Post # 17
The skin should be cleaned in the evening and in the morning. It’s a must. Make-up needs to be removed. For the skin is harmful if you will be with powder or mascara for 24 hours. You may lose your eyelashes. A high-quality, gentle daily cleansing and good moisturizing care will help keep your skin healthy.
Post # 17
There are many new facial skin care products. I recently underwent a procedure using Hyafilia https://hyaluronpen.store/hyafilia. It’s filled with fine wrinkles on different parts of my face. Skin care should be tailored to suit skin type and age.
Post # 18
I would agree a dermatologist may be a good starting point. I have extrememly dry skin and skin care is a very personal thing – it takes some trial and error so I wouldn’t expect the same results as anyone else says they get with a product until you have tried it and even then it sometimes takes a few weeks at that to get results.
I love everything from this company: https://amarabeauty.com/
And I love this suncreen stick for easy daily application: https://www.suntegrityskincare.com/suntegrity-sport-mineral-sun-stick-spf-30-22-g/
My regiment is to warm water my face in the morning and I use their Advanced Age-Defying Moisturizer with Fruit Stem and Resveratrol and then use my sunscreen stick from Suntregrity over that and rub it in really good. I also do not wear makeup most days and have a makeup eraser (https://makeuperaser.com/) I use to take it off when I do before using my facial cleanser.
In the evening I use thier Vitamin C Facial Cleanser and use their Vitamin C Cream after brushing my teeth and getting ready for bed.
I exfoliate usually twice a week – put at least once as week. A friend of mine loves their serums and eye cream but admittedly I am a little lazy and follow the basic regiment above and it works really well for my skin.
Post # 19
Please, please, please do not take skin care advice from random strangers on the internet. Also do not invest in skincare products until you get recommendations from either a dermatologist or a medical aesthetician. Also google the difference between medical grade skin care and over the counter skin care. There’s a reason the crap at Sephora and the drug store don’t work.
my skin has completely transformed since I started seeing a Derm, getting facials and using medical grade skincare. I used to have acne and wouldn’t step outside without makeup on. Now, I rarely wear makeup and I get compliments on my skin by random people all the time.
good skincare is an investment but in my opinion it is so worth it. Good luck and I hope it all works out for you.