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There is a way to bring your skin to its best condition without making major changes to your usual skincare routine. A dermatologist reveals some tips on how to take your skincare routine one step further toward more beautiful skin.

 

Four tips to get closer to beautiful skin

 

When you want to improve the condition of your skin, there are many options for the next step. Whether it's trying a new skincare regimen or facial device, changing your diet, or adopting a habit that you know is good for your skin, the road to beautiful skin gets more and more complicated.

 

But according to skin care professionals, there is a simpler, more sensible way to take care of your skin that is one step ahead. The way to do this is to upgrade the basics of skin care: cleansing, moisturizing, and UV protection. What is the professional's recommendation for advanced skincare?

 

Use a different cleanser in the morning and at night

 

There is a hint for upgrading your skincare routine, even when it comes to washing your face, which is a regular morning and evening routine. Use a different cleanser in the morning and at night.

 

There are people who aim to remove their face thoroughly at night, but only wash their face with water in the morning. The role of the same face wash in the morning and night is very different. Dr. Peterson Pierre, a dermatologist, explained in Sunday Edit, "If you use the same cleanser in the morning as you do at night, you may strip your skin of the oil and moisture it needs. Since the skin needs different care in the morning and at night, when choosing a cleanser, it is best to focus on moisture in the morning and cleansing power in the evening.

 

The next step in moisturizing is to care for the eye area.

 

Adequate moisturizing is the key to beautiful skin, but if you want to upgrade your moisturizing routine, you can try eye creams that are specially designed for the eye area. Dr. Gretchen Freeling, a dermatopathologist, explains that the skin around the eyes is more sensitive than other parts of the body, so it is more prone to spots and wrinkles even when it is well moisturized. Although people tend to take care of their eyes only after they start to worry about it, considering it as a step up from moisturizing is really a step forward in skin care.

 

According to Dr. Freeling, after applying eye cream, he recommends using a tool such as a jade roller and gently massaging the area to ensure that the cream is well absorbed.

 

Use vitamin C as a backup for UV care

 

It is possible to upgrade your daily UV protection by adding one more step. Some people may think that they are always wearing sunscreen, but there is a little pitfall in that.

 

It may come as a surprise to you, but Dr. Pierre said that sunscreen alone is not enough to completely protect you from the sun, and advised applying a vitamin C serum before applying sunscreen as a way to further block UV rays. The antioxidant properties of vitamin C can protect the skin and reduce the damage caused by UV rays.

 

How to upgrade your skin check

 

In addition to skincare, I would like to recommend upgrading your skin check-up as a way to make your skin beautiful for zero yen. I'm sure you check your skin in the mirror every day, but you can get closer to beautiful skin by keeping a record of it. Dr. Muraz Robinson, a dermatologist, recommends that you keep a regular record of changes in your skin, such as where you have acne, spots, freckles, and so on.

 

By doing so, you will be able to notice skin trends and problems earlier, such as acne in the same place every time, or dark spots that used to be light but are now getting darker, so you can start taking care of them before it's too late. Dr. Robinson says that it is important to keep a record of your skin at least once a month so that you can keep your own personal chart.

 

Tips from dermatologists on how to get your skin in tip-top shape. It's a good idea to start with what you can do to take care of your skin.

How to start a "one-step skin care" program

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