How To Get Beautiful Skin
Answers to your skincare questions.
The skin envelops your body, protects it and is a place for exchange with the outside world. It consists of three layers: the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis. There are also annexes such as hair, nails, sweat glands and sebaceous glands.
How do you keep skin looking beautiful as long as possible?
It is essential to start caring for your skin as a teenager. The first step to achieveing beautiful looking skin is cleansing with a product such as Go 360° Clean, which is suitable for all skin types. Remember to include treatments such as a day cream, night cream and eye cream in this routine. Adjust the products you use to your age and how you want your skin to look and feel.
Normal or combination skin
Normal skin is soft, even and without obvious imperfections. If some areas are oily and shiny, especially on the "T zone" (forehead, nose, chin), then it is combination skin.
How do you protect your skin from the sun?
To protect your skin from the sun, avoid peak sun hours between 11 am and 3 pm and use lotion specific to your skin type.
How do you reduce undereye dark circles?
The eye is the most fragile part of your face. This area is very rich in muscles (eyelids and the eye), which are important and are an indicator of your health. Often hereditary, dark circles can be exacerbated by an unhealthy lifestyle, such as not getting anough sleep, smoking or having a diet high in fat. To regenerate the delicate under eye area, apply Youth Code Eye Cream daily.
Oily skin is produced by a substance called sebum and occurs most frequently in adolescents and young women. Excess oil gives skin a shiny appearance, especially on the forehead, nose and chin. Oily skin is thick and covered by a film that protects it from dehydration. It is less sensitive to external factors, such as drying, and is therefore less prone to wrinkling and other signs of aging.
Signs of aging: how do you prevent the appearance of wrinkles?
Help prevent the appearance of wrinkles by applying a day and night cream to the face and neck daily. Collagen is an important agent in the fight against wrinkles. It supports the skin's structure and reduces the appearance of wrinkles. The Collagen range works to smooth and plump skin with intense hydration. To fight the ten signs of aging in a one simple step, use Revitalift Clinical Repair 10.
How do essential oils work on your skin?
Essential oils can be applied to your skin in four ways: by massaging, on a pad, in the bath or in the shower. The active ingredients in essential oils are absorbed through the skin.
Wrinkles are folds, ridges or creases in the skin that are typically a result of aging, habitual facial expressions and other factors. Localized areas include crow's feet and the chin, which are often affected by sun exposure and are one of the clinical signs of photo aging.
Skin under the eyes is very thin and has few oil glands unlike the rest of the body. With age, the skin becomes thinner and drier and as a result the veins under the eyes appear darker.
Is Argan oil good for your skin?
Exceptionally rich in Omega-6 fatty acids, Vitamin E and polyphenols, Argan oil is a moisturizing oil that regenerates epidermal cells. It helps prevent the appearance of wrinkles and is also used to treat skin irritations.
Orange peel skin
Orange peel is the external manifestation of what is happening inside our bodies: an alteration of the connective tissue structure causes "dimpling" on the surface of the skin similar to the texture of an orange peel.
The stratum corneum is the outermost layer of skin in the body. It is in direct contact with the external environment and plays the vital role of a barrier to external aggressions. The cells of the stratum corneum are dead, but are filled with keratin and surrounded by a protective hydro-lipid film composed of lipids, fatty acids and ceramides. These cells are continuously renewed by the phenomenon known as peeling.
At the base of each hair is a small gland called the sebaceous gland, which can get blocked by the production of sebum. It oxidizes when in contact with air and becomes black. Black heads are usually found on the face (cheeks, chin and nose), although they can also appear on the back.
The storage and release of fat is balanced in adipocytes, also known as fat cells. Fat is mainly stored in the bottom half of the female body where adipocytes tend to increase in volume. This increase is associated with a decrease in local blood circulation which gradually changes the structure of tissues, slows down cellular exchange and accumulates toxins. On the surface level, aside from orange peel being increasingly visible and potentially painful, skin loses its softness and flexibility.