What we often forget, is that skin is the largest organ in our body, that works every day of the year to protect our body from environmental factors. This means it is continually under stress as it defends your insides from germs, UV radiation, and infections. It is also one of the parts of our body that are often neglected, yet we depend on it daily to keep us safe and healthy.
Just like considering nutrition when you are taking care of your internal health, or exercise routine to keep your muscles toned, your skin requires its own regimen to do its job. Check out all the 5 habits people with clear skin follow.
All of our skins are different, and we subject them to various conditions, which also means that your skincare routine should be personalised to provide your skin with the treatment it requires.
When Should You Start Your Skincare Routine?
If you haven’t already, the best time to start is right now. Even as little as five minutes a day dedicated to your skin can help improve your skin's appearance, elasticity, and resilience against environmental factors. Check out 4 main steps for your home skincare routine.
How to Determine Your Skincare Routine?
To determine what kind of skincare routine your skin requires, the best idea is to talk to a skincare expert. Discuss your skin health, goals, and concerns you have about your skin.
Why not book in for a consultation with Wonderlab to see what treatments would most benefit your skin?
To get started, first you will want to learn more about skin in general. For that, you can check out our blog on the 28-day skin cycle. Next, you should determine what type of skin you have, oily, dry or combination. This will then help point you to some of the basics about taking care of your skin type.
What is a complete skincare routine?
A complete skincare routine will cover everything from cleaning your skin, adding proper nourishment, ensuring hydration, and protecting the skin from environmental factors. Check out our post about a typical daily skincare routine, and the correct order of applying skincare products.
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