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9 Things You Need to Know Before Using AHAs on Your Skin

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AHAs have been all the buzz in the skincare world, and for good reason. Known for their ability to exfoliate and resurface the skin, these acids can give you the radiant skin of your dreams. Before you add an AHA product to your skincare repertoire, though, there are a few things you should know.

What is an AHA?

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AHA stands for alpha hydroxy acid. They are water-soluble acids derived from sugar, fruits, nuts, or dairy products. AHAs are mainly used to exfoliate the skin by removing dead cells from its surface. The strength of an AHA is determined by the type and concentration of the acid and its pH level.

AHAs speed up the process of shedding dead cells at the skin’s surface, promoting skin turnover. They work by dissolving the “glue” that holds skin cells together and allowing dead skin cells to slough off more easily.

There are a few different kinds of AHAs:

Glycolic acid

Glycolic acid has some of the smallest molecules of AHAs, which allows it to penetrate the skin deeper than other AHAs. This means that glycolic acid is one of the most effective AHAs you can use on your skin. That also means that it’s one of the strongest, so beginners might want to steer away from this ingredient and begin with a gentler AHA.

While glycolic acid is naturally derived from sugar, it is most effective when it is lab-created and optimized for its use in skincare products.

Lactic acid

Lactic acid has larger molecules than glycolic acid and is more gentle on the skin. Because of this, it might take a bit longer to notice the effects of using lactic acid. This acid is great for those who are just beginning their foray into the world of acids.

Because lactic acid is derived from dairy, those with dairy allergies should avoid this AHA.

Mandelic acid

Mandelic acid has even larger molecules than lactic acid and is one of the gentlest AHAs you can use on your skin. It’s great for those with sensitive, easily irritated skin who might want to avoid stronger acids.

Mandelic acid is derived from almonds, so those with nut allergies should steer clear of this ingredient.

Malic acid

Malic acid has larger molecules and penetrates the skin slower. While it’s not considered too effective of an ingredient on its own, it can boost the efficacy of other AHAs. This is why it is often formulated with a combination of other AHAs.

Malic acid is derived from apples, but it’s more commonly found in its synthetic form, which is easier to stabilize.

Tartaric acid

Tartaric acid has almost double the molecule size of glycolic acid. It is used primarily as a pH adjuster in skincare products, making other acids such as glycolic and lactic acid more effective.

Tartaric acid comes from grapes, but, like malic acid, is often used in its synthetic form.

 

What’s the Difference Between AHAs and BHAs?

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Both AHAs and BHAs are used to exfoliate the skin. The difference lies in their solubility: while AHAs are water-soluble, BHAs are oil-soluble. This changes the way they work on the skin.

As water-soluble acids, AHAs work at the skin’s surface to dissolve the bonds that hold dead skin cells together. On the other hand, oil-soluble BHAs are able to cut through oil and penetrate pores to remove dead skin cells and excess sebum. This makes BHAs great for those with oily skin, clogged, pores, or acne. Salicylic acid, the most popular BHA, is also antibacterial, which makes it even more effective at fighting pesky spots.

While neither acid is better, it’s important to understand how each acid works to choose which one is best for your skin.

If you’re wondering if an AHA is right for you, here’s what you should know.

 

You Must Use a Sunscreen

Before you start using an AHA, it’s important to have a sunscreen you know you will use. We can’t emphasize this enough—sunseen is an absolute must when you use an AHA! This is because AHAs make your skin more sensitive to the sun and increase your risk of sunburn. By exfoliating your skin, AHAs reveal newer, smoother skin underneath, which is more susceptible to sun damage. If you’re using an AHA to address the effects of aging such as fine lines, wrinkles, or age spots, you don’t want to further damage your skin by going without sunscreen.

How to choose the right sunscreen:

The best sunscreen out there is the one you will use. As long as you’re using a broad spectrum sunscreen of at least SPF 30 everyday, rain or shine, your skin will thank you.

