When it comes to face care, you want to invest in good quality products to achieve a healthy rejuvenated look.
Granted that the skin on your face is highly sensitive to different types of environmental, physical and lifestyle factors, you should know what makes it look young and plump.
Luckily, your facial care routine should not take you more than a few minutes a day. By incorporating the basics – cleaning, toning, moisturizing and UV protection – you can nourish your skin and improve its appearance.
Initially, the foundation of facecare is cleaning. Even though it sounds simple, cleaning is more than just splashing cold water on your face, and it is important to do it right. Namely, the proper wash is significantly dependent on using the right cleanser – not harsh body soaps that can cause dryness, irritation and breakouts. Depending on your skin type, pick a gentle non-alcohol wash that cleanses your skin without drying it up.
If you have oily skin, tone it every morning after cleansing. A nice toner will shrink pores, restore pH balance and give the skin a velvety matte look. Tonners containing antioxidants such as vitamin C, green tea and witch hazel have calming effects, and they may help reduce inflammation after shaving.
Once or twice a week use a facial scrub to exfoliate dead cells and boost blood circulation to the skin. Pay extra attention to the T-spot, but do not be harsh on your cheeks and chin because you basically scrub them every time you shave.
Furthermore, you should support the hydration level of your skin by applying a moisturiser. A light cream with natural ingredients provides soothing, revitalizing effect and helps minimize the appearance of fine lines.
In fact, the moisturiser with a minimum SPF of 20 is a necessary shield from both UVA and UVB rays that can lead to dark spots, wrinkles and loss of skin elasticity.
Of course, you can always improve your skincare by incorporating more products such as pre-shave and after-shave oils, serums and masks. Nevertheless, they should always complement he above-mentions essentials.