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10 easy steps to beautiful, radiant, younger-looking skin

Sometimes life can get so busy that we forget to breathe and become a priority. The stress of being on top of everything can take a toll on our skin and nothing looks worse than tired, dull skin. If you want to look and feel your best, you need to find time to follow a skincare routine.

1. Clean (daily, morning and night)

No matter how tired you feel at night, never go to bed with your makeup on. Use a mild makeup remover and be sure not to rub or pull on your skin. You must clean yourself even if you do not use makeup, to remove the daily dirt accumulated on your skin. Apply the cleanser with your fingertips and massage your face and neck in circular motions. Wipe it gently with a damp cloth. Rinse your face with lukewarm water and pat dry with a soft towel.

2. Tone (daily, morning and night)

A toner is a must in a good skincare routine. It does so many wonderful things for your skin that you certainly don’t want to miss out! Among other things, it balances the pH of the skin, helps keep pores clean, prevents the formation of blackheads and minor pimples, hydrates and removes traces of makeup.

3. Hydrate (daily, morning and night)

Moisturizers are definitely a must, especially during cold weather. For the day, use a lightweight cream that contains moisturizing and anti-aging oils, such as pomegranate, argan, red raspberry, meadow foam, rosehip, which will nourish aging skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles by replenishing and protecting the moisture barrier of the skin. Certain plant extracts such as Centella Asiatica, Rosehip, Gingko Biloba, Sea Buckthorn will enhance the cream’s ability to hydrate and revitalize the complexion, promote elasticity, and protect the skin from the abuse of the elements. For maximum hydration, choose a cream that contains hyaluronic acid (ideally in the form of salt, sodium hyaluronate, which is more easily absorbed by the skin). Hyaluronic Acid / Sodium Hyaluronate is the most effective humectant ever discovered and has the remarkable ability to attract and retain up to 1,000 times its weight in moisture. Its moisture binding characteristic is exceptionally important for aging skin, which loses the ability to retain a balanced amount of moisture. Your skin will look and feel healthier, younger, firmer, and more radiant.

In the evening, apply a rich cream or oily serum after cleansing and toning. According to researchers at the University of California-Irvine, new skin cells grow faster while you sleep, so a good nighttime facial should be a high priority. Look for products that contain avocado, macadamia, jojoba, tamanu, sacha inchi oils, shea butter, or mango, which will nourish and repair your skin while you sleep.

4. Exfoliate (weekly)

Exfoliation is a way to deeply cleanse, remove dead skin cells and refine skin texture, giving life to your skin and stimulating cell regeneration. It is recommended to exfoliate once or twice a week. If you have sensitive skin, you can exfoliate once every two weeks to start. Make sure to choose a facial scrub that is not too harsh for your skin and apply it gently in circular motions to your damp face, then rinse well with warm water.

5. Apply a facial mask (weekly)

A face mask goes hand in hand with exfoliation. For best results, wear a mask every time you exfoliate. Spread the mask evenly over your face, leave it on for about 10 minutes and then rinse well. You don’t have to buy expensive masks, you can use ingredients that are easily found in your kitchen: yogurt, honey, avocado, bananas, strawberries, cucumbers, etc.


Daily skincare routine: Cleanse — Tone — Hydrate

Weekly skincare routine: Cleanse — Exfoliate — Apply mask — Tone — Moisturize

Having a good, consistent skincare routine is essential if you want to look your best, but it’s also important to remember that fair skin comes from within and what you eat, drink, and sleep for can make a difference.

6. Hydrate

Keep your skin hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids like water and unsweetened teas. Cut down on sugary and caffeinated drinks and alcoholic beverages, as they are known to dehydrate your body and skin.

7. Eat healthy

Certain foods can have a negative effect on your skin. Try to avoid dairy, salty and sugary, fatty and processed foods. Eat foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as flax seeds or walnuts, essential to increase the skin’s ability to retain moisture.

8. Sleep

Try to get 7-8 hours of sleep each night. Use a silk pillowcase and change it every other day (every day if you have acne). The silk glides easily on your skin and prevents wrinkles and wrinkles. It is also gentler on the hair, which helps prevent breakage.

9. Don’t touch your face!

Constant touching and pinching of the skin can spread bacteria, cause breakouts, and lead to scarring and increased wrinkles. Keep your fingers away from your face! It can also help you avoid getting sick.

10. Have fun!

A happy attitude and a grateful heart do wonders for your skin. Enjoy life, love your family and friends, and live in the moment! Happiness is reflected on your skin.

I toast a beautiful and healthy person!


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