Luckily, modern sunscreens are completely different from the thick, white sunscreens you might remember from your childhood summers. Nowadays, there are a ton of cosmetically elegant sunscreens on the market that will make applying them a treat rather than a chore. You can take your pick from physical or chemical sunscreens, or a combination of the two. Make sure to apply the proper amount of sunscreen (around half a teaspoon for your face alone!) as the last step of your skincare routine and before applying makeup.

 

Start Using AHAs Slowly

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We get it — it can be exciting to start using an AHA, especially because it promises to give you better skin. It can be tempting to start using your AHA whenever you have the chance in hopes of seeing faster results.

Our advice? Don’t.

It’s important to follow the instructions on your AHA product, but generally, it’s good practice to introduce them to your skin slowly. This means using your AHA product only a few times a week to see how your skin reacts. Once your skin acclimates, you can start using it every other day, before graduating to daily use when your skin builds up a tolerance.

 

Start with a Gentler Acid or Lower Percentages

Exploring the world of chemical exfoliation is exciting, and you might be lured into trying stronger AHA products in order to accelerate the process to smoother skin. On top of introducing your AHA product to your skin slowly, we recommend starting with a more gentle acid if you’re just beginning your foray into acids.

If you’re a beginner, here’s how to choose the right AHA:

Luckily, when it comes to AHAs, you have a number of different options. You could start with a gentler AHA, like mandelic acid, or a lower percentage (around 5%) of lactic or glycolic acid.

We recommend starting with a gentle AHA product like Orogold’s 24k Multi-Vitamin Deep Peeling + Mandelic Acid. It’s also formulated with vitamin C, which helps brighten the skin, and bamboo stem powder, which gives it a boost of gentle physical exfoliation. It’s a gentle way to exfoliate dead skin cells and reveal smoother, brighter skin underneath.

If you want to start with a stronger acid like glycolic acid, tread carefully. Glycolic acid is the most effective out of all the AHAs, which is great, but not so great for those just starting out with acids or those with sensitive skin.

 

The pH of Your AHA Product Matters

Unfortunately, when it comes to chemical exfoliation, you can’t just use any old product and expect it to work as advertised. Some products that contain AHAs might not work as intended if they’re not at the right pH. Formulation matters, and the pH-level of your AHA product will determine how effective it is on your skin. Changing the pH also changes the amount of AHA will be absorbed into your skin.

AHAs are most effective with a pH of around 3.5-4. Avoid products with a pH of below 2.5—this may make the AHA too irritating for your skin and disrupt its acid mantle, which is typically around a pH of 4.7

Here’s how to determine the pH of your AHA:

This is where it gets a bit tricky. Most products don’t advertise their pH level, and even if they do, it might not be accurate. Your best bet is to get your own pH strips to test your products’ pH levels. Otherwise, you could try contacting the brand’s representative to ask about the pH of your product.

 

You Can Disrupt Your Moisture Barrier if You Use AHAs Incorrectly

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Using acids is no joke, and if you’re not careful, you could over-exfoliate your skin and seriously damage your moisture barrier, which leads to dry, dehydrated, irritated, and flaky skin. Your skin may look stretched out and crepey, with more pronounced fine lines and wrinkles. Basically, a damaged moisture barrier is not what you want to get out of your AHA.

Here’s what to do if you’ve over-exfoliated your skin:

If you suspect you’ve damaged your moisture barrier from overusing your AHA or using too strong of a product, stop all active use immediately—this includes vitamin C and retinoids, too. Focus on babying your skin for the meantime, like using a watery hydrator or a nourishing serum to bring hydration back to the skin and a soothing moisturizer to lock in moisture and prevent water loss from the skin’s surface.

 

AHAs Can Help Address Signs of Skin Aging

If you’re wondering how to get rid of a few pesky age spots or if you’re bothered by a few fine lines or wrinkles, using an AHA is a great way to reduce their appearance.

AHAs work by exfoliating the top layer of the skin, revealing smoother, healthier, and less pigmented skin underneath. With regular use, AHAs have been found to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation.

