Skin Care Routine Infographic
Do you feel overwhelmed by all the different skincare products on the store shelves? You’re not alone! With so many different products to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start. However, an effective skincare regimen doesn’t have to be that complicated, all you need to do is go back to basics:
Know Your Skin Type
- Are you a teenager dealing with oily and problematic skin?
- Or are you a mature woman who wants to say goodbye to fine lines?
We all have different skin problems, especially at different stages of our lives. Therefore, when choosing products for your skincare program, it is important to choose products that fit your current concerns.
Start With Cleaning
Cleanliness is the cornerstone of any daily skincare routine, cleaning the skin of oils and getting ready to absorb follow-up products. Use the cleaning product of your choice twice a day to remove any dirt, oil, and other impurities. In the evening, your cleansing products still have an important task, that is to remove the color makeup left during the day.
Every few days, you need to add an exfoliator to your daily skincare routine. Exfoliators provide a cleaner cleansing experience by physically removing the top epidermis of the skin. This procedure not only removes the accumulation of dead skin cells, but also speeds up the process of skin cell replacement, leaving the skin looking new.
Add Professional Products
If you like a simple skin-care routine, then you may want to skip this step. However, if you have specific skin problems (such as pigmentation, wrinkles, blemishes, dehydration, dark circles under your eyes) then this is an integral part of your skincare routine and you should use products specifically designed to address these issues.
Every skin care procedure must include a moisturizer. Due to a combination of physical and environmental factors, our skin loses moisture throughout the day.
Stick To Sunscreen
Ultraviolet radiation is the main cause of visible skin conditions such as pigmentation, uneven skin tone and fine lines. Sunscreen provides your skin with much needed protection against these light damage.