• Avoid mixing skin care products. Use a skin care system intended to work together to maintain the skin’s natural pH balance.
• Drink plenty of water.
• Don’t use products containing drying alcohol.
• Avoid cleansers that suds.
• Avoid products containing artificial coloring agents, synthetic fragrances, parabens, propylene glycol, waxes, mineral oil, or sodium laurel sulfates.
• Don’t go to bed wearing make- up.
• Increase fiber intake.
• Don’t smoke. Smoking constricts blood vessels, causing premature wrinkling.
• Use natural based products.
• Don’t use soap as a skin cleanser. All skin types, by nature, are on the low pH side, or slightly acidic, measuring about 6 on the pH scale. One of the greatest enemies to the skin’s pH balance is soap because soap leaves the skin in an alkaline state that is receptive to bacteria.
• Get your beauty sleep. Eight hours is best.
• Think positive, healing thoughts.
The skin is a marvelous organ and responds quickly to
kindness and care.
When you care for your complexion it will do everything naturally possible to be soft, clear, healthy, and youthful in appearance.