Teenage is the time of human life when changes happen; youth first gets reflected in behavior and appearance. But it is also the time of adolescence; it is also the time of hormones. Changing hormones turn glowing soft baby skin into rough and damaged skin. Pimples and acne are common skin problems that almost every teen faces sooner or later. Taking care of the skin is very important at this stage because it lays the foundation for the adult skin. Here are ten tips to take care of teenage skin. You will definitely get a better result if you follow all of them.
- The primary care of the skin can be taken by washing it daily. Acne, pimples all skin problems primarily come from the unwashed face where the dirt has blocked the cells. It can go up to the extent where unwashed skin can face taste. Therefore washing the skin is very important. If you are washing your face, try to cleanse it at least twice a day. Use a fresh cloth to dry the water.
- Use Moisturiser daily. Cleansing the face may remove all the dirt particles from the skin, but it gets dry from time to time. Some skins are originally dry type. Using daily moisturize gives the proper skin nourishment, which makes the skin texture a whole lot smoother. Even the skins which are oily type get proper nourishment from the Moisturiser.
- You have to wash off your makeup before you go to bed. It is understandable that teens may not have the time to wash makeup every time, but it’s not something that can be postponed. Going to bed with makeup on can let the basic makeup elements, which are rather harmful to the skin, stick to the skin if they are not washed for a long time. Apart from that, the skin cells are renewed at night, and chemical elements in the makeup stop the process, which leads to severe damage.
- Don’t go in the sun without putting a sunscreen first. There is an ultraviolet ray in the sunlight, which damages the cells of the skin. Sunscreen Protects the skin from sunburn.
Some may use sunscreen only in the summer. But according to the professionals, You should use sunscreen at any time of the year, whenever it is extremely sunny.
- Most of the germs get to the face skin through our own hands. From time to time, we feel an urge to touch our face but this only transfer the dirt and bacteria on the skin. Besides that touching the screen, again and again, is also considered a bad habit. Show you might want to stop touching your face if you want to get clear skin.
- Try to cover up the skin when you are going to some specific places like roads, woods, or somewhere near the factories. Due to increasing pollution, chemicals often get stuck in the skin. A light or thin piece of the scarf can help to prevent this.
- Try to exfoliate once or twice a week. Exfoliating removes the dead skin cells and prevents blackheads. It makes the screen brighter.
- In this era of advertising and brand merchandise, you may come across thousands of skincare products daily. But before using any of them, you should first learn it thoroughly, try to read the ingredients and be sure about using them. Many skin care products, although they may seem effective in a short time, actually contain dangerous chemical elements. So check before using.
Dermatologists have suggested that using homemade skincare products is always better than playing the chemicals. There are many well-known face packs and moisturizers which can be easily made at home using natural elements. Some homely supplements are very good for the skin, such as ilk, coconut oil, Aloe vera, and turmeric.
- It is well known that Gen Y often doesn’t sleep properly at night. In this era of social media and Netflix, sleep time has been reduced to a minimum. But sleeping is quite necessary for good health. Problems like dark circles, and acne, often are often formed by sleep deprivation. A teen at least needs 6 hours of sleep a day. Try to maintain a sleep routine.
- Try to maintain a healthy diet. Eat as little oil as possible. Eating carbs and vitamins, which are generally produced by vegetables, is good for the skin.