How To Get Your Best Skin Yet

Spring is in T-minus 3 days, which means we'll soon be shedding our winter layers and showing off some skin.  If it's been a little too long since your legs have seen the light of day, fear not.  The Penchant team has compiled our favorite tips for getting your best skin yet.  We've got you covered so you can go bare.

  1. Take care of your skin from the inside out.  Putting good quality foods into your body makes a difference in the long run, and eating well helps you feel your best regardless.  Try eating vitamin-rich whole foods like berries and dark, leafy greens, healthy sources of fat like avocados, and sources of Omega-3 fatty acids like chia seeds and flaxseeds.  Also, make sure to drink enough water to stay hydrated.
  2. Protect it from the sun.  You’ve heard it a thousand times, but when you’re headed outside, put on a good layer of sunscreen.  It makes a huge difference in protecting you long-term, and it helps prevent wrinkles.  If it’s tricky to remember on a regular basis, try using a daily moisturizer with SPF so you’re always covered.
  3. Be gentle to it.  Using different skin products can help improve your skin condition, but at the end of the day be kind to your skin.  It sounds simple, but follow the instructions on all beauty products, as certain kinds of scrubs or cleansers can be extra drying for skin.  If the bottle says use it twice a week, don’t overdo it.
  4. Pamper it before and after hair removal.  Waxing, sugaring, shaving, and electrolysis can all get you smooth, fuzz-free skin, but sometimes they lead to irritation, red bumps, and ingrown hairs.  The best way to beat razor burn?  Use Penchant Bare before and after hair removal.  With a botanically-enriched formula, Penchant Bare is a gentle and effective way to dramatically reduce irritation, and the rollerball design helps you get the skin serum exactly where you need it with no mess and no waste.  Find it in the shop and get ready for spring.
March 18, 2016 by Tanya Gallagher

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