We all know caring for your skin is necessary for both your overall health and diminishing signs of aging, but with so many new products and wild skincare trends popping up everywhere, finding a simple skincare routine, let alone sticking to it, can be daunting.
Theres' a better way.
Exfoliate 2-3 times per week.
Exfoliating your skin restores a healthy glow, smoothes and softens, and stimulates collagen production. It reduces the appearance of pore size, and smoothes fine lines. It also improves make-up application and preps for a closer, smoother shave. You can use a physical scrub, or exfoliate without abrasives if your skin is sensitive.
Clean off the grime, pollution and excess oil. Excessive dirt build up on the surface can cause blockages of the follicle, trapping sebum, sweat, and dead skin cells. Proper skin cleansing clears pores of debris to prevent dirt buildup, allowing the sebum oil to reach the skin surface unimpeded and thereby decreasing the chances of a breakout. But the key is to use a cleanser with a safe pH, and that does not strip your skin or impact your skin’s microbiome
Moisturizing everyday can reduce the chance of developing extreme dryness or oiliness. Both extremes are harmful for skin and cause common skin conditions like acne. It also protects your skin from environmental damage, calms and nourishes, and promotes healing.
Once you get the basics and your skin is healthy, you can do things like; change your moisturizer to adjust for the season, introduce an anti-aging treatment, a night cream, or a serum treatment. These extra add-ons are most helpful for those of us in our 50’s and 60's.
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