The Importance of Skin Care

Most people take skin care completely for granted. When looking at beauty gurus and skin specialists uploading elaborate skin care routines, you may think, “What is the point of all that?” Even if you just use a face wash and shower every day, it may not actually be enough. Here is why it is crucial to care for your skin on a daily basis.

How the Skin Operates

Before knowing the importance of skin care, it is wise to understand what all that the skin constitutes of and the functions of it. The skin has three layers. The first layer is the subcutaneous layer, which consists of fat to insulate the body. The second layer is the dermis, which consists of connective tissues and the like. The last layer which we can visibly see is the epidermis, and its basic function is to protect the inner layers from environmental contaminants. The cells contained in the epidermis layer continually travel from the inner most area of the layer to the surface, and these cells flake off when they reach the outer surface. Thus, the cells in this layer begin to thin over time. This causes less collagen to be produced, making the skin lose its elasticity, and causes the skin to become wrinkly and saggy. Sweat glands decrease and the subcutaneous layer also becomes smaller. UVB and UVA rays cause the epidermis to shrink even further and make the collagen breakdown faster in the dermis layer.

The Importance of Caring For Your Skin

The simple reason to care for your skin is to prevent breakouts. The more serious reasons to care for your skin is to prevent it from drying out and to reduce the chances of skin cancer. Caring for your skin can also make your skin look younger, healthier and glowing for a longer time. Skin sheds on a daily basis, so in order to keep your skin looking healthy, it is important to take the necessary steps for it.

What to Include In Your Skin Care Routine

There are simple ways to improve your skin care routine. Skin care novices also do not need to worry as there are plenty of quick and easy skin care regimes to follow. Here are a few ways to care for your skin in the easiest and best way possible.

Cleansing

This may sound simple, but different skin types will need to be aware of the cleansing method they apply in order to clean dirt, bacteria and dead skin cells. For dry skin, it is advised to use liquid cleansers instead of soap. However, it is still important to keep your skin type in mind, as many liquid cleansers also have moisturizing agents in them.

Applying sunscreen

Application of sunscreen with a minimum of 15 SPF is absolutely essential when heading outdoors in order to avoid skin cancer and other skin related diseases and decrease in elasticity.

Facials

It is recommended to get facials every now and again. Not only is it a luxurious treat but it can also help in different areas relating to skin problems depending on the facial you choose to get.

Serums

Another thing to add to your skin care routine, if you can afford it, are serums. They may include antioxidants and/or retinol which heavily supports skin health by calming down redness and firming the skin and improving its texture.
Check out Infinite Beauty’s wide range of skin care products and services to get the best looking and healthiest skin possible!

Summer to Fall Skin Care Regimen

Summer to Fall Skin Care Regimen

Beach and pool season has come to an end, but on the bright side, the humidity is going away! Nothing baffles us more than taking our time applying makeup in the morning only to have it melt off by the time you arrive to work.

Going into the fall season, your serums, BB creams, and heavy moisturizers are safe to wear from the heat during the summer. Before you begin integrating your beloved sweaters and boots into your fall wardrobe, it is time to shield your complexion from the low temperatures. As the seasons change, a change in your skin care regimen is a must!

Do you ever wonder why your skin changes during the fall season?

It is important to change your regimen as the seasons change because your skin is always exposed to the environment. That means your skin is more susceptible to changes in the environment than other organs in your body. Fall brings on a chillier climate with more frequent winds with temperatures roller coasting from high to low,and back up high.

Tips for the Best Skin During Fall

Change the following:

1. Cleanser

Changing your cleanser is the step that can make a big difference for your skin. The increased amount of sweat and activity you are doing requires using a stronger clarifying cleanser. Fall and winter call for a more mellow cleanser. If the summer cleanser is too harsh on your skin, switch to a more hydrating one.

2. Toner

The same rules apply to your toner – reach for something more balancing. Be sure to avoid toners that are alcohol based, the alcohol is very drying to the skin.

3. Moisturizer

During the summer we opt for a lightweight moisturizer so it won’t clog pores. During the fall we’re undergoing the process of a transition from warmer days to windy colder days. Less water and blasting the heater takes away that hydration in our skin leaving behind dry, flaky skin that accentuates fine lines and wrinkles.

Incorporate:

4. Exfoliate

Exfoliation is always recommended despite the current season. It is one of the best ways to curtail the appearance of dark spots and keep your skin tone polished.

