Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Parents 'should teach children good natural skin care routines'

Posted by Tony Milner

Parents can instil a good skincare routine in their daughters from a young age and should encourage them to use natural skin care products, a commentator has suggested.

Yan Wang, writing for CBS News, stated that many teenage girls have great skin and do not require foundation and instead advised using a tinted moisturiser.

She suggested that this would help keep the skin looking radiant and young, evening out the skin tone and avoiding those products which are too heavy.

Another benefit that this type of natural skin care product has is that it has a skin protection factor and so can protect the wearer from the effects of the sun.

When it comes to lipstick, the commentator also claimed that it is worth using minimal coverage on the lips.

She said: 'When it comes to the mouth, natural is better, so typically a nice coat of chap stick should do. If that's just not enough to satisfy them, gloss is popular.'

Earlier this month, Seattle plastic surgeon Dr Wandra Miles emphasised the importance of developing a consistent natural skin care routine.ADNFCR-2885-ID-19900407-ADNFCR

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