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Face yoga is just one way to get that natural glow to your skin. Face yoga is an easy way to make your skincare practice feel new and different.

Can yoga improve skin?

Skin Yoga can do wonders for your skin as well as your muscles. By detoxifying and reducing cortisol levels, it prevents pimples and acne and gives you that lovely fairy glow. It also increases the skin’s flexibility and helps you get rid of wrinkles.

In the ongoing quest to age gracefully and exude a sense of inner peace, many people are searching for natural, affordable options that will help them look and feel better.

Face yoga involves massage and exercises that stimulate the muscles, skin, and lymphatic system. This technique is designed to soften and relax your face muscles to help alleviate tension, stress, and worry. This may also help you stop making the facial expressions associated with those feelings.  Dermatology research have found that face yoga may be effective in improving the structural appearance of your face by strengthening the muscles of the cheeks and face. Practitioners report a younger appearance as well. Touted as a natural facelift that enhances your overall well-being as well, practitioners say its benefits are immense. Research supporting these benefits is mounting.

Face yoga helps to lift and firm the muscles under the skin, which smooths lines and wrinkles. Massage helps to boost circulation, improve lymphatic drainage, and release tension. Acupressure techniques boost circulation and relieve stress, which can aid in preventing headaches, releasing sinuses, and enhancing the quality of your sleep.

What Face yoga can do to my skin?

  • control face muscles
  • promote proper nostril breathing
  • firm the neckline
  • reprogram muscle memory
  • make your face more symmetrical
  • make your face less rounded
  • reduce the appearance of dark underage circles
  • improve confidence
  • tone face muscles
  • correct sagging
  • generate positive emotions

7 yoga exercises for your face

Start with clean hands and a clean face. Use an oil, serum, or cleansing balm so your fingers can glide easily over your skin without it being too slippery. Massaging oils or serums into your skin can help the product penetrate your skin for deeper absorption.

Eye circles

This exercise boosts oxygen circulation and alleviates puffiness. Use light, featherweight touches.

  1. Place your ring fingers at the inside of your eyebrows.
  2. Gently tap your fingers toward the outside of your eyebrows.
  3. Press into your temples for a few seconds.
  4. Continue to tap above your cheekbones to the inner corner of your eyes.
  5. Continue for 30 seconds.

Jaw unlocker

This exercise engages the muscles in your jaw and neck.

  1. While seated, make a fist with your left hand and place it on the outside of your jaw with your thumb facing down.
  2. Turn your head toward your fist, feeling a stretch on the side of your neck.
  3. Don’t allow your hand to move.
  4. Then press your jaw toward your hand for a few seconds.
  5. Gently release.
  6. Repeat on the opposite side.

Face tapping

Tapping promotes relaxation and boosts circulation.

  1. Start at your forehead and use your fingertips to rhythmically tap your skin.
  2. Continue all along your face toward your jaw.
  3. Next, tap the front of your neck and across your shoulders.
  4. Then move up along the back of your neck to your head.
  5. Finally, rub your palms together to generate heat.
  6. Cup your hands over your face and breathe deeply for several breaths.

Neck massage

This exercise boosts lymphatic drainage and alleviates neck tension. It helps to correct sagging skin around your jaw and neck.

  1. Tilt your head back slightly.
  2. Place your fingers at the top of your neck.
  3. Apply gentle pressure as you glide your fingers down to your collarbone.
  4. Press into your collarbone for a few seconds before releasing your fingers.
  5. Continue for 30 seconds.

Brow smoother

This exercise relaxes the frontalis muscle, which is the large muscle at the front of your forehead. Often this muscle is overused, which can cause stiffness, rigidity, and expressions of stress.

  1. Place your fingertips at the center of your forehead, facing inwards.
  2. Gently press your fingertips into your forehead as you move your fingers toward your temples.
  3. Release your fingers.
  4. Continue for 30 seconds.

Did you know that it takes over 2,200 pounds of plant material to produce only 3 lb of this precious oil? This makes Helichrysum one of the most expensive and labor-intensive herbs to procure, and as an unfortunate result comes with a history of adulteration.

