When is a rose not a girl’s best friend? With Guest Expert Anna Field

A rose is not a girl’s best friend when it is a shower rose.

Guest Expert Anna Field

When it is cold there is nothing like a hot shower to warm the bones, however it is important to keep your face out. I am surprised how many people I see that  put their face directly under the shower, and into harm’s way.

Did you know that the pressures combined with the water can severely dehydrate the skin, leaving you with a highly visible circle of damage on your face? This is because the water strips the skin of its delicate protective barrier that in turn robs the natural lipids. Once the skin is vulnerable like this, it is exposed to extreme moisture loss. The skin can look raw, flaky, quilted and puckered and sometimes the cells can even appear silvery grey.

After continual abuse, the skin can become very stressed to the point where I have even seen the condition be misdiagnosed as rosacea. In milder cases it can leave the skin feeling rough and uncomfortable. More delicate skins can also see capillaries becoming damaged which can become permanent broken capillaries.

So what to do if you have been a culprit of this? To help your skin recover put on a good hydrating/nourishing mask every couple of days until the skin has rebalanced. Be careful not to exfoliate the area until you have replenished the skin fully. If you exfoliate too area you will unfortunately just aggravate the situation. Once the skin is healthy again enjoy a good exfoliation and things should be back to normal.

About the Author
Anna Field has been in the beauty industry now for over 21 years. Her experience includes national training manager for La Prairie and international promotions for Asia as well as working in salons with a broad range of products and experiences. Created in 2003, her salon, The Paddington Beauty Room currently has 72 years of experience under one roof. Anna is dedicated to inspire the industry one staff member at a time, one client at a time. For more of Anna’s advice visit her blog (www.thepaddingtonbeautyroom.com.au/blog)

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