The fridge is your best friend
Skincare products such as moisturizer and eye creams are used to hydrate the skin and help deflate puffy areas — applying cold products helps maximize their effectiveness, so store your creams in the fridge.
Don’t touch your face
Your hands collect germs throughout the day and these can be transferred directly onto your face resulting in breakouts.
Use sunscreen daily
It’s so important to use high SPF sunscreen on a daily basis to avoid sun damage and keep wrinkles at bay. My favorite is Selvert Thermal Protector Barrier 50+ Gel Cream.
Never sleep with make-up
Sleeping with your make-up on is a guaranteed way to clog pores and bring on breakouts. A nightly skincare routine is imperative to keep your skin clear.
Drink enough water
Drinking enough water is important for your skin, hair and overall health — drink at least 8-10 glasses a day.
Keep your skin hydrated
When your skin is dehydrated it creates excess oil, which can lead to breakouts and irritation. Use moisturizer daily, introduce sheet masks into your skincare routine and follow up with regular facials.