Everyone has uneven skin tone – well, maybe not everyone, but uneven skin tone is much more common than one may think.
We go out everyday, exposed to the sun on our way to work, or to do errands and stuff. And even if you’re the type who stays at home a lot, you still end up with uneven skin tone. That’s because apart from the sun’s Ultraviolet rays, lights in general emit their own rays that causes our skin to react and change its color.
So what can one do to have better, and clear skin? Here are a few reasonable and easy tips:
Water is very good
Water does wonders for your skin. Keeping yourself plenty hydrated helps your skin repair itself better and makes it supple. Stick to water, and drink at least 6 to 8 glasses a day. Make it a habit, including cutting out sugary drinks and alcohol (which dries you out), and your skin tone will be able to adjust properly.
When you do get your water habit, help further the hydrating effort by regularly moisturizing your skin. Again, moisture helps keep your skin healthy, and by choosing a moisturizing product, you not only help keep it working in tip-top shape, but you also help protect your skin. Find a sunscreen brand with enough Sun Protection Factor (SPF) to help lessen the effect of the sun on your skin.
Do it with makeup!
If worst comes to worse, and you are in need of an immediate solution to your uneven skin tone, makeup can do wonders! Using foundation on your face that matches your arm tone will help even it out just in time for your special occasion. Concealers also help by covering dark spots on your skin. Find a tone that closely matches your own!
Work out more
Exercise is not just to help keep your weight down and your figure looking better, but it also facilitates better blood circulation, and helps remove dead skin cells. Sweating is good for your skin as it helps release waste from your skin and removes build up of your skin’s natural oils and other foreign particles.
Of course there are medical and professional ways to get clear skin, and your local dermatologist would be sure to help you out. But a healthy lifestyle will get you a long way towards better, clearer skin.
If all else fails, you can always use an umbrella.