Habits that Damage Your Facial Beauty

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beautiful faceFor most people first impression counts a lot and to be honest the first thing people notice when they interact with you is your face. And your face can only look good if the skin is in perfect condition. Therefore, it is very important to have a younger looking fresh skin, no matter how old you are. Skin with blemishes, extra wrinkles and flakiness can look extremely worn out, which will make you look much older than your real age. As you grow old, your face starts to feel the effect of aging, the younger cells in your facial skin start dying, making your skin more delicate and sensitive. It is important to start taking care of your facial beauty at an early age, and become even more vigilant as you start to grow old if you want to avoid wrinkles and maintain the youthful glow of your face.

There are many small and routine things that we do on a daily basis, which have a negative effect on our skin and consequently our face. It is very important to be aware of these activities and avoid them as much as possible. Below is a rundown of some of the most damaging habits that affect your skin badly.

Habits that damage your facial beauty

1. Swimming and Chlorine

Almost everyone loves to swim, but little do you know that chlorine present in the pool water damages your skin and makes it look worn out. To ensure that all traces of chlorine are properly washed off you must use a sudsy soap.

2. Smoking Cigarettes

Smoking is not just bad for health, but also for your beauty. Smoking accelerates aging of your skin and badly affects its ability to heal. This is perhaps the worst thing you can do to your skin. It also speeds up the wrinkling process and causes sagging of skin. That is why smokers look older than non-smokers of the same age. Even if you don't smoke and your partner or roommate does, you will still feel its damaging effects.

3. Ignoring sunscreen

Instead of investing in wrinkle creams it is better to take care of your skin when you can, about 90% of wrinkles appear due to exposure to sunlight. We often ignore wearing a sunscreen while going out for a cup of coffee or renting movie from your nearest store; the fact is you must always wear sunscreen while going out. You must use a sunscreen lotion with SPF (Sun Protecting Factor); it effectively protects your skin by determining how well your skin will be protected from sunlight. If you are going out on a beach on a sunny day then make sure you reapply your sunscreen after every 30-70 minutes.

4. Ignoring the Skin around Your Eyes

Skin around your eyes can make you look either younger or older; it basically gives away your age. It is the most delicate area of your face, and feels gaining sooner than the rest of your skin. Therefore, you need to take care of it in order to avoid under eyes skin problems. In addition to proper diet, the best way to take care of this area is by using eye creams. These creams have all the necessary ingredients that keep your skin moisturized and hydrated; two key factors that make your skin look younger. Eye creams also help you get the required vitamins such as, A, C and E.

When it comes to sunscreens you must use tear free sun screen around this area to protect the skin from aging. You can also use UV protection oversized glasses. These are ideal to protect your skin, wear them whenever you are outside even if there is no sun; do not compromise on your skin.

5. Lack of Enough Exercise

Those who don't exercise, here is some news for you! You are not only damaging your waistline, but also aging prematurely. To get a healthy skin it is essential to get up and exercise. Exercise improves your blood circulation, which can do wonders for your skin and facial looks. Exercise also helps skin to heal and prevents it against skin cancer. 3-4 sessions of 30 minutes per week will lead to a glowing healthy skin.

6. Not Getting Enough Sleep

One of the worst things that you can do to destroy your facial beauty and skin is not getting enough sleep. Depriving yourself of sleep will lead to irreparable damage to your skin and early aging. A good night’s sleep will keep your skin rejuvenated and help prevent dark circles and eye bags.

7. Wearing makeup to bed

Going to bed with makeup is a big no. Sleeping with makeup on is extremely damaging to your skin so much so that it can be a cause of bacterial infections. Allowing makeup to stay overnight will lead to acnes and pimples. Not only this, it can cause illness if the residue gets stuck on your pillow. Always gently remove makeup before going to bed, use makeup cleansers and toners.

8. Picking at a pimple

Temptation to pop a pimple is common, but this temptation should be avoided. This is a damaging act that will lead to breakouts in your skin and allows bacteria to get deeper into your skin, so the next time you get a pimple, keep your hands of it.

9. Not Giving Good Products a Chance to Work

Changing your skin care product every now and then is not recommended at all. Give your skin products some time to show results; give them at least three months before you make the decision of trying new ones. No cream can work its magic overnight it takes at least a few months before the best products start to show the result. Too many products on your skin will make it extremely sensitive and cause different reactions, which can trigger wrinkles and aging.

10. Making Your Own Diagnosis

Rashes, eczema, allergic reactions, acne breakouts and rashes are all treatable unless you decide to take matters into your own hand. If you have any skin problem it is best to go to a dermatologist and get expert opinion instead of buying products yourself, which may lead to more irritation to the skin. For day to day care of your skin use gentle cleanser, wear sunscreen, skin moisturizer and remove all make up before going to sleep.

Conclusion

Your daily habits can help determine whether your skin will look good or bad. Try to avoid the things stated above to get the ideal skin that you always dream of. Healthy skin habits will lead to a healthier, glowing, younger looking and fresh skin.

A post by LindaDaniels (1 Posts)

LindaDaniels is author at LeraBlog. The author's views are entirely his/her own and may not reflect the views and opinions of LeraBlog staff.
Linda Daniels, MA in English literature, has reviewed many wrinkle, eye and skin brightener creams. Read her articles to know about wrinkle, neck and skin brightener creams and how to take care of your face by simple tips and tricks.

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