“Be good to your skin, you wear it every day for the rest of your life.”

Skin is the most delicate organ covering all of your body. Skin must be protected from outer damages like UV sun rays, bacteria, cold, hot and toxic things as well. For fighting all these elements skin needs to be rejuvenated through proper skin care. Some of you might have blooming clear complexions while others must be facing scabrous spotty skin. In both the conditions, you still need to maintain your skin on a daily basis. In the race of perfect skin, you have to need some Skin Care Products to help you win.

How to Build a Daily Skin Care Routine?

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“Beautiful skin requires a commitment, not a Miracle.” (Erino Lazlo)

Summer stays for long and so are various skin issues like acne to patchy skin and sunburns to oily skin. You need to take time out from those lazy summer daily routines especially if you are on a holiday. It means you have plenty of time to nourish your skin and make it glow. Make your skin even-toned and shining with these simple daily skin hacks.

1. Know your Skin

“Time to treat the skin you are ___in”

The first and foremost thing you need to know is your Skin type. Whether you got a

  • A clear, normal skin with no blemishes
  • A rough, dry skin( flakes around cheeks)
  • An oily skin ( greasy, glowy)
  • A combination of skin(a mixture of dry and oily parts)

You can give treatments to your skin according to skin conditions. Keep in mind all the above skin types and which one you have.

2. Cleansing

A cleanser purifies your skin from the dirt, sebum, and bacteria. You need to know before applying a cleanser which one comes for your skin.

  • A water base cleanser (acne and sensitive skin)
  • A creamy cleanser (dry and mature skin)
  • Foaming cleanser ( oily and combination skin)
  • Always wash your face with a good antiseptic cleanser in the morning and before going to bed.

3. Moisturizing

“The best foundation you can ever wear is glowing healthy skin.”

Exactly you can have a sheer natural skin only you moist it well. For each type of skin, you need it to moisturize daily. You can apply on damp skin or after drying. But make sure to use moisturizer according to your skin type.

4. Eye Cream

Your eyes are the most sensitive part of your face. To avoid dark circles and crow’s feet (wrinkles) around the eye you need to put on an eye cream. Always use 2nd next to your pinkie finger to your eyes and apply the cream in circular motions.

5. Sunscreen

UV rays are harmful to your skin and can lead to skin cancer. Sunscreens not only protect you from sun rays but it should be applied throughout the day. Even heavy lights, excessive use of makeup can cause skin damage. Buy products with SPF which has sunscreen added on to it.

6. Exfoliation and Masks

“Taking care of your skin is more important than covering it up.”

Your skin needs to be circulating and exfoliating not only face skin but the whole body needs it. It stimulates cells It is never recommended daily but once or twice a week is necessary for that extra glow. A face mask is good to make your skin look refreshing and soft.

What are Natural Treatments for Skin Care?

The most important project you will ever work on is yourself.”

Yeah___ your skin need your time too if you want it to look kissable and velvety. Whatever your skin condition is it should be treated well. It doesn’t mean you see a dermatologist and buy some expensive products for having vibrant skin. There are a few natural products in your kitchen which will do magical wonders to your skin.

Coconut and Argon Oil

Coconut oil and Argon oil can be a good moisturizer for dry and anti-ageing skin. People facing skin issues like eczema and allergy will get excellent results with coconut oil. Argon oil is best to use at nights as it nourishes your skin and keep it moist and is excellent for reducing wrinkles around your face.


Honey has anti-bacterial and antiseptic properties it helps in reducing acne, healing breakouts and wounds. It moisturizes your skin and makes it soft. Apply twice or thrice a week with rose water for an hour and wash it off.

Sea salt

Sea salt contains sea minerals which helps in soothing skin conditions like breakouts and removes dead skin. Aloe Vera, honey mix with sea salt is best skin exfoliation. Scrub gently on skin twice a week will glow your skin.


Avocado is full of Vitamin A, D and E another skin nourishing nutrient. It gives a long lasting luscious look and soothes your skin from sunburns. Use with honey and olive oil on dry skin to make a face mask and apply for 15 to 20 minutes.

Drink Water

“Sleep, drink water and treat your skin.”(Georgia Louise)

Drinking a good amount of water keeps your skin dehydrated. You can always choose fresh fruit juices which helps in maintaining your metabolism and glowing your skin.

Healthy Diet

Apart from all above mentioned products a healthy diet including the balance of vegetables, fruits, steamed meat, seeds, and less spice is no doubt a good booster for your skin and body.

End Note

After having such a good treat for your skin you probably would be saying “I got 99 problems but my skin ain’t one.”  Make sure to build this healthy daily routine for a perfect soft skin you ever dreamed of.

Your skin is your best Accessory takes care of it.



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