Tan skin care is one of those things that many people do not think of until it is too late to repair much of the damage that has been done over the years. If you take the time each day to care for your skin, you will be pleased with the appearance of it for many years.
Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen. Sun exposure is the number one cause of aging of the skin, and it’s a shame because it’s so easy to prevent. Slather on the sunscreen as soon as you step out of the shower to help it really soak in, put some more on visible areas on your lunch break, and then again when you get home, in that little half-minute break before you get out of the car to go inside. Make sure to refresh throughout the day, because sunscreen wears off. (If you pick a sunscreen that’s also a moisturizer, that’s another bonus!)
Believe it or not, your makeup does have an expiration date. You will need to throw out your old cosmetics at least every six to eight months, probably sooner. Bacteria and other harmful elements can grow and thrive in your makeup and that is bad for your tan skin.
If you are a man and tired of the burning and stinging of aftershaves, maybe you should try a balm instead. Aftershaves contain alcohol, which really sting if you happen to have nicks or cuts caused by shaving. You should opt for a balm that does not contain alcohol so that it soothes and heals your skin.
A frequently overlooked skin care tip is the recommendation that moisturizing products be changed with the seasons. In the summertime, water-based products will likely suffice, but in the colder months, oil-based product will provide enhanced protection of the skin’s surface. It is important for wintertime moisturizers to be made with oils such as mineral oil, almond oil or other types of oils that do not clog pores.
These tips were provided to help anyone who desires to have a great complexion for many years, but none of them will work unless you try it. Hopefully, you have found some new information that will help you keep your skin looking youthful and healthy for many years to come.