15 ideal steps to skin care that will change your appearance

15 Glamour Editors on the Skin-Care Tips That Changed Their Complexion
15 Glamour Editors on the Skin-Care Tips That Changed Their Complexion
No matter where you're looking, there are thousands of skin care tips. If you're lucky and find a product that works, you'll feel like you're finally controlling the fate of your skin. But it's the rare discovery that makes a difference, and any dermatologist will jump to explain that, more often than not, you need to visit your doctor's office to find life-change results - and it's not always a possibility if you don't have the time or money to spend it. Add to all the misinformation on the Internet, and browse your way to clearer and healthier skin that can look like a field.

15: Exfoliate less :

The best advice I've ever received is "Go easily peel the skin." I used to use a face peeler every day, assuming that my skin would break out because I wasn't rubbing all the granules and dirt. But as soon as someone suggested that I peel only a few times a week, alternating with a nice face wash, it was a complete revelation. —Melissa Hani, Director of Digital Analytics.

14: But still make sure you're regularly removing dead skin :

The most important thing to every professional tells me is that taking care of your skin can't be effective if you always put it on a layer of dead skin. That's why peeling several times a week is the key. The manufacture of p50 1970, done by Biologique Recherche, makes all the difference to me. Facial therapist Laurie Hollingworth swears on moisturizing and exfoliating properties that rebalance your skin. This way every other product or treatment you do will then be properly absorbed. This is very important to me, and I feel like people are close to your skin. It also helps because I travel a lot, I don't get enough sleep, etc., so it helps reset my skin when I can't. —Jessica Radlov, West Coast Editor

13: Resist the urge to try every new thing :

When I started in the industry, I was feeling bright eyes, a thick tail, and excited about all the skin care products at my disposal. I tested them all the time - and that was a bad move. On social media, there is a growing obsession with skincare across the board, with plenty of jam-filled shelves in our feeds. No matter how interesting the new launches are, it's important to know what suits you and stick to it. Resist throwing surprises at your skin. Identify your specific problems i.e. dehydration, acne, and discoloration, And make a brief range of products that will target those concerns. There's nothing wrong with testing a new mask or a new peeler on Sunday, but don't fall prey to the endless commodity of new things you can try. —Erin Parker, Business Writer.

12: Educate yourself on key ingredients and what they do :

It's not technical advice given to me by someone else, but reading the posters changed everything for me. It sounds simple, but I used to get rid of anything in a nice bottle or with an annoying name and wondered why my skin was always dry and dull, despite the accessibility of great products. It turns out, I wasn't paying zero attention to what was actually anything. Now I read every poster, and if I don't recognize a component, I either use it or ask about the skin. Knowledge is a good force for the skin! —Perry Samutin, Digital Manager.

11: Follow the instructions on your products :

It sounds pretty obvious, but it's worth repeating: read the instructions. This little handbook of information that comes with your next skincare purchase? Select a point to dipping completely before throwing it in the trash - especially if what you buy contains any active ingredients such as glycolic acids or lactic acid, salicylic acids, lactic acids, lactic acids lactoric acid, or retinol. Many of these ingredients have a specific time to use (often only at night) or how much time to keep on your skin. It would have provided me with countless breakthroughs and friction points if I had learned it sooner. —Briona Gimerson, Co-Director of Social Media

10: Single ingredients are sometimes just as powerful as complicated formulas :

My family is really in the strength of honey healing (a large proportion of them live in Vermont and beekeeping). When I grew up, I always put raw honey on cuts and scratches and drank it in tea to soothe a sore throat. When I started starting to break out as a teenager, my grandmother asked me to use honey as a face mask. To this day, I will paint my face with it at the first sign of penetration. Honey is a powerful antibacterial, so it resists acne, but it is also moisturizing, so it keeps your skin hydrated rather than stripped. A dream come true for a girl exposed to acne with sensitive skin like me. -—Bella Cacciatore, beauty associate

9: Drinking more water isn't total B.S :

I have forever heard that the secret of good skin is drinking a lot of water. It wasn't until I went through a breakup and made it my task to distract me to refill my water bottle six times a day at least I realized it wasn't a complete scam. Suddenly people were commenting on how my skin looked glowing. I don't know if it's water or all the ice cream I've been eating (well, maybe not), but I highly recommend it. —Sarah Olin, Design Manager


8: There's a difference between dry skin and dehydrated skin :

