A clean flawless skin is everyone’s desire. But in order to get one, you need to know the knowledge behind beautiful skin. These tips will help you take your skin-care knowledge to the next level to help you achieve healthy and great looking skin.
- For the best skin health it is best to wash your face twice daily — once in the morning and once at night before going to bed.
- Most bar soaps are too harsh to use on your face because they contain ingredients that may irritate and dry the skin. Liquid facial cleansers or foaming products tend to be less harsh and some even moisturize and tone your face as they clean.
- The proper order for facial cleansing is to cleanse, tone, and moisturize.
- It is best to replace mascara every 3 months. As a side note: Never share mascara with anyone! It can lead to serious eye infections.
- It’s always more effective if your face is steamy-damp when you apply a product, as it helps drive it deeper into your skin.
- If you feel your go-to products are no longer working, revisiting your diet and supplementation plan may help.
- Toners help restore the pH balance to your skin, which makes your skin’s surface less susceptible to unwanted bacterial growth. Toners also help to remove fine traces of oil, dirt, and make-up that you may have missed when cleansing.
- When you apply a sunscreen of SPF50 followed by a foundation of SPF30, you won’t get SPF80 coverage. The final coverage you’re getting is only from the product with the higher SPF value.
- If your skin feels “tight” after cleansing, it means that your cleanser is too drying or that you’re over-cleansing. Cut down your frequency if you’re cleansing more than twice a day, or change to a more moisturizing cleanser.
- To reduce open pores, you should exfoliate your skin
While products are effective in keeping your skin looking good, what you consume through nutrition can have direct impact on how healthy and radiant your skin appears. But the number-one way to keep skin gorgeous is to stay out of the sun and away from tanning beds. The suns radiation causes skin damage, including wrinkles, age spots and skin cancer. Use a sunscreen that protects against UVA and UVB rays in an SPF of 15 or higher, and reapply often.