Natural Skin Care Tips: Are You Washing Your Face Correctly?


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When it comes to skincare goals, it appears that “glowing” is at the top of everyone’s wish list. We scoured the literature, met with experts and turned to time-tested practices in pursuit of the best-of-the-best advice for a healthy, attractive complexion: This list only includes items that work with money. Natural Skin Care Tips.

Natural Skin Care Tips: Are You Washing Your Face Correctly?


You forget to wash your hands before getting started.

Consider how much bacteria, grime, oil, and who knows what else has accumulated on your hands over the course of the day.

Is it really something you want on your face? Clearly not. Hands should always be cleaned with Pure Fiji’s natural, creamy artisan soaps produced from pure coconut milk.

Your beautiful face will thank you. Inability to remove makeup before washing

If you’re wearing eye makeup or a heavy foundation, you may need to cleanse twice. Always start by removing your eye makeup gently.

First, use Pure Fiji’s Vitamin C Foaming Oil Cleanser to cleanse your skin. This Vitamin C Foaming Oil cleanser, which contains Kakadu plum and papaya, eliminates all traces of make-up and impurities.

After that, cleanse your face with Pure Fiji’s Coconut Cleanser with Papaya and Moringa. A luxurious cleanser made with creamy coconut and purifying moringa oil that gently removes makeup, excess oil, and pore-clogging impurities while moisturizing the skin.

This one-of-a-kind cleanser includes papaya extracts to brighten skin tone and moringa and dilo extracts to purify and restore skin’s natural balance.

You’re scrubbing with the wrong cleanser.

There are many different types of cleanser to choose from. It’s a good idea to start with a plant-based, gentle cleanser for all skin types, like Pure Fiji’s Coconut Cleanser with Papaya and Moringa. For a month, use a cleanser with more active ingredients, such Pure Fiji’s Vitamin C Foaming Oil Cleanser.

It’s also an exfoliant, making it a great multi-tasking treatment. Carica Papaya Fruit Extract exfoliates the skin by removing worn out skin cells and impurities, brightens the complexion, and increases radiance.

Capillaries can break as a result of too hot water, resulting in red marks on your sensitive skin, particularly around the nose and cheeks.

Hot water on the face also dries out the skin and, in certain cases, causes an excess of sebum, which is an oily substance.

To summarize, rinse completely with warm water and clean face cloth. When you use too much cleanser on your face, it dries it out and causes pimples.

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You use your exfoliant way too much.

While your exfoliant is a part of your cleansing routine, its active components are primarily intended for use as a therapy.

Grainy exfoliators can be harsh, especially if used too often, causing skin irritation, which is something you don’t want.

When you dry your face, you’re rubbing.

Rubbing your face is never a good idea, especially if you’re using natural products like Pure Fiji. Always use a clean face towel to pat your face.

Rubbing can irritate the skin, creating redness, irritation, and even wrinkles, as well as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (also known as dark spots on the skin).

After cleansing your face, you’re not using the proper products.

Some folks are unsure what to do after washing their faces. Is it better to apply the serum before or after the moisturizer? Is it still necessary to use toner? What about oils and serums?

Apply moisturizer or any special treatment products soon after cleansing to seal in any moisture left in the skin.

Don’t put it off; let your skin thoroughly dry.

When you apply these products while your skin is still moist, you get more absorption and the active compounds in your natural skincare products

have a better chance of working.

As you can see, cleansing your face entails a lot more than just washing your face. It’s critical to stick to your cleansing program if you want clear,

impurity-free, and healthy skin. When cleaning your face, especially at the end of the day, take your time.

Massage your face, inhale the lovely scents, and enjoy the lukewarm water cascading over your face.

This will also help you relax in the evening and increase circulation for healthy, bright skin.

Every day, use mineral-based sunscreen.

A clean, mineral-based SPF should be used every day, all year. According to Heidi Waldorf, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist, “ultraviolet radiation is unequivocally carcinogenic.” “Consider vanity if you don’t care: UV radiation are the leading cause of skin aging, texture, and color changes.