There’s one caveat, though: since using an AHA makes your skin more sensitive to the sun, you can actually increase your risk of premature aging from photodamage if you don’t use a sunscreen. You don’t want all your hard work to go to waste, so it’s important to keep your skin protected with a broad spectrum SPF. Using a sunscreen is one of the best things you can do to prevent premature aging caused by the sun, so you should be using one anyway!

However, even AHAs have their limit: AHAs won’t have much of an effect on deep wrinkles. For those, talk to your dermatologist about procedures such as dermal fillers or laser resurfacing.

 

AHAs Can Boost Collagen Production

Not only do AHAs work at the surface of the skin by sloughing off dead skin cells, they also have an effect on the skin’s deeper layer, the dermis. All AHAs have the ability to stimulate collagen production, but none do it as well as glycolic acid, which has been found to increase the production of collagen and fibroblasts in the skin.

As we age, the amount of collagen in our skin decreases, which leads to saggy and wrinkled skin. Boosting the skin’s collagen production helps mitigate the effects of aging and leads to plumper, smoother skin.

So while your AHA smooths your skin at the surface, it’s also working to boost your skin’s main structural protein. This is just one of the benefits that AHAs have over BHAs—they’re great for aging skin because they can treat it in multiple ways.

 

AHAs Can Hydrate the Skin

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Unlike BHAs, AHAs are humectants, which means they’re water-loving ingredients that draw water to the skin. This means that on top of exfoliating your skin, they can also hydrate it. No AHA does this better than lactic acid, which helps improve the skin’s natural moisture factor. This quality makes lactic acid great for those with dry or dehydrated skin.

 

AHAs Can Take a While to Show Significant Results

When you use an AHA, your skin may look brighter and more radiant right away, but it can take some time, from a few weeks to a few months, to see a significant reduction in clogged pores, rough texture, fine lines, and hyperpigmentation. Even if you think your skin has plateaued, keep using your AHA—you’ll start to see major differences in a few months.

 

The Bottom Line on AHAs

AHAs are a great way to exfoliate the skin and achieve smoother, brighter, and more radiant skin. When you start using an AHA, remember to go slow and to listen to your skin to avoid over-exfoliation. Always follow product directions to avoid misuse and, most importantly, never forget to wear a sunscreen!

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SKIN CARE RULES FOR WINTER MONTHS

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The cold and dry temperatures of the winter months, coupled with bitter winds, can really take their toll on your skin. If you want your complexion to remain as healthy as possible during this season, make sure that you are following each of these skin care rules.

 

Make Moisturizing a Priority

The lack of moisture in the air during the winter months means that your skin will quickly dry out, which is why you should be making moisturizing a priority. Not only do you need to moisturize more often, but you also need to be using a moisturizer that is rich, thick and designed for your skin type.

 

Daily Cleansing is a Must

If you are someone that sometimes forgets to cleanse in the evenings, this needs to change in the winter months. While cleansing is important throughout the year, cleansing in the winter helps to prep your skin to receive hydration from the products that you subsequently apply. Without cleansing, your serums and moisturizers will not be able to properly penetrate your skin, leaving it susceptible to winter damage.

 

No Long, Hot Showers

While a long, steamy shower may be exceptionally soothing on a cold winter’s day, hot water will quickly dry out your skin, which is not what you need in the dry winter months. To avoid this, keep showers to no longer than ten minutes, and opt for lukewarm, rather than hot, water. You must also remember to moisturize as soon as you step out of the shower, so that your moisturizer can trap in all of the excess water that has remained on your skin.

 

Don’t Forget the Sunscreen

On an overcast, blustery day, it can be easy to forget to apply sunscreen, but this is something that is still needed, as the sun’s UV rays are just as present in the winter as they are in the summer. Recent studies have shown the incredible way in which the sun’s UVB rays are able to travel through windows, causing an extreme dullness to take over the face with age, making a broad-spectrum sunscreen absolutely necessary every single day.

