Are you washing your face properly? If you’re not so sure, read this article and find out the proper skin care and how to wash your face before applying your beauty products in order.
7 Easy Steps on How to Wash Your Face Correctly
How to Properly Prep Your Skin
Admit it, there are a lot of beauty products that we apply to our faces. There are many steps involved in this skin care routine. But are you sure you’re doing it in proper order? Naturally, washing your face is the first step but what comes after that? Is is the toner? Or the moisturizer? If you think the order is not important, you’re wrong. Check out this infographic to find out how to do it properly.
Preparing your skin is one of the most important steps in skin care. Follow these easy steps to do it properly:
Wash your face with warm water and a mild cleanser and pat dry with a clean towel.
Tip: Change your pillowcase weekly and use a fresh towel daily to avoid contaminating your face.
Apply toner and wait for it to dry. Toner is useful for this with extremely oily skin.
Tip: Hair products with oil, silicone and plasticizers will clog your pores if they get on your skin.
Apply any topical medications, such as acne treatment.
Apply eye cream or serum and let it dry. This will help prevent collagen damage.
Apply moisturizer. Drying out your skin will actually cause it to produce more oil.
Tip: Adding moisturizer last locks in active ingredients and helps products be more effective in repairing your skin.
Apply sunscreen with SPF 30 to protect your skin from harmful UV rays.
Tip: Make sure to avoid your face when spritzing perfume.
Apply makeup primer or foundation and proceed with your makeup routine.
Those are the easy and simple steps on how to prep your face. Be sure to follow them diligently and you’ll never have skin problems anymore. It is easier and more natural to apply makeup on healthy skin. If you have breakouts and acnes, don’t worry, they’ll be gone with the proper skin care and diet.
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Originally posted on June 8, 2016 @ 3:54 AM