Your Guide to Beauty Skin Care Tips

First is cleansing. It’s important to choose the proper product. A universal mild cleanser is Purpose’s Gentle Cleansing Wash. For dryer skin try Cetaphil Cleanser. A good cleaner for oily skin is Clinique Wash-Away Gel Cleanser. A fast and convenient way to cleanse the face is while in the shower. Whether in the morning or at night, bring the cleanser into the shower and lather up the face while washing out shampoo.

Exfoliate makes the list of beauty skin care tips. This is not something that needs to be done on a daily basis, every other day is great for most people. Bring a tube of St Ives Apricot Scrub into the shower to incorporate this step into an already established beauty routine. Or for a more serious exfoliation try a chemical peel, which is available at a dermatologist, plastic surgeon, maxillofacial surgeon, or otolaryngologist office.

Toner is the next topic of beauty skin care tips. Its use is to remove make up, extraneous oil on the skin and can help prevent breakouts. Beauty industry experts debate the usefulness of toner as it can excessively dry out skin, but for acne prone or overly oily skin, this can be a helpful step. Try DDF Glycolic 10% Toning Complex for particularly acne prone skin types.

Moisturizing the skin is key, even oily skin needs a little moisturizer. Moisturizers help keep moisture locked into the skin so that it doesn’t dry out and become irritated. They help keep skin soft and smooth out wrinkles. If exfoliating or using toner, moisturizer should be put on the face after these steps. Severe dry skin may need more than one application of moisturizer a day, similar to putting lotion on hands throughout the day. A cream based moisturizer helps seal in water more effectively than lotion based moisturizers. For severe dry skin try H2O Plus Face Oasis Hydrating Treatment, for normal skin try Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion and for oily skin try Ahava Matifying Moisturizer.

Night cream or eye cream, as the name implies, is for use at night and is a more intense moisturizer to help smooth out wrinkles around the eyes. The skin around the eyes is thinner and is more susceptible to wrinkles. Try Korres Evening Primrose Eye Cream.

The final section of beauty skin care tips is the subject of sunscreen. Sunscreen is beneficial for preventing the skin from aging too quickly as well as protection from skin cancer due to too much sun exposure. Many moisturizers on the market currently contain sunscreen, which can save time and money. But an individual sunscreen has it’s benefits and maybe helpful for the different times of the day (one for during the day light hours and one for at night). If looking for a combination sunscreen/moisturizer, AHAVA – Sun Protection Anti-Aging Facial Moisturizer SPF 50 comes highly recommended. For an individual sunscreen, Neutrogena makes a variety of products ranging in SPF degrees, oily vs. non-greasy and other customizable options.