Skin Care Routine To Look Younger

Not sure where to begin with a skincare routine? Find the best skincare routine based on your skin type: normal, dry, oily, combination, sensitive.
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Last Updated: Feb 5, 2020

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The skin is the largest and the most extensive organ in the body, and it requires the utmost care and attention.

No one wants to have marks and bruises from past injuries linger long after healing. And even besides that, the wrinkles and folds that come with aging are not desirable.

Well, if anyone had the power to stop all this, they would, but, unfortunately, some changes are inevitable, and they will happen whether you like it or not.

But not all hope is lost if you take care of your skin early on in life. And in this piece, those skincare routines to keep you looking young and fresh are highlighted. So read on.

Routine 1: Facial and Body Masks and Wraps

The fact that our skin covers our entire body means that it is the most exposed body organ.

The parts covering our faces and limbs are undoubtfully the sections that sustain the most damage. Damage through injuries, burns, scratches, and sunburns.

That is why you will realize the skin on your face and limbs are a darker shade when compared to the rest of your body. So much so, you could incorporate the use of both face and body masks to help heal the skin as a routine.

A one-time treatment works wonders. Now imagine doing it daily or weekly, wouldn’t the results be spectacular?

Routine 2: Facial and Body Massages

The second skincare routine that can help you maintain healthy-looking skin is by massaging it. Massaging the skin stimulates the blood vessels and thus promotes skin regeneration removing dead skin, leaving a new layer of a clear and non-wrinkly layer.

Massaging the skin goes hand in hand with the usage of oils and sometimes using equipment as an ecooking derma roller to get to all parts of the skin.

Routine 3: Scrubbing and Exfoliating

You could also use scrubs and exfoliating treatments as part of your skincare regime. The scrubbing by the use of specially formulated creams and lotions acts to remove the dead skin.

And the exfoliating treatments are to open your skin pores, easing the breathability of your skin.

These two actions are, however, not meant to be done on a daily as they can do more harm than good.

Over scrubbing or over-exfoliating will not allow the skin to heal in due time. So much so, a biweekly or monthly treatment is ideal.

Routine 4: Moisturizing

The last skincare routine to adopt is the moisturizing of your skin on a daily. Your skin is exposed to the weather elements such as wind and heat that rob it water, which is vital to how your skin looks.

The areas most affected are our faces and hands solely because we tend to wash them most.

And because of this, you need to keep moisturizing them every chance you get. So whenever you are on your errands, carry with you a face and hand moisturizer to use every chance you get.

Conclusion

The skin ages with time and develops wrinkles and becomes loose, but that does not mean you should fasten the process by not caring.

Instead, make it look younger, fresher, and brighter using the regimes described above.

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