Everyday Skin Care
While we live out our busy lives, our skin is constantly exposed to harmful environmental substances as well as pollution, stress and also bacteria. It’s sometimes hard to keep up with a daily skincare routine, and to consider it as an essential part of our health. Here are some tips to keep you up to date and remind you of the importance of skin care.
Pampering yourself before Bedtime
Taking the time to treat your skin before going to bed is essential to nourishing your skin from all the trials of the day before. It is all about finding the right habits to prevent your skin from being unhealthy. The skin is the largest organ that the human body has, and there are a lot of areas which need to be taken care of. Skincare is more than just about your appearance: it's about protecting your body skin to improve its quality and health.
Dermatologists and skincare experts recommend using different moisturisers daily as part of a skin routine, underlining the importance of overnight moisturising. It will rehydrate the skin by helping it to retain more moisture.
Everybody Needs to Moisturise
Understanding the anatomy of our skin and treating it well is key to making a noticeable difference to your skin condition. Skin cells have a life cycle of about 21-28 days. Their growth cycle begins at your deepest skin level; these new skin cells gradually move up through the layers of your skin until they reach the outermost layer - hence the importance of keeping deep skin cells moisturised and healthy; so the top layer of skin is at its best.
The epidermis (the outermost layers of cells in the skin) is the most vulnerable to environmental damage. This typically comes in the form of UV light, but also in harsh climates (like winter) that can leave skin dull, dry and unhealthy. Combating dry conditions with moisturiser is the best way to boost your skins health.
Moisturise by Climate
Our experts recommend that maintaining a night skin care routine before going to bed will allow the skin to breathe, heal, and restore to a healthy young glow. Creams protect your skin and it’s essential that you tailor your moisturising choice with your environment. It’s also worth being aware that climate has a big impact on the health of our skin.
Whether you live in an area where the climate can be cold and dry, or in a hot and sunny environment, skin care is essential to great health, and so it’s important to stay on top of it.