November is National Healthy Skin Month in America. Your skin is the largest organ in your body, so it’s safe to say that skin care is essential for overall health and wellness. In honor of Healthy Skin Month, here are some skin care tips to keep your skin looking and feeling its best!
Start with the Basics
It may get overwhelming to start your skincare journey; just focus on the basics. The basic steps to a skincare routine are cleansing, toning, exfoliating, and moisturizing. The vital part of a successful regimen is consistency! Cleanse, tone, and moisturize twice a day (morning and before bed).
Exfoliation is important in order to keep your skin healthy and smooth to the touch. We need to buff away dead skin cells so that our skin can breathe and absorb the amazing benefits of our skincare products. Exfoliate two to three times a week after cleansing. You do not want to exfoliate every day because it can irritate your skin.
Protect your Skin
EVERYONE needs sunscreen. Our skin protects our other organs from harmful radiation. In order for that to be effective, we need to protect it from damaging rays with sunscreen. Lack of sun protection can also cause hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, and even skin cancer.
Did you know that your skin regenerates every 28 days? If you haven’t done the #28DaysofSkin Challenge yet, start now and see how your skin will transform when you practice a regular skincare routine. This challenge isn’t just for you this is a great opportunity to invite your customers to join this challenge, this is a great way for you to boost skincare sales. Re-connect with customers who have purchased skincare in the past, and create new relationships with clients to help them find a skincare routine to best fit their skin’s needs.
Bring us along on your journey! Document your progress and share it with your network and with us on social! This way we can cheer you on. Take a selfie every day of your 28-day journey and tag us on social. Use the hashtags #28DAYSOFSKIN and tag @Lumieredevie and @Motivescosmetics in all of your social posts.