Monday, June 11, 2007

Best Natural Acne Skin Care Treatment

Like other peoples we also like to treat our acne to regain our skin back by using acne skin care traetment. I have provided some tips to follow. It will lead your skin back on the road to have the beautiful, silky skin which you had before you suffered from acne.

It is very important to know what is ance, so you can treat your acne very well. A person suffers from acne because their sebaceous glands begin to produce too much oil and when combined with dead skin cells a person's pores will then become blocked. As the pores are blocked they are unable to breathe correctly and then bacteria sets in and so blackheads and whiteheads will begin to erupt on the person's skin.

While washing your face dont scrub the face which leads the acne to be worst. Instead of scrubing wash gently using mild anti-bacterial soap or lotion.

Next you must maintain a good diet. You must have a look what you are eating and drinking. If you eat alot of fried and junk food it will affects your acne very seriously. You should drink lots of fresh water each day. It will help to remove all those unwanted toxins from the body. This is probably the most inexpensive form of acne skin care treatment.

Eat alot of vegetables which is good in Vitamin A and will normally be bright orange or yellow or green in color. By eating plenty of these vegetables such as carrots, sweet corn and broccoli, cabbage etc, it will help you achieve a much better complexion on your skin.

Keeping all the above point in your mind, you should consult a good skin care doctor. He can prescribe a good acne kin care treatment medications which you can find or buy yourselves. No matter what medication you take dont forget to drink alot of fresh water and taking Vitamin A rich vegetables in your diet daily.

By taking above steps in your acne skin care treatment program you should attain the desirable results on seeing yourself in the mirror in a very short period of time.

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Friday, March 30, 2007

Facial Mask Treatment

Masks are an every once in a while beauty treat. You don’t really need to use mask, but they sure feel good. Mask work to exfoliate dead skin cells and deep clean pores, to give a smoother texture and a healthy glow. It really is a simple step. If you have ten minutes twice a week you can add this treatment to your skin-care program. You will definitely see and feel a difference in your skin.
This product, also known as a beauty pack or facial pack, is called a facial mask because when it is applied it covers the entire face, stays on for approximately 10 to 15 minutes, and then is removed. This type of product has been formulated with occlusive (gelatinuous or filmlike) substances (eg: kaolin, allantoin) that will help hold the product securely to the surface of the skin. This substance in the masks helps to prevent the air from reaching the skin which in turn increases the absorption of the active ingredients into the stratum corneum.
Selecting the Correct Facial Masks:
There are many excellent facial masks available, but which one is right for you? The following information will help guide you to the mask that is appropriate for your skin.
Dry Skin Mask: Dry skin will benefit from a creamy, moisturizing mask. It should be nondrying, which means it should stay soft and not harden on the skin. The ingredients should include natural oils, essential fatty acids, or essential oils.
Oily Skin Mask: If you have oily skin the mask you select should tighten and become hard to the touch after approximately 10 to 15 minutes. The tightening and drying action of this product will help to absorb excess oils, temporarily counteract enlarged pores, and will give smooth appearance. The ingre­dients should include clay (kaolin), oat flour, or oatmeal.
Dull Skin Mask: If you have dull skin the mask you select should consist of active ingredients that have a stimulating effect on the skin. The consistency of the mask could be either a cream or gel base.

Makeup Storage Tips

If you keep makeup too long it can affect the quality and color of the product as ingredients age and as oils from your fingers and face mix with the cosmetics. It can also allow bacteria or fungi to grow and cause infections, most commonly of the eye or lip. Your makeup tools—brushes, sponges, applicators— can also become filled with makeup and oils, interfering with clean makeup appli­cation and creating another breeding ground for bacteria. To keep your makeup fresh and clean, get in the habit of taking these steps:

  1. Change all eye makeup (liner, shadows, mascara) every three to six months. Liq­uid products should be tossed every three months.
  2. Change other makeup (foundation, powder, concealer )every twelve months.
  3. Change all lip makeup (lipstick, lipliner, lipgloss) every twelve months
  4. Stop using lipstick, lip liner, gloss, and balm if you develop a cold sore or fever blister. Replace the products if you accidentally use them during an infection.
  5. Wash makeup tools every two weeks in mild soap and warm water. Air-dry.
  6. Replace makeup sponges once a month.
  7. Store all makeup products in a dry, cool environment. Keep products tightly closed.

Product How long to keep
Foundation 1 year
Liquid foundation 6 months-1 year
Powder 1-2 years
Blush 1-2 years
Eye liner 3-6 months
Liquid Eye Liner 3 months
Mascara 3 months
Eye Shadow year
Lipstick 1 year