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On 8/16/2017 at 8:37 PM, Reija said:

What's your daily skin care routine?

 

Share your am and pm routine here and let's help each other out by giving ideas on skin care products that work. I thought it would be fun to get this type of thread going again. We used to have a similar and encourage all you lurkers to chime in too. :) We are a community of beauty obsessed so let's help each other out because the beauty struggle is real right? Aren't we all looking for the best next thing in skin care? I've tried hundreds if not thousands of products and still try new ones only because I love to do it. I had my skin care set for a while but then got bored and started using different products again and not a day goes by that I don't at least window shop at Sephora.  :lol: I'm a huge fan of Korean skin care too but I just love skin care in similar and trying out new products is fun. I hope you all with join me in sharing our routines so that others can get information and ideas for theirs and we can all talk about what works and what doesn't. 

Hi my suggestion is to keep follow these things as:

It is very important to maintain a balanced diet in your daily life to keep your skin glowing, but no need to stick with the diet chart, instead of this you should understand what to eat and what not to.

Here are some tips for you to follow every day to get more health benefits.

  1. Drinking water is most important; it keeps your body hydrated.
  2. Don’t skip breakfast
  3. Include fruits, vegetables, rich in protein, food in your meal
  4. Eat dairy products which are high in vitamins & proteins and the food which gives you nutrients.
  5. Avoid unhealthy lifestyle.Daily-Diet-You-Should-Follow-To-Keep-You

1. Water

Water will keep your system internally hydrated when you drink lots of water throughout the day. Drinking lots of water help to remove toxins from your body and keeps your skin glowing and reduces wrinkles & fine lines and many skin problems.

2. Turmeric

Turmeric contains the anti-inflammatory compound, and its bio-active component has a medicinal property which helps to increase antioxidant capacity in your body. It is very helpful to cure disease and has a property to reduce the risk of cancer.

Try to buy products from MITVANA STORES and is one of the best online stores which is known for natural ayurvedic skin care products. Buy all your skincare products at www.mitvanastores.com and keep your skin glowing and healthy.

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My daily skincare routine follows this routine - 

1. Try a three-day detox.

2. Add turmeric, aloe vera, cucumber, baking soda, papaya to your diet and use the face mask with the ingredients every alternate day.

3. Drink green tea, every single day.

4. Consciously add Vitamin C to your diet.

5. Massage your face with honey daily.

6. Exercise for at least 15 minutes, every day.

7. Drink coconut water.

8. Avoid fried or oily food. Eat at home.

9. Feel happy from within.  

I follow in these skin tips to keep your skin healthy and glowing all day long. I also in ayurvedic tips for skincare. They really work. If you want to know some ayurvedic tips to keep your skin glowing, read here - https://telugu.popxo.com/2019/04/effective-ayurveda-tips-for-beautiful-skin-in-telugu/

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I Follow this skin care routine..hope you find it helpful

  1. STEP 1: CLEANSER. In the morning, start by splashing your face with warm water or, if you must, wash with a gentle face cleanser designed for your skin type.
  2. TONER. ...
  3. EYE CREAM. ...
  4. SPOT TREATMENT. ...
  5. MOISTURIZER. ...

I also came across a wonderful article on skin care tips, do read this article

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In the AM I:

  1. Cleanse
  2. Tone
  3. Apply a Serum
  4. Apply an Eye Cream
  5. Moisturize (Something with SPF)

In the PM I:

  1. Cleanse with a Facial Oil
  2. Cleanse with a Face Wash
  3. Tone
  4. Use a Sheet Mask
  5. Apply an Eye Cream.
  6. Depending on how my skin feels after removing the mask and allowing the essence to absorb into my skin, I'll follow up with a serum and/or moisturizer.

 

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CLUELESS ABOUT FACE BLEACH? GET ALL THE DOPE HERE!

Apart from its distinct smell, face bleach has a lot of reputation surrounding it, some good and some not so. The claimed benefits of face bleach include removal of blackheads, pigmentation and tan. Most people even resort to bleaching to save themselves the pain of threading. But, how many of these are actually true? We’ll tell you the reality behind the jar of cream that promises to lighten your complexion.https://www.bebeautiful.in/all-things-skin/everyday/all-you-need-to-know-about-face-bleach

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When it comes to skincare, most of us tend to put more emphasis on face than on the rest of our body but keeping skin looking radiant from head-to-toe can also go a long way toward helping you look healthier and feeling more confident. so its important to keep care of your skin from head-to-toe so your whole skin kept velvety smooth. 

