Oily Skin-How to Help Keep It Oil-Free and Clean

Oily skin can draw unwanted attention to your face and areas like your forehead. For those who are self-conscious of their forehead.. You need a quick way to help reduce the look of your oily skin so that it will not attract so much attention.

Washing your face may offer temporary relief but there is such thing as over-washing your skin. The more often you apply products like soap or cleansers- the more likely you will create another skin issue. Cleansers and even soap are intended to strip the skin of debris, oils and other agents that can promote infection. Did you know that over washing the skin with these products can promote dry skin?

Oil is already a result of dry skin. Oil comes from the sebaceous gland when the skin is dry and it’s the body’s natural way of lubricating the skin and hair so it has a protective barrier. That is why finding an oil-control product that does not strip or dry the skin out to much is recommended. Also, using products like a moisturizer at night are beneficial so it helps keep the skin from drying out and your skin will appear more radiant.

You will notice that a lot of cleansers contain ingredients like Salicylic acid or Benzyl Peroxide. These ingredients are often used to address acne, which can result from seborrhea. These ingredients are promoted to dry the skin and can make you photosensitive. That is why a moisturizer is needed when using these products. Try to find products that do not contain these ingredients if you do not suffer from an acne issue.

Applying a warm or even a cold hand towel a few times throughout the day is one option to reduce the look of your oily skin without stripping it with a cleanser or soap. Be sure you wash these hand towels after every use so that you do not wash your face with a contaminated towel and spread bacteria.

Another option instead of soap or acne-treatments is using a toner. A toner like witch hazel offers astringent, antiseptic and toner related properties. Toners are intended to bring the skin back to its natural Ph and it can help tighten the skin. Toners are extremely beneficial on the T-ZONE (nose, between the eyebrows, and chin).

How to Fade an Old Tattoo?

After a while the decisions you made years or even months ago might not seem so great. Sometimes we make rash decisions , its natural if your reading this your human enough to make mistakes. A tattoo doesn’t have to be a lifelong, permanent regret.  If you are feeling regret about a tattoo you got, you’re probably trying to figure out how to remove it.

Let’s get your expectations straight it’s very unlikely to remove a tattoo fully in one sitting. You can’t remove a tattoo in one go because the ink has permeated the skin on many deep levels. Let’s be realistic getting rid of all that ink at once is a hard endeavor, and the only way to really reduce the appearance of the ink in your skin safely is for it to fade, using treatments that are gradual and aren’t as damaging to your epidermis. Even with harsh applications of laser treatments you will only be able to gradually fade the tattoo.

Besides the invasive dermabrasion or salabrasion , which is when you use moist gauze pads saturated with a salt solution to abrade the tattooed area, you can use laser surgery. Doing laser treatments would mean that you would have to go back for many treatments. Laser removal is a method is preferred by many people and is probably the most common tattoo removal method. Unfortunately it is one of the most expensive and time consuming methods.   Instead of a laser removal you might want to look for a cream that can be used to fade tattoos.

This too can be very dangerous as many tattoo removal creams don’t list the information on the ingredients. Without having adequate information you wouldn’t be able to judge the possible risks associated with certain ingredients you can check reviews of products at http://tattoo-removal-support.com Namely products that include things like Acids, TCA like http://tattoo-removal-support.com/ink-busters , or Hydroquinone, all of which have negative health risks. Specifically hydroquinone has been banned in Europe because it has negative health risks. Acids and TCA products usually claim to be one time only products and can cause scarring to your skin if you don’t apply them correctly.

The creams that might be safer are the ones with labels that will naturally help to fade and reduce the appearance of your tattoo because they aren’t as invasive and aren’t known to cause scars on the skin.

Scar Care Products 2016

When we were young it seems inevitable that we would fall down and get a cut. As we age it’s not always a easy for our bodies to heal those wounds.   Depending on the severity of the wound it can be hard for our body to recover. The first process that occurs when you get hurt are platelets go to the scrape and block the blood flow, clotting occurs and it becomes a scab. Next fibrous skin cells form into a scar. Age, nutrition, stress and many other factors play a role in how well your scars heal. Sometimes your scars don’t heal well naturally so your body needs help to fade , and manage your skins healing process. Using specific scar care products can help.

You can get many different types of over the counter products that can help you to fade the appearance of scars, improving the feeling and texture of your skin. There are also prescription products you can use. Scar products can be used to treat all sorts of scars that are caused by many different types of wounds and injuries. There are prescriptions that plastic surgeons can prescribe, or over the counter products that you can buy. Products can include antihistamine creams that will help with itchy scars, steroids, silicone gels, and silicone gel sheets.

Most products work to reduce the appearance of scars, and can be marketed to reduce inching and irritation as the scar heals. They can soften and fade keloid scars and hypertrophic scars. These two scars are similar as they are both raised, though keloid scars are usually raised more.

Silicone gel sheets are applied to the scared area, and are marketed to smooth the scared skin, gels and serums are also applied topically to the scar and claim to do the same thing. When looking to buy a product for your scars check to see if it claims to be effective for old and new scars, that way you can gain optimal results.