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Face the Music of Daily Skin Care

Kimberlee Mule

Posted on April 13 2018

Face the Music of Daily Skin Care



This is a board and widely varied topic, that depends on your skin type, age, diet and overall health.

We are going to talk about general tips that can be applied to any skin type/age group.


 

Facial Skin:

  • Is extremely delicate and susceptible to constant exposure from all kinds of elements: air, pollution, sun and temperature,
    to name a few.
  • Apply the KISS Method to ANY product that touches your face
  • The tips we learned about showering totally apply here.
    Keep the water tepid, no harsh, chemical laden soaps, keep washing to a minimum
  • Even oily skin needs a little moisturizer too
 
What's next?
After you've KISS'ed "Buh-Bye" to all the chemicals, where does that leave you? 
The answer: A Fresh Start!

Think of your facial skin as you would tender newborn baby skin.
Only apply soaps and moisturizer that meet your KISS Method standards. 

I'd suggest cleansing with a Castile Soap (some companies even make a gentler version just for babies)

And just a little bit of all-natural facial moisturizer after each wash. 

The key to facial moisturizing is all in the amount of product used.
Too much and you feel greasy. Not enough and you feel dry.

Try this:
Put some moisturizer/salve in your palms and rub is all around the inside of your hands to thin it out. Then, starting from your neck and working up, gently rub in the product all over your neck and face. Spread it all around where you FEEL your skin absorbing it. Find an area (maybe your T-zone) that is doesn't want to absorb in as much? That's ok! Gently wipe it off.

Listen carefully.
It's your skin telling you where it needs it the most.

After doing this for a while, you'll naturally adjust to how much product you start out with, and where your skin needs it the most.

Face the Facts

  • The skin on your eye lids is the thinnest of your entire body
  • The skin on your face ts the FIRST thing people see 
  • When you use those yummy flavored lip exfoliators that you can eat after you scrub your lips, you're eating your dead skin
  • There are some research studies that say an average women eats up to 7 pounds of lip stick in her lifetime

Kim

 

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About: Kim is a momma, wife and small business owner. 
She lives with her family in Duchess County, NY, where she enjoys her rescue dog, bunnies and chickens. 
Her family loves camping, hiking, geocaching, and all things Cub and Boy Scouting. 
She is the owner/creator of Three Sisters Herbals, LLC., which she affectionately calls “her other baby”. 
TSH is the same age as her youngest human baby, and they are all growing up together.

 

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1 comment

  • angela: April 16, 2018

    Love the tips Kim! Taking care of our skin correctly is important.

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