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What are some essential skincare products?


An essential health and beauty regimen begins with skincare. Daily use of a cleanser and an exfoliator helps keep your skin smooth and free of blemishes. Even those with oily skin should use a high-quality moisturiser to keep the skin nourished and youthful. Products with built-in sun protection provide an extra line of defence against ultraviolet radiation damage. UV exposure ages the skin over time and is also the primary cause of skin cancer. Many beauty products contain UV protectants, and dedicated sunscreens are also available. Take good care of your lips, as they are especially vulnerable to UV radiation due to their prominence and their low levels of melanin.


How do you use makeup to your best advantage?


As makeup applied over a primer lasts longer and wears better, consider investing in face and eye primers. A foundation matched to your skin tone ideally covers blemishes, smooths the skin, and creates an even appearance. After you have your base layer in place, experiment with eyeshadows, eyeliners, mascara, and blush. Use light makeup in demure colours for professional settings, or try brighter colours or striking combinations for a night out. As for application, quality makeup brushes perfectly blend your foundations, blushes, and so on for smooth, even coverage and colour. To ensure your skin stays healthy, you also need a makeup remover for the end of the day. Cloths, mineral oil, and cold cream all work, and the choice comes down to personal preference. Afterwards, apply a gentle moisturiser to your face to soothe and rehydrate the skin because makeup can dry the sensitive skin of your face, particularly if worn for a long period of time, and makeup removal can also be irritating and drying.


How should you care for your teeth?


Ideally, you should brush your teeth at least twice a day. Use a pea-sized amount of toothpaste, and take care to brush each individual tooth thoroughly. For a more thorough cleaning regimen, brush after every meal, but allow half an hour for the enamel to harden if you have consumed acidic food or beverage. Manual toothbrushes do their job, but electric toothbrush options make it easier to target each tooth. Whether you choose to go electric or not, change your toothbrush or brush head about every three months. In addition, use dental floss at least once a day to clean between your teeth, where your toothbrush cannot reach. Doing so prevents plaque build-up. For a brighter smile, you can turn to whitening products, but keep in mind have do not any health benefits, and the results are entirely cosmetic. You can choose from a variety of whitening methods, including whitening toothpastes, strips, pens, and syringes. Once your teeth are clean and white, gently use a tongue scraper to remove residue off your tongue. This helps prevent bad breath and can also help to stave off more serious oral infections.