Couple of steps that will make your husband adore your face again…
Everyone is looking to find the best solution to unhealthy and all wrinkle skin but they do not understand what is causing this. As we know the skin is the largest organ of the body, which protects all inside organs from the surrounding environment.
Every object is affected by its environment: If there is a car that’s left outside where it’s exposed to the sun, rain, sleet, and snow, will have more scratches, more rust, and fade faster than a car that’s parked in the garage. A pair of shoes worn all summer long at work will crack and stretch faster than the shoes you left in the box.
So it should come as no surprise that your skin’s surface reacts to its environment, too — both in ways you can see, and ways you cannot.
In the next couple of steps we will be showing you need to do to have a clean face.
#1 Skin Defense: The Importance of Minerals
Your body needs minerals to regenerate tissue and regulate your pH levels. “Without them, nothing works,” say dermatologists.
Problem is, because your body doesn’t produce these nutrients naturally, you’ll need to consume them as part of a healthy diet.
You’re probably familiar with many of these: calcium, chloride, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, sodium, sulfur. But those are just the minerals you need the most of; others like iron, fluorine, and manganese are just as important to your health, but in smaller quantities (they can be toxic at high levels) — these are called trace elements.
When it comes to skin health, though, diet is only the first step: You can also deliver a dose of minerals directly to your skin by applying them topically.
The most efficient way to do this is with a mineral-rich water, which allows them to absorb into and strengthen the skin. Plus, minerals remain on the surface of skin, filtering UV rays and augmenting antioxidant defense mechanisms.
#2 Skin Repair: Derm-Grade Ingredients
Once the skin’s barrier is strengthened, existing damage can be treated using proven ingredients.
Peptides: Prevent and correct collagen loss (since you produce about 1 percent less collagen each year), making skin firmer
Vitamin C: A powerful antioxidant against aging used to brighten the complexion and minimize fine lines and can easily be found in our kitchens (oranges, lemons, grapefruit etc.)
Retinol: A form of vitamin A that reduces wrinkles, speeds up cell turnover, and reduces discoloration
Hyaluronic acid: Naturally produced in the body (though it decreases with age) and capable of holding 1,000 times its weight in water, keeping skin moist
Results are inevitable after applying and doing everything that is mentioned above.