Beautiful in Your Skin Month on June, 2020: White skin beautiful?
June, 2020 is Beautiful in Your Skin Month 2020. Best Ways To Keep Your Skin Healthy and Looking Great The skin is one of a number of
I'm glad I saw this question because I also have naturally pale skin and I figured out ways to make it glow. First, you need to make sure that you exfoliate your face. Here's the right way to do so:
First, you should wash your face with warm water to soften up your skin. This will make exfoliating more effective since dead skin will come off more easily.
Then, use an exfoliating face wash, such as Aveeno Clear Complexion Cream Cleanser (you can find it at Wal Mart. Do NOT use soap on your face because soap often has oils that can clog your pores) and gently massage your face with it. Do not exfoliate in the area around your eyes brcause the skin there is too sensitive. Also, avoid exfoliating hard and fast. It will only irritate your skin, and it will not make it faster to remove dead skin. So make sure you exfoliate gently. The longer you exfoliate, the more effective, but I don't suggest that you surpass 4 minutes. I'd stick to 1 or 2 minutes for the face (about 2x a weak if you have sensitive skin, and if not, everyday or every other day).
Next, Rinse the exfoliator/ face wash from your face with warm water to keep the pores open. This will make the cleanser more effective in cleaning out pores.
Finally rinse your face with warm water again to keep your pores open to make the moisturizer more effective.
Pat your face dry with a soft towel.
Pick a noncomedogenic (doesn't clog pores), oil-free face lotion, and apply it all around your face, though it's best to avoid the area around your eyes (Do NOT use just any moisturizer on your face. because if it is not meant for your face, it might have chemicals that are too harsh on your face.Also, if it is not oil free and noncomodogenic, it will make acne worse). I would use olive oil around the eyes, then rinse it and pat it dry. The reason for this is that other parts of your face can accomodate to chemicals that the area around the eye cannot since it is so sensitive.
With a pale face, it is also important to make sure you do not have dark circles under your eyes.
In case you do, I suggest using a natural remedy.
First, you should try to figure out what might be causing the dark circles. If you have allergies, that might be the cause, so in that case, ask your doctor what allergy medicine is right for you.
Another possible reason you have dark circles is that you do not sleep well. I that case, the dark circles are temporary, and will improve with more sleep.
Dark circles could also be caused by lack of enough nutrients in your body, so you can either start eating more healthy foods with nutrients, or take some vitamins (ask your doctor what kind they recommend).
Finally, a natural remedy that has been used for years is to cut up cold cucumber slices and let them rest over your eyes for a few minutes.This allows your skin to get some of the nutrients from the cucumber, while the coolness of the cucumber also helps. This may not work the first week, but over a few weeks, you should see improvement.
Overall, if I were in your place, I would take vitamin supplements, use allergy medicine such as claritin if needed, and use the cucumber remedy. Like I said, it takes time, but it should help, and it also slows down the aging process.
If you still don't see improvement over a month, you should see a dermatologist.
To finish off your pale look, you need the right make-up.
First start with finding the right cover-up. In my experience, the best kind is Physician Formula Mineral loose powder duo. It is healthier than other cover-ups because it is talc-free, noncomedogenic (doesn't clog pores) and it looks so natural that no one ever knows I have any on. But make sure you moisturize before using it. Also, it comes with to colors (creamy light and creamy natural) and I use the creamy light all around my face, and I use the creamy natural to contour parts of my face if I feel like it (mainly to emphasize my cheekbones or something). You can still use black mascara because it makes your eyelashes look beautiful and long, but make sure you put it on the right way so that it looks natural rather than clumpy. I usually apply one coat and use my finger to brush my lashes from left to right to make sure the clumps are gone. Then use some brown eyeliner and apply it on your waterline. Do NOT use black eyeliner unless you have naturally dark hair (as in dark brown or close to black). The final touch will be some chap-stick. Use a chap-stick with a redish color to enhance the pinkish-red color of your lips.
I'm sorry that this is long, but it really makes your pale skin glow. It's the best way to keep your skin natural and avoid early aging.
Good luck! Hope this helps!
beautiful glowing skin?
-Drink lots and lots of water. Drink 8 ounce of water before you sleep and another 8 ounce as soon as you wake up.
-Applying honey on your face will make it glow.
-Wash your face before you hit the hay. If you spend 20 mins doing your make-up, spend 20 mins getting rid of it.
