Anti Aging Skincare Routine

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At the end of the day, it's all about what you put on your skin. But it's also about what you don't put on your skin: toxins and chemicals that can damage your skin and make you look older than you are.

You might think that there are no good products out there anymore, but that's not true! There is a lot of buzz right now about Green beauty products, which are known for being high quality with Organic ingredients. For example, here are my top four go-to brands:

Step 1. Cleanse

The first step in any anti-aging skincare routine is to cleanse. This step is essential for removing dirt and makeup, as well as opening up pores and removing dead skin cells that can clog them. A good cleanser should be non-comedogenic (i.e., it shouldn't cause pimples), pH balanced (so it doesn't strip your natural oils), fragrance free, oil free, dermatologist recommended and gentle enough for all skin types.

Step 2. Tone

This step is important because it helps to cleanse the skin and prepare the skin for further steps. A toner balances the pH of your skin, which means that it can be used after any product (whether acidic or alkaline) that you use to cleanse or exfoliate your face. A common misconception about toners is that they're all just astringents; this isn't true! Toners can also moisturize and hydrate your face, like our Rose Water Toner does!

If you have oily/combination skin, you might only need one step in this category. If your skin tends toward dryness instead of oiliness, try using two steps from this category in your routine—one light cleanser on top of another more intense one will help get rid of excess oil without stripping away all of its moisture at once.

Step 3. Treat

You've done your research and have decided you want to use a serum with retinol, vitamin C, hyaluronic acid or peptides—but what about antioxidants?

Antioxidants are important for skin health. You can find them in serums that contain ingredients like green tea extract, citric acid and vitamin E (tocotrienols). Antioxidants fight free radicals which weaken skin cells and cause wrinkles. Antioxidants also help repair damage caused by the sun's UV rays.

Step 4. Moisturize, and Protect

Moisturize, and protect:

  • Choose a moisturizer that is right for your skin type. If you have oily skin, choose a lightweight moisturizer with SPF. If you have dry or normal skin, look for a hydrating formula that contains antioxidants and anti-aging ingredients like peptides and retinol (vitamin A).

  • Apply it every morning when you get out of bed and at night before bed to lock in hydration while you sleep. If they don't have time to do both steps in the morning before leaving the house, most experts agree that applying sunscreen first is more important than applying moisturizer first because sunscreen is an essential part of anti-aging skincare routine as well as sun protection—not just an afterthought at the end once all other products are applied!

The most important thing you can do for your skin to fight aging is to wear sunscreen every day, rain or shine and get an anti pollution cream.

The most important thing you can do for your skin to fight aging is to wear sunscreen every day, rain or shine. In this post, we’ll discuss the different types of sunscreens and how to choose the right one for your needs.

When it comes to protecting your body from the sun's harmful rays, there are two main categories: moisturizers and sunscreens. Moisturizers help protect against dryness by creating an oil barrier between skin cells while also nourishing them with essential nutrients like antioxidants and vitamins A & C. Sunscreens are used primarily as a physical barrier against UV radiation; they differ from moisturizers by being specifically designed to block UV rays while still allowing some moisture into the skin. Although many people use sunscreen in place of a moisturizer thinking it will be enough protection against harmful rays without causing any additional irritation like some lotions can cause (particularly those containing parabens), this is not always true since many sunscreens contain chemicals that may irritate sensitive areas such as acne-prone areas around your eyes or mouth area due to prolonged contact time with these sensitive tissues during application process which could lead toward unwanted breakouts later on down road after prolonged usage period has passed since initial application date took place over several months ago.

With the rising pollution in cities and towns, it is important to protect your skin from the harmful rays of the sun. There are several ways to do this. You can use a sunscreen or even wear protective clothing. However, these methods are not enough. A good anti-pollution cream will help you keep your skin healthy and safe from the harmful rays of the sun.


We hope this article has given you some useful information on how to improve your skin. We know it can be overwhelming, but just remember that small changes over time will lead to big results!


About the Author :

Dr. Toey is one of the founder of Personality Skincare / Belle de jour. She is a Doctor and she loves travelling and discovering new organic ingredients that have a positive impact on health.


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