Sometimes life can be so busy that we forget to breathe and make ourselves a priority. The pressure to overcome anything can have detrimental effects on our skin, and nothing feels worse than tired and dull skin. If you want to look and feel better, you will need to find time to practice your skincare routine.
- Clean (daily, morning and evening
It doesn’t matter how tired you feel at night, never sleep with your makeup on. Use a light makeup remover and make sure you do not rub and stretch your skin. You should clean up even if you are not using makeup to get rid of the daily blurring that accumulates on your skin. Apply a cleanser with your finger and massage in circular motions around the neck and neck. Wipe gently with a damp washcloth. Wash your face with warm water and gently dry it with a soft towel.
- Head (daily, morning and evening
A good skincare toner is a must. It does so many amazing things for your skin that you definitely don’t want to lose it! Among other things, it balances the pH of your skin, helps keep pores clean, prevents the formation of blackheads and minor pimples, hydrates, and eliminates makeup marks.
- Hydrate (daily, morning and evening
Moisturizers are a must, especially in cold weather. For the day, use a lightweight cream that contains moisturizing and anti-ageing oils, such as pomegranate, argan, red raspberry, moss, rose petal, which will nourish the skin and reduce the appearance. Wrinkles reproduce and protect skin’s moisture barrier. Some plant extracts such as Santilla Asiatica, rosehip, ginkgo Biloba, c-Blackthorne will improve the cream’s ability and revitalize complexion, promote elasticity and protect the skin from abuse of the ingredients. For optimal hydration, choose a cream containing hyaluronic acid (ideally in its saline form, sodium hyaluronate, which absorbs more easily into the skin). Hyaluronic acid/sodium hyaluronate is by far the most effective moisturizer discovered and has the potential to attract and retain up to 1000 times its weight in moisture. Its moisture-binding feature is extraordinarily important for skin ageing, which loses the ability to retain a balanced amount of moisture. Your skin will look healthier, younger, stronger and more energetic.