Wrinkle Prevention and facial

Wrinkle free

Is wrinkle preventionfor real? As in stop them from happening to you at all, ever?

As you go past your thirties and move towards middle age, the composition and structure of your skin changes, creating conditions that favor the development of facial wrinkles.

The two main substances responsible for making your skin look youthful are collagen and elastin. Collagen gives your skin its toughness, its capacity to withstand the extensive wear and tear that it handles every day in the normal course of life. Elastin is the stuff that gives your skin its ability to spring back to its original shape after you smile or grin. As you grow old, collagen and elastin become reduced so that you develop wrinkles and creases more easily on your face and body.

Everyone gets facial wrinkles, sooner or later. However hard you try, you cannot ultimately prevent wrinkles from happening to you, only delay them for some years perhaps.

So the issue is not how to prevent facial wrinkles. The issue is how to delay their onset. And in the case of people who are exposed to more than the usual levels of harmful environmental influences, the issue is how to prevent the skin from aging before its time – that is, how to prevent premature wrinkling and sagging, and how to treat facial wrinkles.

So what can you do to stop yourself from developing creases on your face before your time? What can you do to reduce facial wrinkles? Well, one approach would be to battle the causes of wrinkles individually. You should keep in mind that prevention is actually a lot better than cure in this case – treating facial wrinkles once they have formed is much more difficult than stopping or delaying their onset.

First, there is the harmful ultraviolet radiation, which is a part of sunlight. This is undoubtedly the greatest factor behind the premature aging of facial skin. A pigment called melanin that is found in human skin and hair can neutralize the effects of UV to some degree, but not completely. Light-skinned people have less melanin, so the effects of UV are more harmful on them.

In order to make up for this lack of pigment, fair-skinned people should try to avoid exposing their skin to direct sunlight as far as possible. If this is not possible, then you should at least try to limit your exposure to very short periods. Practically this may not be possible either and therefore protecting yourself should be a priority. You canprotect yourself by wearing dark sunglasses,a hat and applying sunscreen, especially on your face because the skin on your face is perhaps the most sensitive area of your body.

Free radicals are another important cause of premature aging. These are a certain type of free-traveling oxygen molecules in the body that, among other things, cause the skin’s collagen to break down. The skin loses its toughness and becomes more sensitive to the aging process.

Do you really know your skin type?

know your skin type

It feels tight, blushed buds … You do not know what cream you turn. Or your skin speak, just listen. Forgetting ideas and standard classifications, you can better treat it.

Dry or oily? False debate. Your skin is not a single feature, but multifaceted. Like you. Talking about skin type does not mean much, because it changes constantly. Better to talk about skin conditions: skin most often revolves around a trend, which changes depending on the climate, season, lifestyle, hormonal changes, stress, fatigue, psyche, disease, cosmetics attacks … Inseparable from his environment, your skin is expressed constantly. If all goes By learning to decode its messages, you will recognize its real needs. And you will give him the right products at the right time.



You can not stand anything on his face right now. We all go through times when our skin is more reactive. If your skin has difficulty absorbing what you call it, it is often because it has been “too full cosmetic” and not because it is sensitive. You can not stand the slightest friction, such as contact with a sponge or a little rough grains in the presence of a scrub.


Your skin glows, but only after cleaning? You might have stripped too. You have large pores or pimples? This may be the fault of your extractions of blackheads, to creams too rich or stress …

Thirty minutes after cleaning the face with a mild pH-neutral product, use a tissue paper in different areas (forehead, nose, cheeks) and see the result: “oil stains” on all areas? Your skin has an oily. Only on the nose or forehead? It is rather mixed.


Your skin feels tight. But this may be due to hard water, air conditioning, stress …Dry skin does not support the water. Presence of scales, need to apply the cream several times a day … express a dry trend.


To find out, do this simple test: pinch your cheek (or the back of your hand) and see how long the crease disappears. If the skin keeps track of the pinch more than ten seconds, is that it is about to release. Think firming creams.


– If you wear makeup, or if you put sunscreen, clean your skin at night. Spend your cleanser twice. In the second application, massage it until it becomes transparent. Rinse with thermal water, then apply a lotion.
– When a product is, do not change it for the novelty.
– Do not look for too immediate effect. A cream is in forty days approximately, the time that the product drops to the basal layer.
– Modulate the products according to your living conditions. If you are in the country, let your skin breathe, especially at night. Remember the night cream every other night.

Skin Care Moisturising

Skin Moisturising

Facial Skin Improvement Techniques


Why it matters, If you think of the difference between a plum and a prune, a grape and a raisin, you’ll see what a  difference moisture – or lack of it-can make! Moisture is the magic ingredient which keeps skin soft and supple and keeps it looking young. Make moisturising a regular step in your skin care routine and your complexion will reap these benefits.

Why your skin needs water

When we talk of moisture in relation to your skin, we really mean water. It is the skin’s water content which keeps it looking good and keeps it healthy too.
If your skin lacks sufficient water it will become rough and dry. Fine lines may form and the skin may appear thinner and more fragile.
Skin which is short of water is also less supple so that it may crack or become chapped.

