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5 Simple Ways To Improve The Look Of Your Skin

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5 Simple Ways To Improve The Look Of Your Skin by Tysen Julian

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5 Simple Ways To Improve The Look Of Your Skin

  1. 1. 1. Take Your Makeup Off Do you have a habit of leaving your makeup one before going to bed? Take two minutes at night to remove your make up and allow your skin to breathe at night. It will help clear your clogged pores and reduce breakouts. Apply a night moisturizer for added benefits.
  2. 2. 2. Clean Your Brushes and Applicators The fastest way to avoid a rash, allergy, or infection is to always use clean make up brushes and applicators. Dirty makeup brushes overtime accumulate dead skin cells, makeup product, and dust. They should be cleaned on a regular basis. One easy way to clean your brushes is to wash them with a light facial cleanser and water. Let them air dry on a clean cloth.
  3. 3. 3. Avoid Licking Your Lips You may think that licking your lips gives them some sort of added moisture. They are actually making them even drier and chapped causing your to lick them even more. Consider buying a lip balm instead and use it to protect and moisturize your lips.
  4. 4. 4. Always Wear Sunscreen No matter what ethnic group you’re apart of it’s very important to apply sunscreen daily. Sun exposure not only dries your skin but it creates premature wrinkles leaving you looking older than what you really are. Don’t allow the sunlight and golden tan to negatively influence your beauty
  5. 5. 5. Exfoliate Ingrown Hairs Instead of picking away at an ingrown hair try exfoliating the problem area. Then once the ingrown hair emerges take a pair tweezers and pluck it. This will help reduce scaring, bruising and possible infection. It will also assist in removing dead skin cells.

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