skin – rejuvenating its moisture.

2. Preserves Moisture

After you’ve infused the skin with  moisture, hyaluronic acid acts as a humectant (preserves moisture) and continues to draw moisture from your surrounding environment. Think of a humectant like a sponge – it continues to draw in and hold onto moisture after it is collected. This provides a very long lasting hydration for the skin.

3. Lipid Barrier

The top layer of the epidermis takes the impact of toxins. The older we get,  the slower the lipid barrier gets (fatty acid that traps water and prevents irritants getting in the skin), this results in more fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots and drier skin. Hyaluronic Acid fortifies the skin’s natural barrier to help the moisture stay in the skin for a proficient hydrating effect. With time, this can help with the depreciating effect of the lipid barrier and can help reinforce and protect it.

4. Resiliency

As the lipid barrier is being helped and protected by the hyaluronic acid, the skin will be able to better defend its self from the environmental factors and pollutants around you. When the skin is not fighting these toxins, the skin remains bouncier, brighter and less wrinkled. It is important to know that people with oily/acne prone skin don’t have as strong of a lipid barrier, as they tend to strip all oils from their face. This will encourage inflammation and irritation, so it is recommended to use Hyaluronic acid on the skin to restore and protect the lipid barrier.

5. Tighter Skin Tone

As we age, the elastin that we once had when we were younger is no longer there, but Hyaluronic Acid can help with the appearance of tightness in the skin. Seeing as it fills the skin with moisture, it also aids in tightening the overall complexion, firming facial contours for more of a youthful look.

6. Smoother texture

Hyaluronic Acid will aid in smoothening out the texture of the skin. The results are a smooth and silky finish, which you will be able to see and feel.  If your skin has acne scars, Hyaluronic acid will not fill those scars, but combined with a derma roller – it can make the skin look smoother over continued use.

7. Wrinkles and Fine lines are less visible

When the skin is hydrated and protected, an increase of cell production starts to happen as the skin isn’t busy fighting to stay hydrated – which leads to smoother and plumper skin cells. The skin around your eyes will be the first area to start to show fine lines and wrinkles, so, by using an eye cream twice daily, this will help in keeping your skin supple and hydrated which will inevitably prevent new lines from being formed.

8. Skin Cell Regeneration

Did you know that it takes about 28 days for new skin cells to make it to the surface of the skin? When you reach your mid 20s, collagen and elastic production starts to slow down. As we age, new skin cells can take up to 90 days to reach the surface of the skin. While Hyaluronic Acid won’t speed up the renewal process, it will promote skin cell regeneration by giving extra hydration and barrier protection to the skin. Naturally, this leads to healthier cells and a more lively complexion.

9. Dark Spots

The reason why we occur dark spots is because there is a difference in melanin levels. Melanin is what provides colour to the skin and protects it from the sun. When there is an overproduction of Melanin, this can result in a skin discoloration (dark spots). Hyaluronic acid can help with dark spots, but unfortunately not on its own. It has to be paired up with a vitamin c booster/serum in order to it to work efficiently.

10. Clarity

When oily skin is stripped from hydration, it will end up producing even more oil to compensate for what was lost. A common misconception is that oily and acne prone skin does not need hydration, but as a matter of fact they do. Hyaluronic Acid prevents too much oil from being produced that will result in clogged pores which will then turn into a break out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Most of our adult lives are spent taking care of the skin on our faces, that we hardly remember about the skin on our neck. The skin on your neck is more of a thinner and delicate skin than your face. Since it doesn’t benefit from the same layers of fat and muscle tissue as your face, the neck area will show signs of aging before the face. Here, we’ve put together 4 essential anti-aging tips for your neck:

1. Exfoliate

It sounds funny, but this is an essential for your neck. Exfoliating doesn’t just remove the dead skin cells, but it also stimulates cell turnover which will result in more collagen production. The skin is sensitive to tugging and pulling, so be extra careful when exfoliating and use a gentle peel instead of a scrubbing exfoliant. The peel will help with the effectiveness of your moisturizer/serum and improve the appearance of hyper pigmentation.

2. Treat

Since the skin on your neck is especially prone to early signs of aging and dark spots, it is important that you extend the same products that you use on your face – to your neck. Be on the lookout for products such as peptides or epidermal growth factors, which will help with the overall appearance of your neck including plumpness and firmness of the skin. Be sure to remember the back of the neck, although the skin is a bit tougher, do not neglect it as it is prone to sun exposure and should definitely be hydrated.

3. Protect

Always make sure you are using SPF on your neck, as the skin on your neck is often the first place to show signs of sun damage. Some people might confuse “rosacea” on their neck for skin that has become reddened and discoloured by UV rays. Apply SPF on your face all the way down to your neck so you can rest assured that you are getting the proper and maximum protection.

4. Consistency

Consistency is key. If you add lotion every now and then, that sadly won’t do the trick to keep your neck looking youthful. If you take the time to give your neck some pampering (as you do with your face), every morning and every night, you’re bound to see lasting results.

And there you have it! If you follow these 4 key tips, you will likely see some preventative and healing results.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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