If you need to set aside some time to improve your skin health and give yourself the tools to regenerate themselves, you can work to establish the best possible maintenance routine.
Keep in mind that habits are formed in three to four weeks. Start with what you know you can do for those three weeks. Setting up your skincare routine for just a month means that your hair routine is fine. Don’t forget your basic daily routine to improve your nutrition, hydration and relaxation!
Fixed skin maintenance
All decorations should be removed before bed each evening. There are endless products to clean your skin, there are different formulas for every skin type. If you do not use heavy makeup, a cleanser is easy to remove, it also removes makeup. Another option is to use a makeup remover or oil on eye makeup, as the foundation and blusher are usually easy to take off with very simple cleansers. Either way, wash your face every evening before bed and again in the morning. If you clean your face well in the evening, you need mild washing to remove sebum and sweat for morning skin and to prepare your face for your makeup.
If using a water-based cleanser, moisturize your face with tepid water. If using an oil based cleanser, apply it directly to dry skin.
Using your fingers or soft cloth, gently massage your face into small circles, working from your nose to your hair. Apply cleanser to your neck using a gentle swipe towards the jawline. Be careful not to pull or stretch the skin during cleaning.
Wash well with tepid water. If you prefer to take a shower or shower, apply your cleanser before going to the shower/tub to give yourself a few minutes to work on your skin.
Toning restores the skin’s natural pH and provides a protective acid mantle that makes the skin look better. This helps to remove any cleansing residue and reduces the size of the pores. Depending on your skin type, toners can range from gentle acid formulations to high antiseptic formulas.
Simply soak the cosmetic pad with your toner and wipe your face off your nose and your forehead. Don’t forget your neck. You can use cotton balls, but cotton cosmetic pods are easy. You should avoid sensitive skin around your eyes unless you use a very gentle toning formula that does not contain alcohol or peroxide and only removes oil and dirt from the eyebrows.
Your skin should be protected from harmful UV rays on a regular basis. “Protecting” is a two-step process. The first part of this process is to provide your skin with antioxidants and ingredients that help maintain and protect natural protective enzymes. The second part is the sunscreen protection.
If you are going to use a vitamin / nutrient antioxidant solution or serum, you can soak a cotton ball with your solution and apply it to your face first, leaving your “problem areas.” , Then gently wipe the rest of your face. Apply the neck in an upward motion. If using a commercial antioxidant serum, follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
As women get older, their natural sebum production slows.
Internal and external hydration is essential to maintain the skin, strength, flexibility, and integrity. Moisturizers also reduce the risk of mechanical damage to the skin, reduce friction, and reduce the chance that the skin will expand or tear through contact.
You can protect and moisturize in one step, but use a combination of vitamins C, E, and A and oil to provide moisture and sunlight. By applying a nutritional vitamin/herb solution, you can provide your own antioxidant protection to your skin and then use a moisturizing sunscreen. We will show you more about which ones are selected and how to apply them in later chapters.
Apply a moisturizer lightly to counter external movements. Apply to the neck in upward movements. Be careful not to stretch or stretch your skin. For the day, if your moisturizer doesn’t already have sun protection, protect your face, throat, and all over the skin from the sun.
As your skin grows and repairs, the outer layer of dead cells slows down. It is recommended to exfoliate your skin at least once a week to speed up the process and reach new, new cells. There are two ways to do this, mechanically and chemically. For mechanical exfoliation, you can use a good skin scrub, microdermabrasion cream, or loof pad. Chemically, you can use common acid exfoliating preparations, glycolic acid peels, lactic acid peels, alpha-hydroxy, and so on. Some skin cleanser comes with this step created within this formula. Your skin type determines how often you exfoliate and what method you use. Irritated skin such as pimples, eczema, or rosacea does not appreciate the heavy scrubbing of mechanical exfoliators, and chemical formulas are more irritating than occasional use. Any of these methods may be necessary to remove the damaged skin layers that are well sunburned and promote the production of healthy collagen structures in the deeper layers of the skin. Again, we’ll show you how often and by what method you decide best to leave.
Whatever formula you plan to use, apply equally with the Exfoliant Cleanser. If you are using a chemical peel, refrain from “scrubbing” your skin, letting the chemicals work. If using a scrub, apply very light pressure, and work in small circles. Again, be careful not to stretch or stretch the skin.
Most exfoliators need some time to “work”. It is advisable to apply an exfoliant before the shower, as you can lock them under the shower, which will help remove any residue.
Facial masks serve many purposes, the most important of which is the deep cleaning of pores. Masks are also made for super-hydration, increased circulation, and sheer pleasure. What you use and how often you use the P-Method is determined by your skin type and your results. Generally, it is advisable to use a deep cleansing clay-based mask at least once a week. These masks are used by various cosmetic clubs as they remove “holes” and absorb impurities, dirt, and dried sebum from your pores so that sebum flows naturally and easily into the skin. Brightens the appearance, helps prevent and improve acne infection. The texture of your skin. There are many types of clay masks available for all types of skin moisture.
Allow the mask to be gently applied and dried. Most clay masks require 10–15 minutes to absorb all the impurities and waste from your pores. Rub the mask gently with your fingers – do not pull. Again, it is advisable to apply these before getting into the shower. After exfoliating or using a mask, tone, protect, and moisturize your skin.
Example daily routine
In the morning:
Cleanse: Use gentle cleanser to remove sweat or sebum from your skin.
Tone: Use an appropriate toner for your skin type. Using a toner will make your makeup smoother.
Moisture: When using makeup, use an oil-free moisturizer. The combination of oily moisturizer and foundation will make the face and smoothness of the composition in a few hours – even on aging skin. If you are not wearing makeup, you can use Oliver moisturizer.
Protect: Definitely Necessary – Use at least 15 SPF sunblock every day (unless you work in a grave shift). Dark skin must also be protected from the sun’s harmful rays. Sun protection can also be found in some business foundation sources. If you are using a moisturizer or foundation with at least 15 SPF’s built-in sunblock, you do not need to add a special sunblock, although you may need to reapply them throughout the day.
Cleanse: Rinse your skin thoroughly before bedtime. Remove all makeup and use a cleanser for your skin type.
Tone: Use the toner to remove the cleanser and restore the pH balance.
Protect: Add any antioxidant serum to your skin and allow it to soak (you can mix it with your moisturizer).
Moisturizer: Apply a special eye cream and skin moisturizer to your skin.