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It’s All About the Eyes

It’s All About the Eyes

~ Carmen Schwartz

The eyes are the central core of the face. They are the spark-filled beauty that show emotion. They can be trusted, they can be loved, and they can cause magic to happen.

 

800px-Iris_-_right_eye_of_a_girlEvery face is different surrounding these orbs. Every skin tone, forehead, bone structure – all of these things provide the perfect frame for the eyes. And, unfortunately, although the eyes stay the same and are always that window into the soul, the framework ages. And until Harry Potter’s wand becomes a true thing you can buy at you local cosmetics store to simply revamp in seconds, that framework needs help as time goes marching on.

 

Wrinkling comes from all sources, including the environment. Whether living in the polar vortexes of Maine or the hot, dry air of New Mexico, the skin will age and wrinkle. If an outdoor/nature lover, or an indoor person, the skin will wrinkle and age. So the problem remains as to what is the best way to preserve the skin.

 

FaceLuXe is both the right and easy answer to that question. Popping up all over the United States people are walking into these affordable, ‘5-star’ salons shutterstock_47545204that offer clients the most relaxing atmosphere possible. Products and services are also second to none. When you first walk through the FaceLuXe doors, you meet up with the experienced staff who is committed to rebuilding that framework to make those eyes shine even brighter. They not only want to offer you the correct services that will keep you happy, but they also want to make sure that the service you receive is what’s absolutely best for your skin.

 

Taking that into account – in order to increase your knowledge of what that protective covering on your body really is – it’s best to learn your actual skin type in order to choose the best skin regimen. FaceLuXe wants all clients to look young and rejuvenated but also increase their overall health and well-being. The first step to doing this correctly is gaining knowledge about your skin type.

 

Dermatologists categorize skin: Type I, the lightest to Type VI, the darkest. When it comes to people who fall into the higher categories, they have more melanin in their skin which protects them from the sun in far better ways than a truly light-skinned person. They often look years younger than Type I’s; however, there are downsides as well. Having more melanin causes a much higher risk of scarring and pigmentation problems to the skin.

 

When it comes to age, the adage: “You’re only as young as you feel,” is a nice way to look at things. But even if you feel young, vibrant and energetic, the skin can not be hidden. With aging, everything slows down, including the production of collagen and elastin – which brings about fine lines and wrinkles.

 

As time moves on skin changes, becoming thin, dry and more fragile than it was in youth. With oily skin, acne breakouts can become even worse. However, that oily skin does halt wrinkles for a time because the oils keep skin moist and smooth. For dry skin, a moisturizer is necessary. Antioxidants are also good at protecting the skin and will improve the skin’s appearance. These can be found in all-natural substances, or vitamin supplements of C, E, and A.

 

It’s also good to keep in mind that with age, those days of sitting out in the sun to get that perfect tan turn from good ideas into bad, because sun damage from the past catches up with you eventually, causing age spots and wrinkles. Doctors have stated sun exposure is the number one cause of harm to the skin, and no type of skin is immune.

 

Wearing sunscreen, using moisturizer and following a skin regimen every day are absolute musts. When it comes to FaceLuXe, adding their incredible services to that regimen will rejuvenate and help to erase that sun-bathing past.

 

Head to www.FaceLuXe.com today and begin to restore that glowing, healthy skin. Your eyes need a beautiful framework!

 

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