We’ve all heard of the fundamental steps to clear, healthy skin, but are they enough? Today, I’m not going to give you advice like drink plenty of water, stick to your CTM regimen, eat well, and so on. I’ll merely go through these processes and advice before moving on to the important tips that you should follow along with the fundamentals. The following are the basic steps/pointers:
Your skin should be cleansed, toned, and moisturized twice a day.
Maintain hydration in your body.
At least twice a week, get some exercise.
Avoid consuming excessive amounts of junk food.
At least once a week, exfoliate your skin.
Even when you’re at home, protect your skin from the sun.
1. UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU SKIN DEMANDS:
While moisturization is the most important requirement for all skin types, each skin type is unique and requires a particular quantity of moisturization. A dry skin, for example, requires a heavy moisturiser that is primarily oil-based, but an oily skin only requires basic hydration through a water-based moisturiser. Because their skin demands and requirements differ, they cannot use the same moisturising cream.
2. READ THE LABEL:
That’s something I’d read a long time ago but only recently recognised how important it was. Before purchasing or using any product, it is critical to read the label. Always check the ingredient list, the date of manufacturing, the expiration date, and how long the product can be used after it has been opened, among other things.
The purpose of reading the ingredient list is to get a sense of what you’re about to put on your skin. Certain chemicals and natural components can aggravate acne, while others can assist to heal it.
3. INVEST BUT WISELY:
When it comes to skincare products, I usually don’t mind spending a little more money. If a product works well on your skin and you know there is no substitute, then it is well worth the money.
4. NEVER SLEEP WITH MAKEUP ON YOUR FACE:
That is, of course, something we are all aware of! Before going to bed, it’s critical to remove all makeup. Because a facewash is insufficient to remove all waterproof makeup, I prefer to use a two-cleansing procedure to effectively remove both makeup and debris. Alternatively, you can remove your makeup with makeup wipes or micellar water, then go about your night routine as usual.
5. DON’T SHARE YOUR COSMETICS:
Who doesn’t share practically everything with their best friend? “Sharing is caring,” we’ve been told since birth! When it comes to sharing cosmetics, however, the reality is rather different. Sharing cosmetics can result in the spread of infections and disorders, as well as an increase in the contact of bacteria on the product. All of this might cause clogging of pores and, as a result, breakouts.
That concludes today’s discussion. I hope you found these suggestions useful, and please let me know by subscribing and leaving a comment if you enjoyed it. I’ll be back with another review or some advice shortly. Take care and stay beautylish until then.