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Reasons You Should Not Use Soap In Your Face

11th February 2022
"What you show the world is your face."

What you show the world is your face. Keeping your face clean is the first step in ensuring that your face is your best selling point, but that doesn't mean you should grab the nearest bar of soap the next time you hop in the shower.

Here are some reasons why you should not use a soap bar on your face.

Damages the Skin

The soap contains harsh chemicals that can be damaging to the skin. Because the skin on the face is fragile and sensitive, it is more vulnerable to harm.

Regular soap use also strips the skin's natural oils, leaving it dull and dry.

Blocks Pores
The use of soap on a regular basis might cause the pores on the skin's surface to get clogged.

This is due to the fact that most soap includes fatty acids, which build in the pores and clog them.

Disrupts pH balance

Ph mantle is the natural barrier of your skin. When the pH scale reads 7, it is considered neutral. Anything below that level is acidic, and anything beyond it is alkaline. Even when our skin is quite oily, the pH balance of our skin is usually between 4 and 6.5.

Soap, on the other hand, is strongly alkaline and tends to lean toward the other extreme. So, when you use soap on your skin, it disrupts its pH balance and acid mantle, exacerbating skin issues.

As a result, it's better to avoid applying soap to your face.

Makes your Skin Dry

Even if your skin is greasy, using soap on your face is not justified. Soap depletes the skin's natural oils, leaving it tight and dry.

If you have oily skin, use a face wash designed specifically for oily skin that will remove oils and grime from the skin's surface while not disrupting the skin's delicate pH balance.

Cleaning your face with soap is the same as washing your face with dishwashing liquid or detergent.

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Easy homemade face packs for smooth and clear skin

6th February 2022
"There is nothing more relaxing in skincare than a soothing face mask."

There is nothing more relaxing in skincare than a soothing face mask. Consider making some natural and easy-to-make face packs to suit your skin type.

All of the ingredients for a homemade face mask can be found in your kitchen cupboard.

Besan and Turmeric Face Pack

Besan or Gram Flour is an excellent ingredient for absorbing excess oil and mattifying skin, and when combined with Turmeric, it improves tenfold.

Because these two ingredients work well as antibacterial and skin-lightening agents, this mask will not only clarify your skin but will also help to prevent breakouts and suntan.

Mix one teaspoon of each with enough water and apply the pack all over your face and neck, then wash off after 15 minutes for instantly bright and glowing skin.

Multani Mitti (Fuller’s earth) and Rosewater face pack

In a bowl, combine 1-2 tablespoons of Multani Mitti and a few drops of rosewater.

Adjust the consistency so that the face pack resembles a paste. Place the face pack on your face and leave it on for 25-30 minutes.

Rinse your face with cool water and gently pat it dry. The benefit of combining the two ingredients is that it fights acne and prevents oily skin, which prevents clogging of the pores.

Tomato face pack

Tomato face masks assist in balancing oily skin. It is well known to provide immediate glow and radiance.

Because the skin is shiny and smooth after this treatment, this homemade face mask for soft clear skin is well known and popular.

Produce tomato juice and combine it with lemon juice. Only a few drops of lemon juice are required.

You can also add lemon peel powder if desired. Make a paste with the ingredients and apply it evenly to the face and neck.

Allow it to dry. It should be washed in cold water.

Potato Face Pack

Potato face masks can help you achieve a clear skin glow. These homemade masks for clear skin are very simple to make and take very little time.

It smoothes and cleans the skin while also soothing sunburn. This removes any remaining tan and helps to reduce acne.

Put the ingredients in a blender and blend until they form a paste. Apply the paste to your face and allow it to dry.

After 15 minutes, remove the mask. Rinse thoroughly with cold water.

Aloe and Turmeric Face Pack

Aloe pulp combined with turmeric is an excellent combination for controlling excess oil and purifying the skin.

The soothing aloe gel soothes the skin, while the turmeric keeps it acne and oil-free.

1 tablespoon fresh aloe pulp with a pinch of turmeric Apply the gel to your face and neck and leave it on for 15 minutes to reveal healthier-looking, soft, and supple skin.

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Reasons why Vitamin C is good for your skin

10th February 2022
"Vitamin C is high in antioxidants, which are known to make your skin look younger and more radiant."

Vitamin C is high in antioxidants, which are known to make your skin look younger and more radiant. It aids in the destruction of free radicals and the enhancement of tissue repair and collagen synthesis for healthy skin.

And while we're on the topic of benefits, here are a few:

Prevent wrinkles and fine lines

Vitamin C works wonders to prevent and reduce these undesirable signs by increasing collagen synthesis in your body.

Surveys found that a higher intake of vitamin C was associated with better skin appearances, and topical application of vitamin C for 12 weeks has been shown to reduce wrinkling, smooth the skin, and increase collagen production.

Protection from sun exposure

Prolonged sun exposure can have serious impacts on your skin, such as skin tanning, rough skin, skin redness, and so on.

Vitamin C applied topically acts as an antioxidant to protect your skin from UV rays.

Combinations of vitamin C and vitamin E are more effective than vitamin alone in protecting the skin from sun damage.

Provide skin hydration

A high vitamin C intake helps to reduce skin dryness and provides moisture to your skin.

Ascorbic acid keeps the skin moist and prevents it from becoming dry and oily.

Lowers dark pigmentation of the skin

Dark pigmentation, also known as dark spots of the skin, is caused by an increase in melanin production.

Melanin is a pigment that gives your skin color.

Hyperpigmentation is generally not harmful, but for cosmetic purposes, topical vitamin C application can lighten dark patches.

Helps to reduce inflammation

Vitamin C is an excellent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant that aids in the reduction of inflammation-related symptoms such as rash, redness, and irritation.

Topical vitamin C reduces inflammation in a variety of skin conditions, including acne and psoriasis.

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