We have begun to enter into the time of year where our skin produces less oils and becomes more irritable by the environment – rain, wind, and the fluctuating temperature will dull out your skin. Pay attention to when your skin needs reviving.

5. Decrease Pore Size

Due to increased sweating, pores often enlarge. Unfortunately for us that means we will be seeing more pores in the fall.

Try purifying mud mask to absorb excess oils twice a week until you notice a difference. Don’t forget to exfoliate prior to masking!

6. Moisture Rich Masks

Transitioning from summer to fall and winter bring on a more cool, and drier air that your skin will be breathing. Changing your moisturizer alone may not be sufficient enough to keep your skin balanced.

Incorporate a moisture rich masks with your weekly skin care regime. If you can to go the au naturale route, make your own using ingredients from your kitchen. Avocados, bananas, oatmeal, yogurt, honey and work great an at home mask.

7. Continue to Hydrate your skin!

Drinking water falls under the hydration category, especially during the dry weather. Although it’s no longer warm, don’t forget to drink glass after glass to continuously replenish our bodies. We still are in need of that extra boost, and serums do just that!

 

Retinoids: The skincare ingredient explained…

Retinoids: The skincare ingredient explained…

What are retinoids?

Retinoids are a class of compound vitamins extracted from vitamin A, that is frequently used in skincare. Listed in the order of potency: retinoic acid, retinaldehyde, retinol, and retinyl palmitate. The ingredient retinoic acid is the active form of the chemical that can be easily used on skin, however almost always requires a prescription like tretinoin. 

Effective retinoids tend to be more irritating, so a less potent one doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a bad thing. By using a weaker form, it could be more effective because it won’t irritate the skin as much, and the chances of repetitive use will be higher.  

Types

Retinoids come in more than one shape or form, the few different types that add to the misconceptions are tretinoin, retinol, and retinyl esters. What makes them slightly different is because of the chemical compounds. They’re all conveniently available over the counter and less potent than tretinoin. Retinol, (often in everyday products) is a lighter form of retinoid.

Suitable skin types

Seen as a powerful plumping agent on maturing skin, or for those who have been subjected to premature aging by the sun, retinoids are remarkably effective on acne battling skin.

The best time to incorporate them

Popularly known as an anti-aging ingredient, the benefits vary – considering introducing them into our skincare routine sooner than later. Did you know that skin loses on average 1 percent of collagen per year starting in your mid-twenties? Incorporating retinoids in your late-twenties and on is an appropriate time to add to your routine skincare.

How to use them?

Opt for an over the counter product that has at least 0.1 percent retinol and read the entire ingredient list or ask at the counter what the product contains. The amount of retinol may be increased to 0.3 percent or 0.5 percent as your skin builds up the tolerance to it.

Drawbacks

Common side effects will include stinging, peeling, burning, and irritation upon initial contact with skin. As you begin to build up a tolerance by steadily using it a few times a week, you will get to gauge and see what you can manage – if the product makes your skin sore, chose to give it a rest. If your skin can endure retinol, you can choose to up the number of times you’re using it per week. For sensitive skin type or those that suffer from inflammatory skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema, or psoriasis, consult with a dermatologist before using as the products can possibly cause further skin problems.

 

Repair Sun Damaged Skin

Prevention isn’t always 100% foolproof, unfortunately, there is no way to stop the sun from emitting harmful UV rays from hurting your skin. With that being said, it’s crucial to utilize the natural remedies and effective treatments to repair your damaged skin.

1. Our Signature Facials

The extraction, massage, exfoliation mask, and steam application during a facial treatment leads to skin revitalization, or in other words – fresh, rejuvenated skin. This improves the appearance of the skin, giving it a healthy, balanced, and robust glow.

2. Lemon

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! Or use them as a solution for everything!

Lemon juice is a wonderful route for an organic remedy to sun damage on your skin, neck, and chest. The acidity in the lemons known as alpha-hydroxy pushes for cell production and nourishes the skin.

A little lemon juice on a cotton ball is just enough to stimulate all natural cell healing, production, and regrowth. Gently swab the damaged areas and leave on the skin until dry for about half an hour. Wash with warm water to hydrate skin before applying moisturizer.

Disclaimer, when using lemons to skin back to health, watch out for irritation after initial use. DO NOT leave on further than 30 minutes, doing so can further damage to your already affected skin.

