Skin Care Tips

Publish Date:Jul 31, 2013

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For a Person looks matter a lot. so one should maintain few ways to keep up their skin clean and fresh. here are the ways to follow.

 



 

 Care for Dry skin:

 

a. For dry skin, use a creamy cleanser to melt away dirt. Leave it on your skin before sweeping it away with cotton wool. Splash cold water onto your face to clean and refresh your skin.
b. Use a thick cream moisturizer to seal in as much moisture as possible and have a refreshing feel.


 Care for Oily skin:


a. To care for oily skin you should start with a gentle, foaming facial wash. This will remove dirt and oil without stripping away moisture. Soak cotton wool in a gentle astringent lotion and sweep it over your skin to refresh and cool it.
b. Even oily skin needs a moisturizer, but choose a light, watery fluid; this will be enough for your skin. Allow the moisturizer to sink in well and then absorb the excess with a tissue to prevent shine.

 Care for Sensitive Skin:


a. If you have sensitive skin, do not use facial washes or soap; instead use a light, hypoallergenic cleansing lotion.
b. Use a moisturizer to strengthen your skin and provide a barrier against irritants. Make sure you use a non-perfumed moisturizer, which will not irritate your skin.


Care for Normal Skin:


a. To care for normal skin you should start with a gentle foaming facial wash. Massaging it into your face will give you a rosy complexion.
b. Cool your skin with a refreshing toner, and massage it with your fingers in light upward strokes.

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