Saturday, October 25, 2014

Want to get rid of dark circles?

Skin issues are something that is of top concern among all especially the girls who are too careful with their skin. One of the most problematic skin problems is dark circles that many a times leaves you petrified when you look yourself in the mirror. Also, they make you more and more sluggish and look dull.

The skin under your eyes is the thinnest and as one takes stress, the effect is immediately noticed with the darkening of skin round one's eyes. These dark circles really become troublesome as once you get them, it is quite tough to get rid of them. However, there are some ways by which you can prevent the skin around your eyes to get damaged and also get rid of them.

People get dark circles because their body is not getting what it requires. Also, one can get them due to problems like fatigue, stress, dehydration, poor circulation, inflammation, poor genes or melanin accumulation.

So, to fix them, all you need to do is to increase the moisturizing proportion in your skin. You can use cucumber or green tea bags to cool down the skin around your eyes. Potatoes are very helpful in reducing the dark circles as they contain enzymes called catalase that help in lightening them. Intake of Vitamin C will also help in reducing them. Another important thing one must do is drink lots of water and healthy juices to get dark circle free.

So, what are you waiting for try it and get rid of them.

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Brighten up

Brighten up

Perk up your complexion with brightening products.
Lacklustre, dull skin is a regrettably common beauty woe.
But actually there are plenty of ways to perk up a tired looking complexion - starting with a good buffing.
"If you want to tackle dull skin, start by exfoliating," says skin guru and facialist Louise Tear.
"Dead skin cells build up, diffusing the light and making your complexion look dull.
"A light exfoliation every day is fine if you're prone to lacklustre skin.
"And once a week, use an exfoliator containing salicylic acid, which will really clean out clogged pores.
"It's actually best to exfoliate in the evening as skin cells turn over and repair while you sleep, so getting some rest makes a big difference," she adds.
There are plenty of clever radiance-boosting products lining the beauty shelves too.
From light reflecting foundation to vitamin-packed primers, there is plenty of help at hand.
"I really like Christian Dior Sublissime Base SPF 50, which protects against UV rays, which can damage and dull your complexion. Plus, it brightens by reducing tyrosinase, the enzyme responsible for melanin production," recommends Louise.
"Another favourite is Clinique Even Better Skin Tone Corrector, which uses salicylic acid to exfoliate the skin's top layers, and is packed with vitamins C and E as well as ferulic acid, all of which fight pigment-encouraging free radicals, plus a mushroom extract to minimise dark spots.
"I also love Clarins Brightening Body Veil which has combination of chamomile, parsley, and birch to help even out skin tone by soothing irritation and inhibiting melanin, while glycerin moisturises and light-reflective particles give a slight sheen," adds Louise.