This week we are continuing our healthy skin resolutions!
To recap from last week, with a new year comes new New Year’s resolutions. We hope your list isn’t too long because we want to share with you some healthy skin resolutions that we are hoping you’ll add to the list! Let’s set goals to improve ourselves and our skin. A lot of lists may include working out more and eating lots of salads, but we think there’s more to New Year’s resolutions. Now is also the time to make some healthy skin and beauty resolutions.
Even if you’re a true skincare connoisseur, it’s a good idea to take a look at your routine and see if there are any areas that need improvement. Because most likely, there are some. On the upside, you probably won’t need to make any drastic life changes. Also, you’re probably more likely to stick with your healthy skin resolutions because if you love skincare, sticking to them will not really seem like a chore.
Here are 6 more beauty resolutions you’ll definitely want to add to your 2019 list…
Moisturizer is amazing, but as dead skin cells build up, you need to remove them. This is why exfoliating is so important. The tools and products you use are completely your choice. However, if you regularly exfoliate as part of your skincare routine, your skin will thank you for it!
Stop Picking At Your Face
This is difficult but beneficial for your complexion. Make it a goal to stop no matter how tempting. That includes popping blackheads, pimples and scratching scabs. It’s important to remember that picking at your face will only create additional issues, like breaking out and scarring.
Correctly Store Your Products
Aside from organization or decorating, it’s also about maintaining the products you have. Many cosmetics can deteriorate if they’re exposed to light, humidity or extreme temperatures, so choose a location that will help preserve them and keep you organized.
Throw Away Expired Products
Just as you would sort your closet, prioritize the vanity in your bathroom too. Throw away any expired beauty products. If you don’t remember when you bought it, or if it has an odor or discoloration, toss it. It doesn’t matter how expensive it was, it needs to go!
Stop Switching Products All The Time
Find products that work and stick to them. When it comes to trying new beauty products, results never happen overnight. You might need to wait six weeks or more to notice any changes in your skin, so resolve to give new products time to work before moving on. The only exception is if you try something and it gives you a negative reaction.
Not only is this a great resolution for your overall health, it’s also important from a beauty perspective. Getting a full night of sleep doesn’t just prevent under-eye bags, it’s the time when your skin regenerates. Really want to maximize your beauty rest? Try an overnight beauty product.