Wash your face, apply toner, apply serum, apply eye cream, Use spot treatment, Moisturize, apply retinoid, apply face oil, Apply sunscreen
The skin is structured from three main layers: the topmost layer (Epidermis), the middle layer (Dermis) and the bottom layer (Hypodermis), the outermost part of the Epidermis is called Stratum Corneum or THE SKIN BARRIER.
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Acne have three causes: overactive sebaceous (oil) glands, abnormal shedding of dead skin cells and the fast production (proliferation) of acne causing bacteria.
There are treatments to lessen the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and age spots like Retinoids, Alpha hydroxy acids, Antioxidants, Moisturizers, Glycolic acid peels and Deeper peels.
Wash with a gentle cleanser, use physical or chemical exfoliant, use antiaging serum, Moisturize, always apply sunscreen.
Hyperpigmentation is the name used to describe patches of skin that look darker and it can be avoided by protecting your skin from the sun by using a good quality sunscreen and stay away from the direct sunlight.
Collagen is a protein that serves as one of the main building blocks for your bones, skin, hair, muscles, tendons, and ligaments, composed mainly of the amino acids glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline, Collagen is what keeps our skin from sagging, giving us that plump, youthful look.
YES, you need to moisturize your skin, even if it is oily, moisturizers don’t add water to your skin, but rather help hold the water in the outer layer of your skin to keep it hydrated.
YES, it is important, most ideally, a toner should be applied twice a day, once after the cleansing process in the morning and the second time, during the night-time skin care routine after thorough removal of makeup because it help to temporarily minimize the appearance of pores and create a smoother looking appearance, toners also help to clean dirt, oils and impurities.
Physical exfoliation relies on the manual removal of skin cells; chemical exfoliation breaks down the ‘glue’ that bonds cells together making it easy to wipe away the dead cells, Physical exfoliation is using something abrasive on the skin often showing immediate results but can be too harsh for some skin types. Chemical exfoliation refers to beta-hydroxy acids (BHAs), such as salicylic acid, and alpha hydroxyl acids (AHAs), such as lactic and glycolic acids, which give your skin a mild exfoliation, Chemical exfoliation is often more gentle for sensitive skin
Protect yourself from the sun, use a retinoid, Moisturize, stay hydrated, eat vitamin rich food, sleep on your back, don’t smoke and relax your face.