To protect your skin, Waldorf recommends using a mineral-based sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher

(look for active ingredients like zinc oxide or titanium dioxide) as the final step in your morning skincare routine.

Mineral sunscreen should be applied last before putting makeup since it acts as a physical barrier; any skincare actives added subsequently will not penetrate.

Furthermore, effective sun protection extends far beyond the SPF. Wear hats and other protective gear,

and limit the amount of time you spend in the sun (read: don’t sunbathe for sport).


Take a collagen supplement if you haven’t already.

The most abundant protein in your body—and your skin—is collagen. Unfortunately, as we age, our natural reserves of this essential protein diminish.

Collagen supplements contain amino acids that have been shown to boost the health of our hair, skin, and nails.

By consuming hydrolyzed collagen peptides, our cells’ fibroblasts (the cells that produce collagen and elastin in the first place)

are activated, resulting in a healthy, radiant, and firm complexion.

This is backed up by research, which shows that collagen peptides can improve skin suppleness, hydration, and dermal collagen density.

Our personal recommendations can be found on our list of the best collagen supplements.

Exfoliate your skin to remove worn out skin cells.

“I don’t recommend a rough scrape or cloth,” adds Nancy Samolitis, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist who promotes exfoliating as one of her top skin-care procedures.

“Light exfoliation using a non-irritating acid cleanser or toner removes dead skin cells on the surface, resulting in glowing skin.”

What exactly do you mean? Removing the outer layer of dead skin cells will help your skincare products absorb more quickly and brighten your complexion.

Take good care of your gastrointestinal system.

According to studies, underlying gut health issues can manifest themselves on the skin in a variety of ways, including pimples and flushes.

This relationship is referred to as the gut-skin axis. Overall gut health is diverse and complex,

therefore learning how to care for and nourish one’s own unique gut flora is essential (for a variety of reasons).

For the sake of this article, here’s a general rule of thumb:

Sugar, processed meals, and other items that are bad for your stomach can lead to microbial imbalances in the gut,

as well as oxidative stress and inflammatory processes throughout the body.

If left unchecked, these imbalances can eventually manifest as skin disorders. Also, here’s why gut healing is so vital for clear skin.

Incorporate a wide range of healthy fats into your diet.

“Healthy fats like those found in almonds, flaxseed, and avocados can help your body rebuild healthy and resilient cell membranes,”

Samolitis explains “By maintaining the skin barrier, it can protect against environmental harm.

“Not eating enough healthy fats can cause the skin and hair to be dry,” Waldorf says, adding that “raising these fats in the diet

may aid in specific skin diseases characterized by severe dryness.”

Salmon, chia seeds, olive oil, and whole eggs are some other healthy-fat foods to know for beautiful skin.

Maintain a healthy skin microbiome.

A healthy, balanced skin microbiome is just as important as a healthy, balanced gut microbiome for keeping healthy, balanced skin.

These minuscule microorganisms keep skin hydrated and supple, fight free radicals, protect against external aggressors,

and even provide protection from damaging UV rays.

Avoid strong soaps and scrubs, which can strip away the vital oils and microorganisms that make up the skin microbiome, to keep yours in balance.

Use skincare products that are designed to support a healthy skin microbiome, such as those that contain pre-, pro-, and postbiotics

(here’s our list of the best products to support a healthy skin microbiome).

 Immediately after bathing, apply skincare products.

Moisture is perhaps one of the most important aspects of healthy skin. Aside from a good skincare routine,

the order in which you apply your products might have an impact on moisture retention.

Top advice from Waldorf: Start your skin-care routine as soon as you get out of the shower.

“After washing your face and body, apply a moisturizer to replenish and seal in moisture,” she explains.

“It’s much preferable to keep excellent skin than it is to try to make up for the lost time when skin is dry, irritated, and painful.”

 Follow a face massage regimen.

Not only does face massage feel good, but it also helps to relieve tension and promote circulation, which helps to maintain skin cells healthy and aids lymphatic drainage.

