Ethnic Beauty, Your Skin Your Way

Ethnic Beauty, Your Skin Your Way
We all know that a good way to help your complexion reach its gorgeous, glowing potential is with a good skin care regimen, specifically for your beautiful ethnic skin. How to you do that? You tailor it exactly to your skin care needs and specific ingredients.

What are your goals for your complexion?

Clear skin of acne breakouts - Benzoil peroxide has been known to clear blemishes and kill acne-causing bacteria. Add to that soothing botanicals like chamomile or green tea to reduce inflammation and you could possible have a winning combination.

Less Shine - Tea Tree oil has helped a lot of you control excess sebum on the surface of your skin. We all know that a clay mask can often help work wonders as well. Red clay is used to create a matte finish on shiny skin and soak up excess production of oil.

Smooth, Soft, Youthful Looking Skin - Glycol acid is often used to exfoliate and smooth the surface of your skin. When paired with hyaluronic acid that known to provide long-lasting moisture, you’re bound to experience plump like effects - no sagging, youthful appearance - on your skin.

Even Skin Tone - Niacinamide (vitamin B3) is used to fade dark spots and improve elasticity in your skin. Vitamin C is known to help reduce inflammation and prevent spots from coming back. Try them together, and although results may vary from person to person, your bound to see a difference in the appearance of your skin.

Achieving Your Healthiest Skin Ethnic Beauty, 24/7

Everyone knows that a good skin care regimen is the key to having healthy, beautiful, soft, supple skin. In order to set things in motion you’ll need to:

Cleanse - Using a cleanser to remove dirt and debris is crucial. You’ll need to look for one that is cream based and will not strip your skin of its natural oils. Green tea is an excellent ingredient to look for in your cleanser.

Tone - Toners are often used to restore your skins pH level to its natural state.

Moisturize - Moisturizers are often cream based and contain antioxidants for the health of your skin.

Hydration is also crucial. Serums are used to hydrate and lock in moisture. Often in the form of carrier and essential oils, a little goes a long way. Serums also nourish and replenish your skin of any lost moisture. You can use serums that are in a concentrated mist form that help in toning your skin and reducing dryness.

Night Time Care - At night is when your body gets its rest, so does your skin. So your peptides, retinols and even antioxidant face creams will help renew the beauty of your skin.

This list scratches the surface when it comes to caring for ethnic skin. However it’s a great place to start. That’s it for this week. Until next time …

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