Skin care – common mistakes

Others by Nicky Trynide

The biggest mistakes came from not knowing what skin type we have. We should take a close look at our complexion. Observe how your skin behaves when there is no make-up on. If it getting shiny in the T-zone or dry on cheeks. We treat them with a strong, harsh, chemical make-up removers for acne skin while our skin is dry and sensitive. There is no point apply three layers of moisturizing cream if your skin is combined! It does more harm than good. Once we know what type it is, we can wisely choose from many skincare products.

What worsen our skin condition is putting too many products on it. Moisturizers, premier, foundation, bronzer, fixing spray etc. Do you ever let your skin breathe? It is the body’s biggest organ and it needs oxygen. Remove your make up each time before going to bed and if you can give up on make-up one day in a week. It may seem hard, but you will see how your skin glows and regenerates.

If you have a skin issue and you have read thousands of webpages concerning the proper skin routine, you applied all of that and it still doesn’t work- it’s time to change your diet. Stop munching chocolate and crisps each time you get nervous and replace it with the fresh carrot and apple. Avoid coffee, tea, spicy herbs, and of course – all junk food. No more cheeseburger with extra-large coke. At least until the condition of your skin improves. It is important that you during at least eight glasses of pure water. Eat vegetables in unlimited quantities and a water- rich fruits.

The last, for many, underestimated factor that causes our skin problems- stress. Avoid it at all cost. Learn how to meditate or exercise regularly to release tension.

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Nicky Trynide

is a professional make up artist whose work has graced the runway and the red carpet as well as national and international television shows and magazines. Nicky credits his long and successful career in the industry to his innate ability to see and bring out the beauty in everyone. Growing up, his passion for his future profession was sparked by his mother and two grandmothers, all European-trained estheticians

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