We only have two climates in Singapore, the wet and dry season. Today, we deal with frigid temperatures and rain; tomorrow we brave the sun’s scorching heat. If our lifestyle cannot somehow keep up with the changing humidity and temperature, how much more our skin! That might actually be the reason why our skin is as moody as our weather here.
From Dull to Radiant Skin Real Quick
If you have a fairly smooth skin—only getting occasional zits at the time of the month and dealing with a manageable amount whiteheads—then you are part the generally blessed demographic! You might just have one complaint: your skin does not look and feel perfect every day. There are days when you think you can hit the road bare face, and there are times you that even full coverage foundation cannot the dull, lifeless skin underneath.
Well, you are on the right place. We have been there, and we might just have that spell that would work like magic on your skin. Try using these products and incorporating it into your regimen and let us know if these work for you, too!
- Remember to Exfoliate
When we were young, our skin renews itself every 25 days. The dead skin cells naturally pushes itself out and gets removed. Exfoliation is a monthly cycle. However, when we reach the age of 30, this exfoliation process slows down. This is the reason why middle aged people get more skin pigmentation and notice a duller complexion.
If you wash your face twice a day, daily, then good! But do not stop there. Dermatologists recommend to exfoliate at least three times a week to get our canvas clear. They say that skin products we put on our skin penetrate better and faster when we do. Now, that’s a perk you cannot miss!
You can create a mixture of honey and brown sugar as a home-made exfoliant. If you want a more hard-working one, you can check some online skin care shops in Singapore. There are skin serums packed with goodness for your skin. In Singapore, you can buy those skin care products online.
- Don’t Underestimate the Power of Water
If you are starting to look grim or pale or sickly when you are generally healthy, then keep a keen eye on your water intake. Chances are you might not been drinking enough to keep your body hydrated.
Dehydration does not just affect your skin surface. Our cells are made mainly of water, and these cells work best when they are in a well-hydrated environment. Usual manifestations on the skin include epidermal and dermal hydration.
Epidermal dehydration only affects the topmost layer of the skin, and it reveals itself through wrinkles and fine lines. Dermal dehydration occurs on the deeper layers of the skin, and it shows through deeper wrinkles and sagging skin.
Here’s a tip if you have had a bad habit of not drinking enough H2Os. You can invest on good anti-aging products that can reverse the effects of those bad habits. You may check those skincare online shops based in Singapore.