ICleanse your skin once in the morning and once before bed at night. This routine cleanse helps regulate sebum production on your skin, reducing excess oil secretion from the skin. Acne, pimples, and blemishes get reduced when you clean your skin.
You can use toner to reduce enlarged pores on your skin. Toners help shrink pores and control sebum production in the skin. It also helps balance the skin’s pH and gives an extra layer of protection to the skin from impurities. You can use toners both day and night.
Moisturizers help hydrate your skin from extreme dryness or oiliness. Moisturizers help retain a well-balanced skin texture and enable quick cell turnover leading to new skin formation. You can use moisturizer any time you want.
Skin exposure to the sun’s UV rays can lead to many skin diseases and skin cancer. Sunscreen also has other benefits like preventing sunburns, premature aging of the skin, UV damage, and chances of getting skin cancer.
Exfoliating helps remove dead skin, blackheads, and whiteheads from your skin. Exfoliating your skin once a month with a good yet gentle face scrub can also open clogged pores. But do not exfoliate your skin every day; that can lead to more damage to your skin.
We know what you are thinking. Why did we mention sunscreen yet again? But there is a reason for mentioning sunscreen twice. Sunscreen cannot stay effective throughout the day; it needs to be reapplied after every 3 to 4 hours.
Lips are also part of our skin that has dead skin caused due to changing weather or dry weather. To remove the dead skin, scrub your lips with natural substances like coffee or sugar. You can also buy lip scrubs to scrub your lips.
No matter what, you must remove your makeup at night to avoid getting acne and pimples on your skin. Teenagers are often guilty of not removing their makeup before going to bed.