You can take care of your face by washing it while you shower, and applying moisturizer when the skin becomes dry. And yet you are battling acne problems, wrinkles, and other skin disorders. These few mistakes can be responsible.
You use the shower flower
You think you are successful in removing dirt when you use a shower flower, but most of all your risk imbalance the good bacteria present on your skin. These bacteria prevent infection, control inflammation, help heal wounds, and maintain toned skin. To avoid aggressive cleaning, use your (clean) hands to clean your face. Another tip: avoid showers that are too hot, which dry out the skin and destroy its natural barriers.
You don’t wash your face enough
Wanting to preserve your skin doesn’t mean you shouldn’t clean it, especially if you use makeup. To prevent the accumulation of dirt and dead cells, wash your face every night, and after sweating profusely, using products soft and moisturizing.
You drink semi-skimmed milk and soda
Skim milk, which could help you lose weight, can also harm your skin. A study cited by Reader’s digest has established a link between consumption of skimmed milk and acne. Milk protein, whey, and casein can impact insulin levels and trigger inflammation. However, these proteins are often added in larger quantities to skimmed milk to thicken it.
In addition, the artificial sweeteners found in sodas tend to alter insulin levels,thus increasing inflammation and disease like acne, diabetes and rosacea.
You forget the sunscreen and glasses
THE’Sun exposure is the first cause of premature aging skin. Sunscreens can help prevent a variety of skin problems, including cancer. But you have to use them regularly, not just when you go to the beach or to the swimming pool. The same goes for sunglasses, which protect both the eyes and the delicate skin around them.
You don’t eat vegetables
If your plate isn’t regularly filled with antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables, your skin is at risk of showing it. Numerous studies have proven that antioxidants can slow or even reverse the signs of aging, including wrinkles and dark spots, protecting the skin from the ravages of sunburn, inflammation, and DNA damage. They can also calm inflammatory reactions that fuel skin conditions like acne, eczema, rosacea, and psoriasis. All the brightly colored fruits and vegetables, such as tomatoes, berries, carrots, and sweet potatoes are recommended to have beautiful skin.