Best Facial Skin Care Steps
Best Facial Skin Care Steps
Daily facial skin care is essential for any skin type, and proper facial skin care steps are key to younger-looking skin.

Best Facial Skin Care Steps

The skin is under tremendous stress every day. The most important is the facial skin because unlike the rest of the body, it cannot be protected by clothing from prolonged exposure to air. Therefore, the skin of any age needs care. This not only protects her health, but also her beauty.

If she is naturally impeccable, proper facial skin care will maintain her skin condition. Daily facial skin care can significantly improve the quality of problem skin. Of course, in addition to salon facial skin care treatments, at-home facials are still necessary for maximum results—they will help maintain results. This requires us to understand what is the correct skin care steps.


Skin Types

Before doing facial skin care, we need to understand our skin type first and formulate a series of skin care plans according to our skin problems, to achieve the maximum effect of facial skin care.

The four common skin types are:

·Normal Skin - Medium thickness and density, even skin tone, tolerant to negative environmental influences, less prone to inflammation, no shine, small pores. Normal skin usually requires only the standard four facial skin care steps of facial cleansing, toning, moisturizing and nourishing.

·Dry Skin - Thin skin thickness and density, dull complexion, sensitive skin, often feeling dry and prone to flaking. Dry skin needs more hydration than other types, and facial skin care products for dry skin must be soft and non-irritating.

·Oily skin - Thick and thick skin, large pores, increased sebum secretion, often oily skin, prone to acne and blackheads. Oily skin needs to focus on facial cleansing and shine removal. For this, it is necessary to use 1-2 times a week with a pore-reducing and oil-removing mask with additional facial cleansing.

·Combination skin - Refers to both skin types, usually with oily skin in some areas of the face and dry skin in other areas. For combination skin, it should be combined with the corresponding facial care products. Focus on moisturizing skin care products on dry areas of the face. When facial inflammation occurs, use facial skin care products with anti-acne and anti-inflammatory effects.


What are the correct steps for facial skin care?

1. Facial cleansing.

Without facial cleansing, all other facial skin care steps are meaningless, as clogged pores and dust deposits prevent skincare products from being fully absorbed and functioning. Facial cleansing is required in the morning and evening. The facial cleansing in the morning is to remove dead cells and oil, and the facial cleansing in the evening is to remove the dirt left on the skin by makeup and atmospheric pollution.

Facial cleansing products such as gel or foam are recommended for oily and combination skin. For dry and sensitive skin, a soft cleanser is recommended. Deep cleanse the skin with a scrub or a professional facial cleansing device every other week or so for a refreshed look and the added benefits of other skin care products.


2. Toning.

When toning, it removes the residue of the cleanser, awakens the skin and stimulates the cellular respiration process. Toners for oily skin will help normalize oil production and tighten pores, while toners for dry skin will help the skin retain moisture. Toners, like facial cleansers, need to be used twice a day - morning and evening.

In the morning, it's best to use facial skin care products that have anti-inflammatory properties, they can help make makeup-damaged skin less inflamed and less acne-prone. At the same time, we don't recommend opting for alcohol-based facial skin care products - they can easily dry out your skin. Water-based toners are more effective and gentle on the skin.


3. Moisturizing.

The human body is 80% water, and water is present in all types of tissues. The skin is the largest organ of the human body and it needs water but loses it quickly because the body supplies the internal organs with water first. When dehydrated, the skin becomes dry and thin.

You can moisturize your skin with a variety of facial skin care products, from liquids to lightweight moisturizers and gels. They should contain active moisturizing ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, aloe vera gel, glycerin, provitamin B5, and basic beauty oils. Facial hydration both hydrates and sets makeup so it doesn't "float".


4. Nutrition.  

The nourishing cream addresses several issues at once. They provide the skin with vitamins and trace elements, increase the density of the skin, protect against external irritants, and prevent the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Use Nourishing Cream 1-2 times a day - must be used at night and in the mornings of colder seasons when boosting nutrition is important to the skin.

Pay attention to the ingredients of these nourishing creams, and even better if the cream contains vitamin E, vitamin A, and magnesium, and calcium that are important for strengthening cell membranes. Products containing synthetic oils need to be avoided, they can easily clog pores and cause allergies. Beauticians recommend applying nourishing cream half an hour before going to bed at night and half an hour before going out in the morning.


5. Protect.

To protect the skin in summer, sunscreens with an SPF factor of 30 or more must be used; in winter, winter creams with an oil content of more than 60% must be used to protect the skin. These ingredients are usually shea butter and cocoa butter. This type of product is used on the face to form a protective film on the skin surface to protect the facial skin from external damage such as dust particles and ultraviolet rays in the atmosphere.

The correct choice of facial skin care methods is the guarantee for your long-term skin rejuvenation. Effective facial skin care can slow down the rate of skin aging and inhibit the growth of wrinkles and acne.