Glowing Skin is Always In
I don't know about you, but my face dried up quicker this season than I can recall. One of the things that I did was have a dermaplaning session which included vitamin c as a wrap-up. My face was amazingly soft and the blemishes started to heal. I typically drink a lot of water, but my face was still dry before the facial. After the facial I have been moisturizing regularly( morning and night) and exfoliating with a light scrub every couple of days.
One of the challenges that I face is "consistency" (no pun intended, but hey we are talking about "faces" so it's a good play on words anyways: ) I noticed that the drier my face is the more breakouts I had experienced. Which is contrary to what I thought. I wasn't sure if it's because I tended to mess with my face more because it was dry. So I asked our experts and this is what they told me. Dry skin usually means damaged skin and our lipid layer is the barrier. When that is broken down, it's ability to renew cells consistently is limited and that causes a breeding ground for bacteria and acne.
Well you can bet that I'll be getting my dermaplaning and facials done consistently. Consistently just means about every 4 weeks.
I'm going to pass on the acne because of dry skin. My skin reacts to foods that I eat as it is so the least that I can do is keep it glowing and allowing the barrier to do it's job. It's the one small, consistent action that will give you the results that you desire and let's face it "Glowing Skin is Always In".
Stress Management Life Coach
Founder La Palmera Spa #stresslesssecrets
NIcky Stansbury is the Founder of La Palmera Spa and StressLessSecrets. She is passionate about inspiring others to respond instead of reacting to life's plot twists.