 

Wear a Lip Balm

Unlike the skin on your face, the skin on your lips does not contain any oil glands, which is why it is so quick to dry out and become chapped. To prevent this from happening, make sure that you use a hydrating lip balm, keeping it with you at all times and re-applying it when necessary.

 

Rather than waiting until the spring to deal with the skin issues that the winter months have caused, following these rules will ensure that your skin remains healthy throughout the season. While you may already follow a few of these, it is essential that you pay attention to all of them, as this is what your skin needs in the winter season.

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MOISTURIZING DULL SKIN

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When the skin’s moisture levels are depleted, this usually leads to dull looking skin, which then requires an extra level of care. Rather than just haphazardly slathering on a layer of lotion every day, these tips will help you to ensure that you are moisturizing your skin in the very best way possible.

Exfoliate Before Moisturizing

In order for your moisturizer to be able to properly penetrate into the many layers of your skin, it needs to have a clear path, and this means removing all of the dead skin cells, oils and impurities that build up on the surface of the skin. The best way to do this is by exfoliating, after which your moisturizer, and any other products that you apply, will be so much more effective.

Moisturize Efficiently

On the days that you do not exfoliate, you still need to help your moisturizer to soak into your skin. The best way to prepare your skin cells to receive your moisturizer is by first washing your skin with a damp towel, gently applying lukewarm water before patting off any excess. Make sure that your skin is still slightly damp when applying your moisturizer, as this will prevent any water from evaporating, trapping it into your skin and giving it a much-needed extra layer of moisture.

Face Masks

A face mask is a great way to give your skin a deep boost of moisture, and the added vitamins and antioxidants will help your skin cells in many other ways. When it comes to masks that moisturize the skin, some beneficial ingredients to look out for are antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients that will leave your skin feeling silky and smooth.

Dull and tight skin are signs that your skin is dehydrated, meaning that you need to work hard to counter this as soon as possible, before the problem worsens. By ensuring that your skin cells always contain the optimum amount of water, you will be keeping your skin well hydrated, and will not have to deal with dullness or tightness for much longer.

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COSMETIC AND SURGICAL DERMATOLOGY

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Dermatology is the branch of medicine that specializes in the skin, hair and nails, and, just like every other area of medicine, it has a few different subcategories, two of which are cosmetic dermatology and surgical dermatology.

 

What is the Difference Between Cosmetic and Surgical Dermatology?

Cosmetic dermatology deals with aesthetic skin issues while surgical dermatology deals with skin issues that cannot be treated with medication and require specific surgical techniques. Like cosmetic dermatology, surgical dermatology can also involve just the superficial layers of skin, but it can also extend to the underlying layers of muscle or fat.

 

What Can Cosmetic Dermatology Treat?

Cosmetic dermatology can be used to treat a variety of common skin flaws, including acne, hyperpigmentation, rosacea, scars and wrinkles. When it comes to wrinkles, cosmetic dermatologists are able to make use of dermal fillers and injectables, such as Botox, which will relax underlying facial muscles to reduce wrinkles. A cosmetic dermatologist can also treat hair loss issues, as well as perform laser hair removal. While most cosmetic dermatologists limit their practice to procedures that are minimally invasive, there are some that will also offer liposuction and facelifts, as these are also cosmetic procedures.

 

What Can Surgical Dermatology Treat?

Surgical dermatology procedures can include a number of anti-aging treatments, as well as the correction of acne scarring. Surgical dermatologists are also equipped to remove benign growths, such as cysts, fatty tumors, moles and birthmarks. In addition to this, surgical dermatologists also deal with skin cancer, as well as reconstructive plastic surgery, which is often needed after the removal of skin cancers. Thanks to major advancements in the field, the majority of surgical dermatology procedures are minimally invasive, and usually require just local or regional anaesthetic. Recovery periods have also been reduced when compared to recent years, and the effects of each procedure are only improving as surgical techniques become more advanced.

 

Who Can Visit a Cosmetic or Surgical Dermatologist?

