It doesn’t matter what age you are; you’re never too young or too old to focus on your skincare routine and have a skin glow-up. IT doesn’t matter if you have always struggled with skincare or if you’ve had great skin up until recently. There are always options to make your skin healthier, clearer, and glowing. Some remedies are as simple as switching facial cleansers, while others involve seeing a doctor.
Here are three ways to have the skin glow-up you are looking for.
1. Choose showers.
While some may debate this, many professionals have suggested that baths are not the best option for your skin. While they may be relaxing mentally, they can cause skin problems. There may be several problems with taking baths. The most common is the products you use in the tub. While you may use the same or similar products in the shower, you are not sitting in them where there is an ongoing interaction between the products and your skin. There is also the possible interaction between your skin and the cleaners you use to clean your bathtub that may not have been thoroughly rinsed away when you filled the tub with water and got in it. Most people take warm or hot baths. Hot water softens the skin and opens the pores, so all of the chemicals in the water are welcomed into your pores, where problems can be caused.
Suppose you get a tub to shower conversion to create a shower space that is both relaxing and functional. Many showers aren’t comfortable because they are essentially a showerhead in a bathtub. Instead, you can remove the bathtub and remodel the whole area with tile, new showerheads, a glass door, some shelves for your shower products, and you’re ready to go. If you still want a luxury bathing experience, upgrade to a luxury shower head that will make you feel like you are showering under a waterfall or out in a field on a rainy day. You can also get multiple shower heads, so you don’t have to deal with having a cold side while you shower.
2. See a professional.
Depending on the skin conditions you are dealing with, you may need to see an aesthetic practice to be looked at and get professional advice. Drnowak.com provides a lot of information about various options and treatments that may help your condition. A doctor can examine your skin and get a history of your skin problems and care routine before providing a professional opinion regarding the problem you are experiencing and possible treatments.
3. Change up your routine.
If you have been following the same skincare routine for an extended period, try doing something different. If your routine worked for you in the past, you might have experienced changes that altered the way your skin is reacting to the routine. Choosing a different cleanser or moisturizer may provide the glow-up you are looking for. To decide what needs to be changed, take the time to consider what problems you are facing. Is your skin always dry? Are you experiencing more acne? Are you getting visible wrinkles? The changes you make in your skincare routine should directly respond to the problem you are experiencing.
You don’t need to resign yourself to having bad skin for the rest of your life. You can make changes, you can go to a doctor, and you can find a way to have the skin you’ve always wanted. Also, remember that no one is perfect, and many of the women who appear to have perfect skin are good at using make-up and filters.