Exfoliate: It is also recommended that you exfoliate once or twice a week to remove dead skin cells, clean deeper and help remove black hides. Be careful when rubbing, especially if the exfoliating agent has coarse granules. Do not expose acne to the skin. Wait for outbreaks to clear. Do not expose the skin if there is damage, rash or sunburn on the skin.
People with oily skin must be extra careful when exfoliating the skin so that they do not overstimulate the oil glands, increasing the amount of oil that the skin produces. Very sensitive and oily skin can choose a mild fruit curd instead of a scrub.
Eye cream: As there are no oil lids around the eye, a skin body on the eye will be used with eye cream on the skin and reduce the skin and dark circles. Carefully apply the product under the eye and as directed.
Face masks: Masks have been used as cosmetic treatments since ancient times to help nourish and rejuvenate the skin. They can hydrate, exfoliate, become easier, nourishing or deep cleansing depending on the skins needs and desired effect. It is very important that the face mask is applied to a clean skin as they may contain penetrating properties and higher concentrations of active ingredients. Depending on your particular needs, they may be used daily, or once or twice a week.
Humidifier: Humidifiers are designed to create a protective barrier over the skin to keep moisture in the skin from vaporizing, and containing environmental irritations and debris. Use a moisturizer that does not irritate the skin. A completely natural organic moisturizer is a good choice because they do not contain any chemicals or hard additives. The type of moisturizer you use depends on your skin type as normal, dry, sensitive, oily, acne or a combination of any of these. A good moisturizer will calm and rejuvenate the skin, nourish, maintain normal pH levels and help with cell regeneration.
Serum: Serum should be used when you feel your skin is in a box and you will not get the results with your basic products. Serum can really make a big improvement! I have seen it with my own eyes as an aesthetist who works with skin for 25 years.
Serum is ultra-concentrated formulas that infuse the skin with a deep concentration of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. They are made to penetrate deeply and not to protect the surface like moisturizing creams and lotions. Serum, but also meant to hydrate, should never be used alone because they do not contain the protective properties of creams.
Serum usually comes in a gel, creamy gel or oily form and is intended for use under a moisturizer or mask. A skin serum is the only beauty product capable of penetrating deep into the layers of the skin and absorbed completely to give phenomenal results. Loaded with nutrients and vitamins, these skin serum has molecular ability to penetrate three layers of skin and deposit nutrients where they will be absorbed most. There are different types of serum available today, from those that help reverse or decrease signs of aging against those that help prevent acne in the skin that illuminates them. One of the most widely used serums is vitamin C serum that stimulates collagen production, improves skin structure, restores skin radiation, and prevents wrinkles.
Using a quality serum helps to restore collagen, reduce redness and discoloration, and reduces age spots, fine lines, brown spots and wrinkles. Both serum and moisture generators help to create new cells on the surface that reveal a softer and softer skin.
Moist skin is ten times more permeable than dry skin, so it is beneficial to apply the serum to moist skin. After cleaning use an alcohol-free toner and leave it moist on the skin before applying your serum. By leaving the skin moist with tones, the action ingredients in your serum will penetrate deeper into the skin, giving you better results.
During the dry season, the only thing you can do for your skin at night, keep a humidifier in your room. You will hydrate your face (and body) continuously as you sleep.