Cleansing is the cornerstone of good skincare. It helps to get rid of any residual make-up, impurities, dead skin cells, and excess oil.
Next, start prepping our skin to absorb the nutrients found in your skincare products by exfoliating to clear your pores to maximise absorbtion and bring balance and moisture back to your skin.
Our skin has the ability to replace dead skin cells with new ones but as we age, its capacity for self-renewal diminishes drastically. Give our skin the help it needs by gently sloughing off unhealthy skin to unveil the fresher, smoother skin underneath.
Lightweight and quickly absorbed – that's how we like our serums to be for maximum impact. It should be applied before any cream-based moisturiser, which blocks the skin's ability to absorb the nutrients found in serums.
Everyone knows the importance of hydration, because 60% of our bodies are made up of water. A good facial moisturiser helps our skin stay plump, flexible, resilient, and keeps its outer protective layer intact. Hydration also helps to slow down the aging process, making skin less prone to wrinkle formation.
This step is where we differ most in our skincare routines. Among our main concerns are pigmentation, acne, and wrinkles, so here is when we apply a spot treatment using cosmeceutical creams to our problem areas.
The sun can really wreak havoc on our skin. Skin damage from the sun can lead to wrinkles, dry leathery skin, pigmentation, and skin cancer, among other issues. Protect and prevent problems by wearing sunblock every day.
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