Skin minimalism

Skin minimalism: all to know about this new trend that promises healthy skin in only a few steps.

Do you feel like your skin is overloaded? Our beauty routines have become so complex that we don’t even know whether they are beneficial. Has minimalist skincare come to stay?

Overloaded skin usually looks dull, redness can appear, it might feel dry and tight. That added to the well-known events of 2020, and these skin problems are likely to worsen. But, did you know that you could actually give your skin a break and make your skin healthy again?

Skinimalism

Skinimalism is a new trend that encourages us to get rid of expensive multi-step skincare routines and opt for the least amount of products. This is good for the environment –lest packing and carbon footprints– and it’s better for your skin too.

It isn’t so difficult to get the perfect skin: less is more. Experts have seen a growing number of people suffering from skin issues related to the products they have applied during the lockdown. It is mainly due to products used in high concentrations or combined with the wrong ingredients that can cause the skin to irritate.

Minimalism is a movement that seeks to reduce possession to the essential, try giving your skin a break with these tips! If you are still in doubt consult a specialist that can guide to and provide the right skincare routine for you.

How to follow a minimalist skincare routine?

1. Cleanser

You should use a cleaner every morning and before going to bed and wash your face afterward even if you haven’t applied makeup.

You should use a cleaner every morning and before going to bed and wash your face afterward even if you haven’t applied makeup. For dry or sensitive skins, a creamy cleanser is perfect, for oily skin, go for a foaming cleanser and for normal skin a gel cleanser will do. You don’t have to use a different one in the morning and night, find a cleanser that works for you and use only one.

2. Serum

A vitamin C serum is packed with antioxidants.

For a glowing complexion a vitamin C serum the right choice –it is an antioxidant, it helps remove dark spots and protects the skin against pollution.

3. Sunscreen

Always finish with SPF.

SPF should be the most important product if you are after anti-aging skincare: it helps prevent wrinkles and dark spots.

4. Night treatment

Retinoids

From 25 on you should consider a gentle retinoid night serum or cream. Retinoids boost the cells from the skin’s outer layer turnover, reduce the formation of blackheads and whiteheads and other acne lesions.

Tina Reese

Tina is an award-winning columnist and beauty editor. Passionate about all aspects of makeup and skincare, she spends her days trying out new launches and researching the ever-changing world of beauty trends. Follow Tina’s articles and you’ll always stay updated on who’s who and what’s what of the beauty industry.+ info

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