Skin Care Tips I Wish I could Tell My Younger Self
If I could tell my younger self how to care for my skin, I would say to "Use gentler chemicals: I had acne, so I was constantly plying my face with concoctions loaded with acne-busting ingredients like benzoyl peroxide. Good in theory, sure, but overloading my sensitive skin with harsh products probably made my skin worse than it had to be.“ Rosie Naskari from bustle.com
“Taking just as good care of my neck and décolleté as I did on my face is something I definitely should’ve done sooner. Being in my mid 30s now, I am seeing signs of aging in those area that I know could have been prevented” - Victoria Styles from Living Disrobed.
“Consider doing regular facial massages at home. It doesn't have to be long, just two minutes. When you apply your moisturizer, massage in an upward and outward motion; don't forget your neck too.” —mmmiu
“Wear eye cream now! Start rocking eye cream in your 20s before those fine lines creep in. The skin around the eyes is the most thin and therefore shows aging first. DAB it around your eyes with your ring finger, which applies the least amount of pressure. I scream you scream we all scream for eye cream” – Renelyn from makeup by Renren
“Use sunscreen religiously. Don't worry about getting a tan. Sunscreen! Man, otherwise I was really good to my skin in my 20s, and it looked pretty good, too, but I never wore sunscreen and now I'm seeing the results. I actually didn't realize until a few months ago that what I have is sun damage, until I noticed that my splotchiness stops at my shirt line. I just thought it was weird pale person coloring. SPF 15 in the morning is not enough." Renee Jaques from Allure.