|Author||Topic: Skin care?|
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|posted: 1/9/2022 at 5:45:54 AM ET|
So I'm aware that this is a bit off topic (I suppose for the purpose of the site generally and not just the thread but I figure that general diet and weight loss are inextricably tied to skin care issues), but I'm wondering about a few things if anyone has any advice.
I've just started working out and am worried about breaking out/irritating my skin (especially face). Tips for face/skin care before and after working out?
Also any skin care tips GENERALLY? I have very bad dark spots that remained even after my acne cleared up on my face and back. I also have stretch marks/loose skin/cellulite (but I've begun working out so hopefully that will help)
|posted: 1/9/2022 at 3:09:23 PM ET|
I take off all my makeup before my workout and cleanse my face. After my workout, I shower, scrub my face and apply moisturizer. To avoid irritation, you need to cleanse your skin correctly before and after your workout. But how do you deal with the signs of aging skin?
|posted: 1/9/2022 at 3:10:51 PM ET|
During sports, I also take care of my face and whole-body skin. I'm 26 now, but I'm already thinking about modifying my facial skincare. I don't think that skincare products can fully address the signs of aging on my skin. To keep my skin firm and youthful, I need to watch my lifestyle. The main tips are: a properly balanced diet, regular exercise, giving up bad habits, adequate sleep and rest, less stress, and more positive emotions. My mother and I visit a beautician about once a month. We like procedures to moisturize and restore skin cells. The beautician recommended anti-aging light technology to my mom, which will prolong the youthfulness of her skin and keep it looking fresh. I think I will also use such a tool in the future.
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