As the temperature drops and tree leaves start to change colors, we take out sweaters and warm blankets. It is also time to adjust our skin care routine for Fall.
UVA and UVB rays are both harmful. The long wave rays, the UVA rays, go deep into the skin to cause premature aging. UVB rays, the short wave rays, are the ones that cause the top layer of skin to burn
Spring cleaning is not just for your overstuffed closets. As you set aside your bulky winter wears to pare down for warmer weather, slim down your heavy skincare routine and swap in new products to produce glowing spring skin. No matter how diligent you are about your skincare routine, winter is not kind to the epidermis. When it's cold outside, we turn up the heat inside and that dry, hot air can wreak havoc on the skin. Winter not only leaves skin dryer and rougher, but it can even make skin look older. Get your skin ready for spring by exfoliating, rejuvenating, moisturizing and protecting.
Serums are facial formulas that are full of active anti-aging and skin rejuvenation ingredients. One thing that sometimes surprises people the first time they try a serum is the serum texture. Serums are much thinner than your average heavy facial cream. The reason for this is that serums take all the unnecessary fillers out to leave only the most powerful active ingredients.
As temperatures plummet, many people begin to suffer from dry, itchy skin. Combine frigid temperatures with exposure to dry air from your furnace, and it's no wonder your skin is itchy and uncomfortable during the winter months. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to feel more comfortable in your own skin as the weather cools down.
I like avocados. I use the fruit to make California Sushi Rolls or eat it plain with salt. The health benefits from eating this amazing fruit are so many. Avocado is loaded with healthy fats, vitamins and minerals, that help your immune system and prevent disease. It is good for the health of the whole body.