Do you want that young-looking glow? Age can be one of your enemies to have a glowing skin at forties. Here are some tips not for women but also for men to have a glowing skin.
If your skin is healthy you have that natural glow. But lack of sleep and stress and even the food you eat can take away that radiance. Experts have given simple steps to make your skin glow naturally no matter how much time you have.
- CLEAN YOUR FACE REGULARY
It is very important to wash your face each morning and night to get rid of all the dirt that your face has consumed throughout the day. Use any effective facial cleanser because each person has different skin types. Always remember, what works for others does not mean will work for you and vice versa.
2. DRINK A LOT OF WATER AND STAY HYDRATED
Dehydration makes your skin and complexion dull and dry. Drinking a lot of water cleanses your body and shows in your skin.
3. EAT ANTI-OXIDANT FOODS
That’s right. What you eat have an effect on your skin’s glow. Load up with grapes, berries and nuts. These type of food help protect skin cells from UV damage. Try to incorporate these food in your diet.
Skin can be sensitive to many different ingredients, so there’s no one skin-care rule everyone should follow. But some products can cause more problems than others, and some general guidelines can make living with sensitive skin easier.
Chemicals called parabens, which are added to lotions and cosmetics to prevent bacteria growth and make them last longer, may bother some people with sensitive skin.
Sensitive skin is even more vulnerable to the elements and will benefit from a proper skin-care schedule. Dutifully moisturize both morning and night to protect skin from water loss and to maintain a healthy barrier from the daily onslaught of environmental factors, including pollution and wind.
Keep pores clear and surface debris scarce by washing twice a day (any more can be too much for sensitive skin). Choose a cleanser that is formulated for sensitive skin but isn’t so gentle that you need to scrub really hard to remove makeup or residual grime. Be gentle: blot dry (no rubbing, please) and apply moisturizer straight away for maximum absorption.
Irritable skin is often extra-sensitive to the sun. Wear sunscreen year-round with SPF 30 or higher to protect delicate tissue from aggravating rays. Look for sunscreens with physical active ingredients—such as zinc oxide and titanium dioxide—which are less likely to cause a reaction than chemical sunscreens, like oxybenzone, octocrylene, and octinoxate.
Peppermint is known for its ability to freshen breath. Diluted peppermint oil sprays may also relieve sore throats. Peppermint contains menthol, which helps thin mucus and calm sore throats and coughs.
Gargling with warm salt water can help soothe a sore throat and break down secretions. Make a saltwater solution with a half-teaspoon of salt in a full glass of warm water. Gargle it to help reduce swelling and keep the throat clean.
Honey mixed in tea or taken on its own is a common household remedy for a sore throat. Honey is an effective wound healer, which means it may help speed healing for sore throats.
Marshmallow root contains a mucus-like substance that coats and soothes a sore throat. Simply add some of the dried roots to a cup of boiling water to make tea. Sipping the tea two to three times a day may help ease throat pain.
Garlic also has natural antibacterial properties. It contains allicin, an organosulfur compound known for its ability to fight off infections.
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