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Step to a Healthier Skin Care Routine

Updated on December 16, 2019

Your face washing routine should be one of the most important parts of your day. Starting your day off with a clean face can be an exciting, refreshing experience. Especially if you are on a mission to maintain healthy skin.

Taking these six necessary steps will ensure that you have clean, clear glowing skin.

Skin type

Step One:

Take this time to observe and learn about your skin type. What do you notice about your skins health? What can you do to make the changes needed to your wash routine? These questions should help you to choose the proper products for your skin care journey.


There are three different skin types:


With DRY skin you will notice that your skin is tight through out the day, you may even notice some flaking. This can be from dehydration, drinking coffee or alcoholic beverages.

Having OILY skin can be beneficial to those who don't mind it, it has the most natural lubricant for your skin.

COMBINATION skin has different areas that are either dry or oily. Meaning, oil could be on the forehead or nose while other areas may be dry.


Temperature

Step Two:

Washing your face with HOT water can feel wonderful, like a mini sauna on your face. But even though it feels so good you want to re-frame from doing this because it can dehydrate your skin and remove your natural oils

Using COLD water doesn't have a harsh outcome, it is said that it can be used to remove wrinkles and slow down your aging process. It can also help to shield harmful sun rays. The only disadvantage to a cold wash is the fact that it lacks the ability to clean dirt from your face properly.

There are many rumors about what could happen if you washed your face with hot or cold water.Truth is, Luke warm water is the best option to go with in order to protect your skins natural oils.



Cleanser

Step Three:

Use your cleanser to remove any oil, dirt and dead skin cells. This is known to help prevent acne and unclog pores. You should always use a gentle cleanser that does not contain alcohol, especially if you have sensitive skin.

Here are some known cleansers that are suitable for all different types of skin care needs:

  • Oil
  • Clay
  • Honey
  • Foam
  • Charcoal
  • Cream
  • Vitamin c
  • Powder
  • Micellar
  • Bar
  • Wipes


Exfoliate

Step Four:

This is a very important step to gaining soft and clear skin.Your face grows new skin cells each day, exfoliating removes those dead skin cells and reveals your soft naked skin.

With this in mind, you want to be careful with this process because to much exfoliation could lead to dryness, redness, sensitivity and irritation. Which leads to unwanted breakouts.

Avoid using rags and sponges because this can also irritate the skin if not used properly. For the best results you should gently exfoliate your skin with your fingertips.

Besides using your fingertips during your washing process, there are many other things that you can use to help exfoliate your skin naturally.

  • Oats
  • Sugar
  • Baking soda
  • Salt
  • Rice
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Coffee


Rinse and dry

Step Five:

Rinse your face thoroughly to make sure that you have removed any left over residue from your cleanser. Then pat your face dry with a towel of your choice.


moisterizer

Step Six:

Applying the right moisturizer for your skin can ultimately help improve its moister level. Doing this every day will protect your skin from becoming either dry or oily.

Low Priced Drug-store Moisturizers

  • CeraVe Daily Moisturizing Lotion
  • Cetaphil Daily Facial Moisturizer
  • Garnier SkinActive Moister Bomb
  • Olay Complete All Day Moisturizer With SPF15
  • Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel
  • Olay Total Effects 7-in-1 Anti aging Moisturizer
  • Rose Deep Hydration Moisturizer
  • Cetaphil Pro Oil Absorbing Moisturizer
  • Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer

An ideal wash schedule is to wash your face at least two times a day. Once in the am and the other right before laying down.

You might also have other random situations such as just leaving the gym, had a long day at work and you still have more things to do, or just naturally sweating through out the day. What ever your situation may be, you should wash your face immediately to prevent breakouts.


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