Daily skincare routines are part of a Healthy Lifestyle

Daily skincare routines should be part of your healthy lifestyle. 


A healthy lifestyle has several important components.



One of those many components is skincare, which falls under the category of beauty.



So! It’s not enough to simply exercise and eat healthily to maintain your body in good shape; you also need to be mindful of your skincare routines.



One of the simplest, most overlooked ways to take care of your skin is developing and sticking to a daily skincare routine.



Skincare routines do not have to be complicated or time-consuming.



Following a few simple steps every day can make a big difference in the appearance and health of your skin.


Daily skincare routines

Getting started is frequently the most challenging element of keeping great skin.



So, let’s start with an essential step in your daily skincare routine; that is  establishing a regular schedule and actually sticking to it. 


And I know you can do it!! 



It’ll improve your self-esteem, boost your confidence, and help slow down the signs of aging, making you seem younger, I promise.



Of course, you won’t notice results right away, but if you’re patient and consistent, it will provide excellent benefits in the long run.



You will thank me in the end!

What is a simple daily skincare routine?

A simple skincare routine is cleansing, toning, and moisturizing.

Cleansing and balancing the skin are the goals of these regimens.

Please remember that different skin types need different skincare routines and products.

Here are some recommendations based on your skin type.

Step 1 Cleanser


Cleansing, is one of the most crucial components of your daily routines and should always be the first thing you do. 



The kind of cleanser you use is critical regardless of your skin type; whether you have sensitive, oily combination, or dry skin, everything will impact by the product you use to clean your skin.



Therefore, you should regularly cleanse as part of your everyday regimen because cleansing helps remove dead skin cells and rejuvenate.



Double cleansing is more effective regardless of your skin type, and it aids in removing any excess oil from your skin.



Double cleansing may be necessary when you want to remove all impurities, including makeup, sunscreen, and sweat. 



In addition, double cleansing can assist other skincare products in penetrating deeper and being more effective while also allowing them to be absorbed.



Many people wonder, should I use a cleansing oil, lotion, or cream? 


The ideal choice relies on what you like and dislike and how the texture feels. 


It would be best to base your decision on the cleanser’s components.

Types of cleansers

Oil Cleanser

Cream Cleanser

Lotion Cleanser

Gel Cleanser

Micellar Cleanser

Foam Cleanser

Clay Cleanser

Type of skin

  • Oil cleanser:  All skin types
  • Cream cleanser:  Skin type for sensitive skin and normal and dry skin. It’s recommended explicitly for dry skin because the consistency is heavier.
  • Lotion cleanser: Skin type oily because it locks in moisture and will keep the skin a bit more hydrated.
  • Gel cleanser: Skin type oily and acne-prone skin, because its lightweight, clear and it provides deep cleansing which unclogs pores
  • Foam cleansers: Skin type combination and oily skin because it helps maintain your face matte for a more extended period.
  • Clay cleansers:  Skin type oily and combination, absorbs oil and it eliminates excessive oil
  • Micellar cleanser: Skin type dry, sensitive, and combination skin. It’s a lot gentler on the skin but not recommended for acne-prone skin.

Step 2 Toner


After cleansing, apply a toner to remove any remaining impurities or residue.


Contrary to popular belief, toner is not astringent. 



On the other hand, toner is a water-based liquid that is alcohol-free and non-drying, making it suitable for all skin types. 



Toner helps reduce or minimize pores and tighten the skin by relaxing without clogging them.



Also, toner helps absorb excess oil makeup and remove impurities and dead skin cells.



It also helps restore the pH balance of your skin and soothe and moisturize it.



Based on my opinion!! 



Natural components like lavender, clary sage, green tea, tea tree, rose water oil, and aloe Vera is excellent toners.



On my part!! 



I suggest natural toners with lavender, clary sage, green tea, tea tree or rose water oil, aloe vera, and many other great ingredients.