Harsh winds, hot sun, cold weather and dry air from central heating are just some of the external factors that can take moisture from your skin.

Skin is a very complex structure and the ways that it retains water are equally complicated. Basically, there are three natural ‘barriers’ which prevent too much water loss. The uppermost layer of the skin provides two and the ‘acid mantle’ makes up the third.
The uppermost layer of the skin is made up of dead cells. These overlap to form a natural barrier to regulate water loss. Within the uppermost layer are chemical substances called Natural Moisturising Factors which also help to hold water in the skin.
The ‘acid mantle’ on the skin’s surface is a film of water, perspiration and sebum – an oily substance secreted from glands below the skin’s surface. The oil in this film helps to ‘fix’ water to the skin.

How water is lost

A small amount of water is, nevertheless, continually lost from the surface of the skin through evaporation. At the same time, the lost water is continually being replaced from the skin’s lower layers. Ideally, water loss and replacement should be regulated by the skin so that water content is always kept at the right level. But only skin which is in good condition will function ideally. Dry skin does not control its water content well and all skins become drier with age.

There are also many external factors which speed up the rate at which water is lost. Harsh winds, hot sun, cold weather and dry air from central heating all increase the evaporation of surface water from the skin.If the skin is immersed for too long a time in water, particularly hot water, it will lose water and become dry. You can see this by looking at your fingertips after a long, hot bath.

Chemical factors, too, can lead to excessive water loss. Many detergents and household cleansers can cause dryness because they damage or even temporarily remove both the Natural Moisturing Factors and the skin’s ‘acid mantle’. The ‘acid mantle’ can also be adversely affected by using unsuitable cosmetic products. For example, an astringent made for an oily skin but used on a dry skin would remove essential oil and leave the skin very dry.

Although your skin needs water, that alone can’t be used as a moisturiser as it would quickly evaporate. And although oil will ‘fix’ water to the skin, that alone can’t moisturise either. A moisturiser combines both oil and water.

Moisturisers keep your skin looking good by:
• adding more moisture
• helping to retain moisture
• counteracting the effects of moisture loss
• protecting your skin against dry conditions
• making your skin smoother, so that make­up goes on better and stays on better.

The Best Way to Care for Dark Skin in Winter Season

Winter skin care

The winter is already here and it has become quite difficult for all of us to keep up a healthy and glowing skin in this harsh weather. Everyone will agree that the first few months of winter are always harsh on the skin. This is among the many reasons why people need to pay much more attention than usual to take care of their beloved skin as soon as the winter hits the calendars.

Check List for Bag

A Cleanser: Among the many important things, you will need to first take care of your bag essentials. You will need to carry a milk cleanser all the time with a bag of cotton for the company. In the first few weeks of winter, you will experience terrible chilly winds. The weather becomes hollow and this puts a stress on your skin. So, carrying a cleanser all the time when you outside help you to remove the excess dirt as well as helps in maintaining the skin moisture level intact.

A Moisturizer: The next thing you will need to do is carry a moisturizer. Soon after you clean your skin, the skin pores open. To close them, you will need to apply a moisturizer. This way, the core of the skin gets moisture and skin feels smooth even in the harsh weather.

Be Active Always

Winter is a time when you suddenly feel lethargic and don’t feel active. SO, yes, in such a condition, you will need to exercise a lot more than your usual routine. This way, you will be able to stay more active. Try exercising squats and lunges every morning. Couple the routine with cardio exercises for a better routine altogether.

The exercises lessen chances of depression in your head and try to keep you healthy and smiling, increasing your zeal and want for more energy bursting sessions.

Don’t Overuse Hot Water

This is a time when you will suddenly feel the need to use the geyser. However, it is not wise to use hot water for cleaning your delicate face skin. It is better to mix cold and hot water together and then use it for washing the delicate parts of your skin. This will help in keeping your skin smooth and safe from getting probable steam burns.

Although the dark skin is known for its moisture measure, it is necessary to remember that winter winds can easily make skin lose its moisture. So, keeping a tab on your skin all the time is important, if you really don’t want chilly winds to hurt your skin. You need to use a good balm for your lips, as they have the softest skin of your face. We hope, you like this article and find the information useful.

These things for dark skin are simple yet very effective in winter season. When you do these effective things, they will at first quickly lighten and then they’ll go away completely and your skin shine glow.

Developing A Skin Care Routine

skin care

There are many products on the market these days that promise to give you younger looking skin, to remove wrinkles, and to perform miracles. No skin care product can do this. As it cannot penetrate below the surface of the skin, it cannot remove wrinkles that are already established, and it cannot push back the clock and eliminate any signs of ageing. But this isn’t to say that you cannot improve your skin and make it look as good as you possibly can. With this in mind, it is important to develop and maintain a good skin care routine from an early age.

The most important thing to remember is to use products that are designed for your skin type. Some products, such as astringent toners designed for oily skin, will be much too harsh if used on dry skin, and moisturizers for dry skin will be too much heavy and greasy for oily skin. Once you have chosen your products, it is easy to organize a simple cleansing, toning and moisturizing routine that takes only minutes to perform both morning and night.

