Skin Care Law #1: Be Consistent

Photo of "Le Bain" washbasin shot by Linda Eileen S. George a.k.a. "Eilee" George for her own stock and temporarily and exclusively licensed to Nekadam Skin Care in Denver Colorado for the period of 14 February 2017 to 14 February 2018 and then full exclusive copyright reverts to Linda Eileen S. George unless Ms. George agrees to license it to Nekadam Skin Care further.

Consistency is the secret formula to healthy celebrity skin. It requires periodic facials and a daily skin regimen in your home. Combine this with exercise and a proper diet, and you will have the luscious, luminous skin that many yearn for.

Be aware that achieving these results means committing to a lifestyle change, and you get out of it what you put into it. Don’t allow this fact to dishearten you, but rather let it equip you with the determination necessary to bring your skin’s beauty and health to a higher echelon. The following tips will guide you toward your goal of fresh, glowing skin within just a few weeks of adopting a devoted skin care regimen.

How to Simulate the Glowing Skin of Celebrities

Did you ever wonder how starlets, supermodels and mega-celebrities prepare for the red carpet? Several major skin care professionals have shared their methods with the rest of us. And it’s not all about cosmetics. Your lifestyle makes a mighty impact on the condition of your skin, which tells your story.

Photo of sun-backlit crabapple blossoms shot by Linda Eileen S. George a.k.a. "Eilee" George for her own stock and temporarily and exclusively licensed to Nekadam Skin Care in Denver Colorado for the period of 14 February 2017 to 14 February 2018 and then full exclusive copyright reverts to Linda Eileen S. George unless Ms. George agrees to license it to Nekadam Skin Care further.Believe it or not, you can get that A-list glow right in your own home. There are several phases of the process, beginning with a foaming wash for cleansing the skin – ridding it of cosmetics, contaminants, and varied residue from your hectic schedule. But that’s just the beginning; continue reading to learn how a weekly skin ritual can renew it in a couple of weeks.

Gently Exfoliate

After your initial cleanse, exfoliation is paramount. Exfoliation this early in the game has a lot of benefits that enhance the rest of your regimen. Women have done this since ancient Egypt for good reason. It sloughs off dead skin, smoothes and tones it up, clears pores, and improves cell regeneration as well as absorption of products yet to be applied. The formula should definitely be a gentle one.

For example, seek scrubs containing fruit or lactic acids (they are less irritating than chemically-derived ones). You can also make a DIY formula. Use a 2:2:1 ratio of yogurt, cornmeal, and grapefruit juice, respectively; then chill before use. The juice helps with anti-aging while it deep-cleans your pores, and the other two exfoliate on both chemical and physical degrees. Massage this recipe into your skin; let it sit for two minutes, then rinse off with cool water.

Personalize Your Mask for Your Skin Type

Photo of hibiscus in the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster, CO, shot by Linda Eileen S. George a.k.a. "Eilee" George for her own stock and temporarily and exclusively licensed to Nekadam Skin Care in Denver Colorado for the period of 14 February 2017 to 14 February 2018 and then full exclusive copyright reverts to Linda Eileen S. George unless Ms. George agrees to license it to Nekadam Skin Care further.Following exfoliation, assess your skin in real time and choose accordingly. If your skin feels dry, choose a mask with stem cells to plump and hydrate. Premenstrual acne? Get a soothing antibacterial one. Combination skin calls for more creativity: mix and match on each zone according to its needs. Lara recommends products by Rhonda Allison – like apple wine, lotus, and hibiscus – and other products in her studio – she won’t recommend any that she wouldn’t use herself. Apply your mask liberally, and then sit back for about ten minutes and let it work its magic.

Indulge Your Skin in Nutrients via Serums and Moisturizers

Follow your mask phase with your daily serums, eye cream, moisturizer – whatever hydrating products you’ve already found works for you. This enriches and renews the life in your skin with more vitamins and minerals.

Green is Good

Photo of salad with strawberries shot by Linda Eileen S. George a.k.a. "Eilee" George for her own stock and temporarily and exclusively licensed to Nekadam Skin Care in Denver Colorado for the period of 14 February 2017 to 14 February 2018 and then full exclusive copyright reverts to Linda Eileen S. George unless Ms. George agrees to license it to Nekadam Skin Care further.Most important to your skin is what you eat. By now you know that sugary or greasy fried foods are no friend to skin. Consume a healthy balance of nutrients and drink plenty of water. In particular, green and brightly-colored vegetables, in whatever form you take them in, are full of “great skin” vitamins: E, K, A, C and more. Then get outside for some exercise in the sun to absorb some natural vitamin D (with a proper moisturizing sunblock, of course). These nutrients are what help to give you that healthy glow – from the inside. Eat more salads or get some of those special veggie smoothies, but whatever you do, don’t forget to eat your vegetables!




Contact Nekadam Skin Care using the button above, in order to reserve a time to have your skin rejuvenated and pampered in the way of the stars.

Kindest regards,

Lara

 

 

Content on this site licensed to Nekadam Skin Care by website, copy, and image provider: © 2017-present SmARTful Solutions By George, LLC / L.E.S. George, All Rights Reserved.