Facial Oil - the Latest Trends in Hydrating the Skin

Facial Oil - the Latest Trends in Hydrating the Skin

Every single day, a new so-called revolutionary beautification product is brought to our attention by a certain brand that promises to change the entire market of skin care products as we know it. If you are tired of aggressive promotional slogans and just want to count on a no-nonsense solution that can rejuvenate, hydrate and protect your skin from the inside out, try to go back to the all-natural remedies that do not contain any chemicals. Facial oils based on plant extracts are Mother Nature’s gift ensuring a flawless skin and an effective shield against various conditions that could impact your look, including excessive dryness or oiliness, acne and premature signs of aging.

Choose a Facial Oil Based on Ingredients That Can Address the True Cause of Your Aesthetic Problems

Some of the most common issues that can affect your skin may result in a constant discomfort, and aesthetic concerns associated with a low level of self-esteem. Fortunately, it is in your power to address this impediment by simply applying the right type of facial oil on your delicate skin. If you want to go for commercially available formulas, don’t forget to read the product label and take a closer look at the list of ingredients. Every single ingredient responds to a certain need and can help you attain very specific beautification goals.

For instance, carrot seed essential oil ensures smoother skin and also boosts cell regeneration. This product can be a solid ally for women over 40, as it tends to tone aging skin, while making scars become less visible. On the other hand, Frankincense essential oil is known for its amazing anti-inflammatory properties and acts as an amazing natural toner by minimizing pores. In addition, this popular essential oil represents a remarkable cytophylactic, meaning that it protects existing cells while also favoring the development of new, perfectly healthy ones.

Due to its antibacterial properties, lemon essential oil is great for women who are battling acne. Moreover, this type of essential oil is also seen as a redoubtable natural astringent agent. Bottom line: there are hundreds of different types of essential oils that may appeal to you. My advice as a skin care specialist is to choose the formula that will go on your skin not judging by its fragrance or price tag, but based on the proven properties of its ingredients and the ways in which they can solve your current facial skin problems.

Making an Informed Choice

When it comes to selecting a potion that works for all types of skin and provides stunning results year-round, you have to go for a complex formula based on several natural ingredients that can do wonders for your skin. The Skin Potion comprised of the Miss Julie line fits this description. Made using a wide assortment of beneficial essential oils, this elixir of youth will rejuvenate, tone and hydrate your skin, making it seem healthier, suppler, firmer and more luscious. The Skin Potion that I recommend to my clients features some of the most effective ingredients that are both abundant and accessible, including lemon peel, vanilla, Rose Hip seed oil, jojoba oil, jasmine, Bulgarian rose, German chamomile, carrot, fennel, and various others. The diversity of ingredients used to design this complex formula guarantees its effectiveness. By addressing more than one aesthetic concern, this skin care solution succeeds in helping all women achieve perfection, regardless of their skin type and specific problems. For more information on this innovative facial oil, schedule your first appointment with me and make a big step towards cultivating a deeper bond with your own facial skin.


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How to Avoid Puffiness in Your Face

How to Avoid Puffiness in Your Face

No one wants to look puffy, especially around their eyes. Many of my clients have asked me how they can look less puffy on those mornings after they have enjoyed a lavish dinner or a few glasses of wine.

That is why I have researched and tested the best ways to avoid puffiness in your face. Puffiness is a common problem, but it doesn’t have to be. There are simple things you can do to reduce water retention and give your skin back its youthful glow.

Here are my Top 5 Tips for Avoiding Puffiness in Your Face:

Eat Potassium Rich Foods

Many people don’t realize that potassium is an essential element of healthy skin. This mineral is necessary for keeping cells hydrated and maintaining an optimal level of electrolytes. Potassium will internally moisturize your skin and improve the flow of your internal fluids. Avocado, low-fat yogurts, dried apricots, cantaloupe, bananas, cooked beans, bran cereals, prunes, almonds, and winter squash are all excellent choices.

Eat Foods that Prevent Water Retention

The puffiness in your face is usually caused by water retention. Fortunately, there are some delicious all-natural foods like salmon, tuna, carrots, celery, cucumber, onions, peppers, melons, and oranges that will act as a diuretic and prevent fluid from accumulating under your skin. Surprisingly, water can also help reduce retention, since the bloating is a sign that your body has too much salt and not enough fluid to flush it out.

Use a Cooling Face Mask

Applying an all-natural cold face mask, gel-filled masks, chilled tea bag, or a simple cold cloth will help to reduce water retention and decrease the inflammation in your face.

Facial Massage to Reduce Puffiness

Getting a face massage is a great way to decrease puffiness since it stimulates the nerves in your face. Awakening these nerves will reduce the puffiness in your face by decreasing the swelling and bloating.

Facial Exercises to Rejuvenate Cells

Every part of your body needs exercise to look its best. Your face is filled with muscles, and exercise is necessary to keep them tight and toned. Facial exercises will rejuvenate your skin cells and reduce inflammation.

Try these five simple steps to avoid puffiness and you’ll notice a difference almost instantly. If puffiness isn’t your biggest skincare issue, please contact me for a personal consultation. I always look forward to helping my readers improve the look and feel of their skin.

March 20, 2019 by Julie Lindh
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