  • My Morning Routine:- First I step into a warm, relaxing shower and begin by cleansing my body with Nargis Cleansing Shower Butter by Forest Essentials, with its rich and creamy consistency, it deeply nourishes and cleanses your skin leaving a mild lingering fresh fragrance throughout the day. Then crucial and an often missed step to add to your skincare ritual is an Exfoliator. I prefer Hydrating Sea Salt Crystal Rose Body by Forest Essentials makes a great choice as it imparts unrivaled smoothness and a dazzling radiance to your skin. 
  • My Evening and Night Routine:- My evening routine is to first use Forest Essentials Soundarya Luminous Beauty oil for my skin. This oil nourishes the skin and leaves it with an iridescent gold shimmer. Before sleeping I apply Night Treatment Cream Sandalwood & Saffron by Forest Essentials which rejuvenating and nourish my skin.

I only prefer  Forest Essentials products for my skin because all these products are ayurvedic and natural with no chemicals and side effects.

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THE BENEFITS OF BAKING SODA FOR YOUR SKIN:

Using baking soda for skin issues can actually be pretty safe, especially since it is a naturally occurring compound that is found in abundant quantities in the form of the mineral ‘natron’.

Moving on to skincare, our team at BeBeautiful has curated a list of skin problems that this extraordinary compound could help treat (baking soda’s quite magical like that). So prop yourself on your couch, take a bite out of that mouth-watering muffin you just baked using baking soda.

https://www.bebeautiful.in/all-things-skin/everyday/the-benefits-of-baking-soda-for-your-skin

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I have a very simple 4 step process that has helped with my sensitive skin, after trying many different products from drugstores. I am am love with my regimen for both AM and PM uses. 

 

SOOTHE GENTLE CREAM WASH

I have have normal to oily skin, so I wet my  skin and gently message a thin layer of cleanser, rinse thoroughly and pat dry.
 

SOOTHE SENSITIVE SKIN TREATMENT

After cleansing, I apply a thin layer of treatment evenly over my face, avoiding the eyes, which I don't rinse off.

SOOTHE MOISTURE REPLENISHING CREAM

Then I apply thin layer of face cream evenly , avoiding the eye area and, again, I don't rinse off. 

SOOTHE MINERAL SUNSCREEN BROAD SPECTRUM SPF 30

Every AM I use thin layer of sunscreen, reapply every 2-3 hours if needed. 

I have a hydration serum, face masks, microdermabrasion paste, and eye cream I use when needed and depending on the time of year. 😊

 

Your skin is your biggest organ, so top of eating clean, showering every other day, drinking a lot of water, and truly taking care of myself. A skincare routine isn't the end all be all, but its preventive steps (like physical activity, eating healthy) to avoid reversing damaged skin from not using sunscreens toners, moisturizer etc. 

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I am putting more emphasis on the undereye area. I'm 35 and my skin needs more moisturizing. Twice a day I apply eye serum under eyes, and I never miss this ritual as after several weeks of continuous use I see amazing results: moisturized skin and absolutely no puffiness under eyes. I am using this one from Verneso https://www.amazon.com/s?k=eye+cream&hidden-keywords=B07PPW6J7M&ref=nb_sb_noss_1 Many undereye serums dry out the undereye area and this results in fine lines and wrinkles. Verneso bee venom eye serum contains peptides, vitamins A and E as well as Shea Butter which rejuvenate, tighten and smoothen the undereye area. For me it's the best undereye serum, and I will definetly buy one more bottle during this Amazon Prime Day. 

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Morning Routine

Cleanse

Tone

Moisturize

Sunscreen

Evening Routine

Cleanse - I would switch this with exfoliating once or twice a week in two to three day intervals

Tone

Serum/Spot treatment creams

Moisturize

 

Others

Mask every week twice

Scrub the body twice a week

Body butter daily after shower

 

 

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