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March 31, 2021

Shaving Your Face And Other Tips For Younger Looking Skin


Shaving Your Face And Other Tips For Younger Looking Skin By Barbies Beauty Bits

Did I just say women should shave their faces? I sure did as "Aging Is A Fact Of Life. But Looking Your Age Is Not." I did not come up with that, but it is one of my favorite skincare quotes. As it is just not biological age that is the only contributing factor to aging skin. While getting older is inevitable, how our skin ages is something we DO have control over!  And this is where shaving your face comes in. So if you want to find out how you can have younger-looking skin, continue reading!

Eating Your Way To Healthy Glowing Skin
Ever hear of the expression you are what you eat?  Well, it has never been more true, than when it comes to the health of your skin.

You see, healthy, glowing skin starts with the nourishment within our body. We are shedding skin cells and replacing them with new ones every day, but this desquamation process slows down as we get older. One way to make sure that the body sheds the dead skin cells and produces new cells is by having an essential supply of vital nutrients.

Fruit and vegetables are amazing foods for a healthy complexion and the best way to hydrate your skin from the inside. They contain antioxidants that can help stimulate collagen production and keep the skin plump and youthful. They are also rich in vitamins that protect the skin against free radicals.

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Fruits And Vegetables High In Antioxidants And Vitamins

  • Advocados~Have skin healing and protective properties. They contain vitamins C and E as well as monounsaturated fat (healthy fat that keeps our skin plump and moisturized)
  • Green Tea helps to combat free radical damage and collagen breakdown.
  • Watermelon~ Not only does this fruit hydrate as it is 92% water, but it helps to flush the body of toxins! And let's not forget about the antioxidants that can help to fight free radicals.
  • Lemons: When life gives you lemons, take them as they are rich in Vitamin C, a primary antioxidant that helps protect cells from damaging free-radicals. Lemons are supplemented with antibacterial properties, which is fantastic at purging the skin of toxins and blemishes. Overall, lemons can bring a much-needed glow to your complexion by rejuvenating the skin from within!
  • Dark leafy greens like radish leaves, spinach, and mustard greens have vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that help prevent skin aging.

Develop Healthy Skincare Habits

Use Skincare Products With Vitamin C In Them
When it comes to getting brighter, younger looking skin—Vitamin C is a game-changer. This water-soluble antioxidant is a natural component of healthy skin.  The younger we are, the more vitamin C we have on our skin. But as we get older, we lose these nutrients over time.

Luckily, skincare products can help lessen this damage, so the skin looks healthier and radiant. Vitamin C is an ingredient that should be part of everyone’s skincare routine—regardless of age or skin type. It’s known and loved for its brightening and anti-aging abilities, and dermatologists also tout it for being one of the most potent protective antioxidants out there to help reduce skin inflammation and irregular pigmentation while promoting healthy collagen production. 

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Use Skincare Products Infused With CBD
Known for its healing properties, cannabidiol offers some serious antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits which can be beneficial in treating skin concerns like inflammation, dryness, and free radical damage.

One of my favorite skincare lines is TreCeuticals. They combine science with nature, by adding 80 mg of full spectrum CBD to all of thier products, setting them apart from all other brands on the market. Combine this with three other powerful active ingredients – retinol, hydroxy acids, and antioxidants-you're on your way to younger looking skin.

Shaving Your Face For Younger Looking Skin Barbies Beauty Bits

Vow To Shave Your Face
You see, as we age, the process of desquamation slows down, meaning that our body is slower to shed dead skin cells and produce new ones.

Shaving Your Face is one of the best at home techniques to exfoliating the skin and speeding up your natural cell turnover to uncover the fresh, healthy skin underneath the layers of dead surface skin cells.

Shaving Your Face Helps To:

  • Improve your skin tone and texture
  • Promote cellular turnover
  • Diminish fine lines and wrinkles
  • Minimizes the appearance of age spots and other sun damage  
  • Even out skin tone and texture
  • Unclog and reduce the appearance of pore size
  • Stimulate blood flow to help improve the skin's elasticity  
  • Offer better penetration of your skincare products

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Mask Mapping: Multi-Masking
One size does not fit all, and this comes to skincare as well. Everyone’s skin features its very own personality, with specific needs, individual concerns, and personal likes and dislikes. Enter Mask Mapping...

Instead of applying the same mask to your entire face, there is a better approached called mask mapping. This technique allows you to use multiple face masks to different areas of your face for a customized treatment that checks all your anti-aging needs!

The Best Non Surgical Treatments For The Face By Barbies Beauty Bits

Non Surgical Treatments For The Face
Many people wish to improve their appearance but are not ready to pursue a surgical solution. For this reason, many places, like a  Botox medical spa, offer a wide range of non-surgical skin resurfacing treatments that can help to restore a more youthful, beautiful complexion. There are many different skin resurfacing treatments, including micro-needling, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and Botox, that has helped millions of individuals achieve a rejuvenated appearance and restore their self-confidence in their appearance! And the best part; without having to go under the knife!

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25 comments

  1. I have been shaving my face! I find I get hairier as I age, so yeah. Must shave!

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  2. These are some great tips for keeping the skin healthy inside and out. I will keep this in mind and borrow my husband's razor once in a while.

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  3. This post is really informative, I really love your tips.

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  4. I have heard that shaving is a good way to exfoilate. I will be doing this more.

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  5. I'm already doing some of these tips and I'm definitely following all of it. Thanks!

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  6. I love all your tips.. thanks for sharing helpful info on this article.

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  7. Nice tips.Aside from eating fruits and vegetables, it is also good if you have a best skin care products that helps your skin ro make it more beautiful and healthy.

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  8. Thank you for the tips. I'm considering getting botox. Soon, maybe. -LYNNDEE

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  9. I would love to try some of these. I do have a face moisturizer with vitamin C in it, but I need to try the others!

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  10. I would love try this . I didn't know that we can shave face. I am afraid of strong hairy growth after shaving.

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  11. I know that I need more vegetables and fruit in my diet. It's interesting for point of view about shaving the face!

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    1. My friend tried it and liked it. She said that it's really good!

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  12. Indeed well written and the list are very helpful too! I will take note of the fruits and veggies to eat too.

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  13. Oh, wow! I had no idea that shaving was actually good for a woman's skin. I always bought into the myth that it made your hair grow back thicker. Interseting.

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  14. I never shaved but I am willing to give it a try. I do like the list of great foods for the skin and avocados are number one.

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  15. I'm glad to see I'm already doing a number of these things. Have to take care of my skin as I get older.

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  16. I've never heard of women shaving their faces before. I hate shaving everything else so I don't think I'll be picking that one up. Eating better is a must tho!

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  17. I couldn't agree more with all your points, that's why I always eat healthy and shave my face sometime.

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  18. Scarlett BrooklynJune 17, 2021 at 8:01 AM

    We are what we eat, so I couldn't agree more with eating healthy and that it helps with our skin's youthful glow.

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  19. These are some great ideas. I have never shaved my face before, but often thought about it. I'll have to give that a try.

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  20. Fruit and veg really make a big impact on the skin. We I eat plenty each day my skin looks great.

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  21. i think i shave enough as it is. kinda apprehensive about the face tbh

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  22. I have used a shaver on my face. I am prone to combination skin and it does make my skin smoother and gets rid of dry spots.

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  23. I am scared to shave the face. Thanks for sharing this tips really useful .

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  24. I couldn't agree more with you! Eating healthy is very important.

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