Helichrysum’s unique chemical compounds, such as curcumene, di-ketones, and neryl-acetate make this herb a superior skincare treatment that offers unparalleled anti-inflammatory and regenerative powers. Helichrysum stimulates the production of healthy skin cells, combats metabolic cellular aging, and therefore effectively reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, and scars. 

There is many amazing plants to create skincare to make your skin glow. At I’m Fabulous Cosmetics, we uses ingredients like Salicylic acid, which is a great anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory compound ideal for gently purifying oily and breakout-prone skin, visibly reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, easing redness and discomfort, decongesting clogged pores, and bringing a glow and radiance. But instead of using chemical Salicylic acid, we uses Gaultheria Procumbens (wintergreen) leaf extract which is the first 100% naturally-derived salicylic acid obtained from wintergreen leaves; an incredible alternative to traditional synthetic salicylic acid. 

I’m Fabulous Cosmetics,  uses a unique glass; patented Miron glass a amazing packaging know for keeping rare food products and medical marijuana fresh for long durations of time! We have many customers who keep our bottles after use to up-cycle for cut flowers, and our jars are wonderful for holding odds and ends both in the kitchen and in the bathroom.

Consumers are allowing their skin to take center stage in 2021. With streamlined routines and “hero” ingredients remaining the focus, the need for hard-working, performative, and sustainable skincare has never been more critical according to Pinterest Predicts.

Plants are super food for the skin! So when you look at the full ingredient list of a product and it start with wonder, it means water is the base ingredients which is not very concentrated so you getting a little of the important ingredients to nourish your skin. You want to go with super concentrated products instead to make sure your skin is getting all the wonderful plant based ingredients that will hydrate, nourish, protect and feed your skin all the way. Usually based water products are less expensive because it cost much less to fabricate.

When skin becomes dehydrated, both its appearance and protective function begin to deteriorate. There are a number of factors that contribute to water-loss in the skin such as sweating, environmental stressors like UV radiation and pollution, changes in season, and of course, drinking insufficient amounts of water. In addition to these water-sapping contributors, the skin’s inherent ability to inhibit natural evaporation of water from within the body is diminished by the aging process. For example, ceramides produced by the body, together with skin cells, comprise skin’s moisture barrier. Ceramides are a type of waxy lipid (fatty) molecule present between the cells of the skin whose function is to keep water within the body. Think of the skin’s cells as bricks and ceramides the mortar that holds

the bricks together, thus forming the skin’s natural moisture barrier that inhibits water from prematurely escaping from the body. As a person ages, however, their body naturally produces fewer ceramides. This aging phenomenon, coupled with years of exposure to various environmental stressors, negatively impacts their ability to support the skin’s moisture barrier, leading to more rapid water loss and resulting in skin becoming dry, flaky and unhealthy. Moreover, because dry skin is known to be less flexible, stretchy than properly hydrated skin, it also starts to develop wrinkles. It is for precisely these reasons that added hydration via the external application of water-containing products onto the surface of the skin, is necessary.

One of the benefits of plant-based ingredients, both in medicine and natural skin care, is that your body automatically knows how to process them.

The botanical world is rich in natural antioxidants, vitamins, and emollients, which are the perfect building blocks for truly effective complexes that deliver powerful benefits. And I’m Fabulous Cosmetics products are rich in these vitamins and natural antioxidants, which can help you achieve healthy, luminous, and younger-looking skin.

Weekly Facial Routine

Step 1:  Cleanse

This one might seem obvious, but it’s important to wash your face in the morning and evening and to do it right. Just splashing your face with water in the morning isn’t enough— you need a cleanser like to remove oil, dead skin, debris and acne-causing bacteria that transfers to your face from your hair and pillowcase while you sleep. And always use lukewarm water; hot water can zap the moisture out of your skin and cause dryness.

Step 2: Dermaplane

Brighten, soften, and smooth. You name it and our at-home Dermaplaning Tool does it. By gently removing dead skin and peach fuzz, this sleek sustainable device gives you professional results right at home, revealing a more radiant and glowing complexion.