Morning Skin Care Routine

Cleansers are formulated to remove surface grime and dirt as well as dissolve stale make-up from the skin.

Cleanse your face thoroughly using a creamy cleanser or cleansing milk. Saturate your cosmetic sponge or a damp cotton wool with a blob of cleanser. Rub in gently using small circular movements to clean up surface grime from facial skin and throat. Cleansing should continue until there are no traces of dirt on your sponge or cotton wool. Follow up your cleansing with a mild complexion bar and water. After rinsing well, pat your face with upward and outward strokes. Blot dry, use a toner to stimulate circulation and remove any traces of leftover dirt, if any. You may now apply a film of moisturizer all over face and neck.

Night Cleansing Regime

Give your skin a chance to breath. Cleanse the face and neck using a cleanser to remove stale make-up, dust, dirt and grease which has accumulated on the skin during the day. A gentle massage will help to float out deep down make-up and other impurities. Cleansing must continue until the damp coton wool comes out clean. Cleanse your neck and remember eye make up too has to be removed very gently, using a specially formulated eye make-up remover. Be gentle while wiping clean the area surrounding the eyes and the mouth. Take care not to stretch, as lines can appear around them. Rinse off with cold water to close pores and for that tingling fresh feeling. Tone your face with a freshner. Cold mineral water is an excellent freshner. Apply moisturizing cream or a rich night cream. Lightly massage onto the skin using circular up and outward movements.

Basic Skin Care Products

Your basic skin care products consists of cleansers, freshners or astringents, face masks, face packs, toners, moisturizers and night creams.

You have a choice between chemical based skin products and off the kitchen shelf products. The latter are low cost and are natural remedies which produce excellent results. Natural remedies should be given two weeks of regular application before you question its credibility.

The right thing for a nice skin

nice skin

A more vulnerable skin

On the surface, the corneal layer thickens and the skin gets a little rougher and drier making it more vulnerable to attacks. In the dermis, fibroblasts produce less collagen, elastin (elastic fibers) deteriorates and breaks. The skin becomes thinner and less flexible. Wrinkles and fine lines are pointing the nose. The complexion is sometimes pale, pink cheeks diminishes due to the vascular circulation which also slows down. The pigmentation is also changing – the number of melanocytes decreases – which favors the appearance of brown spots, growing phenomenon in case of repeated exposure to the sun. Sebum secretion is reduced, which alters the hydrolipidic film and makes the skin drier and more vulnerable.

Food, a key role

Finally, the feed. No cream, as wonderful as it is, will only be effective if we eat poorly. “Our supply allows to change billions of cells that need to be renewed every day” It is through our vascular system that nutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals) “travel” in the body and nourish all cells and organs including the skin, of course, belongs.

But if the role of blood capillaries is to nourish the organs of cells, the other half of the network load to eliminate waste and transport them to the excretory organs (kidney, intestine and skin) capable of evacuating. “We must never forget that the skin is an organ of elimination and breathing” says Henri Chenot. Hence the importance of the “detoxify” resisting the temptation to scrub.

Start with the Detox

Before any treatment, get rid of skin toxins will allow the skin to regain a new breath. Hard to imagine the quantities of toxic substances that accumulate each day (laboratories count billions!). They come from the covering and barrier creams, chemical compounds that the body can not eliminate free radicals, a too rich including protein degradation food … They suffocate the skin, and stop the mechanism vital cells. Result: the complexion loses its radiance and skin elasticity.

Steam clean

Detox skin through appropriate products capable of removing dead cells and boost microcirculation by a deep cleaning that protects the skin flora. Or overly aggressive exfoliation is likely to cause damage and refine the protective barrier. Which will dehydrate the skin and cause irritation. Rather Adopt care that promote natural desquamation as facial sauna, steam diffuser or a session once a month hammam. It is better to remove small amounts of dead cells every day, gently, rather than too much at once by a weekly session.

…or from the inside

Detox the skin can also operate within drinking water and focusing on foods that are known to cleanse the liver: the bitter vegetables, exotic fruits and citrus. The artichoke also helps eliminate toxins and has a draining action that reduces congestion liver and strengthens the functioning of the gallbladder. You can also drink lemon juice diluted with water in the morning and make a cure antioxidants (pomegranate bulbs or resveratrol grapes) for fifteen days.

Drain manually

To complete the cleansing process and before “feed” the skin with a new treatment, make a habit of draining manually. Activate the microcirculation is the best cleaning. Just make small pressures  along the lymph nodes on each side of the neck, behind the ears, around the eyes, in the center of the brow and temples. Each pumping is performed with the pulp of the middle and index finger and is repeated three times. You can also pinch the skin between the pulp of the thumb and forefinger.

Choosing creams

“Some cosmetics, including serums, can finally help eliminate toxins especially during the night,  depending on the time of day or night, our skin eliminates or regenerates. Hence the importance of choosing the right products.

The skin is a breathing body, we must also respect his skin ecology and sometimes leave without cream (one night a week, for example) so that in getting them to work herself, she learns to build without assistance its natural defenses. do you even lift