Develop A Good Skincare Routine

Develop A Good Skincare Routine

You can create healthy skin-care habits no matter your age.

We all know that our skin changes as we age, and you may see more skin moles, age spots, irritated zones, or areas of hyperpigmentation caused by UV rays.

Here are some recommendations that will keep you looking your best.

Develop a good skincare routine

Develop a good skincare routine

Skin type

The most common skin types are sensitive, acne-prone, mature, oily, and dry skin.

It is important to note that your skin can change over time or through the seasons, and you can be more than one type, so always check your skin.

If you’re misinformed or unaware, you could compromise your skin’s natural balance and trigger inflammation.

Also, premature aging, breakouts, and even irritation by using the wrong products. So understanding and getting to know your skin type is a great thing you can do for your skin.


Exfoliation is a necessary step in any good skincare routine. If you are using a chemical exfoliator, make sure you only use it 1 to 3 times a week to avoid over-exfoliation.

Chemical exfoliators, like BHAs, AHAs, or an enzyme-based formula, dissolve dead skin cells while promoting skin regeneration, and effectively cleanse your pores leaving your skin clean and radiant.

Clean your skin

It’s important to get into a habit of developing a good skincare routine early on. Cleansing is our favorite hack, and it can completely transform your skin.

By cleansing your skin, you’ll ensure all the dust, oil, dirt, bacteria, and pollution that’s built up on your skin during the day has been removed. Next, you will have a thoroughly clean base if you want to apply a nighttime skincare routine.


If there’s one thing literally important to apply to your skin; is the use of sunscreen daily to help protect it from sun damage.

95% of how your skin ages are directly linked to sun exposure and are within your control. This is actually another reason why it’s so critical to wear sunscreen at every age.