3 mistakes we all make with our body cream


Applying body cream is almost a ceremonial act. It is essential to avoid scratching, dehydration and aging of the skin. But, our little finger tells us that we make mistakes …

How essential it is to apply body cream at least once a day. With the cold , the stress, the friction of the clothes and the time which passes, the skin of our body can tend to be irritated, mark more quickly or be thinner. So what can be done to give it a boost, plump it up and revitalize it? Without forgetting, of course, to give it a soft and satin aspect. And what are the rituals of applying  body cream ? We brush it on morning and evening if possible, after the shower and before bedtime so that it works all day or during the night when our body is regenerating. But beware, even good students can still make one of these three mistakes when applying. Three mistakes noted by the Beverly Hills dermatologist Naissan O. Wesley for the media “Who What Wear”. Explanations. 


Either we do not have a sense of proportion (like when cooking pasta), or it is to save the product as much as possible, but in any case a good number of people do not apply enough body cream. And this is a concern because our skin will not have enough of what it demands. He needs a reasonable amount – no need to empty half of the tube – for the main parts of the body: legs (with buttocks!), Stomach, chest, back and arms. 


This part is closely related to the first point and can even be a consequence of it. Each part of our body deserves to have its moment of hydration, it is important. So we don’t forget certain neglected parts such as the knees, elbows, the inside of the legs and even our most private parts which also deserve nutrition with suitable products. 


This could also amount to saying “apply a cream that is not suitable for your skin type”. Not all body moisturizers work equally well. And not all skin types need the same amount of hydration. If our skin tends to naturally produce sebum and keep a natural protective layer on the skin, then a fairly light cream will do. But some skin types require a richer, fatter and more nourishing material to counter certain external aggressions. We will therefore favor a butter, an oil or a product rich in vitamins and nutrients. If you have dry skin or have already had atopic dermatitis, then it is better to opt for a rich and protective product, with the advice of your dermatologist of course.

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