By Leila Cunningham, Head of Skin Care Products at CLN Company
Are you looking for a simple yet effective skin care routine? Look no further - we've got you covered! Taking care of your skin should never be complicated or scary. Developing a routine and being consistent is the key to healthy, glowing skin. While trying out new trends and brands is normal, caring for your skin requires patience and dedication.
Develop a Routine
If you're like most people, your morning routine is the foundation for your day. So, why not add a new healthy habit? We suggest a simple two-step routine: Cleanse and Moisturize. Not only will it leave your skin glowing, but it'll also give you a sense of accomplishment to start your day off right.
- Cleansing helps to remove all the gunk that accumulates on your skin, like product buildup, excess oil, and dead skin cells. Look for a gentle cleanser that's free from harsh chemicals, perfumes, and synthetic ingredients.
- Moisturizing is key for keeping your skin healthy and hydrated. Opt for a lightweight moisturizer that won't clog your pores and be sure to choose one with SPF to protect your skin from harmful UV rays.
By sticking to these two basic steps, you'll be on your way to a healthier, happier complexion.
Want to take your routine to the next level? Consider adding toner and serum.
- Toner helps to hydrate the skin and remove any extra products
- Using serum provides a powerful dose of active ingredients for an extra boost of hydration.
For an additional level of clean, Aquafacial treatment provides a deeper cleanse and exfoliation that enhances absorption of your skin care products.
Plan ahead, and be consistent
When it comes to skin care, consistency is key! It’s okay to change it up every once in a while, but skipping your skin care routine will not produce results. Habit researchers know we are more likely to form new habits when we clear away the obstacles that stand in our way. Placing your products in the bathroom that allow them to be best seen and easily accessible to use (next to toothbrush, or bathroom mirror, or your vanity table) is one example.