Dermatologists see people of all ages, from newborn babies to the elderly. If you already have an idea of the type of procedure you want or will need, then you will be able to choose the appropriate dermatologist yourself. However, if you are unsure, then a visit to a cosmetic dermatologist is advised, as they will then be able to refer you on to a suitable surgical dermatologist if necessary. Even if you do not feel as though you have a specific skin issue, a visit to a dermatologist once a year is recommended, as they not only need to perform an annual skin cancer screening, but will also be able to diagnose any skin conditions that you may not even have been aware of.

Dermatology is a vast field of medicine, and, when you take into account that your skin is your largest organ, this really is no surprise. Whenever you experience a problem with your skin that does not improve with the use of over-the-counter treatments, a visit to a dermatologist is always recommended, as they are likely to be able to provide you with effective, and instant, relief.

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REINTRODUCING THE 24K BIO-BRIGHTENING COLLECTION

Bio-Brightening Collection

 

OROGOLD Cosmetics is delighted to announce the relaunch of the improved 24K Bio-Brightening Collection. This skin care set has always allowed you to target skin concerns like hyper-pigmentation and discoloration but now it also offers preventative benefits with SPF protection. The product formulas contain a combination of ingredients which let you enjoy more even and brighter looking skin tone with just 6 simple steps – the 24K Vitamin C Facial Cleanser, 24K Bio-Brightening Complex Peeling, 24K Bio-Brightening Dark Spot Solution, 24K Bio-Brightening Dark Circle Eye Solution, 24K Bio-Brightening Skin Tone Moisturizer SPF 30 and the 24K Bio-Brightening Pigment Balancing Mask.

Our skin is exposed to the damaging rays of the sun on a daily basis and can also be subjected to common irritants such as pollution, stress and improper diet. To top things off, we often end up skipping steps in complicated skin care routines, or not caring for our skin at all, after a long and tiring day because it just seems too bothersome. The revamped Bio-Brightening Collection has been designed to not only help you take one step toward reducing signs of aging an uneven skin tone, but also to transform your skin care regimen into something you look forward to as a way of de-stressing after a long day at work.

The high-end ingredients contained in this collection offer your skin a lavish array of benefits to help reduce the look of years of sun damage in order to reveal a glowing and vibrant look. If you’re not sure about how to best use this luxurious collection from OROGOLD, just check out our video, which step-by-step instructions for using the 24K Bio-Brightening Collection and reaping all the benefits that it has in store for your skin.

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ADJUSTING YOUR SKINCARE FOR TRAVEL

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Planning for that perfect holiday keeps you excited for weeks. It’s great to plan and go for that perfect holiday, but make sure that you don’t take a break from your skin care routines as well. Your skin is something that needs constant protection as it does not understand the meaning of the word holiday. So you need to ensure that you adjust your skin care for travel.

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WHY YOU NEED A SKINCARE MAKEOVER

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Let’s be honest. Many of us tend to sink into habits with our skincare. We bought a product once that seemed to work well and have continued to purchase the same product, over and over, when each bottle ended. Some ladies in their mid to late 20s are still using the acne wash they were using during their teenage years. Many ladies, and guys, also neglect to switch up their skincare depending on the season. If you have been noticing that your skin doesn’t look as amazing as you expect than it might be time for a change! If any of the below apply to you, than you should read on….

  • Your skin is begining to look dull and older.
  • Your products simply stop working on your skin.
  • You need to wear a lot of makeup.
  • You’re overwhelmed by all the skin care and makeup selections available.
  • You want your skin to look at least 10 years younger.

If you don’t like the way your skin looks or feels, you really need to think about getting a skin care makeover. But, if you’re not sure where to start off with one that’s effective as well as simple, start off with the basics. Add on to your routine once you have the basics in place. Here are some of the basic and advanced skin care solutions that can help you get that perfect skin makeover.

Basic Solutions for a  Skincare Makeover

Whether you’re struggling with your complexion or the fact that your skin has finally begun to show the signs of aging, adding some important aspects to your everyday routine can help you do wonders to your skin.

