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Are You Above 20? Here Are The 21 Skin Care Routine You Should Start Following

Are you 20 or more? It’s time to take the bull by the horn and take charge of your skin wheels. Your skin needs you than ever before.

The funniest thing is that what most people assume to be the core skincare routine (using expensive moisturizer) has nothing to do with achieving the best skin condition. Hence, I decided to compile the top 21 skincare tips you need to start following to look your best, achieving the most beautiful and healthiest skin you never imagine.

21 Skincare Tips To Follow

Don’t Smoke

It affects not only your skin but also your general health. By taking a bold step today to quit smoking, your skin and health will improve.

Cut Down on Excess Alcohol Consumption

Like smoking, taking excess alcohol is a recipe for dry, dull skin.

Avoid Excess Sunlight

If you can’t avoid the sun entirely, invest in a potent sunscreen of SPF 15 and above

Get Enough Sleep

While sleeping, all your organs relax, including your skin. Try to sleep for at least 7 hours daily

Wear Protective Clothing

Wear clothes that cover most of your body part during the period the sunlight is high up in the sky. This would slim down your chances of getting melanoma (skin cancer)

Use A Nourishing Moisturizer

Moisturizers formulated with natural plant oils and extracts should be the best choice for your skin.

Avoid Alcohol-Based Products

Alcohol-based products may cause dry skin. By choosing skin-friendly alternatives like oil to remove your makeup, your skin won’t lose moisture.

Remove Your Makeup Before Going To Bed

Ensure you invest in a good makeup remover. Before sleeping, remove your eye and facial makeup to prevent dry skin.

Change Makeup Every 3 Months

I recommend you invest in new makeup every three months except otherwise stated by the manufacturer. This is because some makeup can harbor bacteria, which may cause skin inflammation

Exfoliate Twice Weekly

At least twice weekly, make sure you exfoliate your skin with the right ingredient like dead sea salt and brown sugar mixed with olive oil and a little lemon.

Eat Organic, Non-GMO Foods

GMO foods are not good for your health. They choke benefits off your skin, making you look older than you really are.

Exercise Regularly

When you exercise, you get blood pumping to the right places. Thin, in turn, improves your skin health

Shave With Clean, Sharp Razor

Use a clean, sharp razor to shave, preventing bumps from forming on the shaved area

Do Facial Exercise Every Time

Facial exercises work your face muscles, strengthening your muscle and preventing saggy skin

Eat Healthily

Foods rich in vitamins and minerals should be what you choose from today. These rich foods, unlike junks, enhance your health while improving your skin

Avoid Harsh Chemicals

Paraben, hydroquinone, and other flagged ingredients (See 109 Dangerous Ingredients) make your skin look ugly and unhealthy.

Drink Enough Water

While there is little evidence to suggest that water makes the skin supple, water truly lowers stress, which is part of the factors that make us age quickly.

Apply Facial Cream Upward

Using an upward stroke, apply your facial cream always. This prevents skin sagging that forms wrinkle and lines.

Pay Attention To Your Eyes

Are lines or wrinkles forming? When you pay attention to your face, you’ll be able to adopt a quick solution to remedy the aging signs before they go out of hand.

Care for Your Neck

It’s time to treat your neck like you’re doing to your face. The neck also accommodates lines and wrinkles that you likely don’t appreciate.

Invest in An Antioxidant Serum

Antioxidant serums make your skin soft and supple while brightening, protecting, and making your face pop.

In Conclusion

These are some of the many skin care tips you need to abide with so that your skin can look vibrant and beautiful. Do you have any question? Please drop them below.

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