Skin Care for Different Skin Types

Makeup experts and skin care specialists refer often to various skin types — dry, oily, combination — assuming you know which category you fall under. Your skin care regimen depends on your skin type, but not everyone has a good understanding of their skin. As a result, their skin care plan is more of the hit-or-miss variety.

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Makeup experts and skin care specialists refer often to various skin types — dry, oily, combination — assuming you know which category you fall under. Your skin care regimen depends on your skin type, but not everyone has a good understanding of their skin. As a result, their skin care plan is more of the hit-or-miss variety.

To help you better understand your skin concerns, we’re providing you with the top tips to nurture your specific complexion.

1. Dry skin

Dry skin is more prone to aging than oily skin. You need to look after your skin more properly.

There are many types of natural moisturizing ingredients such as honey, coconut oil and butter. You can also use natural exfoliator like oatmeal mixed with sugar and sea salt to remove dead skin cells. It is also possible to apply a little honey or olive oil on your lips to moisturize. Besides, you can add a little brown sugar to gently remove dead cells.

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Besides its benefits for health, olive oil is also works as a skin care ingredient

 There’s some omege-3 rich foods which is suitable for dry skin such as catfish, salmon… These foods will help your skin smooth and soft.

2. Oily skin

For oily skin, it’s important to cleanse your face and keep pores open. In addition, remember that because of water-deficiency, your skin produces oil, so you should choose water-rich foods to help you stay hydrated. Besides, the simplest way is using mist for your skin. Natural acids in tomatoes and antibacterial in honey are two excellent substances to remove oil on skin.

To help reduce the oil, a low-fat diet is extremely suitable for oily skin, including protein-rich foods like whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables.

3. Acne-prone skin

In addition to keep your skin hydrated, apple cider vinegar, chamomile and tea tree oil are naturally high in antacids, which is good for cleansing or reducing acne. Witch hazel has long been used to not only reduce oil on your skin but also to reduce redness and irritation caused by acne.

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Burdock root helps reduce acne

Your daily diet can clog pores and toxins collected under your skin, which causes acne. Eating burdock helps remove toxins from blood and reduces the risk of acne.

4. Aging skin

Lean proteins—like nuts, quinoa and oatmeal—contain Omega-3 fatty acids, protein and fiber which help strengthen the skin (it loses bounce as we age). Quinoa contains lysine, a nutrient that helps to repair skin and heal damaged tissue. Nuts and seeds are great for aiding in collagen production. Additionally, fish is extremely lean, healthy and great for any diet: It positively impacts the skin if eaten regularly.

Drinking green tea daily helps protect against free radicals that damage your skin, reducing aging. Berries are rich in antioxidants which promote healthy skin cells.

5. Sensitive skin

Olive oil and coconut oil are moisturizers and gentle exfoliators for sensitive skin. Chamomile is also a great anti-inflammatory that is suitable for sensitive skin.

For sensitive skin, it is necessary to drink plenty of water, which helps balance the inside and outside of your body. To reduce sensitivity, fatty acids and antioxidants are ideal in one’s diet.

6. Dark skin

Natural foods which are rich in vitamin C such as lemon can help brighten up your skin. Fresh ginger juice also helps lighten dark spots on the skin.

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Vitamin C helps improve dark skin

A diet with citrus fruits and ginger will help your skin bright and glowing.

Your skin will be improved better if applied suitable skin care tips.

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