It is useless to use the right cosmetics if we make a series of mistakes and bad habits that are harmful to the skin.
Washing your face excessively: Daily cleaning is essential, but what is more important is what you clean with, that it is not aggressive to your skin or unbalances your natural PH. The same happens with the weekly peeling.
Rest: As you know, lack of sleep affects your entire body, and therefore, your skin. Sleeping little decreases the production of collagen and the renewal of skin cells. This will result in dull, dry skin with premature wrinkles.
Tobacco or alcohol: They are not good for the body, and neither for your skin. They cause premature aging and the destruction of collagen. They take some of the nutrients, like vitamins A and C.
Poor nutrition: You are what you eat. If you follow a diet rich in fiber and plenty of water, you will get the necessary vitamins and nutrients to beautify your skin and keep it young.
Sunscreen: You must protect yourself every day and in any season of the year. The sun is the external agent that most accelerates cell aging and it is also directly responsible for cancer.
Dirty makeup tools: The brushes you use to apply makeup are the perfect breeding ground for bacteria and can lead to infections, acne, etc. Wash them regularly with a special soap or a neutral one.
Use products to prevent aging: Between the ages of 25 and 30, it is recommended to start using anti-aging cosmetics. The earlier you start to slow down skin aging, the better.
Expired cosmetics: Take a look at your “beauty” cabinet and ask yourself how long is each cosmetic. Do you keep the sun creams open from one year to another? Look at the
recommendations of each product. Just as you don’t eat outdated foods, your skin shouldn’t use expired products either.