Your morning skincare routine acts as a shield of all the pollution in the air, elements and the sun rays (even if you do not see the sun). Whereas your night routine is for replenishing and renewing the skin so that’s where your face peels come in.
In the morning, start by washing with a gentle face cleanser designed for your skin type. You can use an exfoliating brush or an exfoliating facial scrub (2-3 times a week)
Please do not skip this step, though there are lingering myths that timers are harsh for the skin. Fortunately, that’s not the case anymore. While they don’t physically “shrink” pores, toners act as a delivery system for antioxidants, vitamin B derivatives and even toning acids. Additionally, each type of toner is intended for a different skin issue, so it’s important to use the right kind for your skin concern.
If you’ve gone all your life without using a toner, and your skin is doing just fine, then it is okay to skip this step. Toners are created to help return your skin to the perfect PH after it became too basic from harsh soaps
Is made up of smaller molecules that can penetrate deeply into the skin and deliver a very high concentration of active ingredients. This makes them a great tool for targeting specific skincare concerns, like wrinkles., so it’s better to keep them as close to the skin as possible. , antioxidant serums which provide a variety of benefits—from blunting your skin’s inflammatory response to neutralizing damage from UV rays and environmental pollutants.
Applying your eye cream at least every night if not twice a day is very vital from your 20’s. It helps to maintain the health and the thickness of your eyelid skin. Improving the skin quality in this area early on ensures that the eyelid skin does not easily lose laxity and its smooth appearance later in life.
Prescription medications and acne spot treatments need to be applied as close to the skin as possible to maximize their benefits.
Remember that acne spot treatments can dry out your skin, so always apply only on spots where you need it.
Yes, everyone needs a moisturizer, even if you have oily skin. “Even though your body has its own natural lubricating system consisting of glands that secrete oil (or sebum) to maintain a protective coating against harsh outside conditions and infections.
The best time to apply your whipped butter is right after your shower or bath when your skin is just it damp to ensure enough moisture is locked into the skin.
Sunscreen should be the last step in your daytime skin care routine if you’re using a physical or mineral sunscreen, which works by physically blocking UV rays. This step becomes tricky when you’re using a chemical sunscreen.
Chemical sunscreens need to be directly absorbed into the skin so it would not be working after the application of the prior steps and if you apply the chemical sunscreen before the moisturiser, the moisturiser will not work as well either as the skin would be coated with the chemical sunscreen
Therefore, we recommend using a physical sunscreen with zinc and to apply it after your moisturizer. Zinc is safe, effective and provides the broadest protection against UVA and UVB rays. As for those who like using chemical sunscreens, try to look for a formula that offers moisturizing benefits, so you can get your daily hydration needs while protecting your skin.