Glycolic or salicylic acid wipes, a lightweight moisturizer, and lip polish, are an easy and quick way to freshen your look before an unexpected meeting or get together with friends or that special someone
If you are going to attend a big event, the night before, exfoliate skin and use over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream in lieu of moisturizer and eye cream. It's an anti-inflammatory that takes care of any swelling, under eye bags, puffiness, and redness. Just don't abuse it, like anything used in extreme amounts, it has its side effects
If you rub your eyes like you are scrubbing a pot, your eyes will look black like a pot! When you're taking off eye makeup, gently wipe off mascara as if you're touching an egg
When your skin is ready for seriously creamy moisturizers, your lips will let you know. When your lips feel dry, it can be an indication that humidity has dropped, and it's time for more moisture.
Unknowingly we frown and scrunch our faces at night. These lead to lines and crows feet. Relaxing your facial muscles will reduce wrinkles. Before bedtime, do facial acupressure for a few minutes. Press above your inner eyebrows, temples, and next to your nostrils, for 10 seconds each
Only use luke warm water at the sink. Washing your face with hot water is harsh on your skin and could cause drying.
Our neck, chest, and hands typically age faster and are harder to improve than the face. We often forget to apply sunscreen in these areas even though they're exposed as much as the face. And don't forget to apply sunscreen when traveling, UVA goes thru airplane windows
Your diet has a huge impact on your skin. Avoid starchy vegetables and refined carbohydrates like white bread and rice and instead opt for foods high in omega 3's and fatty acids like avocados and salmon to help give you that youthful glow.
The next time you have a few free minutes, apply serum, an eye mask, teeth whitening strips, eyebrow gel, or your favorite Calayn product!
Hydrate your skin by drinking adequate amounts of water while also hydrating your skin from the outside in with serums, creams, and hydrating mists