Good skin makes people younger and more beautiful.
Women’s skin starts to become aging, slack, and lusterless after 25 years old. So what should we do to delay aging and maintain beauty?
Good skincare products are the most important factors for good skin, but they are not enough. To give a full play to the performance of the skincare products, you should use them in the correct order.
Your lifestyle and the ingredients of the skincare products that you use may affect your skin types. However, there is a good way to use them correctly, namely, apply them in the order from the thinnest to the thickest texture because a thin skincare product can not penetrate a thick product.
Step 5: Acne Removal To remove the acne at night when the body is in repairing mode. Do not mix anti-acne ingredients like benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid with retinol, which may cause irritation. On the contrary, try your best to maintain the skin in a calm and moisturizing state.
1.Wash your face. Morning and night, rinse your face water and rub a small amount of gentle cleanser between clean palms. Massage face wash all over your face using gentle pressure. Rinse your hands and massage your face with water to rinse your face until you’ve removed the cleanser and grime. Gently pat your face dry with a soft towel. If you wear makeup, you may need to cleanse twice at night.
2. Apply toner. If you use toner, apply after cleansing your face and before everything else. Pour a few drops of toner into your palms or a cotton pad and gently swipe onto your face.
3. Apply serum. Morning is a great time to use a serum with antioxidants—like a brightening vitamin C serum—because they protect your skin from free radicals you’ll encounter throughout the day. Nighttime is a good time to use a moisturizing serum with hyaluronic acid, which keeps your skin from drying out at night.
4. Apply eye cream. You can apply regular moisturizer to your under-eye area, but if you decide to use a specialized eye cream, you’ll typically want to layer it underneath moisturizer, since eye creams tend to be thinner than face moisturizers. Try using an eye cream with a metal roller-ball applicator and storing it in the fridge to counteract puffiness in the morning.
5. Use spot treatment. It’s a good idea to use acne spot treatments at night, when your body is in repair mode.
6. Moisturize. Moisturizer both hydrates skin and locks in all the other layers of product you’ve applied. Look for a lightweight lotion for the morning.In the evening, you can use a thicker night cream. Those with dry skin may want to use a cream morning and night.
7. Apply retinoid. Retinoids (vitamin A derivatives including retinol) can reduce dark spots, breakouts, and fine lines by increasing skin-cell turnover, but they can also be irritating, especially for sensitive skin. If you use retinoids, know that they break down in the sun, so they should only be used at night. They also make your skin extra-sensitive to the sun, so sunscreen is a must.
8. Apply face oil. If you use a face oil, make sure to apply it after your other skin-care products since nothing else will be able to penetrate the oil.
9. Apply sunscreen. It may be the last step, but nearly any dermatologist will tell you that sun protection is the most important part of any skin-care regimen. Protecting your skin from UV rays can prevent skin cancer and signs of aging.