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How to establish a good skin treatment?

Good skin care is one of the most important investments you can do in your life. Cut down your make up expenses and focus on having great skin. Start investing on proper skin treatment available for you.

Using the right cleanser for your skin type

While cleansers are definitely important for a skin care routine, they only become effective if you know how to choose the right type of cleanser. If you have acne-prone and oily skin, then the best types of cleansers to use is the salicylic gel and cleansers with benzoyl peroxide, but  if you have mature and dry skin, selecting a cleanser that has a moisturizing glycolic and milk is what would be recommended. If you have brown spots on your skin, then use a brightening cleanser, like the ones that contain alpha hydroxyl acid type of cleansers.

Hydrate the skin effectively

One of the best ways to treat your skin correctly is to properly hydrate the body. This means, drinking at least 8 glasses of water and using skin moisturizers that provide a moisturizing effect. You can select skincare products that oxygenate and hydrate your skin, and then select the products that contain chlorophyll to help reduce cellulite and free radicals on the skin.

Do not touch your face

One of the best ways to help avoid damaging your face is to stop touching it.  A skin treatment regimen is making sure that your skin is not infected with bacteria that lead to skin breakouts and scarring. By becoming disciplined and reducing the chance of touching your face, you help avoid future skin problems.

“Less is more” in skin treatments

When it comes to skin treatment regimens, having less ingredients and more natural elements in the products are highly recommended. Specially for sensitive skin, you have to be extra careful in choosing your products. The fewer chemicals inside the formula, the better will be the effect of the skin care regimen. Of course, each skin type, whether clear skin, glowing skin, acne skin, cracked skin, etc., would still require a different skin treatment.

Sensitive Skin

Dry Skin

Clear Skin

Oily Skin

Glowing Skin

Cracked Skin

Acne Skin

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    Stephanie Caldwell

    Stephanie's quite into skin care, spending most of her time reviewing products, trying out challenges, and even exploring brands. A self-proclaimed expert in skin care, she knows all the good stuff that you'd want to know about. And if there's one thing you'll remember about her, it's that her motto is - moisture is not hydration.


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