The face is the first part of the body people see, so understandably you want to make a good impression. But, the facial skin, including the chest, is thinner and more sensitive than the skin on most parts of your body. That’s why you usually experience those annoying pimples and acne issues, mostly on your face. Because of this, facial skin requires special attention when it comes to care and the use of beauty products. So, does looking in the mirror make you frown? These tips will make your facial skin glow and look healthy.
Remove your makeup before hitting the sheets
This should be your golden rule no matter how tired you are — don’t go to bed with your makeup on. Your facial skin needs to “breathe” while you sleep, and leaving your makeup on will prevent that. That means you’re likely to experience clogged pores that may lead to various skin blemishes. To remind yourself, always place your makeup remover on your bedside table.
Opt for makeup that won’t clog your skin
If you wear makeup often, be sure to shop for non-comedogenic or non-acnegenic cosmetics products that won’t clog your pores and lead to acne or other skin blemishes. These products shouldn’t be difficult to find. Just look for the ones labeled as “non-comedogenic” or “non-acnegenic.”
Wash your face in the morning
Each morning immediately after waking up from bed, do your best to wash your face with warm water. Wash gently and massage your face in the process using circular motions without scrubbing it roughly. Be careful to use warm and not hot water, as the latter can dry out your skin. After washing your face, you can also use an alcohol-free toner to keep it fresh and clean. And every once in a while, book in for Facials at a good spa – a deep cleanse and tone is good for your skin!
Choose the right cleansers
With so many options on the market, picking the right cleanser for your face can be quite a frustrating process. Besides the different brands, there isn’t much difference in most cleansers regarding what they’re made of. For instance, you can categorize most cleansers into gel cleansers, oil, milk cleansers, and cleansing foams. A quick read of the label should tell you what type of cleanser it is and if it’s right for your facial skin.
Don’t overdo the cleansing
Cleaning the face is important as it unclogs the sebaceous glands responsible for producing oil on the skin. It also helps to remove dirt and makeup from the skin. Although cleansing is necessary, you need to ensure that you do not overdo it, as you may rid your facial skin of the barrier it needs to retain moisture and prevent pollutants from entering the skin. If you have dry skin, be sure to use a hydrating cleanser.
Don’t forget professional assistance
Some facial skin issues may need a professional solution if you’ve already done all you can. For example, if you have loose skin on both sides of your nose, you can benefit from Fotona 4D technology and wrinkle removal solutions.