TIP #8: Skincare Is a Whole Body Routine

TIP #8: Skincare Is a Whole Body Routine

April 02, 2019

TIP #8: Skincare Is a Whole Body Routine

You’ve heard the importance of taking care of your skin uncountable of times–even before you reach the age of 20. But just like many people, you only find interest in a beauty routine during your mid to late twenties or even poorer, once you hit 30. Here are some beauty tips that can effectively take care of the skin and address the most common beauty problems among women in their 20s.


1. Skincare is a whole body routine
Skincare doesn’t start and end in your face, it is whole body routine. Never neglect your chest, neck, your back, shoulders and the back of your hand because skin ageing doesn’t only affect your face. Thank us later if you did, when your body ages elegantly as your face.


2. Rethink about your cleanser
When you’re nearing your 30s, it’s certainly important to reconsider the time-tested cleanser that you discovered back in college. In this stage of life, your skin starts to age and becomes acne-prone or less oily. Your skin needs a new cleanser companion, one that gently moisturizes as it regenerates your all-day tired skin.


3. Hydrate, Exercise, Diet
Follow the age-old beauty tip: exercise regularly, drink lots of water and eat fresh healthy foods. Your beauty comes not from what you put on to your skin, it comes within. Hydration is vital to keeping your skin moisturized. Exercise, on the other hand, helps to sweat which flushes out toxins from your body; it also increases blood circulation to keep your skin and hair nutrient-rich.


4. Go for age defense serum
Dermatologist recommended starting preventative measures while you are in your 20s. Ulya Beauty Intensive Age Defense Serum is a new oil-free solution that acts as a Triple-purpose serum, helping to protect the skin from free radical damage while preparing it for layering moisturizer or makeup application at the same time treats Skin issues.


5. Lack of sleep won’t do you good
As you know your skin renews and heals itself during sleep. But bedtime is the best time to do your skin care! Treating your problem areas are best done during sleep when you can deep moisturize and when active ingredients can penetrate deeply without the adverse effect of sun exposure.



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