How to make your face skin smooth? Face skin looks healthy when our body is healthy. If we have health problems, it shows up on our face.
Allergies are most noticeable on the face skin. Allergy is not a skin disease, it is a reaction to substances, poisons or other things that your body doesn’t like. Our face skin simply reflects it. You can get these chemicals from food, clothes, items, and cosmetics. The simplest solution is to avoid the allergens and irritants, but first you need to figure them out.
Some allergic reactions only happen under particular conditions or when allergens are highly concentrated. The most common allergens in cosmetics are synthetic fragrances.
Many people avoid natural fragrances – essential oils, but allergies to the essential oils themselves are very rare. That can’t be said about synthetic fragrances.
How to make your face skin smooth?
Take a break from make up
Toxins are cleared away through our face skin pores. If we apply a layer of make-up in the morning, our skin doesn’t breathe. So, it’s important to clean your face well before you go to sleep. Wash your face, moisturize and do not apply anything. If your face skin is oily, one day is not enough. Let your face skin breathe, at least on weekends, and remove everything that needs to be removed.
Try clay masks for cleansing your face skin. Your skin will be thankful if you take it once a week. The effect is visible immediately. You can choose already prepared masks, according to your skin type. For moisturizing and mature skin, choose a more moisturizing and nourishing mask, for oily face skin choose cleansing and oil balancing mask.
Basic synthetic cosmetics
Cosmetics which contain synthetic ingredients won’t do any good. There won’t be any lasting effects. Mineral oil is the basis of many face and body creams. It has no beneficial properties that can help your face skin. It covers skin as a layer that feels pleasant and smooth, but in the end it pulls out your skin’s moisture. Daily application of synthetic creams can lead to different skin problems even if they are not immediately noticeable.
Using silicones visually smooths your hair, but eventually accumulates plaque on the scalp and isolates your hair from feeding, causing its breaking and scalp skin itching. Oily skin cleansers and tonics with synthetic alcohols irritate the scalp, damage the protective skin layer and thus open the way for infections and stimulate sebum production. So they do the opposite of what they should do, right?
Take care of your skin
Using synthetic beauty products can harm your face skin. Choose natural cosmetics certified with eco-labels. Be sure to protect your face from strong winds, cold, sunburn, chlorinated water, high pollution, and dry air. To protect your face skin, apply creams with shea butter, coconut, jojoba oil, lanolin, beeswax. Choose creams that contain antioxidants in their formula. Such as rosehip seeds, avocados, sea buckthorn oils, grapefruit seeds, green tea extracts. Your skin doesn’t like the hot sun, but without the sun at all, skin also suffers. When there isn’t enough vitamin D and fresh air, the skin doesn’t look healthy.
For those who live in areas where there are cold winters, one of the biggest problems for the skin is the lack of sun and very dry indoor air during the heating season. Our skin needs to be well moisturized from outside and inside. Drink water every day, moisturize your skin with mineral or flower water in the morning and evening, also during the day, if it is very dry. You can also buy a humidifier.
Nutrition and the face skin
Many think that Italians eat pizza and pasta every day, but the truth is those who look fit and are healthy eat it once a month. One of my Italian friends said: If I ate brioches (french bread) every day, I would look like a brioche myself.
The healthier our diet is, the more beautiful our skin looks. Our face and body skin suffer from an excess of toxins, a lack of water, and a lack of nutrients. So the same rule applies in the diet and in cosmetics: avoid unhealthy foods that are high in allergens and aggressive substances that disrupt the body’s balance and harm good gut bacteria.
Many food additives damage our body and face skin: preservatives, dyes, fragrances, and flavor enhancers; agricultural chemicals: growth hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, hydrogenated fats, and refined products. If you want to keep your skin and body healthy – drink clean water, eat uncooked foods rich in minerals, vitamins, antioxidants and other life-sustaining substances, as well as fiber. These are organically grown fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, as well as herbs, legumes, whole grain products, premium-quality oils.
Having beautiful skin is not just about beauty. Beautiful skin is a reflection of a woman’s health and inner harmony. So it’s definitely worth the effort.