We all want to look and feel good and in this age where skin maintenance comes with such a heavy price tag, it can be important to get it right. During my many years as a hair and makeup artist working on different faces in media, I have had the opportunity of working with different skin care products and have gained a lot of experience with these products. I will share some inside information on how to use skin care products to look and feel good and it is my sincere desire to help you find a solution to your skin problems.
First of all, always follow a cleaner, toner, moisturiser ritual. You must have heard it hundreds of times before but it's a crucial step in your skincare regime. One of the best cleansers in the market today is Garnier Cleansing water. It not only removes dirt but every bit of makeup as well. For moisturiser, I love using Swisse argan facial moisturiser. It hydrates your skin and also works well under the foundation which not every moisturiser can do.
Knowing how much care you need to apply can be confusing but I can tell you that you don't necessarily need a lot of skin care in your 20's, once in a while SK-ll facial treatment mask will work wonders to your skin. When you are in your 30's it's the right time to start doing something more to your skin. In order to improve collagen, I recommend radio frequency skin tightening because it will give you a facelift making you look young and gorgeous. Price per radio frequency treatment is around the $200 range and in order to see good results, you need to get at least 8 treatments done. One of the latest non-invasive facelift home devices which a lot of people swear by is Nuface Trinity facial toning device. This device is a life saver. It not only helps your skin produce collagen but reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
For a simple solution, you can use Loreal pure clay mask which is also a cost effective way to brighten your skin. Use it on your face and neck 2 to 3 times a week.
Don't forget guys, for a little extra glow on your skin always use a strobe cream or illuminator on the apple of your cheeks over your foundation. Iconic London illuminators are amazing and so is Mac strobe cream.