Are you a newbie to skincare? Have you ever wonder which type of skincare suit your skin type and how to use them?
Well, don't you worry because 2BabySkin is not only place that simply sells natural skincare, we also give you information about how to use them and what you need to know to understand how to optimize your skincare regime.
But first, before we get into the details of all the different steps and types of skincare. Let us discover about the basis of skincare!!
Firstly, you might wonder, why is skincare important?
Having a skincare routine is important for many reasons. Sunblock blocks the harmful rays from the sun. A little suntan is good, but too much of it exposes you to lots of UV rays which causes sunburn, accelerated aging and also skin cancer. Wrinkles add colors to your character, but too much of it makes you look older than you really are. Skin breakdown from the harsh winter and oily skin days during summer, who else is tired of it??
That’s why having a skin care regime is important!! We should protect and love our largest organ of the body and also our first line of defence against microorganisms.
Next dome of you might be wondering, what exactly are the basic steps of a skin care routine? It’s always good to start small because a little bit goes the long way. Every skin care routine should consist of the following three items: 1) Cleanser 2) Toner 3) Moisturizer. Other things like sunscreen can be added to your routine in the morning, just for that extra protection against the harmful sun rays, or like special care like acne care or wrinkle care.
Thirdly, how do you determine your skin type?
Usually if your skin gets greasy halfway through the day and you have to blot often, that means that you might have oily skin. If your skin is usually matte throughout the day, it means that your might have dry skin. If your t-zone is more greasy in the day but other parts of your face isn’t, then you might have combination skin. If your skin gets red and may be a bit itchy after cleansing or applying certain products then you might have sensitive skin.
It’s important to know your skin type as it constitutes to your decision making on what type of product is good for you. People with oily skin would likely choose a product that is water based, people with dry skin would choose one that is oil based, people with combination skin would be able to use either depending on how dry or oil your skin is and people with sensitive skin would want to try to aim for organic products or hypoallergenic products.
Next blog post would be about cleansing, stay tuned for it...