Why Having a Skincare Routine is so important
When you look at someone, what's the first thing you notice? More likely than not, you will think about their face—and whether they have blemishes or wrinkles, whether their skin looks radiant and healthy or dull and lifeless. While there’s no fountain of youth to be found, taking care of your skin can help you to look younger for longer, helping you to feel better about yourself. To get started on your skincare routine today, read on!
Cleanse face with a Gentle Gel Cleanser
When it comes to cleansing your face, you don’t have to be rough. In fact, using something too harsh or stripping on your skin can do more harm than good. Look for products that are specifically made for daily use—these will contain gentle ingredients that won’t hurt your skin and will keep it healthy and glowing. For example, KARE Gentle Cleansing Gel contains soothing ingredients like cucumber extract and allantoin—both of which make skin look younger over time by restoring nutrients while maintaining optimal moisture levels—to leave your face looking radiant every day.
You should also take care to never rub your face when washing it as this may cause breakouts, but instead wash in circular motions with the gel. A mild cleanser should never cause any adverse effects on the skin.
Spritz some KYLN Maskne Toner over the face. This can prevent inflammation and reduce appearance of rosacea. Tap it gently into the skin to dry before applying the next product. Do not use together with any alcohol based product.
Apply Brightening Serum
KLER MelaClear Brightening Serum has been clinically proven to reduce redness and even out skin tone. It also contains salicylic acid which can help control excess sebum production and exfoliate dead skin cells. Additionally, it helps to lighten pigmentation that could be caused by acne scars or sun damage while also strengthening your skin’s barrier function. This serum should be applied as part of your skincare routine morning and night after cleansing, toning and before moisturising. Use 1-2 drops for your whole face, depending on how dry/oily you are. Apply it in an outward motion working from center of face outwards (around eyes) so you don’t accidentally get too close to any sensitive areas!
A lot of people forget about eye cream, but it’s crucial for preventing wrinkles, crow’s feet and bags around your eyes. Try using KARE Eye Beautifier before bed; it does not contain any harsh chemicals that will dry out your skin. These patches are perfectly safe to use every day. They are hypoallergenic so it is suitable for sensitive skin. This product is also fragrance-free and paraben-free which makes it safe for all skin types. You can wear these under or over makeup. They don’t have any harmful side effects on your skin so you can feel comfortable wearing them every day. You can even wear these while you sleep if you want! Since they are easy to apply and remove, there is no reason why everyone shouldn’t be using these beautifying patches on their face every single day!
KARE Skin Hydrator Moisturiser is often thought of as skincare item for women, but men can also benefit from using moisturiser. Moisturising can help keep your skin looking healthy and hydrated throughout winter when skin often dries out. Applying KARE Skin Hydrator Moisturiser to your face, hands or entire body each morning and night helps your skin by trapping water in it – helping keep it supple. The best way to find out if you like certain moisturisers and they work for you is to experiment with them. Finding your perfect one depends on what type of skin you have, so don’t be afraid to try different products and brands until you find one that works for you.
Sun block/Sun screen
KARE Skin Defender is important because UV rays from sunlight cause premature aging and wrinkles. The sun emits two types of UV rays UVA and UVB, both can harm your skin but most of us only think about protecting our skin from UVB. The problem with just protecting from UVB rays are that they are not as strong as UVA rays and often get left out by people when it comes to finding an SPF lotion for their face. This leads to damage caused by stronger UVA rays, which in turn causes aging around your eyes, mouth and forehead. Using a sunscreen that has been labeled broad spectrum will protect you from both ranges of light emitted by the sun.
When you’re out in the sun be sure to apply it at least 15 minutes before going outside so that it has time to soak into your skin. Reapply every 2 hours or more if you have been sweating or swimming. Be sure to look for one with ingredients like zinc oxide and titanium dioxide as these reflect more damaging ultraviolet light than other minerals do.
Having a skincare routine is important to maintain your skin's health and appearance. If you don't have one, we recommend starting with the basics: cleansing, toning, and moisturising. Once you have these down, try adding other products such as serums or masks to suit your needs. Remember that all skin types are different, so experiment to find out what works best for you. At the end of the day, take care of your skin by using products that make it feel hydrated and protected from harsh elements like UV rays. Make sure you’re doing everything in moderation though; no one wants to deal with over-exfoliated skin! Have fun experimenting with new products until you find the ones that work best for you.
You should also consider consulting a dermatologist if something doesn't seem right to be sure there aren't any underlying causes, but generally speaking healthy skin means a healthy lifestyle which includes following an appropriate skincare routine.