Dermatologists Share 9 Personal Secrets to Make Your Skin Healthier Than Ever

When you visit a beauty specialist, you always want to know their personal beauty secrets: what they do for their skin, which skin mask is best, and how they make their own skin glowing and healthy.

Today Bright Side shares professional skin care secrets with you.

9. Careful cleaning

Careful skin cleaning without aggressive beauty products is one of the main secrets of dermatologists. Use products with ceramides (rich substances), which keep moisture inside your skin cells. During the fall, it is better to use skin milk and cleansing gels with toners that are free from spirits and acids.

8. How much cream do you need?

When applying enough sunscreen to their skin to protect it from aging, dermatologists use the "more is better" rule. Use the right proportion: half a teaspoon is enough to apply a substance to your skin in 2 layers.

7. Thermal water for dry skin

In order to keep their skin elastic, dermatologists use thermal water sprays. They contain calcium, copper, iron, and sodium. This water is also rich in minerals, including selenium, which protects your skin from ultraviolet rays.

6. Less is better

Take smaller jars. Over time, all product benefits become weaker and active substances are no longer "magic" as they are at the very beginning.

5. Correct posture

A bend of your head makes your blood flow better, and additional oxygen helps your skin to glow. If you do yoga on a regular basis, you're less stressed, and all your inflammatory processes reduce.

4. Appropriate bedclothes

Wrinkles can appear during sleep. Your skin is influenced by the sheets and pillowcases you sleep on. A silk pillowcase has no folds, so your skin slides smoothly on it.

3. Total care is more effective

Sunscreen and antioxidants are better used in the morning. Retinoids (vitamin A creams, which prevent wrinkles, skin laxity, and pigment spots) with peptides are for the night. This total care works best together.

2. Fall protection

During the fall, your cream should be thicker – don't use any gels! The cream should also contain vitamins C and E, ceramides, aloe, and hyaluronic acid. Amino acids and organic oils (apricot, olive, mango, shea butter) can carefully peel off the toughened skin layer that appears in summer.

1. Coconut care

Every dermatologist knows that coconut is a magic product for your skin. If you drink coconut milk on a regular basis, you'll see your skin glowing after a couple of weeks. There are also numerous mask recipes, which can be used by people with all types of skin.

Skin care is not difficult! You probably also know some other simple but effective recipes. Share them in the comments below!

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