For most women, having beautiful skin is very important. Yet knowing what exactly to do in order to obtain good skin can be an overwhelming task. Googling “good skin” or “how do I get good skin?” will yield thousands and thousands of results, including links to products touting themselves as the best on the market. Of course, if you have a few dozen similar products making such a statement, then how do you really know?
But don’t be mistaken-your skin is a very resilient organ. Chances are, you don’t need anything complicated or costing hundreds of dollars in order to keep it clean and healthy. Start simple, and if needed, you can add more complicated products.
The basics that anyone would need-young to old-include a cleanser, a day moisturizer containing sunblock (a minimum of SPF 30 is recommended, and the formula should block both UVA and UVB rays) and a night moisturizer. The cleanser should be formulated for “normal to dry” skin and be simple (a cleanser geared towards “sensitive skin” is a good place to start).
The same applies to the day moisturizer, with of course the addition of sunblock. Sunblock is extremely, extremely important! Unfortunately a lot of women forget or skimp on it and pay the price down the road. Not only do UVA/UVB rays accelerate signs of aging such as brown spots, freckles, wrinkles, and discoloration, but they also heighten your risk for skin cancer. Remembering this simple step every single day will allow your future self to thank you.
The night moisturizer is much more flexible-it can be anything from a cream to a formula containing salicylic acid, retinol, or antioxidants.
Use these products faithfully for two months before trying something new; it takes this amount of time for you to see the true results of a skincare product.
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