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Health News of Thursday, 13 July 2017

Source: Tracy Bondy

Five ways to manage blemishes and uneven skin tone

Everybody dreams of having super smooth and evenly-toned skin with a natural, sun kissed glow.

Unfortunately, quite a few reasons can lead to uneven skin tone, which results in both an unhealthy and tired-looking complexion.

The main causes for an uneven skin tone, also known as skin discoloration, are pigmentation, pimples, acne, injury or overexposure to sunlight.

An individual can experience uneven skin tones (like dark or red spots) on legs, arms, back or even in their mouth area.

Probably the most common case is the aftermath of a sun burn; if you stay in the sun unprotected for too long, your skin will be burned and even when it heals you will notice that your skin tone has become uneven.

Even though there are countless skin products available for treatment, why not try your hand at some fantastic remedies for uneven skin tone?

Sometimes covering the effect with cream, foundation or makeup simply won’t help you treat the cause.

No matter if you’re Caucasian (light skin) or African American (dark skin) or anywhere in between, we are certain that you will enjoy these neat remedies.
Learn how to apply them, try one out and make your own skin product to heal your uneven skin tone naturally!

1. Cleanse tone moisturize your face morning and night specific to your skin conditions

For women older than 30 it becomes a vital part of maintaining a youthful appearance because base or foundation that is left on all night will dry out the skin and clog the pores. And if you leave your mascara on all night it dries the eyelashes, which causes them to crack and break off.

2. Use skincare that will suit your skin type

You could actually be causing your skin some serious damage and irritation by using the wrong products. For example, some products may contain harsh ingredients that could lead to irritation and further skin damage. But even if you’re using a product that’s meant for dry skin, it likely won’t also take into consideration that your skin is also sensitive and prone to wrinkles and discoloration. Any ingredients that you use on your skin can either have a positive or negative effect. Always ask a skin Analyst or a beauty Therapist to assist you.

3. Make sure your skincare has Vitamin C antioxidants, Vitamin E etc and always use a sunscreen daily.

Vitamin E creams for skin has many benefits, hey keep wrinkles at bay, can be effective at preventing unsightly stretch marks, reduce the appearance of age spots and can also help repair tissues, scars, heal wounds and even help to prevent blood clots. Sunburns weaken your skin, subjecting it more to bruises. Your skin may suffer repeated attacks of peeling, swelling, redness, hives, and itching, the blisters can escalate the risk of skin cancer that is why important use is a sunscreen daily.

4. See your Therapist for Antiblemish facials regularly to support daily skincare routine.

For the same reason doctor and dentist check-ups are necessary: for better health! The Skin is a living part of your body (your largest organ, in fact), that defends against environmental assaults and extreme temperatures. It helps eliminate toxins from the body. It heals from cuts, abrasions and scratches like a champ. It's continually renewing and protecting.?So to help you know how the skin keeps the bad stuff out and the good stuff in, you need a professional Therapist.

5. Eat lots of green and orange coloured vegetables and a well balanced diet

Veggies are full of nutrients like antioxidants, vitamins C and E, beta-carotene, flavonoids and much more. The less you do to a vegetable, the more nutrients you'll ingest. Stack the cards in your favor by eating green and orange coloured vegetables, which has been touted to make old skin grow again like new. The deeper the color of the vegetable, the more nutrients you'll get.

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