  • Cleansing. Make sure that you wash your face with a gentle cleanser every morning and every night. This helps you to remove impurities from your skin and make it softer and healthier.
  • Toning. Most people end up skipping toning, but it is actually an extremely important step in your skin care routine. Toning helps you to remove impurities and also allows you to rebalance the pH levels of your skin. This further allows your skin to absorb moisturizers better and boost your protection against the free radicals present in the environment.
  • Moisturizing. Moisturizing helps you to maintain the moisture content of your skin and keep it hydrated. It also forms a protective barrier which prevents dirt and germs from entering your pores and atmospheric elements from damaging your skin. You need to apply a moisturizer that offers sun protection in the morning and another moisturizer that locks in the moisture content at night.
  • Sunscreens. Applying sunscreens that offer you with an SPF of 30 on a daily basis is extremely important. This helps you to protect your skin from the harmful UV rays of the sun. Remember to re-apply the moisturizer for every two hours spent outdoors.

Advanced solutions for a Skincare Makeover

Once you master these basics, you can go about adding more advanced steps to your skin care routines.

  • Night Creams. Night creams help you to repair and rejuvenate your skin. They are ideal solutions to keep your skin hydrated, prevent breakouts and soften your skin.
  • Anti-aging Creams. Anti-aging creams help you to deal with those fine lines and wrinkles. These creams prevent the arrival of your signs of aging and remove those that have already appeared.
  • Exfoliators. Exfoliators are vital to ensure long lasting and glowing beauty. Using exfoliators 2 – 4 times a week (depending on your type of skin). Make sure that you use exfoliators that reduce blackheads and acne.
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AFFECTS OF CITY LIFE ON SKIN

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City life can be extremely exciting – after all the fast paced action, the countless things to do, the excitement and the everyday chaos is impossible to replicate. However, living in the city does have its own problems as well. You might think of a number of issues related to city life, but have you ever thought of how city life affects your skin?  Haven’t you found that you have puffy eyes and dull looking skin after that stressful day at work? Well, that’s just one of the side effects of city life. Living in the city is likely to subject you to a number of problems that can affect your skin – problems such as dirt, stress, pollution, etc. This can lead to dry patches, sensitive skin, blemishes, premature aging and redness. Here are some of the major factors that you need to look out for.

 

Biological Clocks Tick Faster

According to a study, birds living in the city have a faster reproductive clock than those living in the country. One of the main reasons for this problem is light pollution. Even the tiniest amount of light can reduce the Melatonin body, an extremely important antioxidant in the human body. The reduction in Melatonin leads to an increase in free radicals which in turn makes one age faster. The fact that LED screens make the body go off-sync has already been proven. However, how the tiny lights seeping in through those blinds affects your skin and your health is still a relatively new concept.

 

Lack of Sleep

City life can take a toll on your sleep, even if you’re not into late night parties. The daily stress and higher coffee intake along with the occasional late nights all impact your sleeping patterns. The human body produces growth hormones at night which helps it to repair and renew the cells. The body also produces collagen and keratin when it is asleep. Both of these compounds are extremely important to give the body a firm and youthful look.

 

The City Water

The water found in the cities can lead to a number of skin issues. Most cities have “hard” water. This implies that the water found in the cities has high levels of mineral salts such as magnesium and calcium. These salts can reduce the moisture levels of your skin and increase the likeliness of skin issues such as eczema and psoriasis.

 

The Excessive Stress

Living in the city is extremely hectic and stressful. Whether it’s the traffic, your work or just life itself – everything is always fast paced and stressful. When you become stressed, your body begins to produce higher amounts of a hormone named cortisol. Cortisol can end up throwing your entire body out of balance and make your skin begin to look dull and tired. Moreover, the skin also becomes prone to damage and also becomes prone to premature aging.

 

The High Pollution Levels

The air pollution levels in the city are always known to be much higher. Pollution can lead to a number of skin care issues because of the free radicals that it contains. Some of the most common problems associated with pollution include premature aging, loss of elasticity, redness, skin imbalance, reduction in moisture level and irritation.

