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SKINCARE GURU: SKINCARE PRACTICES TO EVEN SKIN TONE

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The journey to skin perfection is perhaps the nicest journey every woman could take.  That feeling of fulfillment and the boost in self-esteem is indeed unfathomable. As a woman, we understand your skin concerns. That is primarily the reason behind, why, we at B&A Cosmetics are so keen in bombarding you with relevant skincare tips and tricks to good skincare habits you might want to incorporate in achieving that fairly glowing skin. Our weekly dose of skincare tips and advice are just some of the reason why we very much and highly encourage you to become a B&A Insider.

For your today’s dose of skincare tip, let us try to understand and address your skin concern such as: uneven skin tone. From the term itself, un+even, it is a skin condition when the skin on your face or the other parts of your body is different in color from that of the other skin areas. In layman’s terms. Not even. The most common culprit to uneven skin is of course, our skin’s worst enemy – sun exposure. Other factors, such as hyperpigmentation plays a key role in the contribution to uneven skin tone. But worry no more, Queens! With a little bit of tweaking on your current skincare practices plus changes in lifestyle. Achieving even skin is attainable.

Let us try to enumerate first what habits you have to start incorporating by now in achieving that even skin tone.

  • Stop touching your skin – That post acne stage where you can’t help but touch the remains of the acne, In as much as you want to and as tempting at it may be please do consider this advice at all cost. Touching your skin often may add up to skin darkening and prolonging the time span of post acne healing.

     

  • Loads up on H20 – . Drinking water is vital and is essential for good health. Your body needs water for almost every function it does. Drinking plenty of water aids in flushing toxins, aiding with digestion, regulating body temperature and keeping skin hydrated 

     

  • Quit smoking – With all these health warnings and bad effects of smoking as posted on different media platforms? Some of you still smoke? Quit as early as now or you’ll pay for the price of it sooner or later. Smoking contributes to uneven skin tone. Want to know the bad effects of it on your skin? Well this may pretty hurt but here’s the truth! Smoking speeds up breakdowns of collagen and constricts blood vessels that carry oxygen and nutrient to your skin. Smokers are more prone to wrinkle early. And how about the thought of yellowish fingertips and nails and uneven skin tone? That doesn’t pretty well look cool.

     

    Apart from that of the habits you may want incorporate in your current lifestyle. Let us try to check on as well what skincare practices you may start doing by now in achieving and even skin

    Jump start with a little bit of exfoliation! Exfoliate! Exfoliate – but not daily

    We can never talk about skin care without exfoliation being mentioned. The purpose of exfoliation is to slough away dead skin cells that tends to dull the skin and clog pores. Be sure to choose a face scrub that is formulated for your specific skin type and issues. Remember not to overdo exfoliating. Two to three times per week is ideal to avoid any skin irritations.

    Serum infused with Vitamin C

    This wonder elixir is hydrating skin care product that protects your skin from free radicals and future damage. It targets your specific skin concerns such as, brightening, calming and firming. Generally, your serum should have active ingredients that you can wear throughout the day like Vitamin C which will make help in plumping and firming the skin. According to Dr. Jenny Liu, a board certified dermatologist and assistant professor in the Department of Dermatology at the University of Minnesota, one good reason why Vitamin C is integral part of any skincare ingredient is because of its ability to inhibit enzyme that called tyrosinase – used in pigmentation and melanin production.  One good reason why it makes it an effective lightening ingredient.

    Sunscreen is indeed your skincare buddy

    This is the most repetitive skincare advice we’ve given and will continue to advice. Because why not? Sunscreen should be your skincare buddy no matter what season you are in. Sun exposure is the most emphasized reason for skin damage.  Limiting your exposure to sun plus making sure that you are protected with SPF is of big help in attaining even skin tone. It is important to wear sunscreen that has an SPF of at least 30 and says broad spectrum on its label. Yes! Check your label! Don’t forget to reapply based on what is instructed on the label. Seriously, it’s about time you get serious about sunscreen.

    Moisturize Daily

    Moisturizing is as important as cleansing. Moisturize at least twice a day: once after you shower in the morning and once after you cleanse your face at night. Always see to it that you apply moisturizer right after cleansing your face as it helps locking in the moisture and provides a protective barrier on your skin to reduce the harmful causes brought by environmental aggressors.  If you notice that your skin feels dry despite moisturizing regularly, perhaps, it is the time for you to make a big switch. B&A Cosmetics 24K Pure Gold Deluxe Moisturizer infused with 24 Karat Gold packed with variety of vitamins such as Vitamin A, C and E all of which are beneficial to your skin in  restoring radiance and supporting healthy skin.

    Wait up, Queens! We still have loads of surprises for you. There are some skincare ingredients that you may want to take a look on to on your existing skincare products (such as serum, toner and moisturizer) that is believed to be helpful in achieving an even skin tone. The good news? We have information readily available for you already. Just visit the links to our previous blog posts for your reference. These are some of our previous blogs that might interest you in your pursuit to seeking skincare ingredients that actually aids in achieving even skin tone.

    Rosehip Oil – An effective emollient and moisturizer

    Squalane Oil – With its ability to mimic our skin’s natural oil. This oil is indeed helpful in providing your skin an ultimate boost of hydration.

    Witch Hazel Oil – Aides in tightening pores and relieving skin inflammation 

    Hyaluronic Acid – As it fills the skin with moisture, HA actually helps tighten the overall complexion.

     

     

     

     

    Now, having said all these. What are your thoughts about these skincare tips and advices? We love hearing from you, Queens!  For now we highly suggests you to Become a B&A Insider

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