You Don’t Wear Sunscreen Daily
Yes there are benefits to soaking up the sun, like getting the vitamin D our body needs, but that isn’t without some downsides. The sun’s harmful rays plays a huge role in aging the skin and causing wrinkles. Sunscreen is therefore necessary whenever you head out. You can apply sunscreen before or after your moisturizer, then apply your foundation. If you often forget, try using a foundation or a primer that has added sun protection. SPF 15 is usually standard, although depending on your skin concerns, you may have to go higher.
You Don’t Use A Separate Towel
Since towels are often damp, they’re a haven for bacteria, bacteria that can eventually make it onto your face. Using the same towel for your face that you use on your body is a recipe for breakouts. Always use a separate towel for your face and body. A hand towel usually gets the job done, so you won’t need an extra bath towel.
You’re Not Applying Your Skincare Products Properly
Depending on how you apply your skincare products, you could be putting additional stress on your skin. Wiping and pulling on your skin when applying beauty creams, stretches the skin which can lead to sagging and wrinkles. When applying products it’s best to warm products by rubbing the cream between the palm of your hands, then pat the product onto your face. This ensures the product will actually be absorbed and the skin doesn’t get pulled.
You Don’t Remove Your Makeup
You Drink Little to No Water
I’m sure you’ve heard this a 1000 times but beautiful skin does start from within. There is no cream on earth that can repair skin that isn’t properly hydrated. Try to drink at least eight 8oz glasses of water daily. For those who aren’t a huge fan of water, consider getting an infuser and checking out some flavored water recipes online.
You Do Not Wash Your Makeup Tools