Managing selfcare and a busy lifestyle is always a challenge, especially when the time you spend on yourself is diminished or non-existent. This can easily lead to neglecting your skincare routine. Setting time for your beauty routine can be time-consuming like moisturizing your entire body. Here are some tips on how to make time for yourself and why moisturizing the body is so important.
Why drink water? To stay hydrated! Moisturizing your skin daily can benefit your skin in various ways, such as clear, smooth, and even tones. The skin on your body is your largest organ, and you should take extensive care of it.
The skin cells completely replenish itself more or less every 30 days, but as you get older, you may notice that it doesn't hold that radiant shine or elasticity that it used to. No worries, it's normal, but over time the chemicals we put on our skin takes a toll and that's why it's important to moisturize in your daily regimen. Moisturizing regularly will not only replace lost hydration, but also act as a shield or barrier that protects the skin.
Benefits of Moisturizing?
Retain youthful appearance
Relieve and avoid dry skin
Repair skin damage
Mint : Mint is an astringent, meaning it's strong enough to pull oil out of your skin's pores and squeeze out excess oil.
Bay Leaf: If applied to the skin, a Bay Leaf rinse targets impurities, treating acne prone skin, and can also reduce puffiness without drying out the skin, making it useful as a toner.
Aloe Vera: Best for treating wounds, bites, and burns. Aloe has wonderful healing agents that speed up the skins regeneration process, reducing the appearance of anti-aging and contains Vitamins A, C, and E.
Rose: Cleanses the skin and fights acne and breakouts. It is considered to be an antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant. It also, soothes redness and protects from future damage from the sun.