Tips For Post Workout Skincare

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, June 8, 2016

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Working out can help you feel great, and keep you healthy, but are you taking care of your skin after out get all sweaty? Here are some tips to help you keep your skin healthy, even after a workout.

Body wash: A shower after a gym is as necessary as breathing. Not only do you want to get rid of the odour but also relax yourself after a tiring workout. Ditch the soap and switch to body wash. Body wash cleanses while retaining the moisture of the skin. Use orange or mint based body washes as they help you in de-stressing and relaxing.

If you have had a bad hectic day with a lot of tension and anxiety, a bath with Jasmine Blossom Body Wash helps you to calm down and feel at peace as it jasmine eases anxiety and brings in confidence.

Moisturiser: Constant exposure to pollution, tanning, and the ravages of weather more often make it important to take special care of the skin as well. Moisturising the skin is essential after a workout. The sweat shall dry and while you feel that it has left enough moisture on your skin, it’s not true. Depending on your skin type, use a moisturizer that hydrates the skin without leaving it sticky or oily.

Face pack and face wash: In the case of men, exfoliation is necessary once in a while. Using a good face wash daily is important and Blossom suggests a grapefruit or neem and tea tree face wash and activated bamboo charcoal face pack as it usually addresses the issue of maintaining a healthy skin for men pretty well. Women can use products suited for their skin type and exfoliate once a day as per their regime.

Keep your skin healthy and soft after removing any unwanted hair. To learn about aftercare for your laser treatments go here!

SRC: www.thehealthsite.com/beauty/expert-tips-for-post-workout-skincare-bs0616/

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