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Maintaining Skin Health During Coronavirus

Maintaining skin health during  Conoravirus outbreak while social distancing and abiding by the stay at home rules, can add stress to your skin’s condition. Especially if you are a regular at Georgia Dermatology’s Spa Center where you have received customized skin care. It’s understandable that you want to maintain your glowing skin.

Harmful effects can take havoc on skin from a lack of exercise, change in diet and stress. To avoid breakouts and aging during the coming weeks inside, practice these good skin care tips that can be done at home.

Keep Your Body & Your Skin Hydrated!

maintaining skin health during CoronavirusExperts agree that the best way to help your skin right now, is keeping it moisturized. Since you are constantly washing your hands, they are probably becoming dry so be sure to be generous with hand lotion.

When going out for a breath of fresh air, don’t forget the sunscreen! Sunny, cloudy and in between, those harmful rays can cause irreversible damage including premature aging. Use layers of hydration with your sunscreen. Incorporate layers using a serum, a hydrating toner, light moisturizer and sunscreen.

Don’t forget your insides need moisturizing too! Drink plenty of water. Keep a bottle of H2O by your side all day long. it’s been said to make your skin both softer and more supple. Drinking water also may reduce acne. Health authorities suggest the amount of water to drink per day is eight 8-ounce glasses of water.

At Home Facial

Heather Riley, the esthetician at Georgia Dermatology’s Spa, agrees that staying at home during this time is very important. Hopefully, we’ll be back to where we can enjoy our face treatments once again. In the mean time, it is important to maintain your regular skin care regime. It can be tempting to get a little lazy with your skin care routine, too, but estheticians say consistency is really key.

Continuing your normal regimen, morning and night, will keep your skin on track. When you stray from your products, you’ll notice a dulled and dehydrated complexion, more congestion and a greater chance for breakouts.

Once a week try giving your face a little treat with an in-home facial. It will help to de-congest your pores, improve circulation, remove excess dead skin cells and support their skin with beneficial nutrients like vitamins, proteins, minerals and antioxidants.

Maintaining Skin Health During Coronavirus

If you want to maintain skin health during Coronavirus outbreak, remember that the best thing you can do is to stay hydrated both on your skin with moisturizer and by drinking plenty of fluids.

Maintaining skin health during Coronavirus during these uncertain times avoid these:

  • Please don’t touch your face: The priority is to ignore the breakouts by not touching any pimples to spread them or create acne scars It’s good advice for staying healthy, too.
  • Fight back against breakouts: Get plenty of sleep, drink lots of water, take probiotics, keep a steady, healthy diet and increase your intake of leafy greens.

Heather at Georgia Dermatology Center in Cumming, GA is anxious to get back to doing what she loves, keeping your skin healthy and glowing. Hopefully it won’t be long!



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