There probably hasn’t been a single beauty thing we haven’t tried over the years in order to find that one thing that works, right? Obsessing over what’s good and what isn’t, we’ve come to a conclusion (although not very groundbreaking definitely a solid one) that occasionally switching through beauty routines keeps the skin looking and feeling fresh and young, as does apply different beauty techniques depending on the season.
The seasons & the beauty dynamics
The idea behind switching things up from time to time is preventing your skin from getting used to the same type of regimens and ultimately building resistance to the products that once felt amazing on the skin. Challenge your skin cells to stay firm by actively introducing new products and cleaning techniques. Obviously, you shouldn’t change your beauty regimens (too) often, as that may only irritate the skin in the long run. Moderation is key.
As for the seasons, each season has something specific about it that affects the skin in a, well, specific way. You’ve probably already mastered the key factors of each season and have (almost) learned the ways to tame them, right? Well, even the things you’ve learned can be challenged. Factors like the age of your skin and the climate problems we are currently facing are constantly changing, which is why you need to adapt.
Think of it this way: last year, your skin was a year younger as the ozone wasn’t as damaged. This year, your skin is a year older, and the climate’s way different than it was a year before. Get it? With that in mind, seeking help from a professional skincare clinic is an option too. Treatment like mesotherapy might just be the add-on your skin needed. It’s a great skin rejuvenation method if you’re into non-invasive treatments.
With the above explained, here are a few tips we guarantee you’ll like.
Beauty from within
Beauty isn’t just about the exterior; it comes from the inside, as well – after all, you are what you eat (and drink), remember? Drinking hot lemon water every day is beneficial in many ways – from aiding in digestion to boosting fat burning, lemon water is amazing. Most importantly, it will help your skin become more radiant and smoother. Not to mention that you’ll greatly reduce toxins in your body.
Moisture is important
Whenever possible, add a good moisturiser to your winter skincare routine. It’ll help smoothen the wrinkles on your skin and moisturize in the long run. Furthermore, a dermatologist-approved moisturiser works great during this season, helping your skin feel as soft as a feather to touch. However, don’t forget to include a night serum for overnight skin treatment, too.
Treat your nails better
Every girl’s nightmare stems from unevenly dried nails. This becomes worse in the winter as we have to deal with not only long sleeves and jumpers that mess things up immediately but also flaky, weakened nails and dried out polish.
Start using lemon on your nails, but not more than once a week. After making your hot water with lemon morning treat, take the lemon peel and rub it gently on the nails. You may feel a burning, tingling sensation for a second, and that’s okay. Do this once a week, and you’ll see your nails get stronger in no time.
Find the right exfoliating brush
It’s remarkably hard to find the right brush for exfoliating, and yet, you have one right under your nose. A soft bristle toothbrush is perfect for massaging your skin and getting rid of flaky elements, especially on the lips. Use a good facial scrub, rub the skin gently to stimulate circulation and see your skin glow again in just a few seconds.
Vitamins for your skin
What you eat and when you eat it is important for your overall being as much as it is for the skin. While a dietician can help you develop a dietary plan for your health, you should also visit a skincare clinic in order to get tips on how to improve your skin health. The professionals working there will be able to tell you exactly what your skin type needs in order to become more beautiful and radiant.