Types of toners




Type of skin

  • Dry skin:  Hydrating toner; toners should contain humectants such as aloe, urea, ceramides, lactic and hyaluronic to help lock in moisture.
  • Oily skin: Hydrating and exfoliating toners; more potent toner is required.
  • Acne-prone skin: Treatment toners; ingredient types such as salicylic acid or tea tree
  • Combination skin: Hydrating and exfoliating toners; ingredients such as salicylic acid, lactic acid, and witch hazel.
  • Normal skin: Hydrating and exfoliating toners
  • Sensitive skin: Treatment toners; fragrance-free toners use natural ingredients to soothe and calm the skin.

Step 3 Serum


Your daily skincare regimen should include serum that nourishes, protects, and hydrates your skin while also acting as a collagen booster to help minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.



Besides, it doesn’t clog pores and doesn’t leave skin feeling greasy after using it.



The texture can be gel or liquid, depending on your preference.  

Type of ingredients

Serum must include vitamins, minerals, antioxidizing agents, and botanical extracts as well as acids. 

Type of skin

  • Dry skin: Vitamin E, vitamin C, and hyaluronic acid
  • Oily skin: Vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, and retinol
  • Acne-prone skin: Hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, botanical extract (tea tree, aloe)
  • Combination skin: Vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, and peptides
  • Normal skin: Hyaluronic acid, peptides, and Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate is a derivative of vitamin C
  • Sensitive skin: Fragrance-free, hyaluronic acid, peptides, and Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate derivative of vitamin C.

Step 4 Moisturize


Moisturizing and staying hydrated are equally crucial in skincare routines for healthy skin.


Remember that your body is your largest organ, and we want it to appear and feel youthful, healthy, and beautiful.


Also, moisturizing helps minimize skin problems.


And, NO!  moisturizing isn’t only for those with dry skin. 


If you want to slow down the aging process, you can avoid dryness while simultaneously fighting acne and preventing fine wrinkles. 


Type of skin

  • Dry skin: If you have dry skin, you need to hydrate it immediately! Moisturize regularly to keep your skin hydrated. At the absolute least, after each bath or shower, at least twice daily.
  • Oily and combination skin:  Always moisturize in the morning and at night.
  • Normal skin:  As much as you want and as comfy as you feel, you’re fortunate!!! You have fewer or no blemishes, and you produce regular oil. Use a moisturizer regularly to help maintain your body in a healthy state of hydration.
  • Sensitive skin:  Having sensitive skin may make things difficult since you have to study and explore more because any component can trigger reactions. Moisturize three times a week using a sensitive-needs-appropriate moisturizer, and if your skin doesn’t react badly, go up one day until you can use it daily.

Step 5 Sunscreen


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Oh!! Last but not least, apply sunscreen to your face each day, because even on rainy or cloudy days, you can get sunburned. 


In addition, sunscreen may help you delay the onset of premature aging, wrinkles, freckles, and cancer.


You can choose whether you want to apply a physical, chemical, or mineral sunscreen. 


Use this link to my first post’s Healthy Skincare tips advice, where I spoke about the many types of sunscreens available.


You can also buy cosmetics like foundation, primers, BB creams/ CC creams with sunscreen 15 SPF or more.


By the way, I strongly suggest 30 SPF or more for sunscreen.

Nowadays, people are becoming more interested in topical skincare products such as creams, oils, and lotions.


But it’s very important to always be on the lookout for harmful chemicals that claim to assist you “in getting rid of wrinkles, acne scars or level out skin tone for a more youthful appearance.”


So, as I said, not all of the components in lotions are suitable for topical use.


Read product label descriptions if you’re concerned about allergies, chemicals, or skin reactions. 


Ingredients to keep an eye out for in your skincare products; they could be harmful!!


Do not ignore the needs of your skin!


You must establish a regimen if you want healthy skin.


A regimen does not have to be difficult to follow. 


Start your routine as soon as you wake up since it marks the beginning of a whole new day.


And what better time to begin your skincare routine than when you first get up and start a new day.


For your safety, I recommend doing some more research based on the kind of skin you have and understanding what products you should be using.


If you’re still experiencing issues, go to a dermatologist or read the components list carefully. 


Also, don’t give up.


It means a lot to me that you are here reading my post, so thank you so much for being a part of my journey!



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