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    Drink lots of water everyday keep your body always hydrated .So it is also important that you pick the right one product for a beautiful glowing skin.

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    Dust and UV rays are very harmful for skin. You can try some sun screen lotion with SPF 15. Loose-fitting, long-sleeved shirts and long pants made from tightly woven fabric. They will help you to protect from UV rays and dust.

  3. #43


    Protect yourself from the sun
    Use sunscreen.
    Wear protective clothing.
    Don't smoke

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    Yes, You are right exprt143

    Thanks for tips

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    Thumbs up Signs That May Mean You Have Sensitive Skin

    If you often see red when you look in the mirror, your skin may be trying to tell you something. Find out if that rosy hue is a sign of a skin condition.

    If your skin has been dry, flaky, or irritated lately, you might need a redness intervention. And you’re not alone: The incidence of sensitive skin is at an all-time high. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, nearly 50 percent of people in the United States experience the irritation of inflamed skin at some point.

    “Sensitive skin is characterized by redness, itching, stinging, swelling, and flaking,” says Jessica Wu, MD, an associate clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Southern California medical school and Daily Glow's dermatology expert. Skin cells usually act as a barrier — holding water in and blocking irritants from entering the body — when that function is compromised, sensitivity results.

    Consult this checklist of the most common red flags indicating sensitivity to see if your skin barrier is in need of repair.

    Your skin flushes red at the drop of a hat. Whether your face turns red after cleansing or just from facing into a gust of chilly wind, your skin’s propensity to flush is a sign that its barrier function is compromised. While the redness may indicate simple sensitivity, it could also be a symptom of rosacea, a skin condition that's further marked by broken blood vessels and small pimples that tend to cluster around the nose, cheeks, and chin. The American Academy of Dermatology classifies rosacea as a subcategory of sensitive skin. If you suspect you have rosacea, a dermatologist can offer remedies to control the condition so that your life will be minimally affected.

    Skin care products and cosmetics often burn. Because the skin barrier is thinner in people who have sensitive skin, fragrance blends and active ingredients can penetrate more easily, causing stinging and burning. “If you have an immediate reaction to several brands of soaps, cleansers, and fragrances, you very likely have sensitive skin,” says Joel Schlessinger, MD, president emeritus of the American Society of Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetic Surgery. He adds that fragrance is the most notorious cause of irritation for those with sensitive skin, and that many find significant relief just by switching to fragrance-free items.

    You frequently have the urge to itch. A skin barrier that isn’t functioning correctly not only lets irritants in but lets the good stuff out — namely, water. Dryness is often the trigger of itching. According to the Mayo Clinic, two of the most common causes of dry-skin itch are cold weather and excessive washing in hot water.

    The best strategy for relief is to moisturize generously and often with a ceramide-containing lotion, says Joshua Zeichner, MD, an assistant professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. Ceramides and lipids are key ingredients in the skin barrier and can help restore your natural defenses.

    Your skin’s forecast often involves flakes. The difficulty sensitive skin has in retaining and regulating moisture can translate into flakes that shed continuously. Often the cause is overuse of chemical exfoliants like retinoids and glycolic acid — simply reducing the frequency of their use should relieve the flaking.

    For truly sensitive people, there may not be an obvious reason for the flaking. “It’s often very difficult to find any products that don’t worsen the problem,” says Dr. Wu. Hyaluronic acid, however, might be the magic bullet. The moisturizing substance can hydrate and help heal your skin. It’s also essential, advises Wu, that you support your skin’s ability to self-moisturize by eating a healthy, balanced diet rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and healthy fats, and drinking plenty of water.

  6. #46


    Protect your skin from the sun. It may seem like a tan masks acne, but it's only temporary. A tan may worsen your acne, not improve it. Tanning also causes damage to skin that will eventually lead to wrinkles and increase your risk of skin cancer.

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    hello Aliya! Skin care is always main problem There are five basic types of skin: Dry, oily,combination, normal and sensitive. Firstly, you should know which types of skin you have. I think this article helps you.[url under review]

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    stalina, if you are going to cut and paste let us know where you are getting the article so that we all may read it in it entirety.

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    Thumbs up y34963 Okies

    The Article Is Copy Pasted But Not The Whole Part
    i will share the link with u guys
    i have collected ideas from many sites
    then i posted this

  10. #50


    Our skin is very soft and sensitive. Take care of this for that you should follow some simple tips like :
    1) Drinking water daily
    2) Wash your face at least 3 times in a day.
    3) eat healthy foods
    4) Do exercise regularly
    5) Use natural remedies for the skin care.
    Follow this simple and easy tips for skin care.

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