  • Start at the top of the cheekbone near the hairline, hold your skin taut behind the blade and gently glide the dermaplaning tool towards the nose using short strokes.
  • Continue until you have resurfaced the entire cheek and jaw.
  • Gently repeat light strokes on the chin, above the lips, and on the forehead.

Step 3:  TCA Lactic & Glycolic Peel

  • Apply a dropper to face and neck.
  • You may feel a slight tingle for about one minute. Rinse after 3 minutes.

Step 4:  Hyaluronic Acid Serum

Ideal for all skin types, this non-greasy serum is rich in hyaluronic acid, one of the world’s lightest and most effective hydrators. Capable of holding nearly 1,000 times its weight in water, our fast-absorbing form of hyaluronic acid delivers its moisturizing benefits deep within the skin’s vital layers where it quenches dehydration, controls oil, and visibly plumps fine lines. I’m Fabulous Cosmetics Hyaluronic Acid Organic Serum also contains Immortelle flower to evens out skin tone.

  • Apply a dropper to face and neck.

Step 5:  Moisturizer

  • Apply a dropper to face and neck.

Step 6: Sunscreen

Step 1:

ALWAYS clean your face before bedtime – even if you’ve worn no makeup.

Over the course of the day, makeup, dirt, and sebum build-up on your face. Fac cleaning should always be part of your bedtime routine so you can avoid building up between skin layers. I’m Fabulous cosmetics offers different cleansers for different skin types and ages.

But its secret weapon is cleaning extremely well between epidermis and dermis where we care most, without stripping skin of essential moisture.

Step 2:

Exfoliate twice a week.

Dead skin cells accumulated on the face are a big headache and cause complexion problems. If proper steps are not taken to remove the dead skin cells it would result in breakouts and larger pores, which makes the skin dull in appearance and dirty. Even though makeup can somehow manage to cover the problem, it cannot take it off. Dead skin cells are mostly the cause for many skin issues.

To remove the dead skin cells you first need to be aware of how the dead skin cells are formed on the skin. Did you know that Our skin generally rejuvenates about every 7-10 days. The old skin cells are removed from skin and new skin cells are formed on the skin. The accumulation of the dead skin cells on the skin will make skin dry and dull and will not allow cells to renew anymore.

The accumulation of dead skin cells later results in clogged pores, uneven complexion, fine lines and wrinkles, blemishes, and blackheads. The skin does not breathe anymore and the cells are not able to renew.

I’m Fabulous Cosmetics Wild Berry Honey Exfoliator Scrub, and both chemical and mechanical exfoliator that has superpowers when it comes to unclogging pores. Scrub on your face in a circular motion, let sit for 15-30 minutes, rinse, wash as usual. You’ll be luminous in no time!

I’m Fabulous Cosmetics TCA Cleanser and Toner, and skin peels have amazing exfoliating power too!

Step 3:

Feed the skin with Night Serums and Creams.

Help cells renew over 1000 faster with the most advanced Night Creams and anti-aging correcting serums loaded with plant-based ingredients and peptides, cell renewal and to improve skin structure and collagen production during the night. Jojoba Oil nourishes the skin and Peptides Extract reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles as firmness and elasticity are restored. Skin is left renewed, smoother, and more radiant in the morning.

Reaching for natural, organic formulas that contain fortifying vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants that feed your skin at a cellular level – free of any chemicals that could potentially strip the skin and absorb into the pores and bloodstream – makes a huge difference.

Step 4:

Hydrate and protect

Moisture and protect against exterior factors like cold, pollution, dust, humidity, UVA/UVB/UVC with a good morning skincare regimen, making serums, day cream and sunblock a must do!

Using chemical-based SPF sunscreens will damage your skin very quick as you expose really bad synthetic chemicals in high temperatures. Make sure to only use an organic sunscreen!

The Secret to Glowing Skin is Organic

Statistics released in 2017 concluded that the global organic market value was worth $11.5 billion and is expected to expand at a rate of 11.1% over the course of 2018 to 2026. It seems the ‘less is more’ camp is steadily gaining momentum, with more people than ever before opting for natural products over chemical cosmetics for their skin. Food has increasingly become a part of skin care with things like the use of avocado as a face mask, application of aloe vera to clear blemishes and even the drinking of green tea to decrease sebum in the skin and reduce inflammation levels.

