Skin care is just as vital as taking care of your other organs. However, having healthy skin necessitates regular upkeep in order for it to reach its full potential. If we don't get answers to our skin care questions, we can make a mistake and end up hurting our skin. So, what are the most asked skin care questions? This article answers six skin care FAQs to get you and your skin on the right track.
Our routines have undoubtedly changed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, mostly with us spending more time indoors. To accommodate those changes, it's a good idea to develop a new skin care routine. For example, if you work from home and use a lot of central heating, you should include a high-quality moisturizer in your skincare routine to prevent dry skin.
While we all wash the sleep out of our faces every morning, we often forget to do so before we dive head-first into our pillow at night. But washing your face at night is actually more impactful than doing it in the morning. Why? Because, as you sleep, bacteria accumulate on your skin and can do some damaging work like breaking you out or discoloring your skin. Now, imagine how much bacteria will pile up if you go through your entire day doing what you do (resting your face on things, touching your face with dirty hands, getting food on your face, etc.) and you don’t wash your face before going to sleep. Not a good situation.
There isn't a one size fits all solution for cleansing. The type of cleanser you use is based on your skin type, any skin conditions you may have, and possible allergies.
Skin that is dry? Choose an oil-based cleaner with the word "balm" in the name.
Double cleansing is your buddy if you have oily skin. Begin by cleansing with an oil-based cleanser to break down sebum (natural oil in your skin and hair), then follow with a gentle foam cleanser to avoid blocking your pores.
Micellar waters are a fantastic choice for all skin types, especially sensitive skin, as tap water can irritate it.
Unfortunately, our collagen and elastin production begins to decline in our early twenties, and these are the building blocks of young, bouncy skin. Furthermore, our cells do not replenish at the same rate as they used to. All of this proves that it makes sense to integrate anti-aging lotions and exfoliators into your skincare routine in your twenties if you want to keep your skin looking full and bright. This can be accomplished with Botox, chemical peels, and more.
If you're concerned about puffiness, dark circles, or crow's feet, an eye cream is a good addition to your routine because it will have been specifically created to address the problem. It will also have a lighter texture, which is perfect for around the eyes.
Eye creams can help tighten your skin, reduce fine lines, and diminish the appearance of dark circles. So, if you are experiencing any of these issues, eye creams may be right for you.
“Dry,” “combination,” and “oily” are the three most common skin types. Dry skin commonly produces tightness around the eyes and mouth, as well as flaky skin patches around the cheeks. Combination skin has an oily appearance on the nose and forehead but also has dry spots on the cheeks. Oily skin tends to be soft and greasy to the touch, giving the cheeks an excessively gleaming appearance.
These examples may help you determine your skin type, but the best way to ensure optimal skincare is to find out from a licensed dermatologist.