Anti-Aging (RR eBooks + Articles)

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Anti-Aging (eBook + 25 Anti-aging Articles)

Cash In With The Anti-Aging Niche! Contents Include Ebook, Articles, and Keyword Data!

When it comes to reducing wrinkles, you really have to take your needs seriously. There are a number of factors that play a role in the health and well-being of your skin.

It is often hard to understand how products work and why they may not work even if they promise to do so. If you are considering wrinkle creams and a regimen of facelifts, you may go broke in the process.

Before you do all of that, consider going through a process of determining the very best solution for your needs.

The first thing to consider is the health of your skin. Your skin needs to be healthy if you are to keep it from looking old too fast. In addition, it will allow you to look young and healthy.

Just because you have wrinkles, though, does not mean that your skin is unhealthy. In fact, it just means that your need to take a closer look at your overall health. The place to start is with your diet.

Inside this eBook, you are about to learn some of the following information:

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Reducing wrinkles: Tips to try first

Anti-aging skin care

Herbal Skin Care

The facts about sensitive skin care

Vitamin C Skin Care

Which is natural skin care

Facts about oily skin

And so much more…

Here are the Anti-aging PLR Article titles:

  1. Acne and its treatment
  2. Acne skin care
  3. All about Facial skin care
  4. All about sensitive skin care
  5. Anti-aging skin care (1)
  6. Anti-aging skin care (2)
  7. Anti aging skin care products
  8. Are Natural skin care products the answer to all problems?
  9. Choosing a facial skin care product
  10. Herbal skin care
  11. Lotions vs. skin care creams
  12. Men’s skin care
  13. Organic skin care
  14. ‘Personal skin care’ is a routine
  15. Serious skin care
  16. Skin care cosmetic – Useful or harmful?
  17. Skin care products – The importance of caring for your skin
  18. Skin care treatment for the most common skin conditions
  19. The facts about Oily skin care
  20. The recipe for dry skin care
  21. Tips for makeup and skin care
  22. Top 10 skin care tips
  23. Vitamin C skin care – The challenge
  24. What is Natural skin care?
  25. Which is the best skin care product?

How you can profit with this Anti-aging PLR:

eBook – You can use the eBook as a freebie for your readers to build your list or simply resell it and keeps the profits.

Skin Care PLR Articles – You can use these articles for your autoresponder series/newsletter content, video scripts, presentation, or turn them into PDF reports and give away to your audience to promote your website or products.

Here is the article sample work

Article title: Personal Skin Care

‘Personal skin care’ is a routine We all know the importance of ‘personal skin care’. The opinion on how-to (for personal skin care) differs from person to person. Some people believe that going to beauty parlours every other day is personal skin care. Others believe that personal skin care is just a matter of applying some cream or lotion on your skin, every now and then. Then there are people who think that personal skin care is an event that happens once a month or once a year. Still others busy themselves with ‘personal skin care’ all the time. However, personal skin care is not that complicated and neither is it that expensive (considering how beneficial it is). Personal skin care is following a routine or a procedure for attending to the needs of your skin.

Others believe that personal skin care is just a matter of applying some cream or lotion on your skin, every now and then. Then there are people who think that personal skin care is an event that happens once a month or once a year. Still others busy themselves with ‘personal skin care’ all the time. However, personal skin care is not that complicated and neither is it that expensive (considering how beneficial it is). Personal skin care is following a routine or a procedure for attending to the needs of your skin.

Even before you start with a routine, you need to determine your skin type (oily, dry, sensitive, normal etc) and select the personal skin care products suitable for it (you might have to experiment with a few personal skin care products). Here is a routine that should work for most people with normal skin.

The first thing on personal skin care routine is ‘Cleansing’. The three main ingredients of a cleanser are oil, water and surfactants (wetting agents). Oil and surfactants extract dirt and oil from your skin, and water then flushes it out, thus making your skin clean. You might have to try a couple of cleansers before you find the one that suits you the best. However, you should always use soap-free cleansers. Also, you should use Luke warm water for cleansing (hot and cold water, both, cause damage to your skin). Take care that you don’t over-cleanse your skin and end up damaging your skin in the process.

The second thing on the personal skin care routine is exfoliation. Skin follows a natural maintenance process wherein it removes the dead cells and replaces them with new skin cells. Exfoliation is just a way to facilitate the skin in this process. Dead skin cells are not capable of responding to personal skin care products but still consume these products, hence preventing them from reaching the new skin cells. Thus removing dead skin cells is important in order to increase the effectiveness of all personal skin care products. Generally, exfoliation takes it place just after cleansing. As with any personal skin care procedure, it’s important that you understand how much exfoliation you need. Exfoliate 4-5 times per week for oily/normal skin and 1-2 times per week for dry/sensitive skin. Exfoliate a couple of times more in hot and humid weather.

Next thing on personal skin care routine is moisturizers. This is one of the most important things in personal skin care. Even people with oily skin need moisturisers. Moisturisers not only seal the moisture in your skin cells but also attract moisture (from air) whenever needed. Use of too much moisturiser can however clog skin pores and end up harming your skin. The amount of moisturiser needed by your skin will become apparent to you within one week of you using the moisturiser. Also, applying the moisturiser is best when your skin is still damp.

The last thing on personal skin care routine is sunscreen. A lot of moisturizers (day-time creams/moisturisers) come with UV protection – so you can get double benefits from them. Such moisturisers are recommended for all days (irrespective of whether it is sunny or cloudy).

Again, experiment with various personal skin care products and also with the amount you need to apply. What gives you best results is the best personal skin care recipe for you. However, if you have some kind of skin dilemma, it is best to consult your dermatologist before you actually start using any personal skin care products.

 

Submitted: 24 Feb 2014

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