A Little Tip to Know Type of Skin You Have

What skin type you have?

What skin type you have?

Some people don’t know how to treat their own skin. They read many kinds of tips and articles on skin care and start to try those. They never try to know whether these treatments are good for their skin or not.

Because of this reason, many people suffer from skin problems and don’t even know it due to their unfamiliarity. Let’s take a very simple test to find out what kind of skin we have.

Before you go to sleep at night, make sure you clean your face with proper skin cleaning solution. By the time you wake up in morning, take a tissue paper. Press the tissue paper on your face. Remember, don’t rub it.

Observe what is on the tissue paper.

  • If there is a little bit oil or nothing in the tissue then your skin is dry skin.
  • If the tissue absorbs a little more oil than previous one, then you have a normal skin.
  • If the tissue absorbs much more oil or you see some sort of oil stain, be sure that you have oily skin.
  • And the last one, if your skin is allergic to many skin care products, then you may have a very sensitive skin.

My suggestion is, don’t try something whatever you get in magazines or from different articles. Read everything and try to evaluate them if your skin likes.

Hopefully you like this little tip of today. I welcome you to share your thought with my readers. I have many other articles written previously, feel free to explore them at Natural Health Care Reviews.

 

 

How to avoid dry skin the natural way

Much has been said about getting hydrated to have a healthy looking skin. Form my readings, nothing has been said good about having anything dry. Everything must by well moisturized, from your hair, mouth, head, nails etc.

The largest organ of the body, being the skin must well be included in the big picture. If you keep yourself well hydrated from inside out, meaning drinking more than 6 glasses a day, you must be far from being dry and barren looking.

How it looks like dry skin on a man's hand.

How it looks like dry skin on a man’s hand.

But there are really times, that no matter how we do, we find ourselves, specially our faces, looking like the Sahara. There are a lot of simple tricks that, aside from moisturizers, will do the hydrating job well. Heard about misting?

This is as simple as spraying yourself with water using a fine mist. But, before doing so, make sure to apply a moisturizer with humectants. This ingredient makes sure that the mist you spray on your face will keep on hydrating inside of dying you up.

Mist fluids may include plain water, aloe juice and flower water. This flower water is the fluid that left over after a plant has been distilled to remove the essential oils.

Another way to keep yourself moisturized is to use aromatherapy as a hydrating facial compress. A daily use of warm compress using the aromatherapy essential oils of lavender, rose or neroli will surely do the trick.

In a basin of warm water, put some drops of the essential oils mentioned above. Dip a washcloth in the water with the mixture. Lean over the warm eater to absorb the steam over your face.

Cover your face with the warm washcloth. This will hydrate your face and will continue to stimulate the oil glands from your face.