Why You Should Consider Going Natural

Opting to use natural skin care products may be the gift you can give to your skin. Basically, natural and organic products have no added synthetic compounds mixed into them. This gives you a number of benefits, the first being the fragrance. The scent of natural products is different from artificially created scents. For instance, if you use natural rose cream, manufacturers use actual rose petals to make the natural product so the scent it will have will be authentic. Natural products will also make your skin softer as they lack the drying agents added to chemical products. Because of all these advantages and the growing interest in natural skin care, it is predicted that 2019 will see significant growth in this sector. There will be increased use of elderberries and red radishes to color cosmetics for instance.

The Use of Activated Charcoal

When most of us think of charcoal, we associate it with burning wood and fire. However, in the field of natural beauty, activated charcoal is one of the top rated natural supplements. After obtaining charcoal by burning a mass of carbon, it can be activated by being placed in a furnace and passing oxygen or steam through it. The use of activated charcoal is widespread, most notably as a teeth whitener with many toothpaste manufacturers now including charcoal in their products. It can also be used in a face mask and functions to bind oil and dirt to the mask which helps clear pimples. In this way, it cleans our pores of the toxins and pollutants that affect our complexion.

Going Natural is Also Going Plastic-Free

Perhaps one of the greatest impacts the natural beauty trend will have will be the push against the use of plastic to package cosmetics. This has been driven by the statistics showing that 8 million pieces of plastic pollution find their way into our oceans every day. More and more people are trying to bring this number down by opting to eliminate plastics from their skincare routine. This will see the increased production of biodegradable packaging and refillable containers.

As we try to remove toxins from our bodies and reduce our carbon footprint by producing less synthetic products, the trend towards natural beauty and skin care is only expected to gain momentum.

Article by Cindy Gasman

Your skin is a protective barrier that keeps you safe against all kinds of infection, that can otherwise harm your body. Don’t you feel that you should be taking precautionary measures to maintain its inner glow and vitality? However, sometimes your skin looks a little less than glowing. 

It can be a condition induced from work overload or perhaps, your skin is dealing with dullness. The word dullness is typically an umbrella term and can encompass a number of skin conditions like lackluster, drying, uneven skin, non-vibrant look, and much more. 

Ever wondered what is the culprit behind your dullness? Well, there can be many reasons but discovering the cause is the initial step that will help restore the glow and radiant complexion. 

Let’s get through the guide to fix some of the most common causes for dull resembling skin. 

Common Reasons For Dull Skin and Remedies to Fix it

  1. Dry and Dehydrated Skin: Imagine a dry and lifeless plant compared to the one that is full of greenery. The same applies to your skin when it’s dehydrated. The lack of moisture makes it dry and dehydrated which eventually imparts a dullness to the skin. 

Apply Hydrating Cleanser and Moisturizer: Switch to a hydrating cleanser that doesn’t take away the natural oil of the skin. Pick a formula that doesn’t suds up unnaturally. 

After washing the face or taking a bath it’s a good time to apply moisturizer on the damp skin. Go for a layer of natural moisturizer with emollients, like sunflower oils, squalane, or ceramides. This will create a light-reflective surface that makes skin appear naturally healthy. 

  1. Excess Dead Skin Cells Buildup: The skin naturally sheds away a layer of dead skin buildup. Although aging, the rate of shedding away can decelerate blocking the new and fresh skin under the shining, adding to the skin’s dullness. 

Add Exfoliation to Your Routine: Surely, you wash your face to remove the regular dirt buildup or the makeup that clings to your skin. However, have you made exfoliation a part of your beauty care routine? 

Exfoliation removes the excess dead skin buildup that clogs the pores. There are mechanical exfoliators like scrubs and brushes while chemical exfoliation includes glycolic, citric, lactic, or salicylic acids. 

  1. Increased Stress: The stress-induced from your professional or personal life can turn to be chronic causing skin inflammation. It can further amplify the skin conditions like acne and rosacea, turning your skin dry and dull. 