3. Vitamin C

The three benefits of this vitamin:

  1. Rejuvenates skin by encouraging fresh, healthy cell regrowth
  2. Tackles premature aging of the skin by preventing free radicals that can damage collagen
  3. It discourages enzyme tyrosinase that plays a role in the formation of melanin that is guilty of producing dark spots.

Excess sun exposure increases free radicals that impede collagen production and accelerates aging. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that shields against the damage from ruining your skin. To prevent skin discoloration, reach for products such as lotions and serums that contain vitamin C. Consuming foods with vitamin C such as kale, kiwi, or oranges can help as well.

4. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is the holy grail – it has been highly praised for its many uses and we’ll tell you why. It’s loaded with healthy fatty acids and vitamin E. The fatty acids moisturize the skin naturally and the vitamin E works as an organic antioxidant that aids in diminishing inflammation from UVA and UVB rays from the sun.

A little goes a long way, so use sparingly. You can store it at room temperature or in the fridge. It works great as a moisturizer on sun damaged skin. You will notice a difference in your overall tone and complexion soon after applying a small amount a few times a day.

5 Reasons Why Your Skin Care Routine Is Important  

The Importance Of Skin Care

What is your skin care routine, or better question is, do you have one? Or do you go to bed each night without being concerned with your skin? You don’t put too much thought into your skin care routine, but the reality is, you should. The importance of skin care is not overrated, considering we all know the skin is the largest organ of the body. It works every day to protect and prevent our bodies from harmful elements. Almost frequently, our skin advises us if we are healthy, or suffering from maintaining a healthy lifestyle. In contrast to other crucial body systems, your skin is exposed to the outside environment causing skin problems due to irritants in the air such as automobile exhaust, smoke from chemical factories, pollution, and sun damage due to excessive exposure in daylight.

Getting To Know Your Skin?

It’s in our nature as a woman to take care, groom, and pamper ourselves to look the best we can. As procedure to best care for our skin, we need to properly classify what type we have. Products are precisely designed to work for different skin types. I.e. using a heavy moisturizing face wash made for dry skin type would break out oily skin.

There are three main categories: Normal, oily, and dry. Occasionally you will see “combination” as a type, which is the most common one.

Prevention is easier 

Forestalling potential skin problems now is easier than attempting to solve skin problems in the future. Taking time to concern yourself in a daily skin care routine takes less time than having to address it in the future as a consequence  due to negligent in the future.

A Skin Care Routine Is More Cost Effective 

When you address and take care of your skin health, you avoid in the future such as, acne scars, deep wrinkles, hyper pigmentation, and other underlying skin issues. A daily skin care routine can prevent unwanted trips to the dermatologist or plastic surgeon.

Beautiful Skin is A Lifelong Process

Good skin is a lifelong process, and developing a daily skin care routine beginning today will nourish beautiful skin for the future. The decisions you make today will benefit you in the long run.

When You Look Good, You Feel Good

Having clean and healthy skin can lift your confidence and keep you looking and feeling your best! Your face is the part of you that others see upon first meeting you, so go forth with your best face forward. A daily skin care routine can guide you to this.

A Skin Care Routine Can Assist In Implementing Other Healthy Routines

Adding a skin care routine to your other healthy lifestyle routines can help you develop better habits all around. This can include oral, hair, scalp, and personal hygiene routines. Do them all together so you can look good, and feel amazing!

Have you been convinced now to nourish your skin with a daily routine? It’s never too late to develop a skin care routine that is suitable for you and can keep your skin healthy, glowing, and looking great for years to come!

 

Skincare mistakes

7 Tips to take to avoid making those common mistakes

Double Cleansing

The extra step is all the recent craze, we’ll tell you why. Double cleansing is the step used to take prior to cleansing. It comes in an array of forms: cleansing oil, balm, and or micellar water. This follows with an actual cleanser. This extra step sounds tedious, but it’s the best way to remove makeup, oil, dirt, sweat, bacteria, and any grime built up and left after a long day.

Not separating makeup removing from eyes

Your makeup removing routine includes wiping your face with a cotton pad all at the same time. Or more so, you may go directly to cleansing your face. Pay extra attention to your eyes because these both are the wrong way to go about removing your makeup. Eye makeup is harder to remove and needs a gentler approach.  

