What is a perfect skincare routine?

What is a perfect skincare routine?

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The Perfect Skin Care Routine

There is no such thing as the perfect skincare routine. Though some may argue. The reality of having clear skin though does fully depend on how we take care of ourselves. With pollution in the daily city life or the harsh rays of the blazing sunlight, our skin indeed does indeed take a toll. Even if the term perfect skin is technically impossible, having clean and clear skin is achievable. Here are a few things that can be done if you’re looking into bettering your skin conditions. 

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Be Consistent 

First things first, Cleansing. While most people know that in order to have smooth facial skin, one must wash their face. Yeah, it can be summed up to just that, the go-to type of mood or do things fast and presto. But no. Simply washing your face won’t cut it. If one is using make-up, the first thing we must do is remove the makeup. After that has been done, now you can wash your face. Same goes for users that do not wear make-up. Wipe off the grime and then wash your face with soapy water. 

The Eyes 

They say the eyes are the window to our soul. It is also one of the most expressive body parts that we have. Yet many of us neglect them. In order to have the ‘perfect’ skin, we need to look out for our eyes as well. Our eye area is especially vulnerable to everyday life. We spend countless hours on our phones, computers, to put it plainly, in front of screens. This gives us tired eyes, and this beats up the eye area. Not to mention sad looking skin. To keep our eyes and around them healthy and clean, is to do wash and pamper them, approximately three times a week, as adviced by make-up artists and optometrists alike. 

To make cleaning into this area, the technique is to wash your hands thoroughly. Once you’ve washed your hands, sink in a washcloth inside a basin with warm water, squeeze out the water, and with a small amount of baby shampoo dabbed onto the cloth, rub your eye area with your index finger. Making a side to side motion under your eye and over the top eyelid. Rinse and repeat for the other eye. Gently dab your skin with another cloth to get rid of excess water from your eyes and let dry naturally. 

Serum 

Social media is going crazy over this thing! There are videos everywhere the make-up artists apply serums right on their faces in hopes for the perfect skin. 

Serums are highly concentrated in nutrients for the skin. Applying them is easy. To get the maximum benefits from the serums, first, you have to wash your face. After this has been done simply dabbing drops straight to the skin and with slow circular motions around your face will do. It seems like its a magic potion or something like it. The reason these serums work is because they get absorbed directly into the skin, instead of just sitting in your face. 

Night cream 

As with everything, ‘perfect’ skin requires a ‘perfect’ routine. Sleep is important, it is an important part of every living thing. So when we rest our bodies are more fit and focused, and obviously happy. Sleep is wonderful! When we rest our bodies, and cells go into hyperdrive, cleaning out toxins our bodies don’t need, it’s science. So night creams? Are they really all the rage with helping our skin look healthier? 

Applying night creams to the skin is very important if we want to have glowing and hydrated skin in the mornings. Night creams work by hydrating the skin and nourishing it with helpful nutrients all while you sleep. To apply the cream, it goes the same as the serum, wipe away make-up, wash your face, apply, and go to sleep. In the morning your skin will look wonderful! 

Skincare routine 

There really is no excuse for one to ignore our skin. People who go about and deny their skin the right to love, go out about and seem dull. Their faces look slightly older than those who don’t watch out for themselves. No one wants to look older than they are. When you look good, you feel good, right? Establishing a natural skin care routine can not only help your facial complexion, but it can set you right on establishing other healthy routines. 
Which in turn leads me to: 

Exercise

Exercise comes with dozens of benefits. Your heart takes benefit from it, your lungs do too, and also the way you see things. Mentally and physically exercise gets you going. There have been studies made, that prove that exercising also slows down the aging process. While that in whole is amazing, the benefits of daily activity don’t end there. Everyone knows that when physically active, the heart starts pumping, and when the heart starts pumping, it promotes better circulation, and circulation leads to healthy clear skin. 

Sunscreen 

Ah, a day at the beach! No not just at the beach! 

Sunscreen plays a vital role in our everyday life. It protects our skin from harmful UV rays, preventing skin damages and diseases. If we want to protect our skin we have to apply sunscreen every time we will spend time outside. Even when it’s cloudy out, experts say that even those harmful rays seep through the thickness of the clouds. Now aside from all those health benefits, this lotion helps the skin prevent dark spots, saggy skin, leathery skin, and even wrinkles. Applying it to your daily routine will also help you keep a well-toned body! Applying is very easy. Simply drop some of the lotions and smear on your skin until it has been absorbed. 

Eat healthily 

There’s this saying that goes, you are what you eat. Things could not apply more to reality. Yes eating healthily adds up to the perfect skin routine. How so? The ‘perfect’ skin starts with good nourishment. Cells are constantly being replaced, again science, by new cells. Eating the correct foods can prove beneficial to beautiful clear skin. When eating a correct and balanced diet, our skin will begin to glow. By eating antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables, healthy fats, such as nuts and others, our skin becomes radiant. When adding a balanced diet to our daily lives, our skin starts to glow. 

Incorporating this routine into our daily lives will obviously make us healthier. And better health leads to better skin. Watching ourselves, and sometimes even pampering ourselves, makes us better in all senses. So now, will you make the changes for yourself?

Tips On Achieving Optimum Skin Health

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Skin health is often overlooked by many, as finding the time to follow a regime can seem tedious. However, the longer you wait to attend to your skin’s needs, the harder it will be to maintain its natural collagen, elasticity, and strength. The key to good looking and feeling skin is prevention. There is no better way to keep your skin glowing than through proper daily care. If you’re quite sure what skin routine to follow, the tips below may be of help to you. 

