Skin Care Regime for Normal Skin

May 1, 2017
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The best Skin Care Regime for Normal skin is to use products that maintain balanced moisture levels.

Normal Skin is the perfect, balanced skin type. It has a healthy glow, with a fine texture and no open pores. 

It naturally has a balance of oil and moisture levels and rarely develops pimples or shiny areas.

Follow this balancing skin care regime daily so your skin will look and feel its best.

Morning skin care routine

Step 1. Cleanse

Cleanse your skin by splashing your face with water, then massage a gentle cleanser, gently working it into a lather for 30 seconds. It is a good idea to lightly massage your skin, because this will boost the supply of oxygen to the surface of your skin – which means a rosier complexion.

Step 2. Rinse

Thoroughly rinse all traces of cleanser from your face and neck, then pat dry. 

Step 3. Exfoliate (recommended)

Exfoliating your skin will help your skin care products work properly. As a general rule of thumb, exfoliate your skin up to twice times a week. Exfoliating every day may make your skin become dry, and patchy. 

If your cleanser doesn’t exfoliate your skin make sure you do it twice a week.  Over a wet face let the exfoliant gently slough away dry flaky skin, rinse and pat dry.

Step 4. Toner

Balance your skin’s moisture with Rosewater. Avoiding the delicate eye area as this can become more prone to dryness.

Step 5. Sunscreen

It is important to use a Sunblock even on cloudy days.

Apply a SPF+50 onto your face, neck, backs of your hands and your decolletage area (right down to your nipple line). 

Wait 5 minutes before continuing with the next step. 

Step 6. Moisturise

Smooth your skin with moisturising cream or lotion. Dot on to your face, then massage in with your fingertips using light upwards strokes.

This leaves a protective film on the skin, and the moisture content is balanced.

Step 7. Eye cream (optional for day)

Always apply an eye cream to keep the eye area supple. 

When looking for eye creams, check for formulas that have peptides, to boost hydration, help firm the skin, and smooth fine lines and wrinkles.

Step 8. Make Application

Wait a few minutes before applying your make-up.

 

 

Evening skin care routine

Step 1. Remove Make-up 

Remove your makeup with Micellar Water. Concentrate on removing all traces of makeup, especially your mascara.

The skin around the eyes is delicate, so don’t drag it when removing your eye makeup. Soak a cotton make-up pad with a non-oily remover and hold over your eyes for a few seconds to dissolve the make-up, then lightly wipe it away from the eyelids and lashes.

Step 2. Cleanse 

Cleanse your skin by splashing your face with water, then massage in a gentle face wash, working it into a lather for about 30 seconds. It is a good idea to lightly massage your skin, because this will boost the supply of blood to the surface of your skin – which means a rosier complexion.

Step 3. Rinse 

Rinse all traces of cleanser from your face, then pat your face dry.

Step 4: Mask (optional)

If you have the time and like to indulge, consider applying a face mask once or twice a week after you’ve cleansed your face but and before applying other products from your night time skin care routine. 

If your skin is on the dryer side, consider using a hydrating mask. 

There are specialty face masks available to suit every skin type and skin concern.

Not sure which one is best for you click here.

Step 5. Toner

Balance your skin’s moisture with a Rosewater. Avoiding the delicate eye area as this can become more prone to dryness.

Step 6Serum

Serums penetrate deeply into the skin and deliver a very high concentration of active ingredients. This makes them a great tool for targeting specific skincare concerns, like fine lines, wrinkles and pigmentation. 

Always apply your serum directly to your skin after cleansing or toning and before your moisturiser and sunscreen.

Step 7. Eye Cream

Best applied at night, Eye cream moisturises your the skin around your eyes. Gently patting a pea-size amount of cream on the undereye area with your ring finger, (which applies the least pressure). 

Start below the inner corners of eyes and move out toward your temples using a gentle tapping motion, apply along cheek and brow bone. 
When looking for eye creams, check for formulas that have peptides, to boost hydration and help firm the skin to smooth fine lines and wrinkles.

Step 8. Moisturise

Apply moisturiser formula to the back of your hand and from there apply a dot to your forehead, nose, to each cheek, chin, neck and decolletage, use light upward strokes to massage it in.

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