We all know that glowing skin is not simply a matter of shaving. After shaving, your daily habits, in fact, have a big impact on what you see in the mirror. So what should we do to keep our glowing and smooth skin? You will see that there is a large number of advice from how to moisturize to how to protect yourself from UV rays. How to distinguish useful tips from a dizzying number of opinions? This is a question. Here’s what you should keep in mind to sort through all the noise.
Every person’s skin is not the same type, but the basic skincare routine consists of 3 main skin care tips:
Step 1: Cleansing-Washing your face
It seems probably nothing new. But how you wash your face does make a difference in your appearance. Follow these tips to remove impurities and pollution from the skin and keep your face looking healthy.
- Clean your face with a gentle, non-abrasive cleanser that contains no alcohol.
- Use lukewarm water to wet your face and use your fingertips to apply cleanser. Note: A washcloth, mesh sponge, or anything other than your fingertips may irritate your skin.
- Rinse with lukewarm water and pat dry your skin with a soft towel.
- Apply moisturizer if your skin is dry or itchy. Note: The area around your eyes is so delicate, please be gentle when applying any cream to reduce the chance of accidental damage.
- Washing your face twice a day and after sweating will be better. Wash your face once in the morning and once at night, as well as after sweating heavily. Perspiration, especially when wearing a hat or helmet, irritates the skin. Wash your skin as soon as possible after sweating.
Step 2: Toning — Balancing the skin.
In cosmetics, skin toner or simply toner refers to a lotion, tonic or wash designed to replenish skin through hydration and remove dead cells and dirt left behind after cleansing., usually used on the face.
As for how to use it? Straight after cleansing, either tap directly onto the skin or onto a cotton pad and swipe over the face in an outward motion.
The point of this step is to restore your skin's pH balance. Our skin is naturally acidic, typically with a pH balance of between five and six (on a scale from 0 to 14). But that balance can get out of whack after cleansing due to the alkaline nature of soap. When this happens, your skin needs to work overtime to return to its normal levels (and that may result in oil), but using a toner can help restore this balance quickly.
Step 3: Moisturizing — Hydrating and softening the skin.
Moisturizers have always been a part of the skin care routine. There are many reasons for this. Moisturizers have been shown to increase the amount of moisture in the outermost layer of the skin, the stratum corneum, thereby relieving dryness. They are also thought to fight the signs of aging and help skin look healthier.
After cleansing your face, apply moisturizers to clean skin as they prevent your skin from drying out after washing your face. Moisturizers are also most effective when applied to slightly damp skin, as they seal in moisture. Then, apply a pea-sized amount of moisturizer to your face, using your fingertips in gentle circular motions until it's all absorbed.