By Remmy Diagbare
These five simple steps will keep your complexion soft, supple, and wrinkle free for decades to come.
1 Cleanser… Starting with clean skin makes the rest of your skin-care arsenal more effective. Try a gentle cleanser that leaves protective oils and moisture behind.
2 Anti-aging serum.. These potent formulas pack concentrated power in small doses. The best contain antioxidants (look for vitamins C and E and green tea) believed to bolster the skinâ€™s collagen production,.
3 Moisturizer.. When skin cells become Â Â Â dehydrated, they shrivel up, making skin look older, dull in tone and texture, and even wrinkled.) Look for a lightweight formula that has an SPF of at least 25 and contains petrolatum or glycerin, the gold standards for moisture retention. It is a misconception for those with oily skin, to stay off moisturizers. Skin no matter how oily, still needs to be fed. The advice for those with this typeÂ of skin is to use oil free moisturizers.
4 Sunscreen.. The sun can seriously speed up the aging process, causing damage, hyperpigmentation, and cell breakdown. â€œYour best defence is to be thorough with your sun screen,â€ Even if youâ€™ve applied a moisturizer or foundation with SPF, be sure to use a sunscreen if youâ€™ll be out for more than an hour or so.
5 Sleep.. Getting plenty of shut-eye is as good for your complexion as it is for your body. When medical researchers at Cornell University deprived 11 women of sleep for just one night, it was enough to deplete their skinâ€™s defenses. To make the most of your zâ€™s, try to get seven to eight hours of sleep a night, and use a humidifier to keep your skin moist and help your nighttime treatment sink into your pores.
X-fadan president, Folorunsho Alakija,
others donate home for street children.
Ex -FADAN President Mrs.Folorunsho Alakija and members of the Beezee Bee Society , a committee in the Cathedral Church of Christ recently donated a home for street children in Ikorodu
In her speech, Mrs Alakija, Chairperson of the Society gave reasons why they decided to build the centre, which they called, Hope Centre.
â€œThis deteriorating plight of our underprivileged children caught the attention of members of the busy bees womenâ€™s society of the cathedral church of christ and that of some members of st. Paulâ€™s church, breadfruit, both in lagos. Though we had sourced and helped some of these children in the past, but we found out that the situation was hopeless without a permanent rehabilitation centre where they would be fully catered â€˜Catered For Academically, Vocationally, Spiritually, Morally And Socially.â€™
Pictures below show Honourable Abike Dabiri -Erewa , who declared the center opened, with , Mrs Alakija and some members of the Bee zee Bee Society.