Use a jade roller or commit to a daily face gua sha program.

It simply takes a few minutes a day, and the glow you’ll get from the facial massage (thanks to the enhanced circulation) will be well worth it.

 Consume meals that are high in antioxidants.

“The more vibrant, the better,” explains Samolitis. “Dark, leafy greens and berries are my favorites.”

Fruits and vegetables are, without a doubt, the most abundant sources of antioxidants.

Blueberries, kale, spinach, and—bonus—dark chocolate are among antioxidant-rich foods to add to your diet.


 Maintain an active lifestyle.

Exercise improves blood flow throughout the body, allowing important oxygen, nutrients, and minerals to reach the skin. Bottom line:

Exercising results in brighter, more youthful-looking skin.

 Make use of vitamin C.

Simply said, vitamin C is one of the greatest topical ingredients for glowing skin. It works on all skin types to balance out and brighten tone.

The evidence that supports these claims is solid and extensive:

Vitamin C can help to regulate pigmentation, protect against environmental aggressors, lighten skin tone, and boost collagen and elastin formation.

 Avoid picking at your skin.

As a general guideline, once you’ve applied your makeup, keep your (most likely unclean) hands away from your face.

Picking at the skin—pimples, infections, or plain itching areas—worsens the disease and can lead to infection and scarring, according to Waldorf.

Make sure you drink plenty of water.

It’s not a fiction that adequate hydration is essential for good skin health. Keeping your skin hydrated keeps it moisturized, healthy, and, yes, radiant.

That’s not to mention the numerous other benefits of adequate water consumption.

While eight (8-ounce) glasses of water per day is the general suggestion, water intake isn’t one-size-fits-all, so pay attention to your body’s needs.

Instead of retinol, use a retinoid or retinol replacement.

“This component is at the top of my list to support healthy, bright skin,” Samolitis says, “whether it’s over-the-counter retinol or prescription-strength retinoids that work best for your skin.”

“It can even protect against precancerous skin lesions by mending DNA damage caused by the sun and other environmental factors.

Second, it encourages quick skin cell turnover, which helps to keep the top layer of skin from becoming congested and lifeless.”

If retinol isn’t for you, consider bakuchiol, a natural topical alternative that produces similar results.

Facials should be done on a regular basis.

We recognize that this is not always feasible. According to Samolitis, regular facials are one of the most effective ways to maintain a healthy, beautiful face.

Aim for one facial each month, which coincides to your skin’s natural rejuvenation cycle.

Avoid eating foods that may upset you.

Packaged, processed, and high-sugar foods, as well as dairy, are all examples. “Excess sugar, dairy, and processed foods can cause inflammatory processes in the skin, which can lead to breakouts,” Samolitis notes.

If you can only cut out one of these no-nos, make it processed sugar, since a new study has linked high-sugar diets to acne and other inflammatory issues from head to toe.

Please don’t smoke.

Although it seems self-evident, it is worth repeating for several reasons: Smoking has harmful effects on your body, especially your skin, from head to toe.

“Smoking reduces oxygen flow to the skin, increases the formation of damaging free radicals, and increases the incidence of many skin cancers,” Waldorf adds.

A face mask is a great way to pamper oneself.

Face masks should not be considered an indulgence; they should be used on a daily basis, in our opinion.

To increase your shine, choose hydrating face mask ingredients like hyaluronic acid, sodium hyaluronate, and vitamin E. Strengthen your skin’s barrier.

Is your skin dry, itchy, and flaky? The barrier between your skin and the outside world is most certainly broken.

Use ceramide-based moisturizers and cleansers to strengthen it. Ceramides are a crucial part of the skin’s barrier (that can be stripped away by things like over-cleansing).

Have a restful night’s sleep.

Insufficient or interrupted sleep can have a bad influence on your skin, which is another compelling reason to prioritize sleep.

In research, poor sleep quality has been associated to increased aging symptoms (fine lines and wrinkles) as well as a decreased skin barrier function.