Tips On Achieving Optimum Skin Health 

– Create A Doable Skincare Routine 

To start, you must first discover what skin type you have. Evaluate your face and figure out whether you naturally have oily, dry, or combination skin. In addition to the skin type, figure out the level of sensitivity of your skin. A great way to test certain ingredients out is to place a tiny swatch on your jaw area; if you notice reddness or irritation, then you likely have a sensitivity to the ingredient. A quality skincare routine involves cleansing, toning, and moisturizing. All the added facials and other skin products don’t have to be used daily. Cleaning at least once a day before you go to bed can prevent bacteria build in your pores resulting to less breakouts. Toning the skin after a good cleanse helps to minimize the size of your pores, while moisturizing will help to keep the skin’s surface moisturized. Combining all three to your routine will keep your skin in tip top condition. 

– Implement Natural and Organic Products 

Now that you have a better understanding on how to create a skin routine for yourself, it’s important to also invest in decent products. You do not have to spend so much money just to attain quality products. There are many alternatives to skin products that don’t cost that much money to use. Some of the most popular organic ingredients to buy for optimum skin health include coconut oil, aloe vera, tea tree oil, raw honey, and apple cider vinegar. Coconut oil is widely used as a moisturizer that can do wonders for those with naturally dry skin. Aloe vera and tea tree oil helps with breakouts and preventing inflammation from appearing on the surface of the skin. While apple cider vinegar acts as a highly effective toner. 

– Improve Diet 

Lastly, once your skin regime is enact, improving your diet should be your next priority. Eating healthy can help create the final glow you have always wanted. Paired with a good diet, increasing your water consumption will help you to cleanse any and all unwanted toxins. 

Achieving the best skin you possibly can doesn’t have to be a difficult task when you find the time to take good care of it. With the advice above, you will surely see a positive difference in your overall complexion. Don’t wait any longer to invest in the health of your skin.


The Benefits of Manuka Honey for your baby’s skincare routine.

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Ok Mums, Dads and Bubs of course, let us have an in-depth discussion about Manuka Honey and what are the benefits to us and especially to our Babies skin. Firstly where does Manuka Honey come from yes it comes from the flowers of the commonly known Tea Tree (Leptospermum scoparium) 90% of people would say Manuka honey comes from our Neighbors across the water being New Zealand. But did you know Australia has a good source of Manuka Honey also being in that of Tasmania my home State has a good source of this precious honey and with high GMO + ( methylglyoxal) Level?

What is GMO ( methylglyoxal) you may ask? To cut a long story short basically, this is the naturally occurring compound that makes manuka honey so great the higher the GMO, i.e. GMO 450 the more significant the antibacterial properties and the higher healing benefits, but also comes at a higher cost $.  That’s not to say that GMO 30-100 is no good it still has good healing and antibacterial benefits and is great for everyday use and at a lower cost to the consumer.

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Most of us know Manuka honey as a healthy sweetener, but it’s good to know that honey combinations can also be beneficial to your skin and hair. Manuka Honey contains enzymes and phytonutrient antioxidants – that are useful for human health and help to prevent a variety of diseases.

1-    Manuka Honey retains moisture due to the hydroxy that it contains. This material allows the skin to absorb moisture and retain moisture in its lower layers due to the type of hydroxy material it provides. This material allows the skin to absorb moisture and to keep this moisture in its lower layers, which helps to absorb moisture more deeply into your baby’s skin which hydrates the skin for long periods.

2-    The enzymes in Manuka honey keeps the pores clean and bright. Manuka honey has high antibacterial properties which prevent the formation of bacteria that disturb the balance of the skin and helps reduce inflammation of your baby’s precious skin. Manuka Honey is rich in enzymes, antioxidants, and other nutrients that strengthen your baby’s skin and keeps the skin hydrated. Manuka Honey also eliminates dead skin layers and allows young and fresh skin cells to appear and make your skin look brighter.

3-    As you know, Manuka honey is a skin-lightening agent that helps your skin’s anti-inflammatory effects. Hydrating properties of this honey can help to revitalise your baby’s skin. A gentle and smooth massage of these compounds onto the baby’s skin helps increase circulation and restores the baby’s skin to its natural state.

4-    As said earlier Manuka Honey has antibacterial and antifungal properties that help eliminate bacteria. Due to these anti-inflammatory properties, Manuka honey can soothe redness and irritation of your baby’s skin

5-    Manuka Honey is not only a good hydration compound for the skin, but its antioxidants repair your baby’s skin, protecting the baby ’s skin from damage caused by the environment and oxidation.

6. Manuka honey also has been known to help with Babies eczema conditions.

Please note as a general rule by health care professionals, Manuka honey is not recommended to be ingested by babies under 12 months of age. There is no danger from Manuka honey in skincare products as the honey is not swallowed.

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So, with all this said why wouldn’t you use Manuka Honey especially for your Babies skin care needs, so this is what we have precisely have done. We have added Manuka honey to our formulations so you and your baby can reap the benefits of this natural occurring ingredient. Onea’s natural baby products uses premium, natural and organic ingredients, sparing no expense for your baby.

Check out our full range in the links below:
talc free baby powderbaby eczema barrier balmnatural baby moisturiserbaby massage oil and natural baby wash.

Till next time people

Happy baby, happy life