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    Default My skincare tips

    1. Don't smoke. It's affects your skin drastically.

    2. Wash your face thrice a day since a lot of dust gets accumulated and put on a proper treatment product, if needed.

    3. Keep your makeup clean. Do remember to replace the sponges in your compact on a regular basis.

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    Lol don't smoke? People who smoke wont listen to this! Can I also add.... drink plenty of water, this will keep your skin hydrated

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    Yeah drinking water is a really good tip and smoking doesnt help. I always forget to wash my make up brushes, i think most people do... thanks for the reminder!!

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    Smoking cigarettes causes the constriction of the blood vessels which in turn reduces blood supply (to the skin) resulting in reduction in the availability of oxygen and the removal of waste products, dead cell fragments etc… So avoid smoking ..

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    I disagree with washing your face thrice a day. I think twice a day is the best number of times. When you keep washing your face, you strip off a layer of your skin thereby making it dry. Instead of washing your face during the day, you might consider using a refreshing spritzer to cool your face or oil blotter sheets to remove excess oil and dust.

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    Always get adequate sleep and avoid drinking too much alcohol.

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    Thank's For Sharing such a useful skin caring tips I also Wanna Share with you that How to Stop Excessive Sweatning From the Body B'coz Excessive Sweatning May cause Rashes on skin and it may be harmful for our skin:
    Main Way's To Stop Excessive Sweatning are:->
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    Sweatning Doctors Remove this excessive Sweat glands,Or some Doctors use to give Botox Injection to treat this Excessive Sweatning,I'm Telling You 11 Normal ways to Stop Excessive Sweatning.
    1. Drinking plenty of water has been proved to be an effective way to reduce sweating. Many people think that more water will lead to more sweating, but water has the opposite effect on sweating. The right water content in your body maintains the body temperature and when your body does not have enough water; your body temperature will rise and stimulate sweating.

    2. Make sure that you wear proper clothing, especially during hot and humid weather. Using natural fibers is ideal as they allow proper Some People Saying this Excessive Sweatning occur due to more Sweat glands,there are Many surgery available to treat this air circulation and helps you to keep your skin temperature normal. Cotton is known to be the best fabric during hot and humid weather conditions and wool during winter. Linen is a natural fiber and is as effective as cotton.

    3. Avoid wear tight clothes. When you wear tight clothes, you do not allow enough space for the air to circulate inside your clothing and this will enhance sweating. Tight clothes will tend to increase the skin temperature and thus inducing sweating.

    4. Proper hygiene plays an important role in helping you control excessive sweating. If you are suffering from excessive sweating problem, then make sure that you bathe daily and couple this habit with any other method you’ll use to control sweating.

    5. Avoid spicy food, garlic, red meat and smelly fish if you are planning to meet a lot of people. Your body odour is in a way determined by the food that you intake and garlic, smelly fish or other smelly food substances will alter your body odour. Red meat and spicy food are known to enhance sweating and should be avoided, unless you are planning to spend the rest of the day at home.

    6. Stress is known to enhance sweating and it would help you if you take regular de stressing treatments. Inspirational books, soothing music, scented candles or bubble baths; anything that helps you to relieve stress is ideal for you.

    7. Always take cold showers. If you take a hot shower, more often than not, you would have noticed that you will sweat while drying yourself. The reason for this is the increase in skin temperature that occurs when you take a hot shower. With increase in skin temperature, sweating is induced and in fact the whole purpose of taking a bath can be defeated.

    8. Consult your doctor and get some information on what type of counter products will help you to control excessive sweating. People have reported to suffer from allergies and irritation while using some deodorants and it is always better to try out a deodorant before you purchase it. You can always experiment with various deodorants and antiperspirants that are available in the market to find one that helps you the most.

    9. Deodorants do not prevent sweating. They only help you to control body odour. Antiperspirants are known to control sweating to an extent and its effect depends on how bad your case of excessive sweating is.

    10. Use different methods to cool your skin down. A fan or an air conditioner will definitely help you to control sweating.

    11. Have as much as healthy cold snacks as you can. Cool lemonade, ice cream or any cold beverage will help you to keep yourself cool.

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    Default the magic of a cucumber

    Have you tried eating one cucumber (normal size) a day?
    It is not only good for your skin but also good as a low calorie snack.

    In less than one month, you should see an improvement (a great improvement) in your "facial" skin.

    Especially if you have acne problems, this should be on your "must do" list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimico View Post
    I disagree with washing your face thrice a day. I think twice a day is the best number of times. When you keep washing your face, you strip off a layer of your skin thereby making it dry. Instead of washing your face during the day, you might consider using a refreshing spritzer to cool your face or oil blotter sheets to remove excess oil and dust.
    yes, overwashing can actually damage your skin! but you should always wash your face morning and night, and after workouts and such when you sweat!

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    I totally agree!!!


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