Skincare Vs Makeup. Which of these two should consume your time and/or money?
Quick answer – Skincare!
Although most people understand the importance of good skincare habits, many people resort to using makeup to take care of their skin issues.
Makeup Is Important…
Don’t get us wrong, makeup is wonderful????. Especially when used well!
It makes us feel more confident by highlighting our features and covering our imperfections when we need it to.
Paying more attention to your skincare would significantly improve how your makeup wears on your skin and will actually make your makeup look so much better.
You’ll find out that one pump of foundation actually does the trick. No longer will you have to put on layers and layers of makeup to create that flawless look.
But Skincare Comes First
Your skin is your body’s largest organ and is also its first line of defense.
It only makes sense that we should spend more time and money trying to keep it as healthy as possible.
We’re not always in makeup, so it’s important to make sure that your skin is well cared for at all times.
Skin conditions like acne, for example, might get worse with the more makeup we put on our faces.
The first step to caring for your skin is understanding your skin type. The main skin types are oily, dry, and combination skin.
You should always buy skincare products that are specifically formulated for your skin type.
Age also plays a big role on the type of products that we buy for our skin. In our 20s and 30s, our skin has strong collagen and elastic fibers. Caring for your skin at this age could mean only investing in a good cleanser, moisturizer, and sunscreen.
As we age, our skin loses its elasticity, and creams and serums that add collagen might now become a staple for older men and women.
The bottom line is that a good skincare regimen is never-ending. The key to consistency is using as few products as possible while making sure that these products get the job done.
If you’re looking for a treatment that adds more collagen and elasticity to your skin, book a consultation with Body Contourz here or contact us for more info at 818-213-2576 or firstname.lastname@example.org and find a solution that works for you.
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