Skincare mistakes to avoid RIGHT NOW!

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Our skincare obsession has definitely stepped up a notch over the years – our beauty cabinet is stashed with effective serums, well-formulated cleansers. But, as meticulous as your skincare regimen may be, you could still be guilty of making one of these common skincare mistakes, and it could be the only thing coming between you and your dream skin. Here are some skincare mistakes you don’t want to be making.

Overusing skincare products

With so many miracle products around, it’s hard to know which ones to use and when – surely the more the better, right? Wrong! Sometimes you can overuse products and overload on active ingredients. For example, if you’re using multiple products containing AHAs, you could be over-exfoliating your skin, disrupting the skin’s protective barrier, and triggering breakouts. When it comes to active ingredients, try to stick to this rule – the stronger the ingredient, the less you should use it. Take salicylic acid as an example, it’s a super potent exfoliator so you should only need to use it a few times a week, and not in conjunction with other exfoliating formulas like a glycolic acid peel or lactic acid formula.

Neglecting your neck

SO many of us neglect our necks, which means later down the line our face and neck don’t match up. You should actually continue your entire beauty regime all the way down to your collarbone, including cleansing, exfoliating, toning, and of course, moisturizing. But most importantly, make sure you’re gentle when dealing with your neck and décolletage, as the skin is very sensitive. Always use upwards motions so that you’re not pulling at the skin.

Neglecting your upper lip

Often when we apply our lotions, our cheeks get all of the love, but there’s one area that definitely doesn’t get the skincare TLC it deserves; the upper lip. Your upper lip is actually mega important since your lips age faster than the rest of your face. This is why we recommend applying your eye cream to your upper lip as they contain ingredients to boost collagen production and strengthen and tone the skin.

Not drinking enough water

If you ask any model what their number one skincare rule is, it’s to drink A LOT of water. We know it’s one of the most basic rules out there, but the sooner you realize what’s going on in the inside MASSIVELY reflects on the outside, the better your skin will be. If your body, and consequentially your skin, is dehydrated, it’ll look dull, your pores may become more obvious, and your fine lines will be more pronounced. So, make sure you drink at least two liters of water a day.

Not wearing SPF

What a lot of people don’t realize is that 90% of how your skin ages is directly related to sun exposure and it’s completely within your control – basically, wearing sunscreen is a must! But as well as containing SPF 30 or higher, you need a sunscreen with a 4 or 5-star UVA rating, to protect your skin from UVA and UVB rays. UVB rays are directly responsible for sunburn, skin discoloration, redness, and they also contribute to skin cancer. UVA rays are actually considered more dangerous than UVB, as they penetrate more deeply and are the main cause of long-term skindcare damage, like fine lines and wrinkles, and the destruction of collagen that leads to skin sagging.

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