Release Stress with Face Massage: Releasing stress from the skin works a great way in restoring moisture. Indulge in a pampering session to massage the skin with moisturizer and creams when you are applying it on the face. Also, keep a check on your dietary intake and practice relaxing meditation and yoga therapy. 

  1. Aging and Wrinkles: Worried about the signs of aging and wrinkles on your skin? This is an inevitable part and there isn’t any chance to skip the process. Quite naturally, the skin registers a depletion in the collagen level with other signs like blemishes and uneven skin tone. 

Stimulate Collagen with Supplements: You can stimulate collagen production in your skin with effective solutions like retinoids and bamboo silica supplements

Retinoids are vitamin A derivatives that boost collagen production and normalize skin cell turnover. Bamboo silica is also a collagen-boosting supplement that also helps to lock the moisture in the skin. 

  1. Lack of Blood Circulation: The natural flush that skin achieves after a workout or jog session is because the body is pumping blood. A lack of blood circulation indicates less nutrition and oxygen being carried to the skin cells which reduces the glow. 

Use of Face Roller: Face rollers are way beyond a pretty inclusion in your dressing table. After applying your favorite moisturizer or serum, consider giving a massage using a roller to increase the blood circulation on the face skin. 

  1. Exposure to Environmental Damage: Exposure to environmental pollution, dust, and germs can have damaging effects on the skin. It can cause loss of collagen, excess pigmentation, skin tanning making it damaged and dull. 

Add an Antioxidant: Consider antioxidants as a friend for your skin when it comes to restoring the damages caused to over-exposure to environmental pollution. Making antioxidants like vitamin C and niacinamide to your beauty care regime can brighten your skin and guard it against free radical damage. 

  1. Stepping Out Without Sunscreen: The harmful UV rays of the sun have a bad reputation for skin darkening and tanning. Additionally, it can break down the skin protein and deplete the moisture barrier adding to dull and fatigue-looking skin.  

Wear Sunscreen Daily: Don’t miss on wearing sunscreen whenever you step out of the house as it a bulletproof remedy. Apply a layer of it to prevent skin from dyspigmentation, spots, and dull structure. 

Never Miss on the Skin Remedies!

There can be many underlying causes that contribute to the dullness of your skin. However, once you detect the reasons, never miss on the remedy. 

It can act as a wonder to replenish the lost charm and glow from your skin.  After all your skin deserves the best practices and care!

In your early 50s, you most likely will experience menopause, when estrogen halts and testosterone takes over. During the first few years of menopause, your skin will lose a significant amount of its collagen and moisture, and as a result, your ‘glow’ will vanish as well. While wrinkles are annoying enough, many people find themselves dealing with crepey skin for the first time in their 50s. Those fine lines and early wrinkles you may have been fighting against in your 30s and 40s will likely become permanent fixtures on your face by 50. Hormonal changes also occur as we reach our 50s, which is when menopause starts, and this can make your skin dry and sandpaper-like in touch.

1-BRIGHTEN UP YOUR SKIN WITH SKIN PEELS

Our skin renewal decreases significantly with every year, causing the skin to look dull and dry. A weekly at-home gentle skin peel can help. Your skin actually becomes thinner as you get older, becoming drier and more fragile as a result. People who are older can develop skin that breaks more easily, causing cuts and scabs. You can use a gentle face peel and a body peel to make your skin softer and help with the sun damage, age spots, and dry skin.

2-ENHANCE YOUR TEXTURE WITH MICRO-NEEDLING

What Is Micro-needling?

Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure. It involves pricking the skin with tiny sterilized needles. The small wounds cause your body to make more collagen and elastin, which heal your skin and help you look younger. You might also hear it called collagen induction therapy.

Micro-needling is used to treat and improve conditions like acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, loose skinskin texture, pore size, brown spots, stretch marks, and pigment issues. It’s also called skin needling, collagen induction therapy (CIT), and percutaneous collagen induction.

Micro-needling can be safely repeated every 4-6 weeks until you achieve the desired results. For collagen induction we recommend to start with 3 treatments, but with a minimum separation time of 4 to 6 weeks between treatments. For scar reduction an average of 3 to 6 treatments are recommended.

