1. Oil-based [cleaning] (How to Get Rid of Textured Skin?)
Apply an oil-based cleanser. It is recommended that the product removes makeup debris more deeply while moisturizing the face. For this purpose, green tea oil is the most recommended. However, a cosmetic with argan oil can also be used.
For that, you need a water-based cleaner. Use a cleanser foam that helps to clean pores and remove excess fat. Apply the product on your hands and apply it on your face.
After deep cleansing, the ideal is to continue exfoliating your skin with a brown sugar mask. It should be applied to skin that is still wet to make it softer and not hurt the skin. This step is recommended to be performed only twice a week. If done daily, it damages the skin.
Not everyone knows that every 30 or 40 days, the skin renews itself naturally when ■■■■ cells give way to newer ones. And these ■■■■ cells are not always eliminated - which can cause blemishes and even clog your pores.
This is where exfoliation comes in to remove ■■■■ cells and leave your skin invigorated and soft. The process also contributes to improving the effectiveness of creams and skin products, increasing absorption. At home, with kitchen ingredients, it is possible to make incredible scrubs, rich in vitamins and nutrients that will leave your skin even smoother.
The next step is to apply a collagen tonic to balance the pH and leave the skin ready to absorb the other products.
You can use a snail drool essence, which helps to repair tissues and reduce the hyperpigmentation that produces spots on the skin.
The facial serum moisturizes, illuminates and reaffirms, so it is another very important step to obtain the desired appearance.
You don’t have to spend a fortune on creams to keep your facial skin beautiful and hydrated. With some homemade tricks, using ingredients from the kitchen, it is possible to keep the skin clean, toned and not oily.
Recipe for Homemade Face Moisturiser:
A mixture of egg yolk, oatmeal and lemon juice reduces the oiliness of the skin, preventing the appearance of pimples. A simple ice cube can not only refresh but also clean and hydrate your skin.
Then comes the face mask. Like the scrub, this step is necessary between two or three times a week only.
How to make a Home made Scrub?
- 3 tablespoons of Japanese rice;
- 1 tablespoon of honey;
- 1 tablespoon of whole milk;
Boil enough filtered water to soften the rice. Reserve the water and let it cool. Add the rice, honey and warm milk (no need to boil). Mix everything with light, circular movements.
Apply the mixture on the face by doing a facial massage with movements from the inside out and let it dry for about thirty minutes. Remove the mask with the cold water used to prepare the Japanese rice.
Very simple and easy, isn’t it? Rice water can be turned into ice cubes. Every day in the morning, apply the solution to the skin to invigorate the skin.
The mask in the refrigerator can last up for 48 hours at most. It should be kept tightly closed and preferably in a glass container.
Now you have to pay special attention to the eye area. It is necessary to apply it gently so as not to mistreat the region that tends to have more wrinkles and fine lines. A regenerating cream can soften the contours of your eyes to make you look younger.
This people’s favourite is the one that contains collagen, as it will give the skin the appearance and smoothness you are looking for.
Finally, the last step will depend on the time of day when you apply the treatment. If you do this before going to bed, you can use a water mask to keep the moisture on your skin while you sleep. If it is morning, then you need to apply sunscreen.
Remember that this step should not be ignored: you have just had a treatment for your skin, designed to keep it clean and hydrated, eliminating ■■■■ skin cells. If you do not put on the protection, you may suffer from more stains than you are able to eliminate.
- Prevention is the best medicine
- Double cleaning to eliminate makeup residues and pollution
- Daily hydration is essential
- Toning refreshes and nourishes the skin
- Prefer products that contain natural ingredients in the formulation
- Use sunscreen
- You are what you eat
- Be consistent
Glowing skin starts from within! For glowing skin and overall good health, it’s a good idea to avoid sugars, alcohol, processed and packaged foods. Instead, cooking for yourself and with whole foods are habits that impact your skin and overall health. Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to reduce inflammation, help acne symptoms, and even improve your skin’s sensitivity to harmful UV rays from the sun. Try to eat more foods like fish, eggs, soy products, kale, nuts, or almonds and see how your body responds.
To relieve tension and help your skin rejuvenate, we encourage a variety of routines that can be transformed into a fun routine. This may involve setting aside 10 minutes in the morning and evening for your skincare routine. You can visit a salon or spa or create your own spa at your house by soaking in the tub with scented candles. Even long hot showers can create a kind of hammam! Whatever you plan, little skincare rituals where you focus on yourself will help you relax your mind and reconnect at the end of a long tiring day.
And when it comes to youthful-looking skin, exercise is very helpful in combating the early signs of ageing. Exercise increases blood flow to the skin and improves the transport of oxygen along with other nutrients to minimize inflammation in your body.
It is also known as snail drool extract, It is an ingredient that is becoming more popular in the beauty hemisphere. Koreans seldom use creams with mucine when for sensitive skin. It is known to help regenerate skin cells, bringing back the healthy aspect.
It helps revitalize tired skin and maintain a natural and healthy glow. Being one of the most popular ingredients in Asian beauty products today, a wide variety of products can be found with it - from moisturizers to essences and everything in between.
It is part of the vitamin B group. Products with this ingredient, including essences, help to improve metabolism and maintain healthy skin. Yeast has become popular in a few years for its anti-aging advantages. It is also a great cleanser and a moisturizer for the skin. Unfortunately, it smells strong, but the benefits are so good that you will soon miss it!
Another thing you may have heard a lot about is: you are what you eat. And here it becomes even clearer since Koreans always try to have a diet with vegetables that will benefit our bodies and skin as well. The kimchi is one of the most famous and lives up to its fame: this condiment made with garlic, ginger, chives, cabbage and pepper has antioxidant properties such as Vitamin C and beta-carotene that help in improving the health of the skin, helping it to stay free of imperfections.
Another very common one is roasted barley tea, which has antioxidant properties to clean toxins from the inside out, helping to have more elastic and more hydrated skin.
During the day, many impurities can accumulate on the hands and should in no case reach our face. So avoid touching your face during the day.
If you clean your skin, it is essential to wash your hands first, otherwise, the bacteria also get on your face and spread there.
Double Cleansing is the secret to clear skin. The skin is first cleaned with oil, and only then with a classic cleansing product. The skin is then perfectly cleansed gently and in-depth.
The solution to getting glass skin is a routine that includes products that gently exfoliate and remove ■■■■ skin cells, as well as products that plump the skin with hydration.
The secret of this trend is above all discipline. Because we only succeed in having a skin as smooth, well-groomed and plumped at the cost of an intensive care routine, followed with an iron will.