It takes about 21 days to make a habit
written by Martha Davis
Are you still washing your face with soap?
It has been proven that it takes approximately 21 days to form a habit. Whither it is a good for you habit or not so good for you habit.
For instant many of us was taught from day one to wash your face with soap and water and this becomes an automatic habit as we get older.
Even if we try other methods we will go back to soap and water if we think the new way isn’t working.
But as time passes we start seeing dry skin, flaky skin or oily skin, or ache and/or early wrinkles as we age.
Only then we will start seeking something to improve the look and feel of our skin.
I still meet women young or old that still wash their face with soap and water that they don’t have a skin care regiment.
And their skin, for the most part doesn’t look its healthiest. Some do not wear makeup or any protective foundation like a cc cream with spf 30 on their face.
I can understand not wearing makeup, but not having a skincare regiment that moisturize and project your skin from daily damage is not a healthy choice.
Well in my opinion, if you are washing with plain soap and water is your routine, is not a healthy one in my book. Your skin need deep cleaning from time to time and moisture to look and feel healthy.
What you don’t know that over time plain soap and water (unless it is some type of complexion bar with herbs and nutrients for the face) can dry out the skin and cause premature aging, if not followed up with a good toner and moisturizer for your face.
Plus, if you are putting makeup on unprotected without any other skin protection like a sunscreen or a moisturizer with sunscreen you could cause more damage to your skin as you age. It harder to reverse a damaged skin than it is to prevent damaged skin.
If you are that person that cannot use sunscreens, there are alternative ways to project your skin. Wearing a wide brim hat when you are going to be out in the sun for long periods of time is one. Another is a use full coverage foundations and/or cc creams without sunscreen will give you some protection.
I bet you didn’t know that environmental factors plays a major role in damaging your skin. The sun, dust, smoking, cold, humidity, smog, your lifestyle and air borne particles and chemicals can clog pores that can lead to premature wrinkles, acne and other skin conditions, etc.
And soap and water alone do a poor job of cleaning the skin pores of the dirt and other elements that comes in contact with your face every day.
The products that I use is not about covering up your face with make-up…these products are about beautiful healthy skin, that moisturizer, smooths, exfoliate to lift out dirt and oils and project your skin with daily use.
Most all cosmetic companies today offer some type of skin care solutions and skincare systems as well as cosmetics. And I have tried a few of them and I am pretty sure you have tried a few too.
Some work for a moment and then they don’t. But don’t give up. There may be one that will work for you. If you are still looking for something better and gives you skin protection every day that you use it, then contact me below.
It is always wise to check with a dermatologist if you have any skin conditions that are significant and in need of special medical care first before using any over the counter products.
But if your skin condition isn’t severe and before you pay for that expensive products at the mall or what the dermatologist that she is going to sale to you, I ask you to give my products a try.
You may save some money and you can even take it to your dermatologist to for her advice. We have no problem with that because our products are created and backed by experienced dermatologists within the company.
So why delay do it today. Just click on the link below and lets setup an appointment for a free look today!
Disclaimer: Please note these comments on my blog are my personal opinion and my personal research and experience as an independent beauty consultant on skin care. You may or may not get the same results as others and you may get better results than others. Please consultant your doctor or dermatologist before changing your skin care routine. This content is for informational purposes only.
-martha, site owner