Face Time Skincare Tips
Hydrate with elastin, collagen, or aloe. People with sensitive skin or with conditions like psoriasis or eczema may experience a burning or itchy sensation. The best thing to do? Hydrate and coat your skin with essential oils, serums, and creams; nourish your skin with elastin and collagen for a quicker recovery. To build and exfoliate your skin, coat it with cold-processed aloe cream. Additionally, avoid using exfoliants and retinoids too frequently.
Switch to a thicker moisturser. A thicker moisturiser before bed makes a world of a difference. It helps add and retain more moisture in the skin. Also, use a lip moisturiser and eye cream. If they weren’t already part of your skincare regimen, they should be, pronto!
Use sunscreen every day. No matter how many times you’ll hear this, it’s always worth a mention. Sunscreen helps block UV radiation, which accelerates and increases the risk of various skin diseases.
Add vitamin C to your regimen. Vitamin C helps combat the SPF rays that aren’t fully blocked by your sunscreen. It also evens skin pigmentation and boosts collagen production, giving you a brighter complexion.
Keep a humidifier handy. Along with your regular skincare regimen, add a humidifier to the mix. It adds moisture to the air at home. The more moisture in the air, the more your skin will retain.