Sleeping for eight hours is the standard recommendation, but like with drinking water, you should always listen to your body.

Keep your makeup, as well as the tools you need to apply it, clean.

Bacteria, worn-out skin cells, oil, and grime thrive in makeup brushes, bags, and sponges, all of which can ruin your quest for beautiful skin.

As a result, make sure everything is in order. Keep the temperature at a comfortable level.

One of the most common face-washing errors is using the wrong water temperature.

Excessively hot water on your face (and hair) will strip your skin barrier of its natural oils, causing it to dry up and become damaged.

Too cold water will not do the job and will likely leave particles and makeup on your skin. As a result, when it comes to cleaning, use cool water.

Make an effort to remain as stress-free as possible.

We understand that it’s easier said than done, but chronic stress can injure your skin and lead to a number of illnesses, including autoimmune diseases.

All the more reason to make a commitment to a good self-care routine, whatever that may entail for you

(although may we suggest a few aforementioned tips such as making time for face masks, facials, exercise, and beauty sleep).

Take care of your skin by moisturizing it.

Is there anything else you’d like us to say? One of the simplest methods to get a healthy glow is to keep your skin hydrated.

Use a daily moisturizer and look for ingredients that have been proven to moisturise, even if your skin is typically oily (peptides, electrolytes, and ceramides).

Teabags that have been chilled for swollen eyes

Teabags that have been chilled can help swollen eyes.
Drinking green tea every day and tossing out the used tea bags? You might want to keep it in mind for the future.

Chilled black or green tea bags do wonders for your skin in addition to eliminating toxins from your body.

This natural face beauty technique can minimize puffiness around the eyes and make them appear brighter and more awake in an instant.

Place the tea bags on your eyelids and relax for 5 to 15 minutes while they do their thing.

For the tan, use gram flour.

Face tan using gram flour
To remove dead skin cells, tan, and sunburns, gram flour or besan is used as a natural, moderate exfoliant.

This is the natural face beauty tip you need to know if you desire clear, smooth, and naturally glowing skin.

In a mixing basin, combine equal parts gram flour and curd to make a paste.

Apply the paste evenly to your face and neck, then wait half an hour before rinsing it off with water.

It will gently remove dead skin cells and deep-seated debris, lightening and leveling your skin tone.

Tomatoes to reduce oil production

Tomatoes might help you get rid of excess oil on your face.
Excessive oil on the face isn’t just a problem for people with oily skin; in a country like India, where the weather is humid in most places, it’s rather prevalent.

Tomatoes, which are high in lycopene, contain anti-oxidants as well as cooling and astringent effects.

It helps to regulate the skin’s natural oils and removes any excess oil that you may be experiencing.

This natural face beauty tip also helps to decrease the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, which are common symptoms of aging.

Scoop the pulp from one tomato and apply it to your face evenly. Allow 15 minutes for it to dry before washing it off with warm water to reveal naturally radiant skin.

For acne, cucumber, and lemon

Skin blemishes can be treated with cucumber and lemon.
Blackheads and blemishes are common problems that make your skin look dull and weary.

Use cucumber and lemon juice mixture to get rid of blemishes and blackheads naturally, as well as a brighter and more even skin tone.

Apply a mixture of cucumber and lemon juice on your face before taking a bath.

Allow it to sit for ten minutes before rinsing it off.

This natural face beauty tip will brighten your skin tone and lighten blemishes if used on a regular basis.

The best aspect is that it is appropriate for all skin types!

Apple is good for clogged pores.

Pores that are enlarged appear aged, oily, and attract a lot of debris, producing skin problems.

Place thin apple slices on the skin and leave for 15 minutes for an easy and efficient natural face beauty tip.

Alternatively, you can make an apple peel paste with vinegar, honey, Multani mitti, and rose water.

Allow 30 minutes for it to dry on your skin before washing it off. Apple absorbs excess oil from your skin and tightens pores,

tightening your skin and giving it a healthy, radiant appearance.

