The healthiest thing you can do for your skin is to wear minimal makeup, or no makeup at all. Putting foundation on your face, day after day, coats your skin in chemicals that have to be washed off at the end of the day. Many women, in an attempt to look younger, continue to wear foundation in an unattractive way. You can often get better results only applying foundation in strategic areas so that your face breathes better. Study your face in the mirror and apply foundation only to the red or darker areas. Blend carefully and leave the rest as is. Step back and see if you don't look better already. Better yet, take the plunge one day and try going commando with no makeup at all, or with only moisturizer and lipstick. You won't believe how freeing it will be, or how much time you will save.
Spend as much time outdoors as you can to aid in treating acne. Accomplish this by taking a daily lunchbreak in the park or just going for an afternoon walk. The sun gives you vitamin D, which promotes healthy skin. When it comes to fun in the sun with your baby, remember that less is more. Babies' skin is thin and delicate, and cannot take either long exposure to the sun or harsh sunblocks. There are brands of baby-friendly sunscreen available, but the safest bet is put a very large hat on your baby and/or buy one of those "baby shelters" you can take to the beach or pool, so they will have place to keep cool and not get burned.
If you are tailoring your skin care techniques for maximum anti-aging results, do not underestimate the power of a healthy diet. This aspect is more important than any amount of creams or lotions. Eat a well balanced diet laden with fruits and vegetables. Renew your skin from the inside out.
As stated before in the introduction of this article, healthy skin is important for anyone to have. Healthy skin is acne free and blemish free as well. In order to have healthy skin, you must practice proper skin care. If you remember the tips from this article, you can have healthy skin.