Imagine if you could have a simple face care routine that keeps your skin beautiful, saves time AND money. Well, you’re in luck. I would like to share an easy 3-step face care routine for clearer and brighter skin.
Step 1: Cleanse to remove dirt and other impurities with a gentle cleanser. You want to cleanse your face as well as your neck using the pads of your fingers and/or gentle cloth. I used a natural handmade soap bar with botanicals and essential oils or an unscented bar.
Step 2: Tone to hydrate, balance the skin’s pH, tighten pores and remove any dirt you missed in the cleansing process. Some simple toners are aloe vera juice and rose water. I apply the toner via a fine mist or to a cotton swab smooth over my face and neck area.
Step 3: Moisturize to seal in the moisture and deliver nutrients to the skin. Natural oils and butters are a great option because they are rich in nutrients, minerals and vitamins that help protect and restore your skin cells. My go to items for moisturizing are the Lanbéli Moisturizing Body Oil, Koko Kwèm Shea Moisturizer, Blemish Balm or jojoba oil, olive oil, or homemade coconut oil. Each one serves a different purpose for me and is used based on the weather and what is happening with my skin at the time.
I highly recommend using food grade ingredients to ensure the best quality. Food grade ingredients are less likely to have fillers and other things you don’t need on your face. Remember, what you put in your body is just as important as what you out on your body.
I hope you found this post useful. Do you use any of these methods in your skincare routine? Feel free to comment and share this post with a friend.
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Benardett, Creator of Sénica® Products
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