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The All-Important Face Care Routine

Posted by on Nov. 14, 2017 at 7:18 AM
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No one wants premature wrinkles or acne on their skin. Starting a skin care routine can seem like a burden at first, but your face is worth investing the time to take good care of it.

If you wear makeup, or even if you don't, it is extremely important to wash your face with a quality cleanser with a face brush ( I prefer an electric MiroPure brush). Cleansers should not irritate your skin or cause acne to form on your face. If a cleanser does this, you should definitely discard that item. If you are just starting a skin cleansing regime, you should purchase a cleanser for sensitive skin. Any facial cleanser that you choose to use should make your skin feel extremely clean and refreshed.

After cleansing your skin, you should try to use a skin toner on it. A skin toner is a liquid that you apply to your skin, usually with a cotton pad. The skin toner liquid goes a step beyond cleansing as it actually helps to reduce the oiliness of the skin. Some people have naturally oily skin; those who do should definitely invest in a good skin toning product.

A good quality moisturizer should be applied after the toner. If you have a tendency toward oily or extremely dry skin, do not buy just any moisturizer. Look for a moisturizer for your skin type. Most moisturizing products will advise you on the label what skin types they are best suited for. Do not over-apply the moisturizer as it can cause skin to become extremely oily. Apply only the amount of moisturizer that is recommended on the product label.

A facial skin cleansing, toning and moisturizing routine should be completed at least once per day, but it is best to complete it twice per day. You do not have to buy separate cleansers and toners for both morning and evening skin care routines, but you should purchase individual daytime and evening moisturizers. Your skin tends to need more moisture in the evening; therefore, evening moisturizers tend to be thicker and more moisturizing. Daytime moisturizers tend to be more airy and less moisturizing. Using a nighttime skin moisturizer in the daytime can prove to be detrimental to your skin as it can make acne appear.

A good skin care regime is typically very inexpensive to maintain. You can likely expect to spend $30 to $40 to purchase a good cleanser, toner and moisturizer for your face.


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