How to Get Perfect Skin

Getting perfect skin isn’t always easy. If you ignore your skin or abuse it, it’s going to much harder late on to deal with it. And you may find yourself looking into more severe techniques. But if you start early and use natural methods, you can get perfect skin without visiting the doctor and without spending a small fortune. It’s partly about being comfortable with your skin. But here are a few tips.

1. Use Antioxidants
Antioxidants can be found in something as simple and cheap as lemon, and when combined with a cold compress for bags, it can eliminate harmful free radicals that may be damaging your skin. Simply spreading a little lemon juice across your skin can help you to stave off aging and brighten your skin at the same time.

2. Eat More Fruits & Vegetables
Vitamin B helps to improve the hair, skin, and nails, and it can be found in oatmeal, eggs, rice, bananas, and Vegemite. Add in vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that protects the skin, along with vitamin E, vitamin A, and vitamin K, and a healthy diet can help you to protect skin, prevent dark eye circles, and maintain better health.

3. Always Wear Protection
Whether you think you need to or not, always wear a hat, sunscreen, something. During the winter, the sun is actually more dangerous, and even on cloudy days, it can make a difference. Wearing regular protection, even a scarf during the winter to prevent you from windburn, can help you to maintain perfect skin.

4. Know Your Skin Type
Yes, there are plenty of treatments out there. But there is no one size fits all. For example, if you already have super oily skin, you probably don’t want a super moisturizer. You want to keep your sebum under control. But if you have super dry skin, you might actually need that extra help, and if you try a product made for oily skin types, it may be damaging to your skin.

5. Regular Masks
The type of mask you use depends on your skin type. But if you apply a mask on a regular basis, it can get to the problem fast and give you extra benefits. Some masks are meant specifically to moisturize. Others are rich in vitamins, and some target problems like dark circles. But masks are generally more concentrated, specialized, and can help supplementally.


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