Great Tips for Full Body Skin Care

1. Exfoliate your body

Exfoliating skin on your whole body will prevent acne breakouts and keep it youthful by removing dead skin cells. Many women put lots of time and effort in exfoliating their faces with walnut scrubs and other natural remedies. But they forget that exfoliation of arms, legs, chest, scalp and back is equally important. Since the sensitivity level of your skin varies in different parts of your body, the technique and tools to be used for exfoliation should also be different.

2. Moisturize your whole body regularly

Irrespective of the season or the type of skin you have, moisturizing is important to keep your skin beautiful. As soon as you step out of your shower, dab some lotion on your body to keep the moisture from your bath intact. This will protect your skin form losing its essential natural oils. 

3. Avoid changing your cosmetics too often

You might love trying out different brands of shampoos, soaps, lotions, bath salts, creams and body washes every other week, but that won’t do your skin any good. Pick a line or brand of cosmetics that suits you best and stick to it. When you keep changing cosmetics, you expose your skin to different chemicals and compounds because of which it may become more vulnerable to breakouts or to other allergies.

4. Use anti ageing creams for the whole body

Women are generally known to use anti ageing creams on their face. They forget that when skin ages, it ages unanimously on all parts of the body. In fact, tender and sensitive skin around the neck is more prone to wrinkles and sagging as compared to the face.

5.Use sunscreens for total skin care

Skincare is not just about using skincare products and getting manicures and pedicures at the salon. Protecting the skin is also an important part of full body skin care. If you are under the impression that you should use sunscreen only on those parts of your body that get exposed to the sun, you are wrong. Protect your skin by wearing sunscreen in all weather at all times, all over your body. 

6.Avoid long hot showers

Hot showers can be very relaxing because of which you may think that they are good for your skin. But the reality is that hot water can dry out your skin and widen your pores. Excessive exposure to warm water can also reduce natural oils of the skin whose function is to replenish moisture.