Everyone’s morning routine is different from each other. I don’t actually stick to using exactly the same products every day, but I make sure I look after my skin. It all depends on how my skin feels.
It’s really easy to forget certain steps in your routine, but it’s so important you cleanse and moisturise. I’ve selected some great products which I think help keep your skin clean and give you an effortless healthy glow.
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Your skin changes all the time. It’s so dependent on the weather, hormones, diet, and your surrounding environment.
So the best thing to do for your morning routine is to work out what your current skin type is and what you think your skin might be lacking/need.
You should have various steps to your skincare routine. If you stick to it, you should see great results.
To keep your skin as healthy as possible, find yourself a great cleanser. And use it every day! It’s worth spending a bit more money on a decent cleanser to see the positive effects. Working in the city, there is so much pollution which can build up on your skin and in turn produce blemishes and spots.
Cleansing once in the morning, and once at night, will remove any impurities and dirt.
At the moment I’m using:
Serums & Treatments
A serum adds that extra moisture your skin might need. They work by penetrating deep below the surface of the skin and can be used before your daily moisturiser.
Sometimes your skin needs a little something ‘extra’, so make sure you treat yourself, and your skin every now and then. I personally love a good ‘mist‘ which I keep on my desk for a ‘moisturising spritz‘.
Also, don’t forget the skin around your eyes; it’s the most fragile skin on your body.
Products I’ve been using:
SPF (Sun Protection Factor)
I always use an SPF in my grooming routine. This is such an important product as it works to protect your skin from damage from UV rays.
The sun can cause major damage to the skin and if you don’t want those wrinkles, get an SPF in your morning routine now.
These are some SPF’s that I use, and highly recommend: