Have you started to notice signs of damage caused by summer exposure to the sun, sea and sand? Getting your skin back in shape after the summer months does not always require drastic or invasive measures! Here are my personal recommendations to help you recover from your summer transgressions and restore a healthy, even glow to your complexion.
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1. While many people can get away with using a lighter cleanser during the summer months when the air tends to be a bit more humid, Fall and Winter both dictate the necessity for cleansers that will clean effectively without stripping your skin of essential moisture.
Helpful hint: When looking for a good cleanser, avoid products that contain SLS (Sodium lauryl and sodium laureth sulfates) because they are actually common pesticides used to kill plants and insects. They have corrosive properties, pollute our groundwater, and are known skin irritants. While bar soaps have improved somewhat over the years, they still tend to be more drying than liquid face washes because the binders that hold them together usually have a higher pH level* than ingredients formulated for the face. Our recommendation: Try Gentle Aromatherapy Face Wash by La Ishá. It cleanses effectively without irritation or drying out the skin. It is not oily, and can be used safely on all skintypes.
*pH stands for potential hydrogen and refers to the acid-alkaline balance. If your skin is too acidic you are more likely to break out and experience skin irritations. If it is too alkaline, your skin may become too dry.
Photo credit of woman: Caju Gomes
I have never been one to make New Year's Resolutions, but for some reason as soon as 2017 was upon us I felt the need to do so for the first time ever.
Maybe it was seeing the long list of celebrities and musical icons who unexpectedly passed on in 2016 that convinced me why putting things off until mañana may not be such a great idea. I want to make sure that I live life to the fullest, and achieve the personal goals and challenges that are important to me while I can. The time for action is now.