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Maintaining A Skincare Routine

Maintaining a consistent skincare routine is essential to achieving healthy, radiant-looking skin. But with an endless array of potions and lotions out there, it can be confusing to know where to start. Here's what the perfect skincare routine entails.

A consistent skincare routine is the best way to achieve a healthier, more radiant-looking complexion. By following a daily regime will remove impurities, hydrate and protect skin from environmental damage. It can also help to address specific concerns, such as acne, fine lines, and wrinkles.

Step 1: Cleansing

The first step in any skincare routine is cleansing. This will remove dirt, oil and impurities, preparing your skin for the next steps. Choose a cleanser that is suitable for your skin type, whether it's oily, dry, or sensitive.

Step 2: Toning

Toning helps to restore the skin's natural pH balance. It can also help to reduce the appearance of pores and improve texture. If you have acne-prone skin, pick a product that contains ingredients like glycolic acid or salicylic acid.

Step 3: Serum

Serums are packed with powerful active ingredients that can help to address specific skin concerns, such as fine lines, wrinkles, or hyperpigmentation, so choose one for your issue. Apply after toning and allow a few minutes for it to sink in.

Step 4: Eye Cream

Because the skin around the eyes is very delicate, your usual moisturiser will probably be too heavy. So make sure you you are using one specifically designed for the under-eye area that will hydrate and reduce the appearance of fine lines.

Step 5: Moisturiser

This is essential to prevent dryness flakiness, and irritation. Again, think of what type of skin you have a buy accordingly and apply after your serum and eye cream.

Step 6: Sunscreen

The most important step in any skincare routine because those harmful UV rays can cause premature aging, wrinkles and even skin cancer. Apply a broad-spectrum one with an SPF of at least 30 every day, whatever the weather. You can read more in our blog post here.


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