For all of us, dealing with problems especially of our well-being can be tough. We do things that can harm our bodies (i.e. Eat unhealthy food, go to polluted places, not sleep well) that cause damages which can instantly be reflected on our physical looks. Breaking out, oily/dry/scaly skin, and weird bumps all over your body are some of the most common side effects of your unhealthy routine. Sadly, not all of us, have time or even afford to get expensive beauty products or even go to the derma to get help.
So this is where we come in. We'll show you ways on how to not only cure, but prevent certain skin ailments to ever land on your skin, without costing you so much, and can easily be included in your daily routine. These easy and totally practical tips are sure to beat all your woes about your skin.
This post will be a two-part entry, because most of what I use are either organic or over-the-counter. This particular entry will tackle the cheap finds you can easily buy at your nearest drugstores/grocery stores. So let's get started...
TIP: Try putting a heaping load on before you go to sleep instead of in the morning before you go to school/work. Not only would it be more comfortable, but it will do great things while your body's cells regenerate while you sleep.
TIP: You can apply this at anytime (be it after you take a bath in the morning or before you sleep) as long as you do it generously.
TIP: Even generic drugs such as this can have the same effect as Myra-E and other well-known supplements. I got this as a gift from my relatives from US and, when computed, costs about 4php/capsule. Cheap no?
TIP: For a better effect on your skin, take one teaspoon a day every morning (two if you've got the hang of the taste already).
So this is the first part of my daily skin maintenance routine. My best advice is to not do all of these things at once. Take time to let the process heal your skin so as to garner perfect results. I experimented on all of these and it might not have the same effect on you but I hope at least one of these would help. Thanks for reading and feel free to write comments! Thank you! :)