But nowadays, people are more concentrated on their faces and other parts of their bodies and somehow forget about the neck area. The neck is one obvious way in knowing if someone is already aging.
The first question to ask is; what is your budget? While we’d like to think that having great skin is worth any cost, the truth is that, for most of us, cost is going to be an issue. Some of us simply cannot afford the expensive skin cure care that we find in the high end beauty shops like Sephora. Forget Sephoria! It is hard enough to purchase some of the products in our local department store. Figure out how much you can afford to spend on skin cure care each week or month and then shop with that budget in mind. The good news is that there are so many different (and quality!) products available that you should be able to find some great items in whatever price range you need to stick with.
Natural ingredients like Vitamin E, Grapeseed oil and avocado oil work beautifully to help keep your skin looking young and smooth. Antioxidants like Vitamin e and CQ10 are especially powerful because they also help fight against cancer. Shea butter is an excellent moisturizer and CQ10 in a special Nanobelle emulsion formula can penetrate 7 layers deep to fight free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules in the air that cause damage to your cells which accelerates the aging process.
Take Chlorine for example. According to the U.S. Council of Environmental Quality, “Cancer risk among people using chlorinated water is as much as 93% higher than among those whose water does not contain chlorine”. Chlorine a very dangerous toxic chemical. It is used in very small amounts to treat water against bacteria and even in such small amounts cells can become very toxic. Chlorine, once known as mustard gas, was used as a weapon and killed thousands of troops in the first world war.
19.Witch Hazel – A natural astringent made from the leaves of Hamameies Virginiana. This extract is gently antiseptic and acts as a non-drying astringent. Mildly tightens and tones. Found in some skin toners.
The oil then builds up within the pores, mixing with skin cells, causing the formation of bacteria. The skin becomes inflammed and soon after, acne break outs begin.
Imagine what the skin of your hands goes through. You do the dishes, put hands in hot water or freezing water, use harsh detergents, handle the laundry, do gardening, cook food, and much more. Moreover, hands are washed multiple times in a day, unlike face that needs cleaning only twice a day.
Skin whitening naturally can be done through eating healthy and drinking enough fluids. Not only will you have healthy whiter skin but you can also build up your resistance to infection and diseases.