Washing with Bar Soap

Still using bar soap? It’s time to toss the old out and bring in a good cleanser. It’s doing more harm than any good for your skin. Bar soap quickly strips your skin of all water, leading to buildup of dead skin cells. It also does the opposite of what exfoliating intends for.

Not applying moisturizer/product immediately after cleansing

If moisturizer isn’t applied within the first 60 seconds after cleansing, you are too late. Skin becomes easily dehydrated after cleansing, so it’s crucial to moisturize while skin is still damp. Immediate moisturizing will avoid the skin tight feeling after a hot shower or face washing.

Rubbing products too aggressively

Skincare products don’t need to be rubbed in harshly. Rubbing products in too hard won’t make it any more effective. It can actually cause unwanted irritation. Product application should be gentle, upward strokes on the face and neck.

If you can recognize, the skin surrounding your eyes is much more delicate and thinner than the remainder of your skin.

Make sure to use a remover specifically for eye makeup.

Too much product

The “less is more” rule applies to applying the product on your skin. Taking care of your skin can be looked forward to at this time, but you may get carried away and use too much of one, or all products. The extent of how much product you use is reliant on your skin type.

Applying too much of a product such as a moisturizer can lead to breakouts. All you need is a coin-sized of each product to work its magic.

Forgetting your neck!

Think skincare stops at your jawline? Wrong, your neck needs attention too! The skin on your neck is just as fragile as the skin surrounding your eyes. It can also age faster than other parts of your skin… so don’t skimp on applying moisturizer to your neck as well as sunscreen and serum.

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Spring Skincare Regime in 7 Steps

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Your skin changes from Winter to Spring, and now it’s time for a new routine.

 

The new season summons a new skincare routine, with spring into full effect, now is the time to prepare your skin for the longer, and warmer months ahead.

Fall and Winter are rough seasons on the skin, low temperatures, dry air, indoor heating and snow even. With so many season changes, skin struggles to adjust from one season to another while maintaining healthy skin.

On the bright side, there are small changes you can make to prepare your complexion for the sunnier days to come.

 

  1. Exfoliate

exfoliateThe first action to take towards glowing skin is to invest in an exfoliator suitable for your skin type. The colder months cause the skin to become dull while developing a season’s worth of buildup on the barrier with dead skin cells, leftover product, and environmental toxins.

A gentle scrub will polish the winter skin away unclogging the pores and allowing your products to work to its full potential. The best results are followed by implementing a hydrating mask 2-3 times a week to keep skin moisturized and smooth.  

  1. No more hot showers

showersNow that the season is warmer, you can skip the scalding hot showers. A lukewarm shower will keep your skin smooth and hydrated. A “too hot” of shower can cause dry patches and leave your skin uncomfortable dehydrated.

  1. Lotion after Showering

lotionAfter emerging from the shower, you have a higher concentration of moisture compared to the air. Water evaporates quickly leaving the skin very dry.. So don’t forget to moisturize your body as soon as you dry off from showering!

  1. Stronger SPF

spfMonths of hibernating beneath layers of clothing, high knee socks, scarves, and sweaters, skipping sunscreen has become the forgotten step in the routine. Little did you know; sun protection is the most crucial step and should be followed religiously all year.

  1. Lighter Moisturizer

Skin tends to retain more water during the warmer months, so you don’t need as much moisture. Unless your skin type is dry, rest the heavy moisturizer and reach for the lighter one!

If your skin type is oily, a water-based moisturizer during the warm days would be ideal. The cooling effect against your skin feels great while ensuring your skin stays hydrated.

  1. Eye Cream

eye creamDid you know the skin below eyes are much more delicate than the skin on the remainder of your face? Months of dehydration calls for extra attention to your eyes.

  1. Use Serum Morning and Evening

serumBe a minimalist when packing, but when it comes to your products, be extra. Apply serum both day and night before applying sunscreen and makeup for an extra layer of hydration and protection to combat the dry weather.

 

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Our Signature Facials

Benefits of a Facial

The general recommendation is to get a facial every 3 to four weeks depending on your skin type. To answer your question, that is the amount of time your skin takes to move through a full cycle of skin cell growth and exfoliation. Monthly facials help maintain that gorgeous glow all month long.

An optimal skin care routine is imperative for sustaining healthy, fresh and youthful skin. But every once in awhile, we need to leave it to the skincare specialist and spoil your skin with a facial treatment here at Infinite Beauty..

