The Benefits of Skin Care

Posted: April 27, 2010 in Skin care
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Night Cream:

Typically, the skin should be left bare to breathe throughout the night. However, for dry or mature skin, after cleansing , apply a small amount of the night cream. Allow it to be for about 30 minutes. You can then wipe it off with a tissue paper because whatever good a night cream has to do, it will do in the first half an hour. It is not required after that.

Face Pack:

A good face pack can cleanse, refresh, rejuvenate, and exfoliate. It deep cleans and helps to prevent clogged pores, loosen blackheads, eliminate dirt etc. It should be used at least twice a week, depending on your skin type. Though there are numerous face packs available in the market, home made packs are the best. You can use honey, sugar, cucumber , cream, vegetables etc, depending on your skin type.


A scrubber or exfoliating mask is basically to remove the dead cells from the surface of the skin and to promote the growth of new cells. It increases the blood circulation by giving a nice glow to the skin. Use it once a week. Scrub a little hard on the places you have blackheads and wash it off later.

Sun block:

Use a good sun block whenever you step out in the sun. The harmful rays of the sun and the pollution can damage the skin immensely. Long exposure to the sun can even lead to skin cancer. Even if you are indoors it is advisable to apply a small amount of sunscreen.


Besides the regular skin care regimen, a monthly facial is a must. Visit a beauty salon that is good in hygiene and assure that the beauticians are experienced enough. Wrong treatment or wrong use of products can prove fatal to the skin. You can also do a facial at home easily with the natural products.


A good diet that includes green vegetables and fruits is as crucial as a facial for a perfect complexion. Drink a minimum of 10 to 12 glasses a day as in helps in cleaning the system. Finally, practice the art of staying happy. No amount of skin care can be beneficial if you are constantly under stress or worrying about something or the other.


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