DAILY, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY SKINCARE TREATMENTS
It is important to remember that everyone has different skin care needs and that specific treatments and products may vary depending on skin type and individual concerns. That being said, below are some general guidelines for daily, weekly, and monthly skin care treatments:
- Cleansing: Cleanse your skin twice a day, in the morning and at night, using a gentle cleanser appropriate for your skin type.
- Toner: Apply a facial toner after cleansing to balance the skin's pH and help prepare it for subsequent products.
- Eye contour: Use a specific product for the eye contour to hydrate and treat this delicate area of skin.
- Serum: Apply a facial serum with specific active ingredients to address your individual concerns, such as hydration, radiance, wrinkles or spots.
- Moisturizer: Use a moisturizer suitable for your skin type to keep it soft, hydrated and protected.
- Sunscreen: Apply a sunscreen with an adequate sun protection factor (SPF) every day, even on cloudy days, to protect your skin from UVA and UVB rays.
- Exfoliation: Exfoliate your skin once a week to remove dead cells and promote cell renewal. You can choose between physical exfoliants (such as those containing soft particles or brushes) or chemical exfoliants (containing gentle acids such as glycolic or salicylic acid). Make sure not to over-exfoliate as this could irritate your skin.
- Masks: Apply a facial mask once a week to address specific skin concerns, such as hydration, radiance, purification, or calming. Choose a mask suitable for your skin type and follow the application time instructions.
- Professional treatments: Consider going to a beauty center or office for more intensive facial treatments once a month. These may include microdermabrasion, chemical peels, oxygenating treatments, or other specialized treatments. It is important that these procedures are performed by trained professionals who understand the specific needs of your skin.
Remember that it is always advisable to consult with a dermatologist or professional esthetician to obtain a personalized evaluation of your skin and receive specific recommendations for your case.