Tips for a Healthier Looking Skin
Water, comfort and sunscreen are the most common stages of beauty. These three beauty basics want to be a part of your daily routine. If they are not part of your daily lifestyle, go to your local store and get a bottle of water that you can transport, preferably add an SPF 30 or 50 sunscreens to the basket and add Set a timetable. Sleep where you get eight hours of sleep.
After a week of water, relaxation and sun protection routines, you will be ready to go deeper, deeper into skincare.
Tip # 1: Know Your Skin Type: Normal skin, dry place, or excessive glow. Dry skin, rough patches, tightness and glowing. Seamless skin, smooth feeling and shine. Oil the skin in the T-zone with the mixture drying zone.
Use anti-ageing. At 25, we lose one per cent of collagen. Collagen, if you don’t know, is a vitamin that prevents fine lines and wrinkles. My essential product is the Elegant’s Genius Liquid Collagen ($115). The two other products I’ve tried and are still using are the Clarence Double Serum Edge Control Concentrate ($89) and Ollie Henriksen’s True Serum ($48).
Hydrate your skin day and night. Try a new range of energy from Sekido. It stimulates the senses by treating them with textures and aromas. Broad Spectrum SPF 20 Essential Energy Day Cream costs $48. You can use the essential energy hydrating gel cream ($48) during the day or at night. Works incredibly well for dry skin.