What Your Skin Loves
by Rae Liriano
When we are young our skin is at its most beautiful state, but that doesn't mean that we cannot keep supple skin as
we get older. Even young skin can appear dull and tired if we overload it with chemicals, too much sun and too little
water. When we gain an understanding of what factors make our skin beautiful we can begin to properly and consistently care for it. It doesn't have to be expensive nor tedious.
Skin Maintenance: Just like a car or a garden, your skin needs maintenance. You have to give your skin what it loves; nutrients, moisture and hydration. Skin too dry, massage sweet almond oil into dry areas before a shower. Try not to towel dry roughly. It is better if most of the water dries on the skin on its own.
Honey: If you are not allergic to bee products, honey is high in natural nutrients. Apply honey to your face and allow it to sit for at least thirty minutes. Rinse with luke warm water and gently dry with a cotton cloth. Apply a natural moisturizer to your skin before applying make up and remember to remove it with sweet almond oil before bedtime. Even if you are tired after you come home from a party, dinner, school or work.
Vitamin E: The anti-