This is how you get baby soft skin

Everyone wants to have baby-soft skin, but this can be quite hard to achieve. The main reason for this is because your skin is constantly facing the elements. It is open to cold, warmth, moisture and dryness every single day and if you are not careful this can leave it feeling uncared for and generally not very smooth. If you want to avoid all of this however then there are a few things that you can do to try and give yourself the support you need.

Rinse and Cleanse

The first thing that you need to do is make sure that you are rinsing and cleansing your skin 

once every single day. It is so important that you use products that are more than suitable for your skin type and it is also important that you use a different product for your face when compared to the rest of your body. For your face, try and use a soap that is very gentle and also try and use a cleaner as well. When you have done this, then apply some moisturiser. You also need to make sure that you are getting your recommended 8 glasses of water every single day as well as this will help you to hydrate your skin from the inside out. When you do clean your face, make sure that you are using a sponge or even a cloth that has very soft fabric. If you don’t then you may find that you end up harming your skin way more than you did before.

Exfoliate

Exfoliating is very important if you want to have super soft skin. You have to do this around 3 times a week. When you do exfoliate you will soon find that this helps you to remove any dead skin cells and it even helps to buff the skin back to great condition as well. When you exfoliate you will also find that this helps you to remove any dirt, oil build-up and even dead cells as well. This will really help you to get that super soft skin and it can also help you to make sure that you are always stopping the chance of blackheads from occurring.

Moisture Support

If you feel as though your skin needs some more moisture then you need to try and select a product that is suitable for both your age and your skin type. Change your products from time to time as well because if you don’t then this could cause a chemical build-up and it could also cause you to lose out on additional moisture as well. If you want to take things to that next level then you may want to consider some anti-aging skincare cream. This will really help you not get a great result out of your routine and it is also one of the best ways for you to get your skin nice and soft at the end of the day as well so do keep that in mind when you are planning out everything.

Speak soon,

Lotsa love

AG xxo

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Am I too old for braces?

As teens, many of us will have gone through an awkward stage where our teeth grew longer and started to fork into weird shapes in our mouths. Having the perfect smile has always been something everyone strives for because it is know to be one of the most attractive features of a person. This is why in our teens many of us end up getting braces to straighten out the teeth and sort out imperfections.

When you get older however, you might think to yourself that you should have taken the chance to get braces while you were in school. You may have missed out on the chance to get your treatment done for free, however now it will cost you a large sum of money for straightening.

There is something which seems a little embarrassing about wearing braces when you are an adult. Even if they are clear braces  or behind the teeth, it can feel odd to go to a bar with your friends and know that you have to hide your teeth all night. However when it comes to straightening out a crooked smile, the effort is worth the work. But is there a point when you become to old to have braces fitted?

How Braces Work

The whole concept behind dental braces is to place pressure on the teeth from certain angles in order to push teeth backwards, push teeth forwards and to make sure there are no gaps between your teeth. There are many different devices and mechanisms which dentists will use to straighten out your teeth, and the most common form of those is the common train track braces. Braces are most commonly used in orthodontic procedures and are used to pull the teeth in every which direction in order to make room for bone to grow and your teeth to become straight.

It is most commonly a practice used on teenagers as their bodies are still developing so they can adapt easier to the movement in their mouths. However, they can also be used on adults, and in fact 1 in 5 orthodontist patients are over the age of 18. The main issue you will find with adults  is that they are more insecure about the way braces will look and the process may take longer than with a child, however it doesn’t mean that anyone can’t have braces if they want or need them.

Innovations

The type of braces which are available to the public in this day and age are a huge amount different to what was available back 20 years ago. The only option back the would have been the metal braces with a bar across. However, today you will be able to find that there are plastic braces, backwards braces, see-through braces and even ones with gold wire. Most teenagers will opt for the metal braces with colourful elastics on, however as an adult you would Probably want a most subtle brace which you can’t really see as much. Braces are much more effective these days and the course is less uncomfortable in the mouth too.

If you want a different type of brace to the metal ones, a great option for adults is a ceramic brace. The ceramic is matched to your natural tooth colour which means it will barely be noticeable to many people passing by, and they are incredibly strong which is great for your teeth.

Confidence

If you truly feel as if you are not confident enough to get braces as an adult, you need to thoroughly think through the decision and decide how important it is for you to have perfect teeth. If this is something which you notice every single day in the mirror, and it affects your quality of life  because you are self conscious to smile- you need to be strong and take action for your own sake as well as everyone else around you. Remember what is important and put your future happiness first. You might feel embarrassed for a few months while the braces are in, but once they are out you will have a lifetime of smiling and being happy with your teeth.

You are never too old to get braces out into your mouth. As long as you have the confidence to get it done and you have done all of the relevant research, there is no reason why you cannot work to get that perfect smile you have always wanted to have. It will make you happier and allow you to smile.

Is this something you gals would look in to?

Speak soon,

Lotsa love

AG xxo