Vitamins For Your Skin and Neck
We all need to take care of our skin - whatever our age.
And we would like to share these two special products which are ideal for taking good care of your skin. Firstly, for firming that skin on our necks and secondly, for the skin on our faces including our lips.
The skin on our neck and chest is really delicate, with very little oil to provide natural hydration and protection and yet, so often we neglect this fragile area.
If you decide to turn your attention to your neck and diminish those tell-tale signs of aging (that can so easily start to develop on the neck and décolletage), then you will find our Simply Neck Oil very helpful to tone and tighten the skin as well as increase the appearance of the skin's overall elasticity.
The formula nourishes and hydrates the skin to help minimize developing lines, wrinkles and turkey neck.
How to Use Simply Neck Oil
- Cleanse skin with Simply Cleansing Oil or your favorite cleanser.
- Use fingertips to apply Simply Neck Oil to neck, jawline and décolletage in gentle circular motions.
- Make sure to massage up behind the ears and on back of neck to help preserve elasticity.
- Use morning and evening as part of your regular skin care routine.
Skin Vitamin Oil
Many of us take vitamin supplements, firmly believing that they make us healthier and fitter while giving a welcome boost to our daily diet. And vitamins play a big part in taking care of your skin. Remembering that it is your body’s largest organ so ensuring you get enough vitamins to keep your skin looking healthy and youthful will also mean less of the following:
Vitamin D which is easily made when sunlight is absorbed by your skin. When this happens, cholesterol converts to vitamin D which is then taken up your liver and kidneys and transported throughout the body to help create healthy cells. This includes the skin, where vitamin D plays an important role in skin tone. Up to twenty minutes of daily exposure to as much skin as possible helps to manufacture vitamin D throughout the skin while you can also supplement with vitamin D3 - especially during the winter months. The darker your skin and as you age means extra vitamin D is needed.
Vitamin C has excellent antioxidant properties, and its role in collagen production helps keep your skin healthy. Taking vitamin C orally decreases cell damage while helping the healing process of bodily wounds. Vitamin C can also help delay those signs of aging because of its vital role in the body’s natural collagen synthesis, helping to heal damaged skin and even reducing the appearance of wrinkles while helping repair and prevent dry skin.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant with its main function in skin care being to protect against sun damage, absorbing the harmful UV light from the sun when applied to the skin and helping to prevent dark spots and wrinkles.
Vitamin K is essential in aiding the body’s process of blood clotting, which helps the body heal wounds, bruises and areas affected by surgery. Vitamin K is also useful in helping the body to absorb vitamin D. The basic functions of vitamins are also thought to help certain skin conditions, such as stretch marks, spider veins, scars, dark spots as well as stubborn circles under your eyes.
You can of course now add vitamins to your skin by using our Simply Skin Vitamin Oil which is one of a kind nutritional blend of oils to feed the delicate skin on your face. Rich in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and Omega fatty acids, all essential for the balance and nourishment of your skin.
This rare Formula is made from a blend of pure natural cold pressed and expeller pressed precious oils with a small molecular structure so they can penetrate the skin and is ideal to use regularly on your face and neck.
How to use Simply Vitamin Skin Oil
Apply a generous amount to face and neck (not forgetting the lips which will also benefit) just before bed as a deep nourishing moisture treatment. The next morning, you will notice how your skin will be luminous and balanced. It is recommended either to use every night or a few times a week as you prefer.
There are other ways to look after your skin on your neck, your face and everywhere else
- Drink plenty of water, helping you to stay hydrated and making your skin soft with a healthy glow. This will also help to prevent acne breakouts.
- Eat vitamin C rich foods as well as those that contain omega-3 fatty acids.
- Drink green tea a couple of times a day which is high in antioxidants to help reduce inflammation and puffiness in the skin. The chilled teabags from your cup of green tea can be placed over the eyes for ten to fifteen minutes for an extra boost.
- Take time to de-stress and make sure you have regular exercise both for your body and your skin, helping to boost oxygen and nutrients to the skin.
- Make sure to get enough sleep. Teenagers need around 8 to 10 hours, while adults need 7 to 8 hours of sleep.
- Sleep on a silk or satin pillowcase. It will be much gentler on your skin and hair.
- Sleep on your back if you can to prevent creases and wrinkles.
- Reduce or eliminate caffeine, cigarettes and alcohol as these will dull and dry out your skin.
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