Are you having trouble developing a serious skincare routine? Don’t know what a serious skincare routine looks like? This article will explain what a serious skincare routine looks like, and how practicing this kind of routine- with a skincare line with a powerful skincare philosophy- can make you look younger and healthier in as little as 30 days. Skincare
If you want to be serious about skin care, you first need to know what an effective serious skincare routine looks like. This way, when you commit to making it a habit, you know what you’re getting yourself into. Here is a short description of such a routine:
*Daily use of an Active Day Cream– After you shower or wash up in the morning, applying a day cream allows the anti aging process to work throughout the day. And within a short period of time, you should feel a difference in your skin’s appearance and texture, and others will notice a difference too. Grapeseed oil is a powerful ingredient that creates an invisible film on your skin to keep in moisture.
*Nightly use of an Restorative Night Cream- Using a night cream allows the anti aging process to continue working on your skin around the clock. This is where cell rejuvenation works it’s best (if you have the right kind of product). Many people skip this part because they think a day cream is plenty. But nighttime is the best time for the anti aging process to work, as sleep is naturally a rejuvenation period that we need to function properly. Manuka Honey from New Zealand is a breakthrough new ingredient that has recently been developed to be used in skin care products. Look for it in a night cream and make use of it’s amazing antibacterial and antioxidant properties.
*Daily use of an Eye Gel or Cream– Nothing makes you look older than bags, dark circles, and wrinkles around your eyes, am I right? This area needs some special attention. Make sure you get an eye gel or cream with the latest and best ingredients to assure you get great results. Eyeliss has been shown in clinical studies to produce dramatic results in as little as 30 days, showing marked reduction in bags and wrinkles. Homeo Age and Haloxyl are also some of the newest ingredients developed and are great at removing wrinkles and bags.
*Daily use of an Active Body Lotion- The first three creams above are meant for the face only. But you can’t forget about the rest of the skin on your body, as it also forms visible signs of aging. And effective body lotion will not only remove/prevent wrinkles and fine lines, but also stretch marks, blemishes, brown spots, age spots, and even the roughest skin patches like on your elbows, knees, and heels. Natural Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that has been proven to reverse the aging process, making your skin smooth and younger-looking. NOTE: Synthetic forms of vitamin E aren’t nearly as effective as natural forms.
*Bi-weekly use of a Deep Hydrating Mask- This is meant to give your skin a periodic hydrating boost it needs to rejuvenate itself. The leading ingredient that hydrates the skin on your face and neck is Rigin, so look for it if you want truly great results.
*Bi-weekly use of a Deep Cleansing Mask- This gives your pores a periodic deep cleaning so all the dirt and grime that builds up deep down can be pulled out. This also allows harmful toxins that build in in your skin to be released through your pores. Kaolin in an important ingredient to look for that absorbs oil and gently pull out grime from your skin while helping to heal blemishes and inflammation.
Now that you know what a ideal serious skincare routine looks like, you need to find a skincare line that has a serious skincare philosophy. You want to look for a skincare line who’s skincare philosophy is to create the best skincare products with the best ingredients available in the highest concentrations. That, my friends, is the secret to finding effective skincare products, so read it again. Make sure they avoid using any kind of harmful chemicals or toxins as ingredients either. This way, you can avoid experiencing any negative side effects caused by chemicals, which are often used in many cheap skincare products.