What are the 4 basic skin care products?

There are different types of cleaners, such as cream cleaners, oil cleaners, gel cleaners, and foam cleaners. Serums tend to have high potency and are designed to “treat” in some way.

What are the 4 basic skin care products?

There are different types of cleaners, such as cream cleaners, oil cleaners, gel cleaners, and foam cleaners. Serums tend to have high potency and are designed to “treat” in some way. The Core Four includes a cleanser, scrub, moisturizer and SPF. Why clean? Cleansing your skin is essential to your routine, as it removes impurities, oil and other unwanted debris, as well as helping your skin maintain an adequate level of hydration. Why eye cream? The skin around the eyes is very delicate, making it more susceptible to irritation, hence the importance of using a specific cream for the eye area and not the usual day or night cream.

Why use serums? The products effectively penetrate the skin and offer powerful technologies that penetrate even deeper into the skin to truly enhance the effect of day and night cream. Why day cream? Your day cream provides hydration throughout the day and also acts as your best defense against environmental stress, sun damage and pollution. This is why day creams are generally formulated with protective active ingredients. Cleansers, Exfoliators, Toners, Moisturizers, Serums, Lip Care, Sunscreen, Blemishes As with most processes, the first step is often the most important and skin care is no different.

For the rest of your routine to be effective, you need to make a clean slate. Cleansing helps remove dead skin cells while stimulating circulation. Most importantly, this step helps open pores to remove dirt, oil, and impurities. The OurPore Refining Foaming Cleanser does this for you without stripping your skin of its own moisture. To improve the effectiveness of the cleanser, women should try our cleansing and makeup remover oil to remove all traces of makeup before using the cleanser.

If your skin feels dull, an exfoliator can help restore your skin's natural glow. Try adding a few drops of lemon to our Fresh Glow 3-in-1 illuminating face polish to improve results. Although using a tonic is the second step, it should be considered as the final step in the cleansing process. Toning is essential, as it prepares the skin for the next two steps of the skincare routine.

After cleansing the skin and opening the pores, toning the skin helps to refine them and, at the same time, balances the skin's pH and soothes the capillaries. If you have blemish-prone skin, try our purifying facial toner. All other skin types will see results with our balancing face mist that moisturizes the skin and reduces any redness you may have. The last step in your routine is to hydrate it.

Most people skip this step, especially people with oily skin. But just like a recipe needs all the ingredients to be complete, your skincare routine needs a moisturizer to be complete. For people with normal to dry skin, our firming moisturizer moisturizes and replenishes lost skin moisture while providing the vitamins, proteins and essential acids needed to combat the signs of aging. If your skin is on the oily end of the spectrum, try our Brightening Sheer moisturizer, which has the same benefits as the firming moisturizer, but works to balance the skin's own oil production.

Sunscreen is the best anti-aging product. It prevents premature wrinkles, helps to fade dark spots and provides much needed protection against cancer-causing UV rays. However, you can say goodbye to the sticky white sunscreens of your childhood, as there are now dozens of comfortable formulations to choose from for different skin needs. Sports sunscreens are usually thicker and heavier, but are resistant to sweat and water during outdoor activities, especially Human Nature's Safe Protect sunscreen, which is safer for reefs but unbeatable for use on the beach.

For touch-ups, Happy Skin's Catch The Sun spray sunscreen, without spray, is a practical but greener option. Spraying it quickly and patting it leaves the skin fresh and mattified. Washing your face regularly removes dirt, oil and products that accumulate on your face daily, but for it to be truly clean, you need to exfoliate it. There are a few options when it comes to scrubs, but a physical scrub is a good start.

The body naturally removes dead skin on its own, but exfoliation helps accelerate that process. It can also help with clogged pores, blackheads, whiteheads, and even acne. Physical exfoliants usually have an immediate effect, resulting in softer and smoother skin after a wash, although they are not recommended for daily use. Once a week is a good rule of thumb, but it can vary depending on the product and skin sensitivity.

SPF will protect your skin from the damaging rays that cause aging (UVA rays; think A for aging) and burning (UVB rays; think B for burning).

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