It’s considered effective in treating minor scarring related to acne, wounds, and aging. You’ll likely notice brighter, firmer skin, too. Ideal results are achieved after multiple sessions. Micro-needling is far more effective than at-home rollers. An electric pen like the I’m Fabulous Cosmetics Glow Derma pen, is safe, painless and super easy to use.

3-SMOOTH YOUR SKIN OUT WITH DERMAPLANING

Professional Dermaplaning Tool is an aesthetician approved, at-home facial exfoliation treatment that uses a sterile single edge blade to safely remove the buildup of dead skin and peach fuzz that make your complexion appear dull and flaky. By stripping the outermost layer of dead skin on the face the Dermaplaning Tool instantly reveals smoother, more luminous skin.

4-FADE LINES WITH PEPTIDES & RETINOL

Peptides are the building blocks of collagen and elastin fibers that are found in our skin, explains cosmetic Dr. Jen Robins, MD. They’re short chains of amino acids, and can tell the body to produce even more collagen. When it comes to fighting wrinkles, the first ingredient people think about is retinol. But peptides are a great alternative and have almost been forgotten about! … Peptides are great for sensitive skin or skin that is new to an anti-aging routine.

After the age of 50 for best skin care routine it best to use Peptides and Retinol. Retinol cream at night and a peptide serum in the morning. The strongest peptides are copper peptides and can even help with intensive skin repair and scarring. This also can be applied together with micro-needling. For those with stubborn skincare concerns, like deep wrinkles and pronounced uneven skin tone, you may want to consider a product with a higher percentage of retinol, between 0.5% and 2.5% retinol.

Please! God just donate some of my skin’s oil to whoever needs it. Wouldn’t it be great if God listens to your innocent prayer and bestows your skin’s excess oil to your beautiful allies who need it? Unfortunately, it can happen. But if you learn amazing ways to deal with oily skin at home. You will be off the hook and flaunt your gorgeous glowing skin.

I know, greasy oil skin that slips off your makeup makes it look washed off and deserves it to get hatred. Just like you, my skin is also oily and a master of creating annoying skin problems like acne, pimples, and blackheads. Ufff…. I don’t even want to remember how miserable my life had become because of the overflowing oil on my skin. But you know what, You can possibly turn your into amusement just by learning how to take care of oily skin naturally.

Burn all the bridges that take you back to oily-greasy skin. It’s time to tie your shoes and get ready for the entrancing journey of getting flawless skin that glows. If you are a true fan of clay masks, transform your skin with these amazing ways to apply Multani Mitti on face.

I see how excited you are to take the amusing journey that cures oily skin forever and leaves you with the glowing skin you love. But before we go any further, let’s have a last meeting with the causes of oily skin.

What causes oily skin?

Oily skin is the product of the overproduction of the sebaceous gland that resides in our skin pores. But don’t put the blame on the sebaceous gland because this is the one that provides natural oil to our skin to be healthy and gorgeous. Let me introduce you to the culprits behind who propel extreme oil production in our skin.

  • Sun Exposure
  • Genetics
  • Humid or Hot Weather
  • Enlarges Pores
  • Over Washing Face
  • Using Wrong Makeup & Skin Care Products
  • Consuming Oily Food
  • Hormonal Changes

I have done my part to get you acquainted with the causes of oily skin. So take action or avoid these causes to prevent oily skin as much as you can. Now, it’s time to have a ball with learning how to get rid of oily skin forever.

Top 7 Amazing Ways to Deal with Oily Skin at Home

Believe it or not but the skin you possess has amazing benefits. Don’t be mad at me. I said that because oily skin never gets deprived of hydration and moisturization which is damn essential for keeping our skin healthy and young. So you have got the miraculous skin that will keep you young as long as you use the amazing ways to deal with oily skin.

  1. Salicylic Acid Cleanser

Foaming face washes are great to deep cleanse impurities from oily skin. But does it help to control oil afterward? No! Even it makes your skin more oily by stripping off all the oil from your skin which encourages the sebaceous gland to overflow oil in the skin. So your oily skin needs a cleanser that doesn’t only clean but also regulates oil secretion in the skin and face wash and cleaners that contain salicylic acid is great at it. 

