The battle for flawless skin is an ongoing one, and it’s not going to happen overnight. It takes proper care, research and practice to always making sure you’re doing the best for your skin. Improved skincare isn’t just about a natural glow; what’s more important is looking after your skin and staying safe, such as against harmful UV rays or bacteria.
Here are 6 tips for improved skincare.
Avoid Touching Your Face Too Much
You may not even realize how often you touch your face throughout the day until you pay attention to it. If you have a habit of constantly touching your face, such as leaning your chin on your hand as you work, then you need to try to avoid this as much as possible. Bacteria are easily spread from your hands to your skin (think about how much you touch throughout the day!) and can encourage more breakouts.
Don’t Use Too Many Products
It’s not a case of the more you use, the better, as too many products piled on at once (or too many variations of the same product) can serve to clog up your pores even more. Be sure to use the right number of products, in the right amounts, and in the correct order. For example, face wash, then cleanser, then moisturizer.
Don’t Waste Money on the Wrong Products
Instead of pooling as much money as possible into the latest and greatest of a variety of skincare products, spend your money on the right ones after solid research. Getting incorrect skincare products for the wrong requirements and wrong skin type will simply be a waste of money.
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Understand Your Skin Type
You can’t hope to buy the right products or understand a proper skincare routine if you don’t know what skin type you have. You don’t want to be buying products tailored for dry skin if you have oily skin.
The main skin types are:
- Oily or acne-prone
All relevant skincare products should list on the packaging or online details which skin type they tailor for, so always be sure to check this first.
Wash Your Makeup Tools Regularly
Always be sure to wash your makeup sponge and brushes regularly to avoid clogging your pores and risking breakouts or even infections (such as with eye makeup brushes). You should aim to wash your main sponge or brushes once a week, and for any other general brushes which you don’t use extensively, at least once a month.
Good Hydration All Round
Ensure your skin stays healthy and radiant by making sure it gets enough hydration. Not only does this mean products that contain enough moisture, but it also means incorporating enough water into your diet to keep your skin in its best condition. You should aim to moisturize skin properly at least once a day and drink around 2 liters of water.
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