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Spring face and body skin care

  • 30 September 2019 13:25:22
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The change of seasons is reflected not only in our mood and well-being, but also on the condition of our skin. In winter, the lack of vitamins and the sun affected her. Now, with the first spring rays, the skin has new needs.

Inside beauty

After winter, the skin suffers from dehydration, so be sure to consume a sufficient amount of fluid: the daily norm is 2-2.5 liters. Drink green tea, natural juices and mineral water.

A typical spring problem is a lack of vitamins, which can be manifested both in increased irritation of the skin, and in the appearance of acne and acne.

In addition to fruits and vegetables, which are compulsory for your diet, do not forget about healthy skin-rich foods rich in fatty acids (fish and seafood) and vitamins A and B (eggs, liver) and such a rich source of vitamins and antioxidants as olive oil.

All women are well aware that the best cosmetics are those that are made on a natural basis. But everyone still knows that cosmetics made from natural ingredients are not cheap.

But do not despair, some vegetable oils can improve the condition of your skin no worse than expensive creams.


Recipes and application

I want to offer you some recipes to protect and restore your skin in the spring.

Here is one of the universal spring recipes that gives wonderful results and with which I work every day:

You need to mix avocado and cocoa butter (good for softening the skin during the spring and from rosacea)

Add a few drops of essential oil of Litsea cubeba (exotic verbena) and lavender. Remember that for 50 ml of the mixture you need to take no more than 8 drops of the total amount of essential oils).

Apply to the skin 1.5 hours before bedtime using massage lines, or you can do Japanese self-massage of the face, which, in combination with this mixture will give a good and quick result.

If you have a mixed skin type. If you previously had a mixed skin type (normal and oily, normal and dry), then during a climate change, the mixed skin type may change (oily in the T-zone and dry on the cheeks). For you, recipes are best selected individually. To create individual recipes, you can write to us in the comments.

I will give one universal recipe below:

  • Make a mixture of coconut base oils and rice bran.
  • Add patchouli / ylang-ylang / tea tree essential oil.
  • Apply to the skin 1.5-2 hours before bedtime.

You can add several types of essential oils or take one of the above. If you feel that you have weakened immunity, then add another essential oil of eucalyptus or ginger.

If you are concerned about rosacea, then I recommend you:

In a mixture of base oils (avocado and cocoa) add citrus essential oil:

  • orange
  • lemon
  • tangerine,
  • lime
  • grapefruit.

Also apply to the skin 1.5 hours before bedtime. Combine well with self-massage facial.

UV protection. If the spring sun calls you to nature and you already spend a lot of time in the fresh air, then be sure to use shea butter. It will protect your skin from chapping and ultraviolet radiation.

Cold sore remedy. If spring brings for you, in addition to joy, the “bells” of herpes, then the following recipe is for you:

Mix a small amount of cocoa butter and add 2 drops of ginger oil to it.

Apply to damaged area.

So that you can more accurately choose the base oil you need based on the expected result, I will list their properties and properties below.


The main vegetable oils used in the formulations and their properties

  1. Apricot kernel oil - It has anti-inflammatory, regenerating, tonic, skin rejuvenating effect, as well as nourishing, softening, moisturizing effect. Used for cellulite and rough skin, helps eliminate inflammation.
  2. Avocado oil - The fatty composition of the oil is as close as possible to human skin fats - all the beneficial substances of the oil in the maximum amount penetrate to where they are needed. It contains polyunsaturated fatty acids in a very high concentration, due to which it restores the barrier functions of the epidermis, restores local skin immunity. It can be used for daily skin care of the eyelids, neck and the whole body. Suitable for any type of skin, especially recommended for dry, dehydrated, damaged and aging skin.
  3. Jojoba oil - Oil of a thick consistency, but with an extremely high penetrating and absorbing ability, provides a protective layer, does not leave a greasy sheen on the skin and hair. It nourishes and moisturizes, and penetrates deep into the pores, perfectly caring for the skin of the face, neck, and décolleté. This unique oil, similar in properties to spermaceti, is unparalleled in chemical composition in the plant world.
  4. Cocoa butter - Used to rejuvenate the skin of the face and neck. Cocoa butter is a valuable substance that is widely used in cosmetology. Natural cocoa butter has a high level of purification and there are no harmful impurities in its composition. The composition of cocoa butter contains saturated and unsaturated fatty acids (stearic, palmitic, oleic, lauric, linoleic, arachic). They are of great importance for the life of the skin (there is a recovery, the aging process slows down). Continuous use of cocoa butter is recommended for dry, flaky skin that needs moisture. In addition, this contributes to the rejuvenation of aging and aging skin, because with age, lost elasticity. Cocoa butter perfectly nourishes, moisturizes, softens and tones the skin, after its application the skin becomes smooth, radiant and tender. In addition, the oil smoothes fine wrinkles. To care for the delicate skin around the eyes, it is best to use cocoa butter, as this is an excellent tool to avoid chapping and damage to the most delicate areas of the face. If you experience dry and peeling lips, apply cocoa butter to damaged skin (this is quite true in winter). If you need to speed up the process of repairing a damaged area of the skin, cosmetologists advise using this oil.
  5. Shea butter - Protection. Natural UV filter. Moisturizing. Stimulation of regenerative processes. Elimination of dryness and irritation. Prevention of premature aging. Increased skin tone and elasticity. Saturation with vitamins.
  6. Castor oil - Helps to eliminate fine wrinkles, nourishes and softens dry and sensitive skin. It has the effect of whitening the skin.
  7. Coconut oil - It has high biological activity and forms a protective film on the surface of the skin, protects, softens, smoothes the skin. It has a moisturizing, nourishing, anti-inflammatory effect. Effective for dry and peeling skin, cracks, burns. Very valuable as a natural cleanser. Due to its full digestibility by cells, the skin becomes soft, delicate, tightens, small wrinkles disappear. Oil is used to combat eczema and other skin diseases. Also effective for joint problems. It does not need preservatives and has a unique antioxidant effect.
  8. Coffee oil - Prevents age-related changes in the skin, smoothes it, making it more elastic, has anti-inflammatory and photoprotective properties. It has a tonic effect and gives the skin elasticity. It is well absorbed without leaving a greasy shine. Coffee oil reduces skin allergies and soothes the skin in case of allergic reactions. An ideal supplement for the prevention and control of cellulite.
  9. Olive oil - The chemical composition of this oil is the closest to the fat component of the human body, is easily absorbed by the skin, and is used as an emollient. Castilian soap is made from olive oil, which can be used for children from birth.
  10. Wheat germ oil - Regenerating, moisturizing, softening, anti-inflammatory, wound healing, cleansing, anti-cellulite. It stimulates metabolic processes, normalizes intracellular metabolism, supports the functions of muscles and glands in the body, improves the condition of both dry and oily skin. It helps to improve complexion, rejuvenates the skin, keeps it supple and fresh even in old age.
  11. Sweet Almond Oil - Contains Vitamin E, which is a natural antioxidant that slows down aging of cells and eliminates inflammatory processes on the skin, as well as Vitamin F, which normalizes the function of the sebaceous glands and prevents the expansion of pores, promotes hair growth and maintains its elasticity and shine. . Gives the skin a healthy, beautiful color. It has anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, nourishing, moisturizing, anti-burn, analgesic and softening effects. It can be used for all skin types. It is especially useful for skin irritations, peeling, with dry, inflamed skin, hair loss. It is a stimulator of hair growth, gives it shine and elasticity; stimulates the growth of eyebrows and eyelashes.
 
 
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