CHOOSING THE RIGHT SKINCARE: PART TWO

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CHOOSING THE RIGHT SKINCARE: PART TWO

if you havent read part one of this guide, read it first:
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there are so many expensive beauty products out there that all claim they will drastically improve your skin. it can often be hard to choose the right one for you so here are a few simple tips to better skin... and the good news is you dont need to spend a fortune to look fantastic. part two of 'choosing the right skin care' will explain step two and three of your daily routine: toning and moisturising (we have already discussed cleansing it part one).

TONING:




using a toner is an especially effective part of skincare and also the least understood element. after cleansing the skin, the toner offers aditional deep cleansing of the pores. it serves to hydrate, revitalise, soothe and balence the pH of the skin. it literally relaxes and tones the pores preparing them to more effectively recieve the benefits of your moisturiser.

toner can be used throughout the day for a refreshing treat for your skin. toners are often made of pure organic hydrosols- also known as floral water. when models are on assignment they usually spray their faces many times throughout the day with floral water to keep their skin looking young, beautiful and non-oily looking. toner is also an effective fixative for make-up.


. ..how to use a toner:

what alot of people actually dont know is that you should use a toner differently according to your skin type. here i will explain how each skin type should be using their toners:

OILY SKIN, ACNE, OR IF YOU WEAR MAKE-UP:
mist face lightly and soak an organic cotton pad with toner. clean your skin gently one section at a time. start with your forehead and continue changing cotton pads as you go. check the cotton pad and discard when it shows discolouration. mist on face once more to recieve the moisturising benefits of the toner. now you have clean, hydrated skin.

NORMAL SKIN, SENSITIVE SKIN, OR ROSACEA:
if you do not wear make-up, you do not need to 'rub' your skin with the cotton pad, as this may further irritate your skin. simply mist toner on your skin and pat dry witha towel.

COMBINATION SKIN, OR DRY SKIN:
you may want to use the cotton pad primarily for problem areas that are oily or have a tendancy toward breakouts. dry areas will benefit most from simply misting and applying moisturising lotion while skin is still moist with toner. this technique is especially beneficial in dry wonter climates.

NOTE: IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE COTTON PADS ARE MADE FROM ORGANIC COTTON. BY USING NORMAL COTTON PADS YOU WILL BE RUBBING HARMFUL SYNTHETIC CHEMICALS INTO YOUR PORES.


MOISTURISING:



finding a moisturiser that is perfect for your skin and leaves it feeling gorgeous and soft but not oily, is a hard task. so here, ill give you a few tips to make that task a little easier. then, once you have found the perfect moisturiser, remember to apply it in the correct way, otherwise you wont be making the most of it.

...chooing a moisturiser:





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