I’m going to go out on a limb here, and say that you have, at some point in your life, had problems with your skin.. We all have!
I’ve been quite lucky and was blessed with good skin, but during the statistician portion of my cosmetology schooling, I learned some things that were helpful in taking care of your skin.
Obviously, wash your face twice a day.
I feel like that doesn’t even need to be mentioned, but I’ll mention it anyway! It’s extremely important. At night, I think it’s particularly important to get all of your make up off. I always start with an eye make up remover, use a make up wipe, and then wash my face really well with a facial sponge and face wash. If I don’t do all that, I can definitely tell the difference in the morning, my skin looks much more dull!
Exfoliating your face is really important.
It lifts the dry and dead skin from your face, and not only gives you a more radiant appearance, but it also allows the products you use to penetrate deeper into your skin for the most effective use. You should really be exfoliating at least twice a week. The older you get, the more often you should exfoliate, so if you’re in your 30’s, 3 times a week and 40’s and older should be 3-4 times a week.
Make sure you’re getting the right products for the season.
Different seasons require different products. Sunscreen should be an every day thing, but something like moisturizer could vary. You don’t need a heavy moisturizer in the summer like you use in the winter. Make sure you’re not over or under using a product.
Apply all products to your neck and chest.
I think a lot of people forget about this, honestly. It’s really important though. Any creams that I apply on my face, I also put on my neck and chest. That skin is also sensitive, and needs the extra care. Also, when my skin starts to lose it’s elasticity, I don’t want to be walking around with a toned, well taken care of face with my chest and neck super saggy. I know you feel me on that one.
This is anther one that is commonly forgotten. There are some vitamins that are AMAZING for your skin. I swear by biotin, It has really improved my skin and hair, I recommend it to everyone. Vitamin A, Vitamin C and fish oil, are also great for your skin and taking a few vitamins in the morning doesn’t really take up much time, so it’s a win/win!
These are my 5 best tips to keep your skin nice and healthy!
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