You must still be mindful of your skin type when using toners though, as using a toner not meant for your skin type may do damage. For example, alcohol-based toners are bad for dry skin.
This is the stage in your daily skincare routine at home where you basically “feed” your skin. At this step, you will need to know what problems your skin has and apply products with the necessary vitamins and minerals to help improve the health and quality of your skin.
Some common problems are wrinkles, dark spots, and acne and each of these problems have a different approach to solving them. Make sure to properly identify what your skin needs and check for ingredients in the products that you use for the best effect.
Additionally, knowing exactly what your skin is lacking can allow you to find and apply products that can prevent these problems from ever coming back.
This is probably one of the most important parts of your daily skincare routine at home. The skin needs enough water to stay supple, repair itself, properly replace old skin cells, and prevent infections from entering the body.
The last step is to shield your skin. While a few minutes of sun can help your overall health, too much is very harmful to your skin. Excessive exposure to UV rays can develop into a host of problems; some not even restricted to only your skin.
UV rays can accelerate the aging of your skin and cause other side effects like wrinkles, leathery skin, liver spots, and even weaken your immune system.
Sunblock is the perfect product to use when you just can’t avoid exposing yourself to the sun but still want protection. Sunblock, or sunscreen as others may like to call it, work in 1 of 2 ways.