Papaya for removing dead skin

To get rid of dead skin, eat papaya.
Papaya exfoliates the skin naturally using a natural enzyme called papain, leaving it smooth and supple.

Because unripe papaya has more papain, you can use it to gently exfoliate and remove dead skin cells and other impurities if you acquire one.

Papaya can also be used by those with sensitive skin because it is less likely to cause an allergic reaction.

To make a smooth mixture, scoop out 14 cups of papaya flesh and combine it with 1 tablespoon fresh pineapple.

Before rinsing off, apply evenly and leave on for 5 to 15 minutes.

Yoga asanas for glowing skin

Yoga is a fantastic, natural technique to achieve clear, glowing skin. Yoga breathing exercises help to relax your muscles, quiet your mind, and relieve tension.

This goes a long way toward preventing outbreaks.

The various yoga asanas also help to promote blood and oxygen circulation to your face, which helps to give your complexion a wonderful shine.

Aloe vera to soothe itchy skin

Aloe vera can help soothe inflamed skin.
Aloe vera plants along the path to a healthy, radiant complexion.

Fresh aloe vera gel is brimming with soothing, calming, and healing properties that address practically every skin and hair condition.

Aloe vera gel is a natural face beauty tip that you cannot overlook, from soothing sore skin to offering sustenance.

Applying aloe vera gel twice a day to a minor cut, acne, eczema, or any other skin ailment will speed up the healing process.

Green tea can be used as a toner.

Green tea can be used as a toner.
If you use a CTM routine (Cleansing-Toning-Moisturising) on a daily basis, you already know how important toner is.

When administered topically, both white and green tea have brightening, anti-inflammatory, and moisturizing qualities.

How can it not be a natural face beauty tip with so many benefits in one product?

This is what you must do. Allow the tea to cool or reach room temperature after steeping it in water for about 5 minutes.

After thoroughly cleaning your skin, transfer to a spray bottle and spritz as needed, or place a little amount onto a cotton pad and pat on your face.

Tea tree oil can be used to treat acne.

Tea tree oil eliminates acne-causing germs and bacteria and treats mild to moderate acne thanks to its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial qualities.

While this is a fantastic natural face beauty tip, keep in mind that you should always dilute tea tree essential oil before using it, as it can burn and irritate the skin.

Apply directly on the skin after mixing 1-2 drops in your serum or moisturizer. For best benefits, combine it with a carrier oil and apply it at night before sleeping.

Meditate to improve your overall health.

Meditate to improve your overall health.
When your mind and body are constantly agitated, neither beauty products nor natural components can assist.

Anxiety and stress can actually aggravate some skin conditions. Meditation and moderate exercise, in addition to getting a good night’s sleep,

can help manage and relieve stress.

Don’t forget to soothe your mind with some meditation when you’re following a decent skincare routine and these natural face beauty recommendations.

Chamomile tea can be used to revitalize fatigued skin.

To revitalize tired skin, drink chamomile tea.
If, despite following a healthy skincare routine, your skin appears dull and weary, it’s time to turn to chamomile tea for its amazing skin advantages.

Puffiness, dark circles, acne, and irritated skin are all reduced by the anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and regenerative effects of this tea.

It aids in the rejuvenation of tired-looking skin and the creation of a radiant glow.

Brew some chamomile tea, let it cool fully, then pour it onto an ice tray to use in your beauty routine.

Freeze it for a few hours and use it as an ice cube on your face whenever you feel your skin needs a boost.


There you have it, Natural Skin Care Tips: Are You Washing Your Face Correctly?

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She did “everything right” and never lost an inch.

Until she stumbled on this strange “carb-pairing” trick and burned away an unheard of 22lbs pounds in just 13 days.

And because of this one simple shift in her eating, she shed pounds and inches from her body without starving herself and without a lick of exercise!

With the same “carb-pairing” trick Carly dropped a total of 37lbs in the FIRST month and she shocked her doctor by completely reversing ALL pre-diabetes symptoms!

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