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How to Cleanse Your Skin

Covering you from head to toe, your skin is your body's largest organ. It is one of your body?s first line of defense and crucial to your health. Keep in mind that clean and healthy skin means a healthy body and a happier you.

Your skin works 24 hours a day protecting you from infections. That's why it is important to take care of your skin to make sure it can do its job. By keeping your skin clean and healthy today you also prevent problems such as wrinkles or skin cancer tomorrow.

Good hygiene is more than just making sure you don?t smell bad when you go out in the street. Proper hygiene means keeping clean that part of your body that is most exposed to the hazards of this world. Here?s a list of tips for your daily hygiene:

1. Start simple

There is no need for expensive products to take care of your skin. Gentle cleansers or soaps are usually enough for the daily cleansing of your skin.

2. Start early

People tend to think that skin hygiene can be postponed indefinitely. This is not the case if you want to have healthy skin in your old age. Start protecting your skin today so it can stay healthy and fresh as the years go by.

3. Use mild soap

Stay away from harsh cleansers that are made of strong chemicals. These can dissolve your skin?s natural proteins and oils, thus doing more harm than good. Cleansing products should be as chemical-free as possible. Do not use deodorant soaps on your face! They are made of strong chemicals and also leave a detergent film behind. This protective layer will actually irritate your skin and clog your pores.

4. Use lukewarm water

The water used on your face should always be lukewarm. If you make it too hot, you will dehydrate your skin, making it more prone to damage. You may also scald or even burn your skin. If it?s too cold, the water will dry your skin.

5. Be gentle

Some people think they ought to scrub their skin raw, but this is one of the things to avoid. You should instead be careful not to damage or tear your skin. Exfoliation is good because it will help remove dead skin cells, but be careful and so you will not hurt yourself.

6. Toning is okay

Toning helps keep the skin clear and firm, which is good. The best tones around are those containing alpha hydroxy acids and glycolic. Avoid those made with alcohol and those that are marked photosensitive.

7. Moisturize your skin

Moisturizers work by preventing the loss of water. They either draw moisture to the outer layer of the skin, or coat the skin's surface with a film of substance, thus sealing moisture into the skin. The best substances for an intensive moisture treatment are pure vitamin E, or Aloe Vera oil oil. The oil is available in liquid form. You can also break open a capsule and apply the oil directly to the skin. This is a great treatment for the sensitive skin under your eyes. This part of your face is one of the first to succumb to show signs of aging because it secretes none of the oils that keep skin supple and firm.

It is well worth the time it takes to take good care of your skin. Nobody else will do that for you, that's your job.


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