What every skincare routine needs

Great skin isn't just a question of genetics; your everyday habits significantly influence what you see in the mirror. However, there are a surprising number of viewpoints on everything from how to moisturize to how to protect oneself from UV radiation, depending on which product reviews you read or doctors you consult. Finally, skincare is a matter of personal preference.

Skincare routine

The purpose of any skincare routine is to fine-tune your complexion so that it functions optimally and solve or look for targeted areas you want to work on. Your skin's requirements change with age, so will your products. 

Main Steps of the skincare routine

1. Cleansing

Washing your face is the most necessary step in any practice. "Every day, our skin comes into contact with environmental toxins, grime, and other things that should be removed gently." To avoid clogged pores, dullness, and acne, wash twice a day, morning and night.

For this, the cleanser is what you'll use to wash your face, and you must choose a product designed just for your face, rather than whatever bar or body wash you have sitting around. You should wash your face lightly and avoid scrubbing too aggressively. Then, rinse with warm water because hot water eliminates natural oils and dehydrates your skin.

2. Toning 

Toning should be applied after cleansing and before applying anything else, usually done by soaking a cotton pad with toner and then swiping it across your face.

However, it appears that many people are still suspicious of toner. Let's take a look at this from several angles. The first is that cleaning does not permanently remove all makeup, grime, and oil. (This does not imply that your cleanser was ineffective.) Second, toner guarantees that your skin's pH balance has not been disturbed by tap water. Tap water might also leave an unwanted residue on the surface.

3.  Moisturizing

Every skincare routine should also contain moisturizing. It is the essential ingredient you'll ever need. When your skin is dry, it's much harder to keep it looking healthy and fresh. So, the body needs to have a constant supply of moisture to keep everything balanced. Moisturizing is about hydrating and softening the skin. And moisturizer is used for it, and its most fundamental function is to hydrate and soften the skin. Also, moisturizers help minimize water loss via the skin's outer layers, and they can also supplement the skin's naturally occurring protective oils and other building components, such as ceramides.

What else should you need?


Some moisturizers contain SPF, but it doesn't hurt to use sunscreen as well - especially if your moisturizer has an SPF of less than 30. You should be familiar with the following lines by now: Apply sunscreen every day or reapply two hours if you are exposed to sunlight, even if it's cloudy or cold outside, and even if you're dressed warmly and make sure your sunscreen shields you from both UVA and UVB radiation or otherwise you can consider that UV exposure is the leading cause of wrinkles, uneven skin tone, loss of firmness, and ageing symptoms.


Here's something you might not need or want to use every day. If you have dry skin, including dry skin caused by winter air, you can exfoliate more frequently, but only once or twice a week at most. Exfoliation can be done after cleansing but before applying moisturizer since it aids in the removal of flaky skin by promoting skin cell turnover. The benefits are actual – eliminating dead skin and buildup for smoother skin and clearer pores – but most doctors prefer chemical exfoliants over scrubs to safeguard your skin's protective barrier.

Eye Cream

Eye cream helps you fight the signs of ageing throughout the body, but it will be particularly effective against the area around the eyes. It will reduce dark circles, puffiness, and overall tiredness. 

So, you might want to try one if you have specific concerns like hyperpigmentation, dryness, or puffiness. The skin present around the eyes is thin and sensitive, making it more susceptible to irritating chemicals than in other places. Dark circles can be caused by prominent veins or actual discolouration, frequent in darker skin tones.


Not only do you deserve some time to pamper yourself, but it's also necessary to pay special care to your most troublesome skin disorders. Your mask is like that one-of-a-kind clothing item that helps you look and feel lovely. 

And, if you are looking for healthy and organic-based products to include in your skincare routine, then you can learn more about Health® and our products; visit here.

Products we offer for your skincare routine.

Daily Moisturizer

Health® Daily Moisturizer keeps your skin healthy and moisturized all day. This super moisturizer is wild-crafted with natural herbs and is rich enough for the driest skin, but it's whipped, so it sinks in fast and feels great. Glycerol, ginseng root extract, almond oil, and cucumber extract are four potent hydrators that synergize with antioxidants and aloe vera to enhance skin health.

Eye Cream

Health®  Eye Cream is a firming cream that tightens skin from the first use by stimulating collagen and elastin production. After just four weeks,* the sophisticated mixture of ingredients helps minimize and smooth the appearance of crow's feet, fine wrinkles, puffiness, inflammation, and dark circles for a fresh, noticeably well-rested face. 


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