The Cheapest Way To Achieve Clean, Clear & Glowing Skin
June 10th, 2013
I recently overheard a client say to one of my facialist, “I wished someone would have just told me to remove my makeup at night.” This was because, prior to coming here, this young client had some difficulty with her complexion and chronic breakouts. She ultimately point pointed the cause of her breakouts and skin difficulty –not washing her face at night. Skincare is simple. It all revolves around very key concepts that are then expanded to include other things. Knowing even just one of them, like I’m about to reveal here can dramatically change your skin for the better.
However, it seems that even with the Information Age it is still difficult to navigate what works and what doesn’t. Here is the first step on how to achieve clean, clear and glowing skin.
Using A Face Wash is The First Principle on How To Achieve Clean, Clear And Glowing Skin
A lot of the marketing for skincare products focuses on the ingredients in and therefore I want to issue a disclaimer. You can have all the best ingredients in a product and it still won’t do what you want it to do. Why?
I know of an organic product line that is seemingly everywhere but it causes people to breakout or not have the results they want.
Their formulas are not right, why? In my opinion they use too many active ingredients that ultimately cause people to breakout or become sensitive to them. Perhaps they were thinking about more is better or concocting a witche’s brew.
The key piece of information you are about to receive is to use a face wash daily. Using a face wash every night is the first step to clean, clear and glowing skin.
I suggest you ask a skincare professional as to what type of face wash you should use. Most spas offer a free consultation, this will save you time, money and eliminate the frustration of it.
Some Ingredients to Look For In Your Face Wash
Salicylic Acid is a perfect ingredient for someone who is experiencing both acne and aging, even at the same time. This ingredient speeds cell turnover thus reducing fine lines and wrinkles. And it also acts as an exfoliator by removing dead skin cells which clog pores and cause breakouts.
Look for green tea in your face wash as this powerful antioxidant helps fight against free radical damage that is often the result of too much exposure to the sun and toxins in the air.
This tea is also used in skin care products to soothe and moisturize the skin.
Fruits And Oils
Other examples of ingredients in organic or natural cleansers come in the form of a blend of fruit and nut oils. Such cleansers can use a citrus fruit like an apple to exfoliate and soften skin and coconut oil for moisturizing.
My Vitamin C Face Wash is similarly composed but instead of nut oils I use hyaluronic acid to moisturize your skin and I also include With Hazel to PH balance your skin.
Fruits also provide antioxidant properties to protect, heal and restore a youthful complexion.
There are a lot of good products out there but in my opinion there are far more that won’t do you any good. Seek the advice of a true professional before investing your hard earn money. After all, would you diagnose yourself if you were ill, or go to a doctor?
Lastly, I look forward to seeing you at my skincare sanctuary, where you will be dazzled by how great your skin looks.
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Joanna Vargas Skin Care