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Better Ways To Treat Your Skin Anytime Of The Year


Your skin is the biggest organ your body has, and it serves a very important purpose. Your skin protects all of your internal organs, and it helps hold them all in place as well. Because your skin is so important it makes sense that you should want to take good care of it.

It doesn’t take a lot of work to have healthy skin, you just need to give it the attention that it needs. Care for skin issues when they arise, fight dry skin, and use items that are better for your skin. Here are a few healthy tips to keep your skin looking good all year long.

Use Tea Tree For Pimples And More

If you have pimples, and many adults do, you can treat them naturally. You may find that a lot of the acne products out there contain ingredients that aren’t good for sensitive skin, and they may be harsh on yours and cause redness. Instead of using treatments with weird ingredients grab some tea tree oil, a better and more natural choice.

Tea tree oil can help with pimples and blemishes, on your face or even on your back. It also has antibacterial properties and is antifungal. That means that it can help get rid of all sorts of skin issues, even helping with contact dermatitis.

Create Homemade Skin Care From The Kitchen

Instead of spending a bunch of money on products that might potentially be bad for your skin, or maybe you just don’t have extra money to spend on skincare, you can make your own items to use right in your kitchen. From itchy and dry skin to problems with oily skin, there are foods already in your kitchen cupboards and in the refrigerator that can help you fight those issues.

Everyone loves honey, and it is moisturizing for your skin, leaving it soft and supple. Some of the oils in your kitchen can be good for dealing with extremely dry skin, especially in the winter, like olive oil and coconut oil. Both aloe vera (the plant, which many people keep on the kitchen windowsill) and avocado are both great for fighting the pain from sunburn, and more skin ailments.

Shop More Organically

If you don’t have the time to make your own skincare products at home you still can purchase great products that are healthy for your skin. Shop for organic skincare products that are made for your skin type. You can find products that have ingredients you can pronounce, and you might even be able to find locally sourced natural skincare items, allowing you to care for your skin and put money back into your own community.

Most importantly, having a regular skincare regimen will help your skin stay healthy, and moisturized, no matter what time of the year it is.

Kelly Everson is MA in English Literature and an American Author. Her work comprises of articles appearing or forthcoming in over a dozen websites covering beauty skin care, weight loss, diet and overall men’s & women’s health. When she’s not educating strangers with her writing, she’s most likely researching about new discoveries in health, fitness and beauty industry. Connect with her on Facebook and Twitter