You’ve probably heard the old saying, “Make sure you’re always ready to take care of your skin.”
So, how do you do that while still keeping your skin looking healthy?
Here are the basics.
How to DIY LASER SKIN CARE for Kids (click for larger image)1.
Apply moisturizer, serums, or lotions every two hours.
Apply a layer of product at night and a layer at the beginning of the day.
This is a very effective way to get rid of oil build-up on the skin.2.
Follow a well-balanced routine of sun exposure, rest, and hydration.
This routine is best for younger children, but if your child is older, or a person with severe eczema, they can use this routine as a “normal” routine.3.
Avoid wearing loose-fitting clothing or shoes.
You can apply a cream or gel sunscreen that’s been pre-made.
Apply it in the morning.4.
Don’t forget to use sunscreen every time you put on a hat or a scarf.
Apply sunscreen before you take off the hat.
If you don’t, your hat and scarf may become too slippery and prone to breaking.5.
Avoid over-the-counter and prescription products.
Always use the highest-quality, active ingredients.
Always check the ingredient label to make sure you aren’t getting an ingredient that isn’t safe.6.
Avoid using makeup that has a pH balance.
Use an organic or natural product to correct the pH balance in your skin.7.
Wear sunscreen that has been tested to be safe.
Use sunscreen to protect the skin from UVB and UVA rays.
Always wash your face after you use sunscreen.8.
Alcohol, a common preservative, can cause irritation.
The FDA has approved two types of sunscreen for use as a moisturizer and a face moisturizer.
These products are safe and do not irritate the skin if you’re using them on your face.9.
Use a moisturizing cream or moisturizer with a neutral color.
Avoid colors that are too red, yellow, or purple.10.
Avoid sunscreens that have a high SPF.
SPF is the number of protection it gives your skin against UVB rays.
Use sunscopes that have an SPF of 12 or higher, and avoid colors that contain artificial colors.11.
Never use sunscreen on your cheeks.
Always wear a face mask, a hat, or gloves when you apply sunscreen.
Make sure to wear a protective face mask.