Have fair skin and faintly pink is not simply a matter of removing stains dull. We also have to understand the causes of dull skin as well as any products that can help solve it.
“A growing number of women use the term ‘bright’ and ‘luminous’ to describe what they want from skin care products,” said Georgie Cleeve, founder OSKIA Skincare.
“The effect that will brighten makes the skin look brighter and produce anti-aging effects are real, not only eliminates small lines and wrinkles. Typically, uneven skin tone and excess pigmentation can make the skin look fresh no blemishes and no, that skin color amplifier products should used to make the color brighter and reduces skin pigmentation. ”
Ingredients for clear skin
AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acids) are becoming increasingly popular in recent years and are very commonly found in anti-aging products because of its ability to reduce fine lines by way of replacement of skin cells.
Also look for products that contain Beta Hydroxy Acid (salicylic acid) that can help prevent uneven skin tone and improve skin texture. As well as hyaluronic acid, which is a substance that can help the penetration of the product and make the skin a healthy glow by increasing circulation and makes skin look fuller.
You can also search for materials that are less common as a skin lightening agent. “It may sound familiar, but Arnica [traditional medicine to treat bruises] is a good material to help reduce dark circles,” said Georgie Cleeve in OSKIA.
“Dark circles are caused by blood are visible through the skin, and the area under the eyes is the thinnest skin in the body. Strengthening capillary walls where blood flow is able to prevent dark circles appear.
“Other materials that can be used is Vitamin K, Vitamin C which supports the healing of broken capillaries and broken.”
Pay attention to your food
Zinc, beta carotene (for vitamin A), vitamin C and essential fatty acids, all essential for healthy skin always. Zinc (found in oysters, shrimp, soy, sunflower seeds and whole grains) can help the skin to stay healthy and heal wounds quickly.
Vitamin A can help cell renewal and is found in eggs, fish liver oil, dairy products, dark green vegetables, yellow and orange vegetables, carrots and pumpkin. Vitamin C can help protect and repair skin damage caused by free radicals. While essential fats, such as Omega 3, helps maintain moisture levels and reduce inflammation.
What to avoid
Cigarettes, alcohol and junk food should be avoided by those who want their skin glowing and radiant, but in reality, most of us may often eat from time to time. So, the last tips is, do not ever underestimate the power of cosmetics!