Ok people, we have entered a new decade and with this decade comes a new approach to skincare. We will revisit some old promises and make some new ones, so here goes:
In 2020 we pledge to;
In 2020, let’s make it a priority to take as good care of the skin on our bodies as we do with our face. This means cleansing, exfoliating and moisturizing your body on a daily basis.
We recommend using products that suit you and get rid of anything extra or unnecessary. Less is more when it comes to skincare.
Taking fifteen minutes out at least once a week to sit with our masks on and catch up on the shows we have missed out on, is a great way to take care of ourselves.
We need to get rid of all the dirt and makeup from the day to get a healthy glowing skin. This will significantly improve the appearance and overall health of your skin.
Regardless if it’s cold outside, or even if it’s raining, daily SPF is a necessity. It protects your skin from diseases and it slows down signs of aging.
In 2020, we will do our best to invest in products that support sustainable packaging and make a commitment to be more environmentally friendly. Everyone needs to play a part in our fight against climate change. So, as consumers, we need to make a commitment to be more environmentally conscious.
A lot of our skin issues can be solved by keeping our skin hydrated, no matter the skin type. And this is exactly what a humidifier does.
Set an appointment with your dermatologist and see them at least once a year. It’s good to get regular updates on your skin’s current condition to keep better care of it.
Use lip scrub at least once a week and keep your lips hydrated throughout the day. Don’t wait for them to chap, to take action.
Our skin regenerates the most while we are sleeping. So try to get as much out of it as you can. Fix your sleep schedule and get at least 7-8 hours of sleep every night.
This is another tip that goes without saying. Beauty gurus all over the world live by this. Your skin often reflects your body’s dehydration, which may result in breakouts or flakiness. Make it a personal mission to drink at least two liters of water per day.
Our makeup tools gather up dirt and bacteria from our faces and the environment. When they come into contact with our skin, they spread this dirt and bacteria all over our face causing adverse reactions. Therefore, it is important to keep our tools clean.
Did you know that our necks and hands show the greatest signs of aging? In 2020, we need to make sure that we are taking as good care of these two, as we are of our face. It is a great idea to apply the products you use on your face on your hands and neck as well.
Here’s to hoping our skins are healthier than ever before. Have a great year!