This routine will be helpful for you in the morning since there will not be lot of makeup left on your face. When you wake up, wash your face with plain warm water and wipe with a dry cotton ball. Cleanse the areas under your eyes and near your nose using the cotton ball. Exfoliate – One of the best morning skin care tips to follow is by exfoliating your skin after you have washed your face with clean warm water. This will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth.
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The Wisdom of Ancient Skin Care
Dr. Benabio recommends using disposable sponges whenever possible, since so many of us forget to regularly clean our brushes (guilty!). “People don’t think about the bacteria that can lurk on them,” he warns. Flickr photo by Jorg Weingrill Moisturizer No surprise here — products meant to hydrate your skin are full of, you guessed it, water. The more water in a product, the better chance bacteria have of breeding and surviving, according to Discovery Health. Lipstick Or Gloss The water content in wet lip products ups the risk of spreading germs, so Good Housekeeping recommends tossing after two years. However, if you have a hunch something is lurking on your lipstick, ditch it sooner.
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Skin Care Products: What ‘Natural,’ ‘Hypoallergenic’ And ‘Unscented’ Really Mean
Use Mud and Clay Rhassoul clay has been used for over 1,400 years as a soap, shampoo, and skin conditioner, according to the Mountain Rose Herbs website ( http://www.mountainroseherbs.com ). Hailing from the Atlas Mountains in Eastern Morocco, the reddish-brown cosmetic clay contains high percentages of silica, magnesium, potassium, and calciumtopical nutrients that benefit skin and hair. The clays properties cause it to swell when water is added to it, which makes it a popular choice in spas and skin care regimens from facial masks to hair care. One pound of raw Rhassoul clay powder costs only $9 on the Mountain Rose Herbs website and can be used in multiple ways. Mud from Israels Dead Sea is renowned for its therapeutic properties for the skin due to the high mineral content. We still cover our bodies with it today to help heal eczema and psoriasis, and to deliver beautifying minerals to the epidermis.
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