Being Black is truly beautiful. I mean, getting all those curves and edges and highlights on your skin, all those foundations and contours the natural sun-rays hit on the skin. I could go on and on about how colorful blacks could be
Being black is heavenly, and its high time blacks begin to appreciate this. A lot of blacks feel they aren’t appreciated in the society and tend to go into some unhealthy solutions like bleaching and the likes just to fit in.
Asides from the damages those may cause, it’s basically ruining this perfect glowing skin of yours. might be that your skin doesn’t glow, well, that was mine too, not until i began to follow-up these routines.
The routines are the usual. they don’t give a sudden effect, but once followed up effectively, the results would begin to show. The aim is to make you become skin conscious and have an even skin tone.
- Always remove your makeup with your makeup remover and moisture it.
- Use rosewater as a mild toner, it is mild and will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth.
- Use fresh ripe papaya to get glowing skin instantly! Take a small piece of freshly cut ripe papaya and gently rub it on your face. Keep it on for about 15 minutes and then rinse. You’ll see a difference right away!
- Use a mild cleanser and then splash your face with rose-water each night.
- Using almond oil at night might assist you in getting glowing skin in the morning.
- If you have sensitive skin, try mixing small amounts of castor and body oils into your troubled acne spots once a week after opening your pores with warm water and steam. This may sound counter productive, but it really helps.
- Work out at least three times a week, even if only for half an hour. It improves skin glow.
- Don’t smoke.
- Make sure you have a cleanser and moisturizer made for your skin type.
- Tea tree oil with 15% concentration works wonders for Acne-prone and blemished skin. Apply directly onto the acne areas and keep it overnight. This might cause some dryness but it’s totally harmless. In the morning, after washing your face with a neutral-ph face wash, apply a mild moisturizer and ta-da your skin will glow!
There’s lots more to skin treatments than this. it’s just that, the few tricks and tips I apply, goes a long way and encourages me to apply even more. bear in mind that there are different skin types, so ask you dermatologist about yours and fin out what suits you the most.