A Guide to Make You Beautiful In Summer
Exfoliation gets rid of dead, dry skin cells. Use a washcloth, a loofah or any number of the microderm abrasion creams or tools that are now on the market. First, wet your entire body in the bath or shower. Then apply exfoliating cleanser to your loofah or washcloth, and scrub, using gentle, circular motions. Keep up the regimen throughout the summer.
Exfoliated skin will make people less likely to streak and prevent your glow from fading prematurely. Don't go overboard, exfoliate no more than once a day-a couple times a week is enough.
After exfoliating, which is the best way to get your skin ready for the summer (the regular exfoliation), it's time to hydrate which means through moisturizer. For skin that's only a little dry, opt for a liquid moisturizer. For very dry skin, try a cream moisturizer. Use it after you exfoliate and shower because it adds back the protective skin barrier you lost during shower. Be sure to pick a moisturizer that is labeled as "noncomedogenic." This means it won't clog your pores and cause breakouts.
Tinted moisturizers, which give skin a bronzed look, are increasingly popular. But be careful! Just because a product makes you look tan doesn't mean it offers any sun defense. You may need to use sun cream in addition to the bronzing moisturizers.
3. Remove Unwanted Hair:
Shaving every day in the summer can be a real pain. But a good shaving strategy can simplify the process. The first step is to make sure hair is thoroughly wet first. Avoid repeating strokes. Keep skin relaxed while shaving. Shave in the direction of the hair. Going against the grain gets a closer shave, but it tends to cause irritation and ingrown hair. In places where hair grows in different directions and in hard-to-reach areas, such as underarms and the bikini area, try pulling the skin slightly, making it more taut and easier to shave. Try using a shave-minimizing moisturizer after you shave. It may reduce hair growth. Skincare experts recommend buying a specialized product made with aspirin, an anti-inflammatory, which decreases the likelihood of shaving bumps caused by ingrown hairs. Several treatments are available in drugstores to help eliminate bumps, ingrown hairs and razor burns.
Waxing is another popular option for hair removal. It will buy you more time than shaving, but you do have to allow time for the hair to grow a bit before rewaxing. Although home kits are available, you'll find the best way to avoid a nasty skin infection is by leaving waxing to the professionals at a salon.
4. Feet Care:
Get rid of fungal toenails, whitening and antifungal agents help remove toe fungus and fix discolored nails. If you have major discoloration, doctors can use a laser to whiten the nails. Oral antifungals are also available, but they may take time to start working. For unsightly calluses on your heels, a chemical peel administered by a doctor can remove the entire callus for baby-soft skin. Exfoliating creams can help keep smaller calluses at bay. Pedicures are also popular during sandal season, but they're not without their risks. There are a few simple things you can do to keep yourself safe at the salon. Cut down on germs by making sure the pedicurist cleans out the whirlpool with bleach. Bring your own instruments, and never let anyone use razor blades on your feet. Have the pedicurist cut your toenails straight across to avoid ingrown toenails. Opt for lighter polish colors like beige and light pink-darker shades can stain nails.
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thanks for shairing theses tips
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