20 Mar Proper Skin Care Holds the Secrets to a Younger Looking Face
Ever stop and wonder why most Asian women look especially young for their age? Everyone thinks my mother is my sister whenever we go out together! That’s because we have an incredible skincare routine from a very young age.
Developing a good skincare routine is quite important. Besides, the younger you start, the better your skin will look and for a longer amount of time. The first step in any skin care regimen, of course, is to start with a clean slate. We should remove all the dirt and muck that have accumulated on our face throughout the day. However, surprisingly, how you remove it also matters! Apparently different removal techniques exist for different skin types. Read the following article for more information on how to best remove your makeup based on your skin type in:
Whether you have oily, dry, or sensitive skin, learn how to remove makeup based on your skin type.
So you’ve been told that an oil cleanser will get rid of all your makeup the best, but you’ve also heard some great stuff about cleansing waters. And what’s the deal with makeup-removing wipes anyway? With all of the makeup removing options out there, finding the right one for you can be a real challenge. Instead of guessing in the dark, we reached out to top dermatologists to find out exactly what kind of makeup remover you should be using for your specific skin type.
If your skin always feels dry after you wash it…
You’ll want to go for a cream or oil-based cleanser. “Cold creams and mineral oil-based cleansers are great for removing makeup on dry skin since they’re composed of fatty acid emulsifiers in a soap base so they protect the skin while at the same time removing makeup,” says Nava Greenfield, a dermatologist in New York City. The best thing about cream cleansers is that they efficiently get makeup off without stripping your skin of its natural moisture. “They’re a great option during times of the year when the humidity drops and your skin is more likely to dry out,” says Rachel Nazarian, a dermatologist in New York City.
Our favorite cream makeup remover is the Banila Co Clean It Zero Classic Cleanser. This is both a cream and oil cleanser in one, making it perfect for super dry skin. Plus, it’s so fun to use: It starts off as a balm and then once it blends into your skin, it turns into a silky oil (kind of like coconut oil). The consistency of this product ensures that your natural moisture barrier isn’t stripped away during your makeup removal.
Now, I have always had a particular issue with dry skin, especially after washing it. Thanks to the information from the previous article, I know to look for an oil based cleanser. I didn’t even know those existed! I hope that, much like myself, thanks to reading the article, that you have become better acquainted with the particular skin care needs of your own skin. Now that we have learned about proper makeup removal methods, let’s learn a bit about how to get rid of some of those fine lines and dark circles for a fresher and younger looking face:
An innovative exfoliating pad that offers all-in-one benefits of both chemical and physical exfoliation. It’s a physical exfoliator because it’s a textured pad soaked in lemon, orange and papaya extracts as well as AHA’s such as glycolic acid and lactic acid, while the textured side physically sloughs off dead skin cells…
What is the Neogen Bio Peel Gauze Peeling Lemon?
An innovative exfoliating pad that offers all-in-one benefits of both chemical and physical exfoliation. It’s a physical exfoliator because it’s a textured pad soaked in lemon, orange and papaya extracts as well as AHA’s such as glycolic acid and lactic acid, while the textured side physically sloughs off dead skin cells. (I’ve already reviewed the innovative technology about the Neogen Bio Peel Gauze pads and how to use them step by step in this previous post, so feel free to check it out here.)
How does it help minimize fine lines?
It’s simple. Many of the fine lines you may have are very visible thanks to dead skin cells. When you exfoliate with the Neogen Bio Peel Lemon, the textured pad works to buff away dead skin cells that may be causing more pronounced visibility of those fine lines.
Finally, when talking about our skin care regimens, there’s one thing we can’t afford to miss: facemasks! There are many different kinds of facemasks available in stores. It can be difficult to find which one is appropriate for what occasion. Below is an article giving an explanation on some of the different types of facemasks and the optimal time to use them:
Cotton, hydrogel, and bio-cellulose are just some of the different types of sheet masks available today in the market—and the list goes on… Meet the eight “fabrics” used in sheet masks and get ready to choose the one that best suits your skin’s needs
If there’s one thing Korean beauty rituals has taught us, it’s that whatever your skin needs, there’s a sheet mask for it. These potent mini facials are an easy (not to mention fun!) way to give your skin some extra pampering through a major dose of beneficial ingredients. Lately, you may have noticed a variety not only in the ingredients lists, sheet masks claims and designs, but also in the “materials” utilized to deliver these benefits. From cotton to foil and knit, learn the differences between eight different types of sheet masks available in the market.
Microfiber Sheet Masks
Microfiber sheet masks are the most common sheet masks out there. As the name already suggests, they are made out of a super lush microfiber, which feels similar to cotton (that’s why they are called cotton sheet masks, too). These masks are usually the cheaper options in the market. However, they are drenched in a variety of botanical ingredients and vitamins to help diminish various skin conditions.
We love Neogen’s Vita Energizing Fiber Mask, Benton’s Snail Bee High Content Mask, and Manefit’s Beauty Planner Lily Sheet Mask.
Sadly, there are no shortcuts when it comes to proper skin care. The best methods involve just testing out the different products and seeing how your skin react to them. However, this is the reason why many Asian women start their skin care routines at such a young age, as starting earlier helps them look younger.
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