You can never be too late in developing good skincare habits. It’s doesn’t matter how old you are now, it’s better that you start to incorporate these 7 simple skincare products into your daily routine today so that in the years to come your skin will look healthier and more glowing. If you’re not a fan of having too much skin care products on your face, then these 7 products are just the essentials you need in life.
Most of the time, it’s very easy to skip this part and just fall asleep straight on the bed after a long day at work. If you try to let this continue, just look at how all the bacteria stick to your pillow which can lead to breakouts.
Make sure that before your head hits the pillow, always clean your face and scrub away all the excess dirt and makeup that settled on your face during the day. Plus, it’s not good that you leave your makeup on your skin for a long time which causes clogged pores then leads to a zit.
Cleansing your face is not always enough if you think. This is a pretty crucial step. Sometimes people skip this part but a toner is important as part of a comprehensive skin care regimen. Using a toner or micellar water can remove any oil or makeup residue and also helps balance our skin’s pH level. Not many people know this but, a toner preps your cleansed skin to get ready with whatever treatments you put on next.
There are various toners for normal to oily skin and for a sensitive or dry skin. Just be careful when you are searching for the right toner, choose a non-alcohol-based formula that has the functions of calming, skin-repairing, and anti-inflammatory properties.
This is probably the last step to your skin care but later we’ll discuss that your routine doesn’t only stop here. A moisturizer is a must, no matter what your skin type is, it needs to remain hydrated. Most moisturizers nowadays are made for all kinds of skin conditions, whether you prefer a lightweight or a heavy wear moisturizer that comes with rich benefits such as antioxidants and vitamins.
Some people use facial oil instead of a moisturizer and that is alright too, no matter what your skin type is. Be sure that you gently pat yourself dry before applying the moisturizer and gently massage your face when putting the product so it can be absorbed well.
This is optional, but if you are really serious with your skincare routine, you might want to consider trying it. This product could work great wonders for almost any skin issue including dryness, scars, textures, dullness, hyperpigmentation, and the like.
Commonly, serums are for brightening, repairing, hydrating, and anti-aging. Some functions in a singular way and some have multiple purposes. It’s better that you identify what your biggest skin concern is and that’s where you’ll need to focus on using the serum.
You might ask if everyone should use a face mask, absolutely yes. A face mask is the usual favorite skincare product of Koreans, that’s why it’s evident that they have such supple younger-looking skin. And they are easy to apply and fun to use too! There are different types of facial masks that are designed depending on your skin care concerns.
Face masks will hydrate your skin, remove excess oils, help enhance minimize your pores, and they can also pull out impurities. Another thing why people like masks is the fun feeling that you are being pampered like you’re at a spa when you’re just lying on the couch or on your bed.
Protect your skin from the harsh rays of the sun by always wearing a sunscreen before you go out. Long and repeated sun exposures can cause age spots, wrinkles, and worst is skin cancer. If you want to look younger and fresh, you need to block the sun! There are sunscreens that you can easily find at drugstores that are transparent so there would be no white patches on your faces making you look silly.
It’s normal that our body sheds layers of dead skin and there are times that it will appear dry, flaky, and uneven. Choose a gentle exfoliating facial wash and scrub your face to clean and unclog your pores to avoid any possible pimples. Don’t over exfoliate and just do it once a week. Our pores do clog sometimes and trap oil under our skin’s surface which can result in acne breakouts.