Skin rejuvenation refers to treatments aimed at refreshing the appearance of the skin by removing old skin cells, reducing fine lines and wrinkles and removing blemishes and irregularities. This can include a large range of treatments, such as microdermabrasion, derma planning or chemical peels. It also includes treat- ments that work to remove hyper-pigmentation and vari- ous irregularities, such as skin tags. As we age, our skin naturally loses some of its softness and vibrancy. However, there are a number of simple lifestyle changes that can help rejuvenate the skin, such as wearing sunscreen and getting more sleep. Know your skin type. How you care for your skin will depend on your particular skin type. There are five basic skin types. Normal skin is clear and not particularly sensitive. Dry skin is flaky or rough. Sensitive skin may burn or itch when you apply certain products. Combination skin is dry in some areas and oily in oth- ers. Use a gentle cleanser. Rise your face with the cleanser, but don’t scrub .Use a silicon bristle to deep cleanse. Rinse with warm water and pat dry. A cleanser without alcohol or fragrance will work best with dry skin. If you have oily skin, use an oil-free, non-comedogenic foaming cleanser. For sensitive skin, choose a hypoallergenic cleanser that doesn’t contain unnecessary additives. Don’t over wash your skin. Over washing dries out your skin. In the morning, wash your face with lukewarm water. At night, apply your gentle cleanser and moisturiz- er. Remove your makeup at night using a gentle cleanser, as Makeup clogs your pores and can lead to acne. Remove it each night before bed Apply toner. Skin toners help soak up oil and remove dirt. They should be applied before moisturizers. Begin by applying a gentle toner in after washing your face in the morning and the evening. Apply the toner to a cotton ball and gently rub the toner onto your face in small circles. Repeat the process with new cotton balls until you no longer see dirt on the cotton ball after you apply it to your face. During summers you can dip cotton in rose water and keep it in fridge and use it to refresh your skin during the day. Apply an exfoliator. Exfoliators remove dead skin cells. They should only be used two-to-four times a week If you’re using a exfoliators, gently rub your face in small circles. Don’t apply a lot of pressure—just enough so you can feel the rough surface of the exfoliator. Remember to apply moisturizing after the exfoliator Apply moisturizer. Whether your skin is normal, dry, or oily, it needs moisture. Choose an oil-free moisturizing to avoid blocking your pores. Choose a moisturizing the contains an SPF of at least 30. Oily skin , use a noncomedogenic lotion-based mois- turizing instead of a cream to avoid clogging your pores. Dry skin: choose a moisturizing that contains hyaluronic acid which help reduce water loss. Sensitive skin, choose a moisturizing that contains green tea, rose, or chamomile. Apply moisturizing twice a day: when you wake up and before you go to sleep. Apply the moisturizer while your skin is still damp. #Drink a glass of lemon juice in the morning: Start your day right by rejuvenating your skin from within. Drink a glass of lemon juice when you wake up to detoxify and improve your digestive heath. The benefits will be evident on your skin. As we are well on our way to settling into the norms of work life, it is important to start taking good care of our skin. Due to the constant demands of life, our skin can feel the pressure and start to show signs of distress or aging. Detox your life like how you detox your face. #Wearing Mask is caring.# Stay safe.
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