Skincare is an important part of any beauty routine. Men and women alike need to take extra care of their skin during their active lives. Misumi Skin Care can make this process less cumbersome, and more intuitive. Saving you the trouble of seeing change as a drag and an inconvenience. Our skin becomes dry, oily, or dirty fast. Blemishes, wrinkles, acne, and small cuts damage the appearance of our skin, not to mention its long-term health. Lucky for us, it’s easier than ever. Check out each one of the following skin care tips, and your face will be happy you did.
Dry skin isn’t happy skin. To take the best possible care of your face, you should make sure it stays moisturized. Certain moisturizers, however, often make your skin oilier than it already is. If you struggle with acne, then you need a gel moisturizer for oily skin. The right product will keep your skin moisturized without adding grease, and it will help prevent breakouts and blemishes.
You might love your homemade sugar scrub, but did you know you shouldn’t be using it on your face? It’s safe to use on your lips, but sugar crystals cause micro-abrasions in your skin. These tiny cuts do more damage to your skin than the sugar scrub does good, so you should only use safe exfoliants for your face. Try honey or oatmeal instead.
Summer sun is perfect for getting that healthy glow, but too much sun damages your skin. If you’re under thirty, you might not think much about your sunburns, but they cause wrinkles and skin damage later. Take care of the future you by taking diligent care of your skin now. Don’t head out for a run, a day at the beach, or even a walk to the post office without some sunscreen protecting your skin. An SPF of at least 30 is dermatologist recommended.
Essential oils are popular, and many women find them to be a life-saving skin care product. Remember, however, that no one’s proved the benefits of essential oils, so we’re not promoting this as we would a clinically-tested moisturizer. Many women find essentials to be effective in preventing acne and keeping their skin fresh and healthy, however. Try tea tree and lavender to start and see if they help. Remember to always mix your oils with a base oil, like olive or coconut oil, since essential oils are powerful stuff!
Wash Your Face Regularly
Sometimes, we all need our face-washing myths debunked. Not everything you’ve heard about washing your face is right for you. If you have oily skin, you should be washing your face every morning and night, but if your skin is on the dry side, that many washes could cause irritation. You also can’t rely on a facial cleanser to do the job for you: you should still wash your face after removing your makeup. Washing your face is an important part of your beauty routine, and often simple soap and water work best. You don’t need to exfoliate every time you wash your face; just remove dirt and excess skin oils.