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Skin Diaries: How to get healthy skin & maintain it!

While everyone wants healthy skin because of the radiance it gives, it can also be an indicator of your overall health. Your skin is your largest organ and helps your body rid itself of toxins. So having healthy skin starts with having a healthy body. The skin you want years from now relies heavily on how you treat your skin today.

Why routine facials are so important

Professional grade facials is a good way to get a deep clean, removing dead skin and product build that lingers in your pores long after we wash and exfoliate. With proper extractions by a trained professional ensures no damage or scarring. You're also ensured a proper skin analysis which is an opportunity for you to understand your skin better, to know what your skin needs and what to avoid.

Ways to maintain healthy skin!

1. Make sure to apply SPF daily

It's so much easier to prevent the damage then to fix it. Sun exposure is responsible for an estimated 90% of the visible aging of your skin, which is far more than all other factors combined. Always remember to cover up and wear SPF all year round, even in the colder months.

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2. Hydrate from within to get clear skin

So very important to stay hydrated and drink your recommended glasses of water each day. It's important to remember water helps clear the toxins that cause inflammation and blemishes. It also assists in transporting nutrients and oxygen to skin cells.

3. Clean your makeup Brushes

Dirt and bacteria linger in our makeup brushes and sponges which will lead to breakouts. It's recommended to cleanse your loose powder brushes once every 2 weeks and for our foundation/concealer brushes or sponges once a week.

4.Eat a Healthy diet

Radiant skin comes from within and given our skin is our largest organ then it's important to keep our gut healthy. Which is why you should consider skin friendly foods such as Omega-3 fatty acids that help strengthen our skin and could be found in chia seeds. Vitamin C in Kale or broccoli that helps promote collagen and antioxidant-rich vitamins A and E that can be found in sweet potatoes or carrots.

5. Finding the best products for your skin

Not seeing the desired results from your current skincare?. This is when having a facial is ideal!. With the proper skin analysis your skincare professional can advise what your skin is lacking and definitely what your skin needs to avoid. One very important thing to keep in mind is that the skin needs time to absorb and build up products before noticing their benefits. I know we are all in a hurry to see instant results but it takes time. Remember "skincare is a commitment, not a miracle!" and you should be giving any new product at least 12 weeks to see if it's really improving your skin before calling it quits.


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