Maintaining a regular skin care routine is only part of what helps sustain a beautiful complexion. Studies show that a nutrient-rich diet; regular exercise and drinking plenty of water may also contribute to youthful, healthy skin. Along with good habits, lowering your stress levels and incorporating the following types of cleansers and moisturizers into your skin care regimen will keep your skin looking fresh and revived. After all, who doesn’t want to look ten years younger?

Neem Soap

Harvested from the Neem, a tree native to India and the tropics, Neem oils has been used for centuries as a powerful anti-bacterial and anti-viral agent. In soap formulations Neem has been shown to soothe dry skin, relieve itching and dryness, and act as a gentle exfoliant, removing product buildup and toxins, leaving skin healthy and revitalized. We recommend using Neem soap twice daily followed with a hydrating moisturizer of facial oil. Tamanu Oil Relatively new to the natural beauty scene, Tamanu oil’s high fatty acid content and healing antibiotic properties make it an excellent solution for problem skin. Simultaneously hydrating and curative,

Tamanu oil

has demonstrated restorative properties when used on rashes, sores and dry skin, making it an effective treatment against acne and problem skin. Wash skin thoroughly with a gentle cleanser and apply a few drops of Tamanu oil to the skin using a circular motion.

CoQ10

The secret weapon of anti-aging gurus everywhere, CoQ10 has been used for years in capsule form for its ability to protect the body against free radical damage while restoring energy levels. When applied topically to the skin CoQ10 moisturizers have a similar effect, resulting in firmer, younger-looking skin with decreased lines and wrinkles. CoQ10 is commonly found in moisturizers and cleansers, and when made part of a regular routine, can leave skin smooth, supple and new.

Vitamin C

We all know vitamin C is great for keeping colds at bay, but did you know that this powerful antioxidant can promote collagen production in the skin, which declines as we age? There are a number of moisturizers and serums on the market today that contain healthy doses of vitamin C to even skin tone and reduce age spots. We recommend using these once daily to neutralize the free radicals that contribute to the visible signs of aging.

While proper hydration, a nutritious diet and regular exercise contribute to keeping skin clear and beautiful, a regular skin care routine that includes targeted cleansers and moisturizers can also keep skin looking young and beautiful.