  1. Clay Mask

Oily skin generally has enlarged pores that produce more oil and get stuffed with pollution, dirt, and dead skin cells which later becomes the cause of annoying bumps of whiteheads and blackheads. I know, as an oily skin beauty you are familiar with these frustrating bumps flare up on your skin for no reason.

But clay masks have got the solution for these skin problems. I’m sure you might have used a Multani Mitti face pack once in your life and had a great experience.

Reducing oil on the face. Now it’s time to savor the benefits of kaolin clay for skin that eliminates excess oil miraculously without drying out the skin.

  1. Toner

In spite of having tried to get treatment for oily skin, if you haven’t used toner yet. Girl! You are missing out on the most effective step that helps to control oil on your skin as well as saves your skin from breakouts, whiteheads, and blackheads.

Toner works as a protective shield on the skin that doesn’t let any dust, impurities, chemicals, or dead skin cells enter your skin pores as well as it maintains the optimal PH balance in the skin, as a result, your skin produces less oil.

  1. Blotting Paper

A great rescuer! Yes, Blotting paper is the best thing you can use to absorb extra oil without spoiling your makeup. At home, we have the option to wash our face when our skin becomes extremely greasy and gives an indication to us that if we don’t wipe out the oil it will create skin problems.

I know, you always take the indication seriously. But washing your face is not possible all the time. So keep the rescuer handy and just place the blotting paper on your skin and let it do all the magic itself.

  1. Vitamin -C Serum 

Do you want your skin not only to be oil-free but also lighter and brighter? If you do, Start using vitamin-C serum right away every night and wake up with oil-free, radiant skin. 

Having an abundance of antioxidants makes vitamin C a powerful ingredient that aids oily skin, acne, and blackheads. Don’t worry if post-acne leaves scars on your skin vitamin – C takes care of it and soon makes them disappear from your face.

  1. Ice Cubes

Refreshing cool ice cubes shrink the doors of skin pores and maintain the accurate PH balance in the skin which creates adverse conditions for the sebaceous gland to produce more oil.

If you want maximum benefits you can freeze green tea ice cubes. These amazing ice cubes contain anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that kill acne-causing bacteria right off and leave you with gorgeous skin throughout the day.

  1. Oil-Free Moisturizer

I know, already having an abundance of moisturization is over the top for you. But using the wrong moisturizer or not using moisturizer is also a cause of your skin being excessively oily.

Our skin’s natural oils differ from the artificial ones so you can literally trick your sebaceous gland to produce less oil by moisturizing your skin with an oil-free or water-based moisturizer.

Did you know that most skincare products contains 80-95% Water! Which requires additional chemical thickeners and more preservatives that don’t benefit your skin. Moreover, such a high level of water can be drying to skin.

I’m Fabulous Cosmetics replace ordinary water with plants based ingredients like aloe vera and oils… our proprietary, skin-loving, four times boosted aloe-activated elixir, created from natural, sustainable aloe plants. It definitely calms, soothes, and hydrates skin. I’m Fabulous Cosmetics pair the aloe vera with potent ingredients like hyaluronic acid and plant-based collagen and peptides. Plant-Powered, Clean, Cruelty-Free.  We never formulate with SLS, SLES, Petroleum, GMOs, Animal Derivatives, Gluten, PEDs, EDTA, Synthetic Dyes or Parabens. 

The natural components of aloe contain vitamins and minerals that your skin needs and unfortunately cannot get from other ingredients that you more commonly find in your skincare products.

Anyone can use aloe vera?

Yes! Dry, Oily, Combination, Sensitive, Damaged Skin, even those with conditions such as Psoriasis and Eczema. 

Anis the founder of I’m Fabulous Cosmetics believe plants are very powerful. Anis formulate with the highest quality Hyaluronic Acids, Plant-based Collagens, Peptides and other natural ingredients to deliver hydrated, youthful, glowing skin. Just by looking at Anis’s skin you can see she is using her own skincare line. Her skin is just flawless and glowing!

Your skin becomes oily when there is a lack of hydration in layers of the skin invisible to the eye. This causes your skin to over produce oils to compensate for the lack-thereof.  Aloe vera is quick absorbing, which prevents clogging of the pores. Applying aloe to the skin is like drenching your pores with the most natural feeling, meant-to-be hydration. Because even if you live in an area like Miami where it is hot and humid you need to hydrate your skin.

