What Are the 5 Basics of Skincare? Massage therapy with Body oil?
Besides massage therapy, skincare is essential for maintaining healthy and glowing skin and so is daily massage with body oil. It can be overwhelming to know where to start when it comes to skincare, so we’ve broken down the five basics that everyone should be doing to keep their skin looking its best.
Cleansing is the foundation of any good skincare routine. It removes dirt, oil, and makeup from your skin, leaving it feeling refreshed and clean. Cleansers come in a variety of forms such as foams, gels, and oils, so you can find one that works best for your skin type. Make sure to use lukewarm water when cleansing and gently massage the cleanser into your skin in circular motions. Try out our facial oil cleanser
Exfoliating helps remove dead skin cells from the surface of your skin, which can help improve texture and tone. It also helps unclog pores and prevent breakouts. There are two types of exfoliation: physical (using a scrub or brush) or chemical (using acids such as glycolic acid). Choose one that works best for your skin type and use it no more than twice a week. You can also use some of our mild soaps with exfoliating substances in them. Have a look at our natural handmade soap
Moisturizing is important in any skincare routine because it helps keep your skin hydrated and prevents dryness or flaking. Look for moisturisers with hydrating ingredients such as hyaluronic acid or glycerin, which will help lock in moisture without making your skin feel greasy or heavy. Try out our night face cream. A daily dose of it will improve your skin quality enormously. Make sure to apply moisturiser after cleansing and exfoliating while your skin is still damp for maximum absorption.
4. Sun Protection
Sun protection is essential for keeping your skin healthy and preventing premature aging caused by sun damage such as wrinkles, dark spots, and sagging skin. Look for a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher that offers broad-spectrum protection against both UVA and UVB rays (UVA rays cause wrinkles while UVB rays cause sunburns). Apply sunscreen every day before going outside—even on cloudy days—and reapply every two hours if you’re spending time outdoors or sweating heavily.
Antioxidants are powerful compounds found in certain foods that help protect against free radical damage caused by environmental stressors like pollution or UV radiation from the sun. Look for products with antioxidants like vitamin C or green tea extract to help protect against premature aging caused by free radicals while also brightening dull-looking skin over time. Antioxidants can also be found in certain foods like blueberries, spinach, kale, and dark chocolate! You know what they say! - Your are what you eat!!!
These five basics are essential for keeping your skin healthy and looking its best! Make sure to incorporate them into your daily skincare routine—you’ll be glad you did!