Daily Skin Care Tips

Skin Care Tips

The 3 steps to daily skin care


Step One: Cleanse your face and neck every morning and night. Always gently cleanse in circular motions in an upward direction. You don’t need to use anything but your hands to cleanse, washcloths are optional.


Step Two: Tone your skin every time you wash your face and neck. It is one of the most important steps in your skin care regime, but often forgotten. When you tone, you are adjusting the pH of your skin back to normal which is critical to keep your face balanced and healthy. Toning will also remove any stubborn dirt left on your face and prepare your skin for moisturizing. For best results, gently use a cotton ball in upward motions.


Step Three: This is the most important step. Moisturize your face and neck every morning and night after you cleanse and tone. Always moisturize your face and neck in upward, circular motions with a gentle touch on your face. Don’t help gravity by tugging down on your skin and remember that the skin on your face, especially around the eyes, is very delicate.


Extra Pampering


 Exfoliate your skin every 3-5 days. Exfoliate your face and neck in circular upward gentle motions with very gentle products. Remember that you are simply exfoliating off dead skin which takes very little pressure.


Use Eye Creams. They are designed to super moisturize the finest skin on your face. When you apply eye creams always use your ring finger or pinky to apply products around the delicate area of your eyes. Your pinky and ring finger are weak by nature and force you to apply gentle pressure.


Use Facial Masks on a weekly or bi-weekly basis to detoxify, renew, and tighten your pores. Before you use a facial mask, it is important to cleanse and tone. Be sure to leave the mask on your face and neck for five to twenty minutes depending on the mask type. Gently and thoroughly remove the mask with warm water. After you remove your mask make sure that you tone and moisturize.

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