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Your Skin Instincts

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Your Skin Instincts

Nature always tells us a lot about ourselves, but how many of us actually listen to the signs we get?

Like everything in nature, your skin gives you signs as well. We at DeBelle strongly believe that those instincts need to be followed with a good skin care routine to keep your skin the way you would love it.
To make it easier for you to understand these signs, here is an article on how to know your skin instincts and the remedies we need to follow accordingly.

Your Skin Instincts 

Dull Skin = Lack Of Hydration In The Body

Your Skin Instincts

The more radiant your skin is, the more youthful your face will look!

Have you ever wondered why and how do Korean women look so young even when they are 40+?

The secret to their youthful looking skin is water! They advocate drinking lots of fluid throughout the day and consuming water based fruits that make their skin glow from within.

If your skin appears to be dull and fatigued, it might be due to lack of hydration in your body. So drink adequate amount of water and consume fruits with high water content to keep your body sufficiently hydrated. It will naturally result in glowing skin!

For an instant fix to your dull skin, you can use a moisturizer that has a humectant like glycerine as one of its main ingredients.

A humectant is a substance mainly found in foods and cosmetics that keeps things moist by retaining moisture and hydration. Glycerine, being a humectant, has an ability to restore the moisture to your skin by attracting hydration from the atmosphere.

DeBelle Moisturizing Lotion contains glycerine along with other nourishing ingredients like shea butter, cocoa butter and jojoba oil. Try it to get a natural radiance to your skin!

Another thing which helps with dull skin is Green Tea. Honestly, its taste is not enjoyable at all, but we all know that it can do wonders for the skin and health if it is consumed daily on an empty stomach.

If you really don't get along with the taste of green tea, then you can nab its benefits with its topical application.

Check out our newest launch DeBelle Skin Moisturizer Green Tea Infusion with antioxidant rich ingredients and lightweight texture that gets absorbed into the skin in seconds!

Sagging Skin = Lack Of Collagen & Elasticity In The Skin  Your Skin Instincts

The elastin and collagen structure, which is a major part of the skin, starts to lose its elasticity as we age and makes our skin appear saggy.

In addition to that, not keeping the skin properly hydrated all the time can also be the reason behind the loss of elasticity and sagging skin.

The solution to prevent sagging skin on the face is simple, just keep your skin moisturized and hydrated. Most importantly, don't forget your neck and décolletage areas as they tend to age faster than the face!

Age Spots = Sun Damage

Your Skin Instincts

Age spots (also known as liver spots) are small freckle like blemishes that may appear on any part of the body. They are a result of skin damage caused by the sun over the years. Age spots start to look more prominent on aging skin.

The only thing that you can do to avert age spots is making a habit of wearing an SPF 20 prior to stepping out in the sun!

For any preexisting age spots, use our DeBelle Skin Moisturizer Orange Blaze that will help to lighten them with the help of citric acid present in its main ingredient - orange extracts.

Fine Lines & Wrinkles = Aging & Bad Beauty Habits

Your Skin Instincts

There is no definite reason behind the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, they naturally start to become visible when you age.

Actually...

There are a few very random reasons behind their premature appearance that go unnoticed!

Excessive smoking, alcoholism, poor skincare routine, high sugar intake are some of them.

Well, this brings us to the fact why maintaining a healthy lifestyle is necessary to control the effects of aging skin!

So if you have any of these habits, do try and stop them. Keep a proper cleanse + tone + moisturize routine and follow it religiously, your skin will thank you for it when you will be in your 40s-50s!

As we age, our skin keeps going through many changes, so it is a must for us to adapt good lifestyle and skincare habits to preserve youthful skin!

Also Read: How To Choose The Right Skin Moisturizer

Dark Circles = Lack Of Sleep

Your Skin Instincts

Sleep requirements vary from person to person. But mostly, Adults require at least 6-8 hours of sleep daily to function at their best. Getting less amount of sleep can result in heavy under eye dark circles, under eye bags and tired looking eyes.

The best solution to reduce the appearance of dark circles is to get proper sleep everyday. Turn off all the electronic gadgets and keep them outside your bedroom to avoid distractions during your bed time.

Before you hit the bed, apply a moisturizing cream on your under eye dark circles so that the skin around that area can rejuvenate overnight.

We recommend DeBelle Fairness Cream for this as it contains natural skin lightening and rejuvenating ingredients like Kojic Acid and Mulberry Extract.

It is never too late to start taking care of your skin! Listen to your skin instincts and give a little extra care to it today and reap the benefits later in life. Check out DeBelle's range of natural skincare and beautycare products here

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