Morning Skin Care Routine – Tips and Steps to Follow

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As the sun rises, our skin is presented with a new day of challenges from air pollution, stress, and many other environmental factors.  As we begin our daily routine, it’s essential to care for our skin first thing in the morning to continue to have healthy-looking skin throughout the day.

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Here are some tips for your morning skincare routine.

Daily Cleanser

Choose a cleanser that is gentle and non-drying to cleanse your face in the morning.  The best type of cleanser will be one that you can use day after day without causing damage to your skin.

Exfoliator

Choose a gentle exfoliation product to use once or twice a week in the morning before you wash your face.  Once or twice a week is adequate for most people who have normal to oily skin, but if you have dry skin, limit its use to just one time per week.

Toner

Toners help remove excess cleanser and impurities, such as dirt or oil, from the skin.  Your skin is naturally more acidic in the morning than at night, so your toner should be slightly acidic. After cleansing, an acid mantle forms on our skin, giving our skin a smooth surface that protects it from bacteria and other environmental factors.

Daily Moisturizer

Moisturizing is essential in the morning, as this is when our skin is the most dehydrated from environmental conditions such as air conditioning and heating.  When choosing a moisturizer, it’s best to pick one that has SPF protection.

Here are Seven Steps

Step 1. Wash your face with a cleanser that suits your skin type (oily, dry, or sensitive). Exfoliate if you need to, but don’t exfoliate too hard because scrubbing can damage the epidermal layer of your skin and cause micro-tears that are not visible to the naked eye but can attract harmful bacteria, which cause skin problems. If you are using exfoliating gloves, make sure to wet them with water before scrubbing your skin.

Step 2. Apply a toner that suits your skin type (oily, dry, or sensitive), which will help balance up the pH level of your skin and remove any leftover impurities from your cleanser.

Step 3. Next, you should apply an antioxidant serum or cream that is oil-free best suited for your skin type (oily, dry, or sensitive). These serums and creams help protect your skin against free radicals and give it a radiant look. Some antioxidants are Vitamin C, E, and Ferulic acid.

Step 4. Then you should apply an SPF 30 or higher, best suited for your skin type (oily, dry, or sensitive) every morning no matter what season it is. This will protect your skin against sun damage which can cause dark spots and fine lines over time – which is the future enemy of your skin.

Step 5. If you have dry or sensitive skin, apply an oil-free moisturizer best suited for your skin type (oily, dry, or sharp). Avoid using too much product to arid areas of your face, such as the sides of your nose and around your eyes. For especially dry/sensitive skin, you should apply the oil-free moisturizer to your dry areas first and then use another hydrating product like a face serum or eye cream over it.

Step 6. If you have oily or acne-prone skin, avoid using too many products that are not suitable for your skin type. You should use two oil-free products, best suited for your skin type (oily, dry, or sensitive). A moisturizer if you have dry/sensitive skin and an antioxidant serum if you have oily/acne-prone skin.

Step 7. Apply a mineral powder over the whole of your face to set all products in place. Finish off your skincare routine by applying a facial oil that best suits your skin type (oily, dry, or sensitive).

Conclusion

In the morning, your skin is dehydrated from a lack of sleep and environmental conditions such as dry air that can cause it to feel tight when you wake up.  It’s best to use a gentle cleanser, exfoliating once or twice a week with a slightly acidic toner to remove any excess dirt and oil from your face.  Moisturize with an oil-free moisturizer or serum that contains SPF protection, especially in the morning when your skin is most vulnerable to sun damage.  Use two products if you have oily/acne-prone skin, and remember to tone if you have dry/sensitive skin.

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