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You probably see all kinds of advertisements for crazy skin products that you never even thought you’d need.  What even is a home chemical peel?  (If you’re really not sure, you can definitely read our article on anti-aging methods, but that’s besides the point.)  But, if you’re a low-maintenance person, it can all be a little overwhelming.  Do you really need all those products that you see lining store shelves?  What would happen if you just washed your face and let the rest happen naturally?  Well, there is a low maintenance skin care routine that you should maintain.

Maybe you’re wondering why you even need a low maintenance skin care routine at all.  Well, the short answer is that your skin does benefit from some kind of schedule.  If you throw water on your face one night, then wash it thoroughly the next, it can actually confuse your skin.  Additionally, you want to make sure that you hit the essential care points that your skin needs.  For the most part, that means cleaning, moisturizing, and if you’re older, something to fight aging.  Keep reading for our tips on how to build a good low maintenance skin care routine.

Low Maintenance Skin Care Routine Step 1: Cleanse Your Face

It’s important to get dirt, makeup, and oil off your face every day.  If you don’t use makeup, your skin still picks up oils throughout the day from your fingers and anything else that comes into contact with your face.  And, all of the excess junk on your face can clog your pores.  If you do put on makeup every day, you should wipe it off before you go to bed.  So, you might end up cleansing your face twice a day.  For those of you who don’t wear makeup, once a day is probably sufficient.  Of course, it depends on your skin type, too.  If you have problem skin, look for a cleanser that is designed for your issue.

Low Maintenance Skin Care Routine Step 2: Moisturize

If you use makeup and wash your face twice daily, you probably already use a moisturizer on your face.  But, it’s surprising how many people just don’t think about it.  Moisturizers can keep your skin soft and prevent itchy dryness and flaking.  If you have acne, you may want to look into an oil-free moisturizer.  But, otherwise some of the best moisturizers do contain a host of different nurturing oils.  And, if you have normal skin, these shouldn’t provoke more acne.  Just as with the cleanser, you may want to buy a moisturizer that works specifically to your skin’s needs.

Low Maintenance Skin Care Routine Step 3: Fight Aging

If you’re quite young, you probably aren’t worrying about wrinkles just yet.  But, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t protect your skin.  Everyone should use a full-spectrum sunscreen on their face daily.  And, if you’re not a fan of the texture, you can find sunscreens with special formulas just for your face.  If you are getting into your 30s, you may want to start looking at an anti-aging cream or serum.  These products normally have special ingredients that can boost collagen production and help keep wrinkles at bay.  Many people find success in these simple products, and they’re much less time-consuming than at-home or professional peels and other treatments.

Low Maintenance Skin Care Routine Step 4: Stay Healthy

You probably weren’t expecting this in an article about skin.  But, the fact of the matter is that your whole body is connected.  By eating junk food or not exercising, you are setting yourself up for a host of issues.  And, that includes skin problems.  Many people who have chronic skin issues find that their problems stop when they start eating better.  And, sleep deprivation can harm your skin too.  So, eat well, exercise, and sleep.  It’s the most important part of a low maintenance skin care routine, by far.

Rebecca Thompson

Rebecca Thompson

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