ASEA Reviews Basic Skin Care Routines Everyone Should Know

Your skin is your body’s biggest organ — so it should get a lot of attention! Most people think they’ve done enough if they are able to check face wash off their grocery list. If you aren’t sure how to care for your skin properly, we’ve compiled a list of the essentials when it comes to keeping your skin clean and healthy. Simply follow this basic skin care routine for clean, healthy skin as well as to help prevent acne and even rejuvenate your skin from scars.

Facewash

A basic cleanser is a fundamental step in any skincare routine. It helps to remove most of the daily grime that accumulates during the day, such as dirt, bacteria, oil, dead skin cells, air pollutants, and more. Don’t ever go to sleep without washing your face! (Repeat after me: I will wash off my mascara every night.) If you don’t wash up before bed, the makeup and grime from the day sit in your pores overnight and makes you much more likely to get acne.

Moisturizer

Moisturizers are essential to keep your skin healthy. The moisture in your skin helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles, especially if you live in a dry climate. Hydrated skin is also more resilient to healing from scratches and other injuries, so a good moisturizer is essential. If the one you’re currently using makes your face feel greasy, switch brands immediately, as you could be doing more harm than good.

Sunscreen

Did you know that 20 percent of Americans will develop skin cancer at some point during their lives? Without sunscreen, you’re putting yourself more at risk of developing skin cancer. Besides skin cancer, exposure to the sun causes dark spots, premature aging, and increases wrinkles. For all those reasons and more, you have every reason to make sure sunscreen is part of your skincare routine. Start with an unscented 15 SPF or increase the SPF amount if you burn more easily. Some products even combine sunscreen with other products like moisturizer or lip balm, making it easy to keep your skin protected and youthful.

Exfoliator

Exfoliating creams are vital to skincare routines, but they can be tricky to use. Using them too often will dry out your skin, and not using them frequently enough lets grime build up and can cause acne. Both extremes can cause damage to your skin, so find the right balance that works for you. A good rule of thumb is to start with once a week, and if your face still tends to get blackheads, you can use it more often. Once you’ve incorporated an exfoliating cream into your routine on a regular basis, you can use it more effectively for clear skin.

Revitalizer

Even if you follow all of the above steps, you’ll still get fine lines, dark spots, and sagging skin. It’s just part of the body’s response to age and harsh environmental factors. But there’s a way you can turn back the clock. Using a revitalizer like ASEA RENU 28, makes skin not just look healthier, but actually be healthier. RENU 28 utilizes breakthrough technology that mimics your body’s own redox chemicals, which stimulate the growth of new, healthy cells. And the best part? ASEA RENU 28 isn’t just for your face. Use it anywhere on your skin to improve skin tone, reduce wrinkles and scars, and increase hydration. Using a revitalizer is a critical part of any complete skin care routine that creates healthy skin at the cellular level.

By creating a basic skin care routine that incorporates all of these steps, you’re saving yourself years of aging. Your skin will be free from acne, which means less scarring and fewer fine lines. Additionally, a skin care routine like this ensures that your skin doesn’t just look healthy — it is healthy.

To learn more about how to create healthier skin from the inside out, visit ASEA Global’s website today!