10 Beauty Facts For Every Beauty Lover
Many of us suffer from skincare issues, including aging, breakouts, tired skin, and more. To help combat these issues and improve the quality of your skin, we’ve put together 10 beauty and skincare facts to help you achieve that dreamy glow.
1. Clean Beauty is Better Beauty
You can use products without toxic ingredients and are cruelty free by switching to clean beauty. Clean beauty is used to describe every form of skincare, hair, makeup, and scent product, from moisturiser to mascara, shampoo to soap that are safe and harmless. Nowadays, people are more conscious customers keen to learn and educate themselves on the kinds of ingredients, pushing them to wonder what's really in the products that they use. This is why consumers are increasingly opting for beauty products and cosmetics that are free of potentially dangerous substances.
2. Always Apply Sunscreen
You need to apply sunscreen even if you are indoors or even if it isn't sunny outside. It’s all those electronic gadgets that you usually stare at for hours on end - laptop, desktop, tab, and smartphone. It’s now been medically and scientifically proven that the ‘blue light’ that these devices emit, can penetrate to the deepest layers of your skin, and cause early ageing too. So apply a good sunscreen on your exposed skin to protect it from sun damage.
3. Moisturizer Helps Dry Skin
Moisturizer is the best defence against dry skin. If you are suffering from dry skin, you must moisturize daily. Apply a moisturizer straight after hopping out of the shower to seal in the moisture that your skin has just absorbed. But, also make sure to incorporate it into your daily skin care routine. You can also use hydrating gels that are primarily focused on giving your skin the hydration it needs.
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4. Eyes Show the First Signs of Aging
The skin around your eyes is the most delicate and thinnest- because of that, the skin around your eyes is more susceptible to breaking down, meaning it’s prone to sagging, fine lines and wrinkles. Even if you’re in your 20s, it’s best to start preventative care early to ensure your eyes are looking beautiful and healthy for years to come.
5. Lack of Sleep Can Affect Your Skin
We all know this one, but it’s important to reiterate it. A lack of sleep can cause stress to your skin, leading to unwanted breakouts and a dull skin. Don’t deprive your body and skin of that much-needed sleep; let your body use the time to regenerate and recover from your day.
6. Touching Your Skin Too Much Leads to Breakouts
Excessively touching your skin leads to breakouts. We know it’s tempting to demolish that pimple, but resistance is crucial. The more you pop and pick at breakouts on the skin, the more dirt, filth, and bacteria are pushed deep into the skin. Bacteria underneath the skin lead to more unwanted breakouts.
7. Exfoliating Leaves Your Skin Feeling Smooth
If your skin is feeling rough, try exfoliating. When you exfoliate your skin, you work to even out the surface of the skin by welcoming new cells underneath. Exfoliate regularly — say once a week or so — to combat the dead skin cells that make your skin look tired. But also make sure that you do not over exfoliate. This is why choosing gentle exfoliators is important. If you use a harsh exfoliator then it will harm your skin. There should always be a fair amount of granules in your exfoliating product, too many granules can adversely affect the skin.
8. Always Know Your Skin Type and Choose Products Accordingly
Your skin type and your skin needs can change over time. Even if you’ve had the same exact skin type your whole life things like hormonal imbalance, climate change, and age can make your skin go from one type to another.
9. Stress Affects Your Skin
Your skin can respond negatively to stress, just like your mind. While it’s unlikely you can blame a newly developed zit on the traffic jam you were caught in this morning, your skin feels your emotions, too. Studies show that both acute and chronic stress can exert negative effects on overall skin wellness, as well as exacerbate a number of skin conditions, including psoriasis, eczema, acne, and hair loss.
10. Massage Helps Reduce Under-Eye Circles
Unfortunately, there isn’t a guaranteed way to combat dark under-eye circles. But here's an unknown beauty fact. One method that can help is massaging the eye area. When you apply a product, do it with your ring finger as it exudes the least amount of pressure. Do this when applying your daily eye cream to lessen fluid retention.
Pamper Your Skin
While what we put on our skin is crucial, we also know that beauty comes from within too. The final touch may be a red lipstick, but how we look (and feel) is mostly determined by our food and health—what we put into and onto our bodies and how we interact with the world. Our glow is influenced by how we deal with stress, environmental circumstances, rest, and repair. Improve your skin with these beauty facts and tips and welcome healthy and glowing skin. Once you get past all the skincare myths and follow more of these unknown beauty facts, you'll be well on your way to beautiful skin.
BiE, a conscious brand for a conscious consumer takes an approach where the impact of your beauty products helps you look and feel good while doing good. The first step in the right direction is a step worth taking. So what are you waiting for? Start using Beauty by BiE products and go clean today!