| Ever wonder if you have to put on lotion after every shower? We did too, so we turned to an expert to find out. Want to know the answer? Keep reading!|
At the end of a long, hectic day, there are few things I look forward to more than a nice, warm shower or bath. As relaxing as it is, though, it’s always bittersweet. As soon as the water shuts off, relaxation mode comes to an abrupt halt as I stand naked and freezing cold in my bathroom. Truth be told, I’m always tempted to lunge towards my towel, dry off quickly, and throw on some clothes in lightning speed. But I know better than to get dressed without first layering on some lotion from head to toe!
As for whether or not moisturizing after a shower is really necessary, the answer is absolutely yes here’s why: Your skin has the most moisture when it’s wet and most moisturizers work best when skin is already hydrated. After your shower, water evaporates off your skin quickly which can leave your skin feeling dry. Not only is dry skin aesthetically unpleasing, it can become itchy and incredibly uncomfortable. Not to mention, dry skin can exacerbate the look of tell-tale signs of aging skin, including wrinkles and fine lines.
No thanks! The best way to keep those unwanted side effects at bay is to moisturize often, like really really often. That’s why it’s best to apply lotion immediately after a shower while skin is still slightly damp. In other words, brave those inevitable goose bumps, pat (never rub!) yourself until your skin is slightly damp, and reach for the body lotion—body butter or your favorite cream—before reaching for those clothes.
fight the 24hr jet lagged look
From wheels-up to touchdown, flights can wreak havoc on your skin. Plane air is just plain gross—and drying. Whether traveling for fun or business, with all the time wasted in flight, you want to land with your best foot – and face – forward. Check out these radiant skin tips to help you improve your next long-haul flight and arrive looking like you’ve been relaxing in first class for hours.
Start the night before.
The key is to start early. On the night before a big trip, it’s important to exfoliate your face to remove any dead skin cells that may have been building up. This will also help your skin better absorb all the products you use later, so you can stay more hydrated for longer.
Remove your makeup.
Remove all of your makeup as soon as you board the plane, ideally with a milk-based cleanser so as to nourish at the same time as deep cleansing. If you prefer to do this in your seat you can use a micellar water on a cotton pad instead. I don’t care for makeup remover wipes, they’re just not that great for your skin and the perfectionist in me doesn’t really believe they remove all traces of makeup, dirt and debris.
After you’ve landed at your destination, it’s time to restore the hydration that the plane ride may have stolen. Slather on a moisturizer or face cream. The intensive repair serum powerful serum enhances cellular DNA, healing and repairing the skin from within! packed with hydrating and anti-aging ingredients, locking in moisture and leaving you with an instant glow. Follow with SwissZell Eye cream for your eye contour and added skin glam.
Get some sleep.
Sleep is super important to maintaining a great complexion, so take a good quality block out mask with silk or felt lining, earplugs and — my secret that I swear by — personal humidifying breathing mask. It traps and recycles your own moisture in your breath and prevents dehydration and airborne viruses.
Wherever your travels take you, be sure to stock your bag with the (travel-size) essentials to get you there looking fresh-faced.
The determination to lose weight can have a toll on your skin. Many people only focus on losing weight dramatically without taking care of their skin at the same time. Many people were proud of losing massive amount of weight but another issue came up sagging skin. If you are worried about the unsightly bat wings from losing a lot of weight, there are ways to prevent that from happening.
There are natural ways to tighten the skin while losing weight taking in consideration the amount of weight lost and the length of time your skin was stretched out.
The top part of your skin is the epidermis that works like a barrier to hold moisture and protect the skin from harmful environment. The dermis is the layer under the epidermis that produces collagen and elastin to support your skin’s structure.
Elastin is in charge of the skin’s elasticity to allow it to keep it’s original form after stretching and contracting.
Collage strengthens the connective tissue in the skin, essential protein that keeps the skin firm, supple and constantly renewing the skin cells.
Lose weight gradually at slower rate 2 pound per week to let the skin adjust to the changes and shrink to the new size. Losing weight quickly can compromise the elasticity of the skin and distort the contours of the face and body.
Once you reach the ideal weight range is really important to maintain the current weight and exercise to keep the skin tight. When the person loses a lot of weight and gain it back constantly can damage the structure of the skin.
Healthy and delicious food high in leafy greens, vitamin A, lycopene, vitamin C, omega 3 and lean proteins. Make sure you get daily doses of these vitamins to keep the skin in optimal conditions to adjust better to your changes.
Exercise strengthens muscles creating a layer of muscle underneath the skin. This will help pull the skin tighter and contour the definition of the muscles. Exercise 1hr daily combination of warm up, stretching, yoga, cardio, toning set of exercises targeting problem areas and weightlifting. It’s extremely important to work out every part of the body but emphasizing more in the problem area to balance the proportions.
Stay hydrated with water, foods and fruits high in water content. Water helps the skin stay moist and flexible from the inside out. While exercising you sweat a lot of the toxins. It’s extremely important to replenish the fluids to maintain endurance to finish the workouts without crashing from dehydration.
Relax your body with exfoliating sea salt with peppermint oil shower soap, it’s rejuvenating, anti-bacterial, moisturizing and nourishing properties protects your skin from all the downside of working out.
Keep your skin moisturized, apply vitamin C super hydrating serum to keep your face plump and moist all day long that fights existing sun damage as it also protects from future sun damage. The 20% concentration of Vitamin C and Ferulic acid reduces fine lines and wrinkles, evens the skin tone, rebuilds collagen structure, and neutralizes free radicals without causing irritation.
Daily application of shea butter or cocoa butter body lotion to keep the skin supple and reduce stretch marks. These lotions are always used from early pregnancy because it helps the skin adjust after giving birth.
Apply sunscreen SPF 15 and above every hour to protect the skin from harmful UV light that makes your skin age faster. People with sensitive skin can use UPF sun protecting garments and hats instead of constantly applying sunscreen constantly.
After long exposure of the intense sun is strongly recommend to apply Aloe Vera after sun gel to relieve the damages caused by the sun.
Pamper yourself after a week of hard work, get a massage to relax the muscles, increase circulation, and stimulate the skin tightening properties. Sweet almond oil is often used for massage to tighten loose skin.
Adjusting your lifestyle and eating habits can change your life forever. These tips should become part of your daily life even after reaching your goals to maintain good health. The key to maintain a healthy weight in the long run is to keep all these habits for anti-aging purposes as well.
Blanna Anti-sensitive soft mask 1kg
Diminish inflammation, sterilization, it helps strengthen function of the skin, improve sensitive skin’s immuno therapy.
Chamomile has strong anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antibacterial, antiseptic properties perfect for sensitive skin. It also contains essential oils and antioxidants. This beautiful flower is hypoallergenic reduces skin irritants by neutralizing free radicals.
Lavender essence relaxing aromatherapy that provides a balanced skin complexion. Calm the senses, gently balancing sebum and uneven pigmentation.
Honey nourishing moisture that reduces inflammation and redness.
Key ingredients: chamomile, lavender essence, globeflower, aloe, honey, collagen. It helps soothe and moisturize your skin for a soft, and even complexion.