As the seasons change again, so does your skin. If you are in the Southern Hemisphere, the heralding of winter brings with it chapped lips, dry skin and possible cold sores. The Northern Hemisphere is moving into summer, which can very possibly lead to an increase in oiliness and other sebaceous gunk.
How well do you have your skincare routine down, and are you ready for the seasonal change? Good routines should involve a certain lineup of products, with added extras such as skincare devices for extra efficiency.
Your skin’s health depends a whole lot on what you put onto it, and what you put into it. Every one of us are individuals and have different skin types, but we can still follow a predetermined recipe for our skin.
The cleanser is the basis of all skin routines. You can put whatever serums or creams onto your skin, but if it isn’t clean then there is very little that they can do for you. Cleansers come in milky or foamy. Milky cleansers are better for dry skin and foamy ones for oily skin. Some places have some fabulous offers, like this one where you can get a milky cleanser AND A TONER all in one neat packet!
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Once you have cleaned all the oil and other gunk off your skin, you need to apply a toner. Many people skip this step and definitely suffer the consequences later. Toning tightens pores, wipes off any residual product, and prepares your skin for the next step. Have a look at a great range of toners here.
There are so many serums out these days that you may be mistaken for simply throwing your hands up and giving up trying to decide which is the best one for you. Vitamin C for lightning, Hyaluronic acid for hydrating, marine algae to retain moisture… Where do you even begin? Some really good brand names have a team of experts standing by to help you with all the important decisions. Try www.elevatione.com for a dedicated team to exist purely to help you to make your skin glow.
Creams come after serums. Serums don’t replace creams either. Once you have used your serum, and run your Expressionist or other LED skincare device over your face to absorb all of the lovely goodies, you then need to apply a day or night cream to seal your skin. Again, this will depend on what sort of skin you have. Heavy moisturizers need to be used sparingly, and mostly at night. Day creams tend to be light and allow for makeup to be put on top of them. Using something with an SPF factor is also highly recommended. Have a look at this selection of creams, from very affordable to just a tad more luxurious. They have something for every skin type, and of course, guarantee that they will work in tandem with your Expressionist or other skincare devices to really bring out your inner glow. See them here.
By now, you may have bought one of these amazing LED skincare devices with the blue and red light that everyone has been going on about. But have you had a look at some of the other technological marvels that are on offer? The Hydrasonic Device is an absolute must-have. Unlike the Expressionist, it uses physical sound waves to exfoliate your skin, leaving it softer and cleaner than you have ever experienced. The Body device uses infrared, massage and warmth to lift the skin and rejuvenate tired muscles. It is an amazing took for thighs, breasts and pretty much every other part of your body that has skin and muscle. After a long day, I love to relax with the Body device and let it soothe away the stresses of the last few hours.
So now that you have a better idea of what skincare products you should be using, don’t hesitate to go to a really decent brand name website such as www.elevatione.com to choose an Easter basket of goodies for your skin.
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