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Beauty and Skin

Updated on April 16, 2012

Beauty and Skin

Beauty and Skin . Having a great complexion enhances your natural beauty. When we are born we have beautiful skin , never been touched by man or nature. Your skin is the largest organ of the body. How we take care of it determines how we look in it. When we feel good we have a higher self esteem. There are dos and don'ts when it comes to our skin care. Do eat a well balanced diet including fruits and vegetables whenever possible. Never sleep in your makeup! This is and absolute no. Even if your tired try to always remove your makeup. Sleeping in your makeup clogs your pores, not to mention how you look in the mirror the next day. Usually all cracked, chipped and smeared and just plain tired looking. Red puffy swollen eyes or even raccoon eyes from your eye makeup or mascara. Those of you who don't know what raccoon eyes are [There the black smashed mascara look]. If you have never woke up looking like this, you don't want to start now. This is not a pretty site for us ladies out there. When you sleep in your makeup your face usually always breaks out with pimples, bumps or even acne. So wash your face daily, and drink plenty of water. Drinking water is important for our skin and our complexion. Water regulates your skins natural balance.

In the natural course of our life our skin is exposed to all kinds of issues. Our skin is exposed to the sun and it's effects as well as the natural course of us aging. Aging is a part of life and no matter how hard we fight it, aging still occurs. We can try to fight aging with plastic surgery. Aging can also be fought with the some of the best products on the market to date. There are many products on the market to date that claim to be the best. Oil of Olay happens to be one of my favorites. This product happens to have been around a very long time. Since the birth of some of our mothers and grandmothers. Do you remember the little pink jars that it use to come in? I do. My mother still has one. It's a keep sake she says.

Over exposure to the sun can cause long lasting effects are damage to our skin. Always limit your time in the sun. Sun damage builds over time on our skin. Age spots or liver spots as they call them, can also appear on our skin. Sun burn, liver spots or at worst skin cancer can form. If you have a mole and it changes in shape, color or size, have it checked by your dermatologist immediately. Light skin is more prone to skin cancer than most. The sun can also effect your hair. It can cause fading, brittleness and sometimes breakage can occur. Protect your hair by wearing a hat in the sun. Protect your skin by applying sunscreen and limiting your time in the sun. If we take care of our skin and limit exposure time, our skin will stand a better chance of survival.

By Rhonda G. Waits 12/09/10

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    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thanks Londonlady for your very insightful comment. I agree it really doesn't matter what kind of routine that people adapt when there in a healthy skin Regine as long as they adapt one. We will be in this skin the rest of our lives and w e better make sure we take care of it. Water is and absolute must for our skin. Thanks for dropping by today.

    Have a wonderful beautiful skin day. Cheers

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    Laura Writes 

    7 years ago

    This is a great hub. I'm glad that there is so much information out there about how to keep your skin healthy. I still prefer to use minimal products. A gentle face wash, an apricot scrub, sunscreen when needed and a moisturizer. As light and natural as possible...plus, drinking a lot of water makes a visible difference. Thanks for this hub, very informative (voted UP)

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    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Hi toknowinfo thanks for your comment and I am glad you found my hub useful and helpful. I appreciate your comments always.

    Sweet wishes Rhonda

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    toknowinfo 

    7 years ago

    Excellent tips. Thanks for sharing and putting this great hub together. I found it very helpful.

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Hi Nina thanks for your comment. I am glad you enjoyed my article on beauty and skin. Thanks fro dropping by today.

    Sweet wishes Rhonda

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    Nina'sWorld 

    7 years ago

    Great hub. I am interested in articles on how to keep the skin beautiful :-)

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thanks EricJM for your comment. I am glad you enjoyed my article. Thanks for dropping by.

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    EricJM 

    7 years ago

    I enjoyed your article.

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thanks June for your comment. You are very sweet. I use oil of olay now and always. I try to take good care of my skin. after all we only have one. Thanks for your lovely compliment.

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    June More 

    7 years ago

    You don't look like you have any worry's over beautiful skin. You are a gorgeous girl.

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    Rhonda Musch 

    8 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thank you Lyn for your comment. Your skin is always beautiful looking. Thanks for stopping by my hubs.

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    Lyn Marshall 

    8 years ago

    Great article. We all need to take better care of our skin. Right on girl.

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    Rhonda Musch 

    8 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thank you Gail for your comment. I am glad you liked it.

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    Gail Minor 

    8 years ago

    Great article.

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    Rhonda Musch 

    8 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thanks anonymous for your comment. Thanks for stopping by my hubs.

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    anonymous 

    8 years ago

    Great hubs.

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    Rhonda Musch 

    8 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thank you Elizabeth for your comment. I enjoyed writing it. I am glad you enjoyed reading it.

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    Elizabeth Jernigan 

    8 years ago

    I loved this Rhonda thanks for writing it.

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    8 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thank you Joy Dans for your comment.

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    Joy Dans 

    8 years ago

    Great article.

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    yaseen196882 

    8 years ago

    love u friend with lot of best wishes

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    yaseen196882 

    8 years ago

    love u friend with lot of best wishes

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    Eric Musch 

    8 years ago

    This is a great article.

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    8 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thanks Rosie2010 for your comment. We have all seen our fare share of raccoon eyes. Not a pretty site. Thanks for stopping by my hubs. It's always a pleasure to hear from you.

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    8 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thanks for your comment LSpel It means so much to me. I enjoy your articles as well.

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    Rosie Rose 

    8 years ago from Toronto, Canada

    Hiya Rhonda, great advice. I have to laugh when I read raccoon eyes.. I sure had my share of those when I was young oh so very long time ago. Good job.

    Have a nice day,

    Rosie

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    Lydia McCarter 

    8 years ago from The Murder Mitten

    What a great article Rhonda :)

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    8 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thanks for the tip. A.A. Zavala Thanks for stopping by my hubs.

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    8 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    KoffeeKlatch Gals thanks for the comment. Thanks for stopping by my hubs.

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    Augustine A Zavala 

    8 years ago from Texas

    I like to use a glycolic facewash followed by an astringent. Then top off with a moisterizer containing a high SPF. Thanks for sharing.

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    Susan Hazelton 

    8 years ago from Sunny Florida

    Skin does go a long way to promote beauty. Great tips and advice. I use Olay products, you can't beat them.

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