Beauty tips for smokers
Smoking is one of the most harmful bad habits not only for the health, but also for beauty. In addition to lung cancer risk and clogged arteries, tobacco causes the appearance of skin aging wrinkles, softens your skin tone, helps the appearance of spots and blemishes.
The skin gets dehydrated, loses luminosity, wrinkles and skin blemishes appear and the level of collagen and elastin decreases, making it difficult the healing of wounds and / or operations.
Ah! Besides all this, smoking also smells bad, deteriorates smelling and prevents from perceiving the smell. And this, for a perfume lover, is very hard … isn’t it?
Beauty care for smokers
– Moisturize: to compensate the loss of skin hydration due to tobacco. If the skin needs to be hydrated regularly, a smoker’s skin will need extra hydration.
Moisturizing creams as Biotherm Aquasource or Clinique Superdefense are a good example of cosmetics that will provide that extra moisture that the skin needs.
– Exfoliate: to renew the skin cells. It is essential to exfoliate your skin at least once a week to remove dead surface cells and leave skin smooth, fresh and bright.
– Vitamin C: Smoker’s skin loses oxygen. Vitamin C is essential, as it is a powerful antioxidant that recovers the skin.
Natura Bissé cosmetics, line C + C Vitamin contain a 3% of vitamin C encapsulated, which gives the skin firmness, elasticity, tone and vitamin E, which prevents signs of premature aging.
– Anti-blemish treatment: as we have already mentioned in the blog, there are antiblemish cosmetics for skin with freckles and spots that can help eliminate these anti-aesthetic marks from present to past smokers, as the line of Even Better by Clinique or Intensiv Anti Spot Serum by Shiseido.
– Antiaging cosmetics: anti-aging creams and serums, lip balms or products for lip contour help fight against those anti-aesthetic wrinkles that may arise from contracting the lips while holding the cigarette.
– Luminous makeup: a good concealer and an illuminator will compensate for the loss of skin light because of smoking or a foundation that provides light to the skin and a blusher that gives a good look and healthy finish.
– Hair products that provide shine and volume: Smoking softens the hair life. So you have to compensate for the loss of brightness and volume using especific hair products.
We expect that our beauty tips for smokers make up for the aesthetic damage caused by tobacco. Although, undoubtedly the best advice we can give is this: Stop smoking. Your health will thank you and you will gain in beauty.