Moms are full of wisdom about living healthy and happy lives, and their knowledge often extends to skincare. They know a lot about basic best practices that can boost your skin’s clarity as well as the ingredients you should look for in the products you use. Here are four tips you’ve probably heard from your mother or grandmother before.
1. Stay Hydrated
Water is an essential part of our digestive system, muscles, blood, and skin. Without enough water, our skin starts to dry out and become less flexible. Stay hydrated with at least 2 liters of water per day for women and 3 liters for men in addition to the fluids you consume through food.
2. Be Consistent
Your face and body replenish oils based on what it senses is going on with your skin, and it may overreact if you change your skincare routine suddenly. It’s okay to switch to a new product if it will suit your skin better but avoid switching back and forth, especially if the products are very different.
Shower and wash your face at around the same time each day and try to use the same products. Use exfoliators or face masks at regular intervals of 1-2 weeks, depending on the product directions.
3. Use Sunscreen
UV rays can be harmful even in small doses and aren’t only a hazard in the summer. Wearing a hat and long sleeves helps significantly, but it’s better to use SPF 50 sunscreen. Remember to reapply after exposure to water or after sweating significantly, even if the sunscreen is labeled waterproof.
4. Balance Moisture and Cleansing
Some face cleansers strip your skin of oils that help your skin stay supple. Cleaning your face thoroughly is essential, but washing away all the oil can result in your skin drying out too much and becoming irritated.
Sea Buckthorn Oil is a fantastic ingredient for face soaps because it cleanses without stressing out your skin. FaceDoctor face and body soaps make perfect use of this natural oil to eliminate bacteria and grime on your skin while letting your skin stay moist. Make it your go-to face cleanser to tackle everyday skin concerns plus chronic problems like eczema and acne.