Beauty Beating Habits

Beauty Beating HabitsIf you have at leas one of these beauty-beating habits, don’t give up on yourself. Here is why and how to change your ways.
Torn skin on your lips
Your lips feel dry, so you lick them and your tongue discovers a bit of loose skin. You try to ignore it, but sooner or
later you remove it usually with your front teeth. Unfortunately, you end up taking along several layers of skin. The torn skin on your lip grows back irregularly and easily forms you guessed it another annoying flap of skin. It’s vicious circle.
A doctor says, “Use a very good emollient lip balm at all times. This includes bedtime. While most people remember lip balm when they’re facing the elements, they may not realize that we can lick our lips in our sleep. Moisturizing at night will help keep the lips from chapping. If you are going to be outside, wear lip balm or lipstick with an SPF-15 protection all year round, not just in the summer.
Don’t rub your face harshly
Many of us, especially if we have oily skin, attack our faces with the same zeal we use on the kitchen floor. Over scrubbing is bad for several reasons, “Many people who over scrub have acne, and when you really scrub you can sensitize your skin to the point where you can’t use your acne medication. It can also lead to irritation, dry skin and redness. In extreme cases it can contribute to broken blood vessels if you use something harsh like a loofah.
The first thing to do is to stop using rough facecloths and loofahs on your facial skin. Instead, wash with your hands and rinse off thoroughly with water. Use a very mild cleanser and use only light pressure. If you use waterproof makeup, take it off first with a makeup remover so you would not have to scrub. Then use warm water and, again, a nondrying cleanser.
This habit is devastating even to strong healthy nails. Every time you peel away polish, you also remove the layer of nail to which it was adhering, weakening your nail. This is a tough problem because, like biting your lips, it is often a reaction to stress and is frequently unconscious.
Usually you don’t pick at your polish when it is perfect, so the most practical solution is to keep it that way. Carry your polish with you and repair any damage as soon as you notice a chip, “I strongly recommend professional weekly manicures. I have had that this has worked for. When your nails are being cared for professionally you gets a great manicure and a nail coach”.
Be careful of phone acne
Phone acne refers to an outbreak of come dons (pimples) on the chin, specifically where you rest the phone against it. The hair follicles, where acne stems from, are being pressured by the telephone receiver, which doesn’t allow the facial oils to get out freely. Resting your chin in you hand when you’re reading, wearing a headband when you are working out all these things can cause outbreaks of acne where your follicles are being blocked.
What can you do? Keep your phone receiver clean with alcohol and teach yourself to hold the phone just a centimeter away from your face. For the immediate outbreak, try over-the-counter products or see a dermatologist.

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