We need Vitamin D, but probably not as much as you were thinking. Your face is burned and your pride (okay my pride I'm an aesthetician) is hurt from your very burned skin. A lack of vitamin D can cause a loss of bone density, muscle weakness, weak immune system, depression, even hair loss. While the easiest way to make sure you are getting a good amount of D is to expose yourself to sunlight, you want to limit your exposure to 15 to 30 minutes. People who have fair or sensitive skin will want to opt to the 15 minute limit and those with more pigmentation will look at the 30 minute zone. You'll notice that neither of these times is that long which is where I slipped up... And I really do know better.
"Help, I'm going through menopause and I don't know what to do with my skin." If this is you, don't panic. Take it from someone who has gone through a tumultuous transition, I'm here to help you avoid my struggles.
I hear it all the time, “I’m too old to wear powder foundation.” Girlfriend! Your choice in foundation has nothing to do with age, but everything to do with skin type. So for today, we are going to focus on foundation for dry, sensitive, and mature skin types.
Your skin is breaking out, looking angry, or feeling dry and you have no idea why. There are very few people blessed with perfectly balanced skin that withstands life’s trials and tribulations. Even people who may have made it through the delicate years of adolescence without acne can develop sensitive skin later in life. Unfortunately taking care of your skin can be a full time job, but there are a few things you can do to make that job easier. Here is our three-pronged approach to treating the skin you’re in.