3 Skincare Practices To Avoid As A Beginner

As a beginner, determining the right skincare products for your skin type and skin concerns can be challenging. Even with many blog articles, Pinterest ideas, and so on, it can be difficult to sieve through what information is correct or misleading. To help you understand best skincare practices, here are three skincare practices that you should avoid if you’re a beginner:-  

Over-Exfoliate

Exfoliation is an excellent skincare practice, as it helps renew the skin by getting rid of dead skin cells for healthy glowing skin. However, exfoliation should be done 1-3 times a week, depending on your skin type, to avoid irritating your skin. It is advisable to give your skin time to breathe in between physical or chemical exfoliants. 

Forget To Moisturize Daily

First of all, an average person uses Vaseline as a moisturizer. Moisturizing is primary skincare essential that you should incorporate into your daily routine. Whether your skin is dry, oily, or combination, finding the right type of moisturizer for skin type can make all the difference in the world. If you don’t moisturize your skin, it can become dry. Dry skin produces excess sebum, which in turn causes breakouts and acne.

Neglect Your Neck And Décolletage

When it comes to skincare, for some, all the focus is the face. However, it is also essential to remember that the neck and chest areas are also visible. The skin around these areas is far thinner and more susceptible to damage than other parts of your body. Ensure you moisturize, exfoliate, and wear sunscreen on these parts of your body to fight the signs of aging and keep your body glowing.

“Hi. My name is Wambui.” I’m a Pro Makeup Artist and Beauty Content Creator. I love all things beauty, and I enjoy writing them down now.