In your daily skin care routine remember to dedicate several minutes to massaging your face and to applying the cosmetic product correctly and you will achieve amazing results!
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A correctly performed facial massage:
- - stimulates circulation
- - improves the skin tone and reduces sagging
- - reduces stress and relaxes
- - has a lifting effect on the skin
- - makes the oval of the face more distinctive
- - improves the absorption of cosmetic products.
Skin care products are best used after a bath when the skin is warm, the blood vessels expanded and the skin pores open. Faster blood circulation increases the absorption of nourishing substances included in a cream, enabling them to reach the deepest layers of the skin.
Apply creams and serums in the evening, as at night the skin displays better absorption properties of cosmetic products, leading to its quicker regeneration.
HOW CAN WE ADDITIONALLY INFLUENCE THE CONDITION OF OUR SKIN?
The condition of our skin is affected by many different factors. One such factor are genes which are difficult to overcome. It should be emphasized, however, that by using suitable care products adapted to the needs of our skin, in many instances we can greatly improve our skin’s condition ourselves.
First of all – avoid smoking.
The skin of a smoker ages quicker and looks much worse than that of a non-smoker, because it displays many photo-ageing characteristics. This is caused by the fact that nicotine and cigarette smoke accelerate the ageing processes of the skin.
Secondly – avoid excessive exposure to the sun.
Although summer strolls in the fresh air are of great benefit to our body as the sun provides our organisms with the essential vitamin D3 and many other substances of crucial importance to our health – excessive sun tanning accelerates the ageing processes of the skin. Therefore, in order to maintain a youthful look, we should avoid excessive exposure of our skin to the sun or use suitable cosmetics with UV filters.
In the third place – skin hydration, both from the outside (use of hydrating creams) and from the inside (drinking enough water every day).
In the fourth place – avoiding stress, as much as this is possible.
Stress is reflected in the condition of our skin – the skin becomes dull and dry. Also, stress-related illnesses can occur, including: psoriasis, eczema, seborrhoea, acne, losing hair, misshapen and brittle nails, hives, cold sores, shingles, allergy aggravation and itching.