How would you describe you fine lines and/or wrinkles?
Are you experiences and discolorations?
And how about firmness? Would you say it’s firm, or showing a little sagging?
And how would you describe your complexion?
Are there signs of aging you’d like to kill…I mean put a hit on..I’m sorry let’s just say—focus on?
Are you providing the necessary care that your skin needs? No. So you’re committing a crime against your skin everyday? You’ve just decided to let it go? You’re responsible for it’s heath and welfare! It’s out there, every day, unprotected!
Okay, I’m going to have to read you your Cutaneous Rights!
- You have the right to a AM/PM moisturizer.
During the day, skin is subject to damaging UV rays, pollution, environmental stresses, and makeup, so creams designed for use during the day are primarily focused on protection and support. They contain SPF to prevent burning and photoaging, antioxidants to fight free radicals, and ingredients like caffeine to make skin look energized and firm.
Nighttime is when skin does its heavy lifting. Like the rest of the body, skin does the bulk of its repairing, restoring, and regenerating while we sleep, so night creams are focused on moisture and recovery.
- You have the right to a daily facial cleanser. The wrong cleanser, can be used against you.
With so many sophisticated, gentle cleansers that won’t strip the skin, using the right one allows moisturizing and anti-aging products to absorb more effectively.
So make sure you pick one suited for your skin type.
- You have the right to an eye treatment.
The skin around your eye is the thinnest layer of skin on your entire body, and therefore the most sensitive. So using a cream made specifically for your eyes is crucial, especially as you age.
- You most definitely have the right to a anti-aging treatment, and SPF face and lip protection, and if you do not have any of these I can appoint one for you. Yes, I said lips. they’re part of your face. Right? They need a little exfoliation, and moisturizing too.
Do you understand these right as I have explained them to you? If not it’s okay. Skin care be very overwhelming. No, it’s not against the law if you don’t have a regular regimen, but I’d suggest looking into some options. If it’s confusing, ask someone who know. It doesn’t have to be me, but make sure they’re giving you correct information instead of just trying to sell you product. The wrong skin care regiment can cause even more harm than non at all.
So when considering your product, take your time. Do your homework, and ask questions. Or you could end up committing a serious felony against you skin.
Be safe out there.