The biggest thing? READ THE LABEL. Look at it this way, if you are not willing to eat the ingredients in your skin care product, then you should be equally careful about applying it to the largest organ you have, your skin. If you see a list filled with SD-alcohols, FD&C colorings, perfumes, propylene or butylene glycol, DEA, triethanolamines and ngoc3ymb4ysite.wordpress.com (Suggested Reading
) other 24 letter ingredients, don't buy it.
Many people have so much confidence in today's skincare market that they are willing to buy any product they see. You might notice that some of your friends or even you think that a cream is better than no cream. This is the worst skincare philosophy you could apply because there is a huge difference between creams these days.
Seriously, though, what really happens at a social gathering? We know someone there, maybe not everybody, but we are in a relaxed environment where we can casually talk about our interests and get to know one another. Same with social media online. Which ever one you choose, or be it several, just be friendly. Show concern when someone is having a bad day, give them praise when they want to share a great accomplishment, talk about your own family, kids, interests, accomplishments and desires. Once in a while, slipping in a mention of a special you are having or a blog you are writing about beauty tips or even an invitation to your own business-social would be appropriate. What happens next will astound you.
Aging is very much normal, and you can't stop it. As time goes, just like all other organs in the body, the skin also becomes weak and the supply of a number of important items for the skin tissue like elastin, collagen and hyaluronic acid will become dry.
It seems as though all the top cosmetics companies have suddenly gone organic...or, at least all natural. While this might be true, if a product claims to be "organic" then it has to conform to strict organic standards. Thus, those companies that have produced organic skincare products really are putting your best interests at heart...or are they?
However, if you have extremely fair skin, you may want to seek an SPF or 15-30. This tiny bit of extra SPF may protect those with fair skin better than a lower number would. Even if you have dark skin, you should still wear sunscreen. Dark skin can burn just as easily as light skin can.