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Skin Care 101

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Do you have skincare concerns?  There are many possible concerns you can have.  Dry skin, oily skin, wrinkles and uneven skin tone, just to name a few.  There are also just as many solution to your skincare concerns.  

Things to consider When caring for your skin.
Drink plenty of water-

Image result for water and your skinHow Much to Drink

Experts generally suggest drinking between six and eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day. According to Cleveland Clinic, looking at the color of your urine can help you determine how much water you need. To stay healthy and hydrated, it should be a very pale yellow, like the color of straw. If it becomes completely clear, you may be drinking too much. If it's yellow, you need to drink a little more.

Skin Appearance

When your blood gets thick and water-deficient from organs pulling water from it, the blood in turn pulls water from skin cells, according to Dr. Richard Besser, the chief health and medical editor at ABC News. This causes your skin to look dry and your eyes to look darker and sunken. Over time, the condition can age you faster. When your skin is dry, it’s less resilient and elastic, making it prone to wrinkling. If you’re not feeling thirsty, however, it probably hasn’t gotten to the point of dehydration that affects your skin, says Besser.

Healthy Eating-

Image result for eating and your skinSure, your diet keeps your body slim and healthy, but its impact doesn’t stop there. The food you eat—from wrinkle-fighting antioxidants in fruits and vegetables to hydrating healthy fats in fish—may matter to your skin almost as much as it does to your waistline. Is your way of noshing helping or hurting your complexion? We asked top docs for their take on the face-friendliness of six popular diets. Read on to see if yours passes the beauty test, and find out how you can alter what you eat for A-plus skin.
Getting The Right Amount of Sleep-
A good night's sleep can mean good skin health because when you’re sleep-deprived, your body makes more of the stress hormone cortisol. Elevated levels of cortisol can lead to increased stress and inflammation in the body, hurting your skin’s quality.

The Skin Benefits of Exercise-

Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your entire body and your skin. Because it increases circulation, exercise also increases the amount of oxygen that’s delivered to your skin. This is what gives your skin that youthful, radiant glow just after you’ve hit the gym. Increased circulation also nourishes your skin, which can have a positive effect on acne by helping to reduce the bacteria that lead to breakouts.  Regular exercise also helps your skin indirectly by improving sleep quality and relieving stress. Inadequate sleep and unhealthy sleeping patterns can negatively affect your skin’s appearance and may even lead to premature aging.

Sun Protection-
Sun exposure is responsible for most of the visible aging of your skin—far more than all other factors combined. Yes, UV rays from the sun are the primary cause of wrinkles, pigmentation, sun spots, reduced skin elasticity, the degradation of skin texture, and many other signs of skin aging. In fact, many scientific estimates have shown that up to 80-90% of how young or old you look for your age is due to how much sun exposure you’ve sustained. And this has been shown repeatedly, in different parts of the world, over many years and in many different clinical studies.

A Skin Care Routine-

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Step 1: Cleanse
Image result for Avon skincare routineUse morning and night.  Anew Cleaners remove makeup and impurities preparing the skin for moisturizers and treatment.

Step 2: Treat

Image result for avon anew treatment concentrate serumBENEFITS 
• Anti-aging serum complements moisturizers to hydrate, smooth, and firm skin
• Advance Boost Technology helps diminish fine lines and wrinkles while increasing skin's natural radiance
• Dramatically improves skin's overall appearance
• Hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic 
• Allergy-tested and dermatologist-tested 
• Suitable for sensitive skin

Image result for avon anew treatment concentrate serumBENEFITS
• Skin looks smoother and clearer and even toned
• Enhances skin clarity
• Fights overall photodamage
• Improves skin tone and resiliency
• Visibly improves skin's imperfections
• Contains Vitamin C and E
• Oil-free
• Dermatologist tested
• Noncomedogenic, hypoallergenic and nonacnegenic  
• In 2 weeks, skin looks brighter, smoother, clearer and more even-toned*

Image result for Anew Clinical Line Eraser with Retinol TreatmentBENEFITS 
• Contains retinol (#1 anti-wrinkle ingredient recommended by dermatologists)
• Lightweight 
• Fragrance-free and oil-free
• Suitable for all skin types (normal, dry, oily, combination) 
• Glides on effortlessly and absorbs quickly 
• Clinically shown to reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles in just days
• Provides an overall youthful appearance
• Allergy-tested and dermatologist-tested
• Non-comedogenic and non-acnegenic 

Step 3: Moisturize 

Anew Platinum Firm and Sculpt Cream for Neck and Chest - 1BENEFITS 
• Restore radiant and youthful appearance
• Lift and firm skin on face, jaw, and neck
• Helps improve the look of skin’s texture, clarity, skin tone, fine wrinkles and crow’s feet
• Non-sticky and non-greasy 
• Hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic 
• Allergy-tested and dermatologist-tested

Anew Platinum Night Cream - 1BENEFITS 
• In one day make your skin look more radiant
• In 7 days*, this night cream reduces enlarged pores and evens complexion
• Moisturizes skin to erase fine lines and make skin appear well rested
• Immediately boosts skin's hydration by 137%
• Is non-greasy and non-oily
• Non-comedogenic 
• Allergy-tested and dermatologist-tested

Anew Platinum Firm and Sculpt Cream for Neck and Chest - 1

• Contains Peptide Lifting Complex
• Recontours the look of sagging skin
• Helps minimize the appearance for sagging skin and wrinkles
• Visibly smooths and tightens skin
• Helps restore the look o

Get Your Skin Care Consultation
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If your're looking for immediate products suggestions you can visit my E-store and use Avon's     Skin Care Advisor Tool.  You will be asked a few easy questions about your skin,then based on your answers, you will receive a list of Anew Skin Care recommendations with info about the products and how to used them.  Then you can take a look at the products and choose to purchase the entire regimen at once or start with a few.  whether you start with the full regimen or purchase a few at a time starting now and taking the first steps to having healthier skin is one of the best things you can do for yourself.
I really hope this will help answer questions you have about Avon's skincare regimens, but if you still have questions, feel free to contact me anytime.  You can also 

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