OROGOLD Examines Celebrity Skin Care Tips: Keep or Toss? ORO GOLD Reviews

You want to look younger? Who doesn’t? Ever dreamt of having flawless body like your favorite celebs? Who hasn’t?  Let us get you in on a secret. It’s certainly not impossible to enjoy a flawless looking body like your favorite celebrity, but it’s certainly not going to be easy. Ensuring that your body looks flawless is a time consuming job that requires a lot of discipline and self control. We rounded up some of the top tips offered by celebrities to let you in on their little secrets. Skin care and body care are certainly not as easy as they make them sound, but these tips are definitely an excellent place to start.

Denise Richards in front of the OROGOLD wallCelebrity Tip from Denise Richards (in her interview with OK Magazine!) – Be particular about what you put on your skin and your body.

It’s great to have a skin care and body care routine, but you should ensure that you use products which actually suit your skin type. Choosing products is about checking for their compatibility with your skin and glancing through the ingredient list, not about getting attracted to that fancy looking jar and amazing marketing. If a brand can offer you the best of both worlds, why not!

Actress Kristin DunstCelebrity Tip from Kirsten Dunst (in her interview with Stylelist.com) – Moisturize your skin twice a day.

Any skin care routine requires you to follow two routines – one for the mornings and one for your nightly skin care. Both routines require certain basic processes such as cleansing, using serums and moisturizing the skin. OROGOLD suggests that you use a protective moisturizer in the mornings that prepares your skin for the day and acts as the perfect base for your minimalist make-up application and a hydrating moisturizer at night so that you can enjoy a softer and smoother look the next morning. 

Actress Ellen PompeoCelebrity Tip from Ellen Pompeo (in her interview with the Allure Magazine) – Drink a lot of water.

OROGOLD has always advised its customers to drink a lot of water so as to ensure that their skin and their body remains hydrated. When you drink water, it doesn’t directly affect the skin. It flushes through your intestines and gets absorbed into the blood stream. Only then does it get filtered to the kidneys, the point when it hydrates the cells of your body. Thus, drinking water might not directly hydrate your skin, but it ensures that your body functions normally. OROGOLD advises you to add topical skin care moisturizers that allow you to enjoy a hydrated look. This helps you to take care of hydration from the inside as well as the outside.

Celebrity Tip from Nicole Richie (in her interview with the New York Times) – Don’t wear a lot of make-up so that your skin has some space to breathe.

While wearing make-up isn’t necessarily a bad thing (it somewhat protects your skin from the sun), wearing too much of make-up can torment your skin. And didn’t you follow the recently concluded New York Fashion Week? Going “au naturel” is the hippest thing in the world of fashion. The lesser the make-up, the more fashionable you look. Remember, the idea is to add subtle amounts of make-up so as to highlight your main features, not to look plastic.  OROGOLD advises you to follow a proper and well defined skin care routine and concentrate on that UVA and UVB protection so that your skin looks beautiful even without make-up.

Remember, you don’t have a team of professionals helping you out with every aspect of skin and body care. You don’t have a huge fan following to give you that extra motivation. But, you do have that dream. Cling on to it with both hands and stay focused. A flawless looking body is easy to find, provided you give it the attention that it deserves.

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Solve Common Skin Issues

The climate can play a major role in damaging and torturing your skin. As a result, suffering from a range of skin issues has become very common all over the world. Moreover, modern day lifestyles offer us with less and less time to take care of our skin. Hectic schedules, constant stress and poor eating and sleeping habits don’t help either. Luckily for you, OROGOLD reviews the most common skin care issues and offers simple non-invasive treatments for each of them.

 

Aging shown on woman- half mature skin, half young skinWhat can I do about my sun damaged, dull and aging skin?

Your skin can get tired the same way your body does after a long day at work. After all, protecting your body 24/7 from the damage caused by free radicals is not easy. So, if your skin begins to revolt due to the lack of rest by showing symptoms of aging, it might be time to give it a recharge. Dull and sun damaged skin requires a good exfoliator and topical applications of nutrient enriched creams. Your dull skin usually occurs when dead skin cells get stuck on the surface. By removing them through exfoliation, you allow your skin to look radiant once more. It is also important to use a broad spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 to prevent further sun damage. Using Vitamin C enriched moisturizers and serums should help you get rid of sun spots over time. If you’re looking for something more serious, you could go for microdermabrasion or light chemical peels.

 

What can I do about my oily and acne prone skin?

Cleansing is not enough when it comes to removing dirt, dead skin and oils from your pores. You need that something extra to clear pores, prevent breakouts, activate new cell growth, reduce oils and increase your cell turnover. Exfoliating is extremely important when it comes to oily skin. It helps to reduce the oil content from your skin and also allows you to shed off your dead skin. Eye creams are very important as well. You might feel that you don’t need eye creams because of your oily skin, but you do. The skin around your eyes is much more sensitive and thinner. Therefore, it doesn’t produce the same amount of oils. Using eye creams should help you prevent wrinkles. If you’re prone to acne, you should stay away from avocado oil and products with alcohol or chemicals in them.

 

Woman examining her wrinkles in the mirrorWhat can I do to prevent sun spots, acne scars and wrinkles?

You don’t need to carry those sun spots, wrinkles and acne scars with you throughout your life. You can easily prevent them or get rid of them even after they appear. The first and foremost thing that you need to do is ensure that you apply a broad spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 protection every single day. Topical solutions that contain Vitamin C and Vitamin E also help you to prevent skin spots, acne scars and wrinkles. Finally, you should also try to stay away from perfumes and colognes as much as possible, particularly when you plan to be out in the sun.

 

What can I do to prevent uneven skin and fine lines?

Exfoliation is one of the best ways to treat uneven skin. It helps you to reduce your acne scars and smooth out the outer layers of your skin. But, if you’re looking to prevent uneven skin and also take care of those fine lines, you need something extra. The simplest way to deal with uneven skin is to increase your water intake, applying broad spectrum sunscreens with SPF 30 on a regular basis, exercising regularly and substituting junk food with green leafy vegetables and fruits.

 

How do I take care of my saggy and wrinkled skin?

Saggy skin usually becomes a problem as you become older. This is mainly because the production of collagen and elastin reduces with age and the damage caused to your skin over the years begin to catch up. The best way to take care of your soggy and wrinkled skin is to perform 30 minutes of exercises every day, follow a healthy diet which contains green vegetables, fruits, healthy fats, proteins and roughage, drinking at least 10 glasses of water every day and applying skin care creams and serums that contain ingredients like Vitamin C, Resveratrol and Aloe Vera.