Skin Condition Taking

Care of your skin

Your skin reflects your health. It’s your body’s canvas and one of its most valuable assets. For good skin care, start developing healthy habits that guard your valued possession from outer (inner) forces. It’s the only skin you’ll ever get, so your daily habits mean everything. Are You Ready to Take Charge?

Start Simple

You can spend all the money you want on the most complex skin care routine, but it won’t really matter if you haven’t developed healthy habits. So before you charge a few hundred dollars worth of skin care products, evaluare your current skin care routine.

Do you have healthy habits?
for instance, do you properly cleanse your skin?

If you’re a woman who wears make-up, be sure to remove all traces of make-up at the end of the day. No matter what your gender id, you should drink plenty of water, providing your skin with vital moisture from the inside. When you’re out in the sun, be sure to wear sunscreen. Even though you won’t see immediate results, those little steps make a big difference orver time.

Start Early

Integrate a proper skin care routine into your day while you are young. If you are a teenager or if you are a teenager at home, start now to develop healthy habits. If you’re an older adult, lead by example! You can’t replace the skin you’re in, but you can nourish and pamper it to protect it for the future. With proper care, your skin can stay fresh as you age.

Seek Professional Help for
skin problems

Skin’s not going to be perfect. It can be dry or oily; it can develop rashes and acne, among many other issues. Address the problem with a professional skin expert, either a skin aesthetician at your local salon or dermatologist for more severe skin problems.

Block the sun

Protecting your skin from the sun is important because the sun emits Ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Over time, exposure to UV radiation causes many changes in the skin, including wrinkles, discoloration, freckles or age spots, benign (non-cancerous) growths such as moles, and pre-cancerous or cancerous growths. In fact, most skin cancers are related to skin exposure

SOME TIPS TO HELP YOU PROTECT YOURSELF
FROM THE DAMAGING RAYS OF THE SUN

Avoid mid-day sun between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Use a generous amount of sunscreen and reapply it frequently (every 2-3 hours) Use sunscreens that have a sun protection factor (SPF) greater than 15, and that have UVA and UVB coverage.

Use sunscreens that have a sun protection factor (SPF) greater than 15, and that have UVA and UVB coverage.

SKIN TYPE TYPICAL FEATURES TANNING ABILITY

1

Pale white skin, blue/hazel eyes, blond/red hair

Always Burns, does not tan

2

Fair skin/blue eyes, hazel eyes/red, grey, blond hair

Burns easily, tans poorly

3

Darker white skin/brown eyes/dark hair

Tans after initial burn

4

Light brown skin/black, brown eyes/black hair

Burns minimally, tans easily

5

Brown skin/black eyes/black hair

Rarely burns, tans darkly easily

6

Dark brown or black skin/black eyes/black hair

Never burns, always tans darkly