8 SIMPLE HOME REMEDIES FOR SOFT SKIN
Clear Away Dead Skin
Skincare requires exfoliation. Circulation, lymphatic drainage, collagen synthesis, and skin renewal enhance with skin exfoliation.
Sun exposure causes leather skin—dry, rough, sagging, and prematurely aged. Fog requires SPF30 sunscreen. Sunny days every two hours. Reef-safe minerals improve skin and ecosystems.
Hot water destroys keratin cells and lipids. Cold showers brighten, but brief, warm ones are ideal. Cold water brightens skin by sending blood to organs.
Moisturize Wet Skin
Rich moisturizers sit on dry skin without absorbing, leaving a thick, cakey covering that rinses off. Damp skin absorbs emollients better.
Use Oils on Your Skin
Oils retain, moisturizers moisten. Natural oils moisturize toners, serums, creams, and lotions. Coconut, sunflower, shea butter, sweet almond, and grapeseed oils are skin-friendly despite their weight.
Avoid Dry Products
Retinoids, alcohol, artificial perfumes, surfactants, and preservatives in many store-bought skincare products dehydrate skin, despite their claims.
Sleep is one of the oldest and most affordable beauty secrets. Your body heals throughout those eight hours of sleep.
Avoid Contact with Your Face
Soft skin is smooth and lump-free. To preserve hygiene, avoid touching the afflicted areas.
Beautiful Short Hairstyles for Women Over 60