11 Beauty Secrets That The Glamour Industry Doesn’t Want You To Know

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Have you ever wondered how celebrities always look stunning irrespective of their age and skin troubles? We’re always so envious of them, Isn’t it?

However, we understand that they’ve got a whole panel of beauty experts and personal beauty care army of people to take care of them at every stage. But, what needs to be noticed here is that the fundamentals of beauty care routine are easy and brilliant. You may not expect the results they’ll provide you with and by what? Just if you follow the simple routine of skin care daily and dedicate a specific amount of time to it.

Not just mere talking about it would help, so what I’ve here for you today is the box of miracles that may do wonders to your body. Pay attention to the secrets mentioned in Number 1, 2 and 3 as they can work like a magic wand for anyone. Let’s explore these little beauty secrets below and try them out.

#11 Don’t disregard the benefits of sunscreen

#11 Don't disregard the benefits of sunscreen

Beautiful and healthy skin can’t be achieved without the regular use of sunscreen. Mamie McDonald, a cosmetics expert who worked with Madonna, says that any other efforts you make will be in vain if you neglect this rule. She advises the use of cream with SPF no less than 30, reapplied during the day.

#10 Take care of your neck

#10 Take care of your neck

The neck is a part of a woman’s body that gives away its owner’s age almost at once, so it’s very important to take good care of it. The neck skin is thin and requires care as delicate as your face does. Go further than your chin, and you’ll be fine.

#9 Don’t overdry your skin, exfoliate!

#9 Don't overdry your skin, exfoliate!

Most anti-spot creams contain benzoyl peroxide that dries the skin, aggravates inflammation, and increases production of sebum. Alcohol acts similarly, so you won’t get rid of spots like this. Dr. Harold Lancer recommends turning your attention to exfoliating with salicylic or lactic acid and cleansing masks with clay.

#8 Rub an ice cube on your face

#8 Rub an ice cube on your face

Dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban advises rubbing your face with an ice cube for a few seconds to prevent a dull complexion. This simple trick stimulates circulation, and your skin starts glowing positively.

#7 Store your beauty products properly

#7 Store your beauty products properly

Dr. Debra Jaliman warns against storing your beauty items in the bathroom because the warm and humid air makes them expire more quickly. Face creams and other beauty accessories you don’t frequently use should be stored in the fridge.

#6 Keep your hands clean before touching your face

#6 Keep your hands clean before touching your face

Dr. Lancer says you shouldn’t ever touch your face with dirty hands. Change pillowcases at least once a week if you have dry or normal skin type or once every three days if your skin is oily. Clean your smartphone screen from time to time.

#5 Don’t use scrub if your skin is acne prone

#5 Don't use scrub if your skin is acne prone

Christie Kidd, a skin care specialist from Beverly Hills, recommends never using any scrub, sponge or brush if you have acne. This only leads to inflammation. Any skin type needs delicate cleansing without soap, and to reduce reddening and inflammation, apply a water-and-aspirin paste to the spots.

#4 Remove your bra before sleeping

#4 Remove your bra before sleeping

A bra, especially a tight or wired one, constricts your blood circulation, leading to health problems. In addition, it causes skin irritation, restlessness due to discomfort, and darkening of the skin under the straps and wire

#3 Facial massage for under eyes

#3 Facial massage for under eyes

Ole Henriksen recommends lymph drainage massage against circles under the eyes. The procedure stimulates lymph flow, the skin smoothes, and the ‘bags’ disappear. Besides, you can even do it at home it’s not difficult to learn.

#2 Take care of your hands

#2 Take care of your hands

#1 Cleanse your face regularly

#1 Cleanse your face regularly

Dermatologist Debra Jaliman points out that you shouldn’t ever go to bed with makeup on. If you do that, you’ll end up with blocked pores and inflammations. Always cleanse your face regularly. As simple as it sounds, many still neglect this advice.
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