Tuesday, November 3, 2009

You Can Be a Beautiful Bride on D-Day

When it comes to proper skin care, there are many important things to know. After all, you are going to be living in your skin for the rest of your life, so keep it looking and feeling healthy and beautiful.

Cleansing is one of the most important steps, but before you choose a proper face cleanser you need to determine what your skin type is. The basic types are blemished, oily, normal, dry, or sensitive. If you are not sure which type you have, it isn't hard to find out. Just Click Here

Even if you have oily skin, you want to avoid commercial bar soaps, as they are much too rough on the skin, especially on the face where the skin is most delicate. Do not cleanse too often! Typically washing once in the morning and once at night should be enough.

Another critical part of skin care is exfoliation. Regularly exfoliating your face is especially important, because it will help get rid of dead skin cells and leave your skin looking healthy and smooth. Exfoliating is simple depending on your skin type. If you have blemished skin I do not recommend using a scrub to exfoliate. Use a gentle exfoliating product like L'Bri Enzyme Facial Peel - This exfoliator works to dissolve dead skin cells without acids. Instead this remarkable product uses the natural fruit enzymes of green papaya, calming pineapple, and stabilized aloe vera gel to naturally exfoliate and enhance the visual clarity of the skin and dramatically improve the skin's texture.

The next step is use an alcohol-free Freshener or Toner. These helps protect the skin from bacteria by restoring the skins normal pH balance. They also refine pores and prepares the skin to absorb the moisturizer.

Moisturizing is the next important step in any skin care routine, yes, even if you have very oily skin. You will need to use some type of moisturizer, especially after cleaning and exfoliating your face. With L’Bri Moisturizers you just dot the moisturizer around the area of your face, and then add water to your finger tips and gently massage the cream or lotion into your face.

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