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1. Avoid Skin Destroyers
That means to avoid these three things: smoking, tanning salons and sunbathing. While some sunlight is ok, be sure to wear SPF and avoid prolonged time in the sun. Doctors agree that all three of these factors can be extremely harmful to your skin and have secondary effects that could become potentially life threatening.
2. Wash Your Face
Clean your face and neck and follow with a rose water glycerine rinse twice a day to remove skin-damaging pollutants.
3. Do Not Touch Your Face
Your hands touch so many surfaces so they are a magnet for dirt and germs. When you rub your eyes, stroke your chin, or cup your cheek, youre really just transferring all the germs youve picked up onto your face.
4. Avoid Alcohol
Keep consuming alcohol to a minimum. Overdoing it can enlarge blood vessels near the surface of your facial skin.
5. Get Rid of Excess Oil
Throughout the day, get rid of excess oil on your face by dabbing it with oil absorbing sheets or loose powder. Avoid pressed
powders as these may contain oil as an ingredient.
6. Do not Rub Your Delicate Eye Area
The skin on your face is extremely delicate, especially under your eyes. So be gentle when applying makeup to that area. If your eyes itch, apply a cold compress or cloth instead and avoid rubbing the affected area.
8. Use Grapeseed Oil
Try adding a teaspoon of grapeseed oil to your toner. That kind of oil acts as an anti-aging serum by helping your skin cells to repair and rejuvenate themselves.
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