You know most of the dos and don'ts for younger looking skin but you don't always follow them. This lens is to remind you of the most important skin care issues and give you an update on newer, improved products and care.
There are products that really work but in many areas there is confusion and uncertainty about which products to use.
You are continually bombarded by one ad or another in various media showing models and celebrities with creamy, flawless skin.
Of course most of us know those print ads can be touched up and most celebrities have expert makeup artists who do wonders for their skin.
How do you know what works, and works really well and is not just temporary?
A good night cream will replenish your skin with the nutrients needed to repair any damage done to it during the day. The sun, as well as chemicals found in daily air pollution can play havoc on your skin. Any cream you select should completely moisturize the skin to keep it soft and supple.
Selecting a product containing Vitamin E, natural and powerful anti oxidant, helps prevent free radicals found in environmental pollution from breaking down your skin cells. It helps prevent the skin from developing wrinkles and age spots.
Free radical damage from UV rays of the sun are skin damaging. Fight those free radicals with Vitamin E, not just on your skin but in your daily vitamin nutrition. Vitamin E is found in plant-based foods that contain some degree of fat or oil. People on a low-fat diet may risk not getting enough Vitamin E.
Part two tomorrow!