Maintain Your Skin Health With These Tips From Bmedspa

You’d be hard-pressed to find a person who doesn’t want healthy skin. But what does healthy skin look like? How do you get it? And how do you maintain it over time? I’ll answer these questions and more as we explore the ins and outs of maintaining healthy skin.

Cleanse Your Skin With Products That Suit Your Skin Type

When it comes to skin care, there are several things you can do to maintain healthy skin. One of the most important steps is cleansing your face with products that suit your skin type, using B Medical Spa quality skin care products. If you have oily or acne-prone skin, it’s best to avoid harsh cleansers and alcohol-based products as these may dry out the skin further and lead to more breakouts.

Avoid using products with fragrances and dyes because these ingredients tend to irritate sensitive facial tissues like those around eyes or mouth area where pores are larger in size than other parts of face which can cause irritation on contact with these chemicals if used regularly over time period (even if they say “natural”!).

Exfoliate Regularly

B Medical Spa Exfoliating your skin regularly is a great way to remove dead skin cells, brighten your complexion and minimize the appearance of pores. This can help with acne as well by preventing blackheads and whiteheads from forming on the surface of the skin.

Exfoliation is especially important for dry or sensitive complexions that need extra exfoliation in order to stay clear, smooth and hydrated.

Use Sunscreen

When it comes to maintaining healthy skin, sunscreen is the most important thing you can do. Sunscreen protects your skin from UV rays that cause sunburns and prevent wrinkles and other signs of aging. It also helps prevent skin cancer by blocking out harmful UV rays that lead to cancerous cells in the body.

In order to make sure you’re using enough sunscreen, apply at least 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) of broad spectrum SPF 30+ water resistant sunscreen for face/body before going outside for prolonged periods of time.