How to care for your skin

Proper skin care includes not only washing and applying lotion. It also implies a healthy diet, adequate sleep and exercise, and reduced stress levels. Your skin may require additional treatments, such as peeling or applying moisturizing masks.

 Wash twice a day to remove excess fat, improve skin color and prevent infection

You should wash in the morning, after sleep, and in the evening before going to bed. Use warm water and soap for a face that suits your skin type. You can wash your face with clean hands, a soft washcloth or sponge.
After washing, apply a toner and a small amount of moisturizer to your face.
If you use makeup, do not forget to wash it off.
Do not forget about the skin on the neck! Often it is not given due attention.

When you take a bath or shower, use warm water instead of hot water

Although hot water helps to relax, it can deprive the skin of its natural fat coating. This leads to dry skin and the formation of flaky spots.[1]
If you have dry skin, use a body moisturizer with natural oils — almond, coconut or olive.

After washing, gently rinse the skin with a towel.

This applies to the skin of both the face and the whole body. As a result, your skin remains slightly damp. Excess moisture will gradually be absorbed into the skin.

Apply moisturizer or lotion until skin is dry

For the skin of the face, use moisturizers and creams for the face, lubricate the skin with lotion or oil. Choose skin care products depending on the time of year. In winter, use more saturated and dense, and in summer — lighter means.
Consider using a sunscreen moisturizer that will protect your skin from harmful radiation.
Moisturizers are useful for all skin types, including oily! In the latter case, a light cream or gel-based product will be suitable.

Once a week, do skin peeling.

This will help you get rid of dead cells and make your skin soft and silky. Use scrubs, soft sponges (loofah) and sponges for peeling. For the face, use softer scrubs than for the body. Remember that the skin of the face is much softer than the skin on the hands and feet.
Carefully choose scrubs. The larger the grain, the coarser the scrub. If you have sensitive skin, do not use scrubs with walnut shells.
If you have dry skin, you may need a daily peel. Be careful and always moisturize the skin after peeling.