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An Esthetician's Skincare Routine for All Skin Types

An Esthetician's Skincare Routine for All Skin Types

Building a skincare routine may seem like a tedious process for some people. You might think you don't have enough time to devote to a routine or that it involves too many products. However, a skincare routine is not complicated, nor does it require buying numerous skincare products. In this post, we'll share a simple esthetician skincare routine that you can easily understand, follow, and implement into your daily life.

An Esthetician's Skincare Routine for All Skin Types

Benefits of a Skincare Routine

Most people fill their toiletry cabinets with several skincare products and apply more product than necessary on their face. Unfortunately, this can be very damaging to the skin. Instead of applying too many acids, you need to learn how to feed your skin with only essential nutrients. To maintain healthy skin, it's recommended that you use plant-based phytonutrient-rich products.

The two essential skincare products to have are your cleanser and sunscreen. Thoroughly cleansing your skin prepares it for the other nutrients that you'll use in your routine. If the microbiomes on your skin are disrupted even slightly, it can cause skin conditions that could be easily avoided. 

While cleansing is crucial for the start of your skincare routine, sunscreen is the most important for the end of your routine. Sunscreen protects all the work you have done in your skincare routine. Using a mineral-based sunscreen instead of a chemical-based one will go a long way to help your skin age well. Here's a simple five-step routine to get your skin healthy:

Step 1: Cleansing

The first thing you should do in your skincare routine is to cleanse your face. Use a cleanser to ensure that your face is free from all dirt and debris before you apply anything to it. Without cleansing, your skincare products can get trapped in your pores. 

It's recommended that you use natural cleansers containing rose hip seed oil, which rejuvenate your skin and maintain its health. They're rich in vitamins A, C, E, and F, promote collagen growth, reduce wrinkles, and restore a smoother and younger appearance.

Step 2: Deeper Cleansing

Toner helps to balance your skin's pH. It's an optional product to use in the morning, but highly recommended for acne-prone skin. Toner further cleanses and tightens your pores. The right toner improves skin texture and radiance. Avoid toners with ethanol, SD alcohol 40, and isopropyl alcohol. Look for toners with salicylic acid, an excellent ingredient for calming breakouts.

Step 3: Apply Serums

Serums are highly concentrated skincare products that penetrate your skin faster. They protect your skin from future damage when used correctly. They restore the skin as much as possible to its pre-damaged condition and soothe out sensitive areas. Serums with vitamin C are great for daily use for anyone regardless of age. They help to reverse damage resulting from the sun and pollution, promoting a natural glow.

Step 4: Face Cream/Oil

Depending on your skin condition, choose a face cream or face oil to apply to your face for step four. Those with dry skin would benefit from a drop of oil on top of a water-soluble serum. This step helps prevent wrinkles.

Step 5: Sun Protection

Sunscreen is the most important last step in your skincare routine. UV rays from the sun are one of the key reasons why our skin ages prematurely. Hence, it's crucial to protect the skin from UV rays, whether you're indoors or outdoors.

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