You might think the old skincare regime of cleanse, tone, moisturise is fine for you. After all, if it’s not broke don’t fix it.
It might be working ok for you but there is nothing wrong with improving your beauty regime. After all, we live in an age where we can share information with the click of a button, why wouldn’t we take advantage of that?
This access to experts that we never had before is something that we should all be using so here are some more tips that might help you to improve your skin care.
Everyone loves the idea of a nice even tan, in fact it is commonplace to refer to it as having a ‘healthy tan’ but in reality the damage that the sun can do to your skin is frightening.
Using a sunscreen that can block the suns harmful rays and protect your skin will also help to protect you from prematurely ageing your skin.
Take Enough Vitamin A:
The benefits of Vitamin A can’t be understated. As well as being a great antioxidant it can encourage skin cells to act like younger skin cells in producing collagen. You will also find that it will help to combat fine lines and slight wrinkles.
A good Vitamin A moisturiser won’t cost you the world but you will be able to see some positive results from regular use.
Use Vitamin C:
Vitamin C is also a wonderful antioxidant which offers protection against sun damage and other factors that can damage your skin. Like Vitamin A, vitamin C encourages collagen production and can also reduce the appearance of certain skin blemishes and it can leave your skin looking more radiant. A combination of Vitamin A and Vitamin C moisturisers and a good sun screen should set you on the road to healthier, protected skin.