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Beauty After Twenty five

The skin which cannot retain its moisture turns dry, rough, dull and wrinkled. routine after you pass your mid twenties so that the cells in your skin can retain maximum moisture and your skin remains firm, moist and young right up to old age.

Some people believe erroneously that moisturizing creams and lotions alone will keep the moisture level of the skin in perfect balance. It is a good idea to use homemade moisturizing cream regularly after the age of 25 onwards, because this cream helps keep the skin soft, dewy and alive. But before applying any cream, remove all traces of makeup with homemade cleansing cream. To make the cream take one tablespoon of gram flour and mix to a paste with cream of milk. Blot dry and then apply this homemade cream on the face and neck.

Mix in tour tablespoons of cream of milk, two melted. After you cross 25 use only moisture laden foundation creams because they not only protect a dry skin and help maintain a normal skin but also protect the skin from wind, sun, cold and dust. Beauty is both natural as well as acquired. This happens because the cells lying at the skin layers lose its ability to retain their moisture.
This loss of moisture of the skin makes it turn rough, dry, dull, and wrinkled.
You need to put efforts to make your skin retain the maximum possible moisture which will keep your skin youthful till the old age.

Remember that the inner health of your skin is of more importance than looking after the outer skin. Removing all traces of makeup before applying homemade cleansing cream should be done.

After drying apply the homemade cream on your face and neck.

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