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Mediterranean Sea Salt: A Beginner’s Guide To Skincare

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Regardless of gender, there is no shame in wanting to look your best and have better, smoother skin. Of all the self-care trends that have surfaced, skin care is perhaps the most important one. Gone are the days of just washing your face with soap in the shower and hoping that the water will get rid of all the oil and dirt. We’ve created this handy guide to help you select the skincare products you need, from sunscreen to Mediterranean Sea bath salts. 

Determine The Issues You Should Address

The first step to any skincare routine is identifying your problem areas. Do you have dry or oily skin? Could your pores be a bit smaller? These can be easily addressed with the wide range of skincare products available on the market. It is important to remember, however, that not every product will work for you, so you have to go through a testing phase to see what works and doesn’t work for your skin. For more serious issues, perhaps a visit to the dermatologist should be in order. 

Create A Routine Using The Best Bath Soaks And Skincare Products

The second step is setting up your weekly and daily routine. At least once a week, take some time in the day to exfoliate and cleanse deeply. You could start with a relaxing soak in the tub using the Lilliuma Skin Soothing Bath Salt or any Better Bath Better Body product, follow it up with an exfoliating facial wash, and spend a few minutes using a face mask. 

As for the daily routine, you can divide it into morning and evening. In the morning, use a moisturizer after your shower. For men with facial hair, you might need to take some additional steps. If you’re going out, apply a good layer of sunscreen on your exposed skin.

In the evening, use a gentle facial wash to wash the dirt and pollution away from your face. After this, moisturize again. Moisturizer and sunscreen are the most important steps in any skincare routine and must never be neglected. An optional but recommended step is applying lotion to the rest of your body, or at least the parts exposed to the elements. You may also opt to use toner before your moisturizer.

Find Solutions That Are Compatible With Your Skin Type

The next step is choosing which products to purchase. Every person’s body is different, and each body has different needs. Men, for example, have to deal with facial hair and shaving. Those in cold climates get dry skin quickly, while those in  humid places have to worry about their sunscreen lotion melting off their skin. 

A product’s chemistry is also an important thing to consider. Make sure that none of the products you use contain any alcohol, as this can cause the skin to dry. Some people have an adverse reaction to certain substances so you should be careful when trying new products and stop using them immediately if you experience anything unpleasant. Read the ingredients section of a skincare product label before you make a purchase, and never buy in bulk until you’ve determined that the product is completely safe for your skin.

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