One of the most shocking discoveries I've learned from the dermis is that my cheeks and cheeks in the Sahara were not really the result of having the skin composition as I thought. Really, I had a greasy, dehydrated skin. The difference between dry and dried skin is that if you are dry, you have fewer oil-producing glands in your body. But if you suffer from dehydration - any kind of skin can be so - it means that your skin lacks water, not oil. Just as the term suggests, dehydration can be caused by a number of things: weather, environment, and the amount of water versus caffeine you drink, all of which can deplete the water level in your skin. Therefore, while dry skin is usually tight and tight, dried skin tends to be more red, congested, and inflamed. As soon as I learned of this, I stopped using heavy moisturizers (which were exacerbating penetration) and began to drink more water and use hyaluronic acid serums. This has made the biggest difference in my skin, but the air humidifier helps at night in winter as well. —Lindsey Shalon, Senior Beauty Editor

7: Don't hold yourself to what's "supposed" to work if it isn't :

When you have eczema, a lot of doctors and doctors may tell you to put heavy steroid creams on your skin And that's normal., but I found that while this works for some people just, it certainly Especially when I have a bad patch on the thin skin area around my eyes, that's too much.After doing some online digging, I found a moisturizing ink (I swear by Dr. Jart + Ceramidin) that doesn't choke my skin as a topical treatment. —Shana Schein, Trade Editor

6: Think of your routine as calculated trial and error :

The best skin care advice is to treat yourself like a scientific experiment. Skin care is very personal - something may not suit you for your friend or mother. Advice? Start with the basics (retinol, vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, etc.) and notice how your skin reacts to it one by one. Try to get rid of as many variables as possible until you know why any changes occur. It may take some time, but you can't discover the perfect skincare routine without doing some experiments. —Madeleine Hirsch, Senior Social Media Manager

5: The skin on your body deserves the same attention as your face :

It's as basic as you can get, but I'm very impressed with using a peeling sponge in the bathroom. It makes a big difference - when I'm out of a sponge or simply too lazy to put a new one in the bathroom, I always suffer the consequences. So I pick up a cheap package whenever I come to the pharmacy and replace it a lot. - Anna Musallien, Senior Editor

4: Wash your face at night—seriously :

I wasn't always great about taking off my foundation at the end of the day, and I was going to get to the makeup wipe as a last resort. But my skin is very sensitive, and I always felt that something in the napkins made my eyes swollen. (And don't ask about my skin if I forget to use one.) I eventually found the solution while I was studying abroad in Paris and my best friend introduced me to the local cosmetics in pharmacies that she was obsessed with. I was skeptical at first, but she turned me into bioderma micellar water, and I've been using it ever since. It's just as easy to use scan, But it's very nice and there's no problem with my skin. In addition, he takes every ounce of my makeup in an instant. —Samantha Leach, Assistant Culture Editor

3: When all else fails, go pro :

One word: Accutane. After 10 years of struggling with acne, my dermatologist worked a last resort on miracles. My skin went from to a model in three months. Full detection: It's an intensive drug and not for everyone - you have to ask your dermatologist to prescribe it for you, do monthly blood work, and take an online test every month before refilling the prescription. But the result I got on my skin was generally amazing and worth the trouble. I had no side effects, except my lips which were cracked and dried in a form to Incredible, a minor flaw handled by Beers Biz. Texture, pigmentation, glow, change everything. - Alex Besoro, Communications Assistant.

2: Sunscreen really is the best antiager:

Apply sunscreen every second of every day, except when you're asleep. I used to spend the bank on serums but avoid the only product that protects against wrinkles and skin cancer. Why? Because sunscreen! Don't feel or smell luxurious. Pills under make-up. I spent years trying to overcome the real acne of the enemy, so how can I justify putting grease on my face?. You just need to find the sunscreen that suits you best. Missha's All Around Safe Block Essence Sun Milk drowns in my skin and leaves no trace. Find the right sunscreen for you, end your shame, and go back to spending a lot of money on serums.


1:Make your pillowcase do more for you:

Changing sheets and pillowcases is often important for obvious hygiene reasons, but switching to silk pillowcases has changed my skin and hair in a way I couldn't imagine. I have a routine at night, but I always felt that my night oils and creams rubbed on my pillow at some point. With my silk pads, my face doesn't stick to the pillow at all, and I still feel some moisturizing products in the morning. I would definitely recommend looking at these options. —Khalha Hawkins, Producer