Teenagers and Skincare
10 Skincare Tips Every Teen Should Know
A good skincare regime introduced in your teens early is a great idea. How to go about it and what products are good for you as a teenager?.
Create a skincare regime that is good for your skin.
If you don’t already have a teenage skincare routine, then your skin is missing out on the day-to-day care it needs. From moisturising to cleansing, keep reading to learn what is right for you and the best skincare for your teenage skin.
Promote Natural Oil Production
Dealing with teenage skin problems means dealing with skin that is still young, vibrant and developing. Choose products that work to improve the health and natural function of the skin, rather than stronger cosmetics that could strip the skin of its protective barrier. You hear horror stories about teenagers stripping back their skin barrier and having to repair the damage. For more critical teenage skin conditions like acne, consider reaching out to a dermatologist.
Products on the market
There are hundreds of different ingredients used throughout the skincare industry. Understanding what you’re putting on your skin is an essential step in putting together a quality skincare routine, especially when you have the choice.
Keep your skin clean without drying it out. eco beech gel cleanser has White Willow Bark, the willow bark extract is a natural source of salicin - which is a powerful acne-fighting ingredient.
White Willow Bark has anti-inflammatory properties, because of the tannins that are present, so is great for reducing redness. Besides salicin, Willow Bark Extract is also high in tannins, phenolic acids, flavonoids, and various minerals. All these help to soothe the skin and aid in cell regeneration, absorb excess oils and pomegranate balances congested, clogged pores.
Developing bodies needs a lot of energy. eat a healthy mix of food. Try not to eat too much fast food and listen to your parents when they tell you to eat your fruits and vegetables.
Research has shown that adolescents require roughly 10 hours of sleep every night. Unfortunately, the average amount teens get is around only 7 hours. The closer you get to 10 hours, the better you’ll feel, and the healthier your skin will appear. Sleep is the best thing for healthy skin, no matter how old you are.
Reduce That Oily Shine
Young skin is active skin, which means oil production is at an all-time high during our teenage years. Try a gentle toner to help normalise your PH balance first.
Use a Moisturiser
Hydrated skin is healthy skin. Keep your teenage skin problems in check with a hydrating moisturiser.
SPF protect your valuable skin.
SPF - we cannot stress enough the importance of protecting your skin with a sunscreen. The sun will damage your skin and not only is it dangerous to your health, you do not want to age quickly. So pop on sunscreen and a good hat.
So what are you waiting for? Get out and get active. Your body and your skin will thank you for it. And remember to drink plenty of water.
Remember all great skin comes from those who put in the effort to keep it in top condition.