Morning Skincare Routine | Skin Solution 1O1

Skincare is an investment. No matter what is your skin type or complexion, to get super healthy skin through your daily skincare regime, you need to follow a few simple steps. Throughout the entire day to protect your skin from external harmful elements and UV radiation, or to maintain good health of skin, it is essential to have a list of personal skincare products and an appropriate skincare regime in the morning and at night. 





Cleanser is the first and most important process of both AM & PM skincare routine. It removes excess oil, dirt, and sebum from your skin. If you have dry to combination skin, you should use a cream-based cleanser. However, if you have more oily to acne-prone (sensitive) skin, it is felicitous to use a gentle cleanser in the morning and a salicylic acid base cleanser only at night. Or a hydrating cleanser would be the best choice for any type of skin. The cleanser should be non-comedogenic.




After cleansing, toner is the second process of skincare for both AM and PM. Toner can help shrink pores and tighten cell gaps. Also, a toner can restore the PH levels of your skin, to keep it soft, healthy & firmer. Harsh alcohol base toner can irritate the skin. Your toner must be included with gentle moisturizing elements that penetrate the skin effectively. If you are facing skin concerns like acne, blackheads, or bumps on your skin, you should use a salicylic acid base or 2% BHA toner at PM (bedtime). If you are using any exfoliating toner such as glycolic acid or an AHA base toner, it is highly recommended to use it once a week at PM (bedtime). Do not use any acid-base or an exfoliating toner before going outside under the sun, it can make your skin photosensitive.




Now coming to the treatment part, there are various types of serum available in the market, and each comes with an individual occasion. These are the most important steps cause serums can help to treat skin concerns like mild acne, bumps, breakouts, wrinkles, redness, dryness, and uneven skin texture, also brighten your skin by reducing the appearance of blemishes and hyperpigmentation. Some serums that you can wear during the day as well as at night (bedtime) are vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, alpha-arbutin, and niacinamide. If you have acne-prone skin or have lots of bumps on your face, then you should go for salicylic acid but only at PM (bedtime). If you are facing trouble with pigmentation, sun spots, or any dark spot, niacinamide, vitamin C, or alpha-arbutin, would be the best serum for you. Niacinamide significantly decreases hyperpigmentation and increases the texture of the skin barrier. If you have wrinkles then you must go with peptide, retinol, or retinoid base serum, but remember these only at PM (bedtime). If you want to choose serums for the day, you can go with vitamin, alpha-arbutin, niacinamide, and hyaluronic acid. Do not use too much serum on your face. Take 3 to 4 drops, and gently tap it all over your face.




The third step of the skincare routine for both AM and PM is moisturizer. A moisturizer’s job is to replenish the moisture in the epidermal layer. Moisturiser regenerates de-hydrated, flaky, dry, aged skin, improving skin hydration. A daily moisturizer is necessary to maintain the skin’s moisture barrier and to prevent environmental damage to your skin. Keep in mind that your moisturizer should be non-comedogenic. The non-comedogenic substance helps keep oily skin acne-free because these non-comedo oils won’t clog pores, allow the skin to breathe, and make dry skin hydrated, soft, and supple. If you have dry to combination skin you should go for a hydrating moisturizer, if you have normal to oily type skin, a gel moisturizer would be appropriate for you. 




Skin protection is the most important step of the skincare routine. It protects your skin from UVA and UVB rays. Too much ultraviolet radiation from sunlight is tremendously dangerous for the skin. Nearly half of the UV radiation is received between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. when the sun’s rays are the strongest. UV radiation can damage the DNA in skin cells directly, and can cause long-term skin damage like wrinkles, sunburn, premature aging, and pigmentation they can also cause skin cancer. Even on a cloudy day, you can be sunburned by UV radiation. Not only the sun’s radiation, but pollution can also damage your skin. And sunscreen can only protect the skin from it. And it’s important to choose the right sunscreen. So, if you are going outside in the sun, even on a cloudy day or in the evening, or near a flame for cooking, or staying inside at home make sure you’re wearing a broad-spectrum, mineral sunscreen with SPF 50 or higher. No matter where you are, must apply sunscreen during the morning as the last step of your morning skincare routine and reapply every 2 hours. 











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