Ok, so it’s January. You probably have spent the last month over drinking, over eating, over spending and over doing it.
Am I right?
That’s why at this time of year it seems like everyone you know will be either giving something up, or starting something new. I’m not going to rant on about how you should be joining a gym, giving up the booze or even the big one, smoking. What I would like to offer you is a very small change to your daily routine that I hope will make you feel and look great, not just for January, but also from now on.
Just put your best foot forward, give it a try for at least thirty days, and see for yourself how you feel.
All you need to do is look at how you are washing your face. Sounds simple, but it really is important to get rid of old dead skin cells that hang around on the top layer of your skin, making it look dull and lifeless. Splashing a bit of water around the bathroom and hoping that you get some of the grim off, just isn’t going to cut it I’m afraid. Your skin is renewing its self all the time, depending on your age this can take between thirty days in your twenties, to three months in your fifties. Unfortunately I’m a little closer to the thirty-day end of this scale! I know you will have heard this word before, many times, but, EXFOLIATE. You know full well that it just does not apply to you, don’t you? Well I’m here to tell you that it does. It applies to all of us.
The key here is to get rid of the dead cells and let the younger fresher cells see the light of day. If you carry on with this step, you will actually speed up the time it takes to get that lovely new skin to the surface, your skin will look younger, fresher and healthier.
The best products to use work in two ways. First they dissolve the glue that sticks your skin cells together using a mild acid called Glycolic. This makes the cells easier to gently massage off the skin with physical grit. Ours has Silica in it. Now this is a very important point. You must use a natural product here and not a man made rubber substitute called Silicon, which is responsible for huge amounts of pollution around the world. It finds it’s way into our sea’s and damages marine life. Not good. We use Silica, which is derived from quartz and is the second most abundant natural element on earth. It also makes a very smooth grain, which is ideal to gently remove the debris without tearing at the skin.
Try it, you might like it. It will help to freshen up your completion, reduce fine lines, speed up the regeneration of your skin cells, close up those nasty big pores that let dirt in, and even help with in growing hairs that are caused by shaving.