 

The Fluctuating Temperature

City life also means extreme temperatures – the direct blast of central heating systems in the winters and air conditioners in the summers. Both are known to attack your immune system and dry out your skin.

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BEAUTY EXPERT ENDORSES ORO GOLD COSMETICS

Summer time can present specific difficulties when it comes to makeup and skin care. Fortunately there are steps you can take and specific skin care products you can utilize to combat the hot sun and dry summer air.

In the beginning of July, Local News Station King 5, covering the Seattle Washington Area, presented a segment titled “Summer Beauty Blunders – and How to Prevent Them.” This segment presents health and beauty tips specifically geared for summer time maintenance.

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Summer beauty blunders – and how to prevent them

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Beauty expert and style writer Lindsay Thurston shared some common summer beauty blunders, as well as how to fix them or prevent them from happening in the first place.

Members of the audience were sent home with Lindsay Thurston’s favorite cosmetic products. Included was the 24K Bio-Brightening Skin Tone Moisturizer from Oro Gold Cosmetics.

Lindsay Thurston explained the Bio Brightening product from Oro Gold is “a facial moisturizer. You can also use it on your neck or your chest. It is great for the sunshine because it’s an SPF 30 so it will definitely protect you from the sun. But the great thing about this one is it is packed with Vitamin A and E, so obviously great for skin tone, but it also has 24 Karat gold in it. The Gold has anti-aging effects and it can actually minimize the appearance of age spots, sun spots, freckles, and general discoloration on your skin… Sometimes the splurge in the summer is worth it. And this particular one would be the way to go.”

To watch the segment featuring Lindsay Thurston click here.

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OROGOLD HELPS YOU PROPERLY EXFOLIATE YOUR SKIN

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Your skin is the largest organ in your body. It protects all of your other organs from damage and daily wear. It is what other people see when they look at you, so taking care of your skin is essential for looking and feeling your best. One of the simplest ways to keep your skin clean and healthy is to exfoliate. Many people, however, do not know how to exfoliate the correct way. They end up causing unnecessary damage to the skin. Oro Gold helps you properly exfoliate your skin so that it looks its best. Exfoliating removes dead skin cells and dirt from the surface of the skin. It leaves skin looking bright and new. There are several different ways to exfoliate your skin, and countless different products that you can use to make your skin clean and healthy. Oro Gold Cosmetics have many cleansers such as the 24K 2-Step Cleansing Kit to help you get the beautiful skin that you have always wanted. Oro Gold reviews can help you find the product that is right for you.

The first way to exfoliate your skin is to massage a small amount of body scrub into your skin before you bathe or shower. Use a circular motion to gently apply the scrub. Start at your ankles and work your way up your body. Using a luffa or exfoliating gloves will give you the best results. After you have massaged the body scrub into your skin it is time to rinse it off. Then apply a body lotion such as 24K Intense Moisture Cream from Oro Gold.

Another method for exfoliating your skin is to apply body wash to a luffa while in the shower. Rub the body wash or scrub all over your skin and then rinse with warm water. Be gentle and careful not to inadvertently damage the skin when you use this method. After you have rinsed the body scrub from your skin, dry off by patting with a soft towel. Patting reduces the damage that can be done to your recently exfoliated skin. Apply lotion to lock in moisture.

Some people like to be as natural as possible, and there is a natural way to exfoliate your skin. All you need is a cup of sand and some water. Rub the sand all over your body, and then rinse with warm water. The roughness of the sand removes dead skin cells and exfoliates your skin. Make sure that you are gentle, however, because the sand can cause tiny tears and cuts if you are too rough. You can repair the damage however, while exfoliating your skin with an Orogold store-bought 24k Golden Body Scrub.

There are many different ways to exfoliate, and the way that you choose is entirely up to you. One thing is for sure, though, and that is that your skin will look smoother, brighter, and healthier when you exfoliate regularly. Oro Gold helps you properly exfoliate your skin so that it looks that best that it can. You will be amazed at the results when you exfoliate.

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