In addition to anti-inflammatory properties, there are antibacterial and antioxidant properties of aloe vera that make it effective as a topical treatment for acne.  Aloe vera also assists in the production of collagen in the skin, which is a protein that our bodies produce less and less over time. Aloe vera natural antibacterial properties keep the area clean, and the antioxidants help reduce scar formation and promote quicker healing. To read more about I’m Fabulous Cosmetics visit the website store at imfabulouscosmetics.com

Facial skin peels are great and those facial treatments that literally dissolve dead skin cells, dirt, and oil from the surface of the skin will make your skin glow.

Organic skin peels are loaded with exfoliating acids and enzymes that are naturally derived from fruits, plants, and nuts. While a peel is a chemical exfoliator that usually has a watery, gel-like consistency, a scrub offers a physical exfoliation with a gritty texture. Using a facial peel or scrub can help exfoliate the top layer of the epidermis, removing dead skin and excess oil.

Did you know that skin damage is cumulative?

Meaning, without a time machine, there’s no way for you to reverse the damage that was done decades ago. But a good peel will certainly help – and all from the comfort of your own home.

You will notice a visible improvement in your skin after one skin peel, but the best results are obtained with multiple treatments over time. Just as it takes time for skin damage to accumulate, it also takes time to reverse it. Skins of all types can benefit from exfoliation. In the case of sensitive or acne-prone skin, however, we recommend going for a peel rather than a more abrasive scrub.

Do chemical peels accelerate skin exfoliation?

Organic skin peels are great to accelerate and enhance the process of exfoliation, diminish clogged pores, and clear away dead skin cells on your face, neck, and hands. These facial peels cause the top layer of skin to peel and be removed, bringing out the fresh, younger-looking skin underneath which typically contains less wrinkles and improves the look of the skin on your face.

THINGS TO NOTE ABOUT FACIAL PEELS

Regardless of the skin issue, you’re treating, even a good face peel shouldn’t be used more than the recommended dosage. While all of these contain extremely nourishing and soothing ingredients to replace the skin surface after the process of exfoliation, the peeling effect leaves your skin sensitive to damage from repetitive use.

The strength of some of these active organic ingredients and cosmeceuticals may have an adverse effect if not designed for skin that’s chronically dehydrated or sensitive. And when all else fails – do a patch test on your arm before applying a face peel directly to your face.

Definitely use sun protection when treating your skin. This will protect your fresh skin cells from damage and reduce the harmful effects of cumulative sun exposure.

CONCLUSION: Organic skin peels are a must for a glowing skin!

We love the Bio Gorgeous Peel, the TCA body peel and the Gorgeous peel. The results are just incredible said Dr. Blum, MD based in Miami, Florida.

Body Peel, TCA Chemical Peel for Home Use, Sun Damage, dull skin and brown spots.

  • Improve the texture and appearance of skin
  • Pose as anti-aging and sun damage treatment of wrinkles
  • Improve acne scars, sun damage, and brown spot
  • Proven acne treatment
  • Reduce age spots, freckles and melasma

An excellent choice for treating problem areas on the arms, legs, back, chest, hands, and feet.

If you are going to do legs and arms and other areas we highly recommend the larger size bottle.

Improves the appearance and texture of the skin with a combination of exfoliating, smoothing and brightening ingredients. It is an excellent choice for promoting an even skin tone and clear complexion on the arms, legs, back, chest, hands, and feet. This product is not recommended for dark skin type.

Powerful Actives

  • MALIC ACID: An exfoliating acid that hydrates and brightens and tightens pores
  • TCA (TRICHLOROACETIC ACID): A powerful acid that resurfaces and promotes skin radiance
  • SALICYLIC ACID: A beta hydroxy acid that battles acne-causing bacteria
  • GLYCOLIC ACID: Brighten, exfoliate, refresh, and great for wrinkles.
Dish and brush sold separately. Instruction sheet included.

For: All skin types except overly sensitive. Sun damage / dull skin / brown spots