A facial is a multi-step, and multi-purpose treatment that includes steaming of the skin, exfoliation, face masks, deep cleansing, face massage, and an assortment of creams and lotions.

Nevertheless, all types of facials have incredible benefits for your skin:

Targeted a variety of of skin issues

Subsequently after being diagnosed with a skin condition, getting a regular facial treatment will not only better, but also help in healing your skin. Commons problems like blemishes, enlarged pores, blackheads, whiteheads, sunspots and damage, acne, inflammation, redness, rosacea, wrinkles, dehydration, loss of moisture, elasticity and firmness can be reduced or completely be treated with the right facial treatment.

Anti-Aging

Facial treatments may aid in slowing down the aging process and hinder the appearance of wrinkles. Massaging your face with an anti-aging cream will immediately increase the blood circulation and oxygen flow, which promotes collagen production and enhances the elasticity of your skin. This leads to a reduction of fine lines and wrinkles and preventing their appearance. Remember: It’s never too early to take loving care of your skin!

Relaxing

Massages are great for unwinding, calming stress, and harmonizing your mind. Similar to your body, your facial muscles need a massage to relax and most facial treatments include one. The circulation will stimulate and boost the lymphatic vessels and detoxify your skin, leaving you with healthy and youthful looking complexion.

Skin Rejuvenation

The extraction, massage, exfoliation mask, and steam application during a facial treatment leads to skin revitalization, or in other words – fresh, rejuvenated skin. This improves the appearance of the skin, giving it a healthy, balanced, and robust glow. The results may not appear immediately, however, overtime the skin will be restored! Be mindful that routine and regular facials is the key!

Customized Professional Treatment

A skilled esthetician will evaluate your skin condition and help you select the best facial treatment suited for your skin. You can learn useful tips by discussing your daily routine skin care routine and get suggestions on which products work best for your skin. These tips are powerful because you can use these tips as preventative precautions to aging, and maintain your healthy skin.

Pampering yourself     

Lastly, but not least, pampering yourself with a day at the spa or a small trip to the beauty salon will lift your mood and make you feel beautiful and confident. Spending time treating yourself in a relaxing environment will surely boost your spirit and clear your mind. So infinitely, take time off once a month to pamper yourself, you deserve it!

At Infinite Beauty, we offer a wide array of facial treatments according to your skin type and issue: Vitamin C Infusion, Microdermabrasion Detox Treatment, Advanced Oxygen, 24k Gold Facial, and Collagen. Let us help and determine the best treatment to address your concerns.  

 

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Skincare Ingredients that should never be used together

Vitamin C, Retinol, Sunscreen….

It’s as if all skin concerns have a solution nowadays. Looking to minimize the appearance of fine lines? Try retinol. Want a moisturizer that will keep your skin glowing and supple? Reach for something containing hyaluronic acid. Need to fade dark spots and renew skin? Look for vitamin C.

So many active ingredients, yet determining when and how to use these products can be a struggle particularly when you’re trying to find a routine that fits your skin type.

Amongst all active ingredients, sunscreen, vitamin C and retinol are the three that are suitable simple for everyday skincare. (It’s recommended to consult with a dermatologist to see what’s best for your skin type.)

The Do’s and Don’ts of how to integrate them into your daily routine:

  • Do combine Vitamin C + Sunscreen
    • Vitamin C and sunscreen are pair up well. Make sure to apply serum before sunscreen in the morning, and retinol cream in the evening.
  • Don’t combine Vitamin C + Retinol

Products that contain Vitamin C act as an antioxidant that can help fight skin damage caused by sun exposure and other environmental pollutants. Vitamin C is known for agents that brighten dark spots, collaging building to reduce fine lines, and overall appearance of skin.

Retinol and retinoids can improve brown spots and fine lines over time, but however can typically make skin more sensitive to light exposure.

It’s best to steer clear from mixing both ingredients and choose to use vitamin C serum in the morning and retinol cream before bed. That way both ingredients can work to their full potential without clashing.

Don’t combine Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids + Retinol

Alpha and beta hydroxy acids are commonly used in exfoliating products. It acts as a buffing agent removing the top layer of skin to improve discoloration over time. Retinols treat acne and aid in diminishing sun spots, fine lines, and wrinkles.

Using both at the same time can disrupt your pH level causing excessively dry, red and irritated skin. To avoid irritated skin, it is suggested to use them at various times of the day or even better, different days of the week.