-Do a daily lymph drainage massage (basically you have to gently massage the area around your eyes, your neck, your cheeks and your collar bone with the tip of your fingers). This really works! It's an Asian beauty secret ;)
-Make sure your skin is always moisturized. I use Palmer's cocoa butter and it's awesssome!
-Cut down on fatty food.
-Get plenty of rest.
Good luck! :)
How can I have a beautiful and glowing face?
When you're in the midst of battling parched winter skin, it's easy to forget that summer presents its own skin challenges. Summer offers a reprieve from forced dry heat and lack of indoor humidity, but skin faces a different challenge during the summer. Exposure to the ultraviolet rays of the sun can wreck life-threatening havoc in addition to causing skin to age prematurely.
Spring offers the very best environment for skin. Its moderate temperature range and the high humidity from April showers can lull you into complacent neglect toward skin care. Spring's optimal conditions provide your skin with a welcome rest between struggling to retain moisture during the arid winter months and the assault of the summer sun. When the temperature heats up and you start spending more time outdoors, it's time to rev up your skin care regimen again.
As the dog days of summer approach, the key to beauty from the inside out is to lighten up. As your mood lightens from extended daylight hours, it's time to lighten up on work, clothing, food and beverage, and lotions and potions. Follow our tips below, and pay special attention to the sun prevention tips and tricks.
1. Beauty begins on the inside. During the summer months, trade your heavy stews and soups for lighter fare, including grilled fish and fruit salads. Retire the hot chocolate in favor of iced green tea, and say goodbye to the hot spiced rum for a few months, replacing it with a cool, refreshing wine spritzer or frozen fruit daiquiri.
2. Summer signals the beginning of increased activity, which causes you to lose moisture through perspiration. Drink water before you feel thirsty. Once you feel thirst, you're already slightly dehydrated. Carry water with you everywhere, to eliminate the possibility of drinking tap water.
3. Chlorine doesn't play nice with skin, hair and nails; it leaves them dry, brittle and flakey. It adds an additional load to your body
—another chemical for your body to assimilate and eliminate. Wash off chlorine as soon as you step out of the pool or hot tub. Add a water filter to your shower to trap chlorine and other chemicals. You'll notice a difference in your skin within a few days.
4. Apply creams and lotions with a high Sun Protection Factor (SPF). Lightweight summer clothes don't completely block the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays. In fact, lightweight clothing offers very little SPF—usually around 8. When you spend concentrated time in the sun, apply a water-resistant or waterproof sun block, and use a sun block with zinc on your face. Reapply often. Even with sun block, you'll get some color in the summer. Until you do, fake it with one of the many self-tanning lotions on the market. Whatever you do, don't attempt to get a suntan the old-fashioned way. Wear a wide-brimmed hat to protect your hair from the sun and to provide additional protection to your face.
5. If you work in the garden, apply protection against insects, and reapply as necessary. Not only will you avoid unsightly bite marks and annoying itching, but you might also avoid debilitating disease. Don't take unnecessary chances. If the thought of applying DEET to your body makes you shudder, apply one of the natural insect repellants containing citronella and other natural essential oils. When you get bitten, avoid the urge to scratch. Scratching only intensifies the itching sensation, and it can lead to infection and scarring.
6. Grow an aloe plant. They're impossible to kill, even if you have a brown thumb. Having immediate access to an Aloe plant is like having a drugstore in your backyard. Break off a leaf and apply the gel on the inside to provide instant relief from sunburn, insect bites, burns from outdoor grilling, and minor skin irritations. Keep another plant in the kitchen for burns. Nothing works as quickly as Aloe to stop the pain.
7. Lighten up on your facial moisturizing routine. Instead of dry flakes, your skin faces eruptions from clogged pores during the summer. Clean your face meticulously, several times each day if necessary. Switch to a lighter moisturizer with fewer emollients. Consider a tinted moisturizer to eliminate the extra layer of make-up foundation. If you have good skin, show it off during the summer instead of hiding it under layers of concealer, foundation and powder. Allow your natural radiant skin to shine through without obstruction.
8. Hands and feet require special care in the summer. Keep nails short to enjoy summer sports activities. You don't want to interrupt a set of tennis to repair a broken nail. You may get calluses from gardening and racquet sports. Exfoliate hands and feet regularly, and don't lighten up on rich, emollient hand and foot creams, because parts of the hands and feet contain no oil glands. If you visit the beach, take a long walk on the beach. No manmade treatment equals the exfoliation power of feet pounding against sand. Walk long enough, and your feet will sport a baby soft fin