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I'm Ellyn Davis, Founder of Tree of Life Beauty. Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we discuss important ways to age gracefully, “how-tos” for keeping skin healthy as you age, and so much more about your skincare regimen.
This week we will discuss “How To Apply Makeup Without Damaging Your Skin.” If you missed any of our past newsletters, please feel free to email us at email@example.com. We will be happy to send a list of the available articles that we can forward to you.
Please be advised that we are not doctors or dermatologists, and this article should not be taken as medical advice or any medical statement. Any questions or issues involving your skin-care needs should be taken up with a physician, and we highly recommend you consult with your doctor before taking up any skin-care regimen.
Have you ever woken up the day after wearing a full face of makeup with your skin looking tired, feeling dry, and popping up with blemishes and inflammation? Makeup can clog your pores and tire out your skin and certain types of foundation can cause allergies, redness, dryness, acne, and irritation. So that makeup you’re using to cover up problem spots may actually be the real skin-damaging partner in crime.
So how do you find and apply makeup that won’t damage your face?
Here are our Tree of Life Beauty™ top 4 makeup tips to keep your skin glowing after applying your makeup:
There are only a few regulations on using the words “natural,” “organic,” “healthy,” etc in the makeup world.
Instead, flip the bottle over and look at the ingredients. Don’t recognize something? Type it into a search engine. If it’s a supplement, great! If it’s an unknown chemical, ditch it. Parabens? Keep moving!
Now you know what to eliminate from your makeup products, but what should you include inside your products? At Tree Life of Beauty™, we believe that if it’s going on your face, it should be helping your skin in some way. There are so many makeup lines that are natural and organic while also enhancing your features!
Although not necessary, choosing a foundation with vitamin C and other antioxidant protection is one of the best ways to mix skincare with makeup. Vitamin C has sun-shielding benefits, which can help protect your skin from UV rays (as we keep saying, sunscreen is always a must as well!). Vitamin C is also a natural way to make your skin look more vibrant—which is just want you want out of your foundation!
Before you apply makeup, always prep your face. If you apply makeup before cleansing, you trap dirt, debris, and bacteria that can clog your pores and seep into your skin.
Cleanse with a gentle soap that maintains your natural pH and apply a brightening, vitamin C toner to minimize pores. If your pores are tightened, the makeup particles aren’t able to get inside your skin. Plus, smaller pores can help make your complexion look even and flawless!
Makeup does the most harm if left on overnight or for extended periods of time. The longer it sits on your face, the longer your skin is wishing for a fresh breath of air. When you’re finished for the day, make sure that you gently wash your face with an oil-based cleanser.
Don’t let your makeup hurt the face it’s supposed to enhance. Protect it by using highly organic cleansers, toners, and makeup that brighten and smooth your skin for a gorgeous complexion—with and without foundation!
Feel free to email me anytime to ask YOUR anti-aging questions, and I will personally respond.
Have a fantastic day, and as always, “stay young, stay beautiful, and stay true to yourself.”
Tree of Life Beauty