Don’t combine Benzoyl Peroxide + Retinol

Retinol and Benzoyl used together are ineffective because both ingredients cancel each other out being incompatible. Any irritating products that contain acid should not be used with retinol such as a recent chemical peel or laser treatments.  

Don’t combine Benzoyl Peroxide + Vitamin C

It’s not recommended to use Benzoyl and vitamin C products together because they can offset each other’s effects, i.e. benzoyl peroxide can oxides the vitamin C.

Combine Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids + Vitamin C CAREFULLY

Both hydroxy acid and vitamin C products can potentially work together since they both can perform in acidic environments. Being they are both made of acidic formulas, the combination of both can irritate the skin more.

Vitamin C and salicylic acid can work together for oily skin type, but it’s recommended to wait a few minutes in between applications.

Lastly the most important skincare product for all skin types is hands down sunscreen. SPF of 30 or greater is optimal, and remember to allow time to dry in between moisturizer.

Sun protection is key: if you aren’t wearing sunscreen, oils, retinols and vitamin C won’t work to its full advantage.

 

  

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7 Simple Skin Care Tips During The Winter

Severe changes in the weather, whether it’s hot or cold – is harmful to your skin. Winter in particular, has weather conditions that include severe dry winds, and chilly temperatures that can make your skin dry up and lead to flaking. The usual skin care regime wouldn’t make much of a difference during this season. During this time of year, your skin needs more attention to keep it healthy and vivacious.

To better help you achieve healthy skin, here are a few simple winter care tips for your complexion so you can follow to avoid dead looking skin.

Face Care During The Winter – 7 Simple Steps

  1. The First Step to Healthy Skin – Cleansing

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Aside from any products you are using, cleansing is a crucial step to follow in skin care. Limiting washing during the winter from three times to only twice a day and go an alternative route by cleansing your face with chilled milk and a cotton ball to eliminate excess drying.

 

  1. Exfoliation Is Key

Despite any season, exfoliating your skin with a scrub is necessary to shed old skin for new, glowing skin. However, you may want to reduce the amount of times per week you are exfoliating during winter. Scrubbing might irritate your skin causing it to further dry. Consider using a mild exfoliant once a week.

You can also make your own diy scrub using organic ingredients such as: sugar, banana, honey, lemon, yogurt, milk and oatmeal.

Here is an easy fruit scrub you can from the comfort of your own kitchen:

  • 2 tbsp. Mashed ripe bananas
  • 2 tbsp. Mashed apple
  • 1 tbsp. Honey
  • ¼ cups of oatmeal

Mix ingredients together and gently scrub your skin for a few minutes in a circular motion. Rinse skin and pat dry.

  1. Tighten the Skin by Toning

Firstly, begin with a mild toner that works for your skin, avoid ones that contain a lot of chemicals. Using a strong toner can throw your skin’s PH levels off balance. Upon cleansing, toner acts as the post-removal of residual dirt and makeup from your skin. Toning tightens and also acts as a primer for moisturizer, and night serum.

  1. Soothe Skin with Moisturizer

Keeping your skin hydrated is mandatory throughout the year, not just for flaky dry skin, but on the daily. You can choose moisturizers or oils to keep skin hydrated, or mix both together. Opt for almond, coconut or virgin oil.

  1. Face Packs For Winter

Believe it or not, ingredients in your kitchen can help keep your skin soft and supple during the cold winter. Try these face packs:

Avocado

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Containing extreme moisturizing properties, it’s not only good for skin, but also hair. Mash a ripe avocado and lather onto skin for 10-15 minutes. Rinse with warm water and follow up using a gentle toner.

Banana

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A mashed up banana works as a great moisturizing agent. Use 4 to 5 tablespoons and gently massage onto your skin. Rinse and massage in circular motions using honey.

Aloe Vera

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Well known for its calming and moisturizing properties, aloe vera acts as a great alternative moisturizer.

  1. Stay Hydrated

Keep yourself hydrated and drink plenty of water during this season. Staying hydrated keeps your skin glowing throughout this time of the year.

  1. Protect Your Skin from the Sun

The sun is hiding during the winter months, don’t be fooled! Sunrays will manage to peep through the clouds in the sky allowing UVA and UVB rays to harm your skin. Never skip a day of sunscreen.

If you end up missing a day or two, let the professionals at Infinite Beauty help you restore your skin to its truest form.

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