Best tips to achieve your skin goals this 2020

Working on your skin goals can turn into an overwhelming task, especially when you are planning on accomplishing them by the next lap around the sun. But before moving into how you can achieve your skin goals this 2020, it is necessary to acknowledge what skin goals signify for you.

We understand that it becomes challenging to set a skin goal after coming across such eye-catching pictures of celeb/influencers or skin gurus. But you know what’s even more difficult? It’s aiming to meet those mountains of unrealistic, hence unattainable skin goals. So, let’s strive for realistic and healthy skin goals this 2020 with these skin care tips. 

 

2020 REALISTIC AND ACHIEVABLE SKIN GOALS

 Best tips to achieve your skin goals this 2020

Skin goal #1: Determine your skin type

Simply pouncing onto skincare products that the celebrities endorse or your friends’ use, without knowing if it suits your skin is a huge blunder. There’s a high possibility that what works great for them, may cause havoc on your skin. Once you determine your skin type, picking up the right products for specific skin types would become a piece of cake.  

 

Skin goal #2: Consistent skincare regimen

A consistent skincare regimen will pace up the journey to achieve your skin goals. However, let’s be honest that you can’t witness results overnight. It is important to invest in those products which target your concerns for the best results. Hence, develop and customize a skincare regimen for your needs and make sure to follow it religiously.

 

Skin goal #3: Year-round sun protection

Believe it when the dermatologists say, “Sunscreen is crucial to protect your skin”. The UVA and UVB rays in sunlight obstruct how your skin grows, repairs and eventually appears. It destroys the connective tissues of your skin, which causes it to lose elasticity, thus leading to fine lines, wrinkles and sagging. Apart from that, protecting your skin from UV rays is the best way to prevent your skin from sun damage. Inculcate the habit of slathering a broad-spectrum sunscreen all year round to protect your skin.

 

Skin goal #4: Avoid unnecessary stress

Stress has a tendency to make your face lines more prominent, although not in a good way. Increase in stress leads to an increase in the cortisol in the body which causes skin dryness and fine lines. Long story short, it makes you appear older than you are. Apart from this, an increase in stress may also cause sudden appearance of acne, redness and inflammation. So try to avoid stressful situations and form a habit of meditation. 

 

Skin goal #5: Avoid heavy makeup

While makeup can make you look gorgeous, it can also damage your delicate skin. The preservatives, fragrances, allergens etc. present in your makeup products are the culprits behind the sudden appearance of breakouts or blotchiness. Apart from this, makeup tends to cover the pores of your skin. The more you apply, the harder it becomes for your skin to breathe. Hence, it is necessary to allow your skin to breathe by avoiding heavy makeup application.

 

Skin goal #6: Don’t crash diet 

The old saying “you are what you eat” not only applies to your body’s health but also your skin’s health. Your skin is one of the largest organs of the body that perform a lot of functions like regulating your body temperature, eliminating toxins etc. So if you are fixated on following an extreme diet plan, chances are that your skin is suffering the most. According to studies, a crash diet tends to make your skin appear loose and sagging. Hence, understand the importance of healthy food and inculcate meals that are enriched with proteins, vitamins, anti-oxidants to achieve glowing and soft skin

 

Skin goal #7: Remove makeup before sleeping

Have you ever committed the sin of crashing into your bed at night with makeup still on your face? If so, we hope you will stop committing this blunder after learning its harmful effects on your skin. When you sleep with a face full of foundation or primer, it gets mixed with any dirt or oil that has built up throughout the day. This leads to clogged pores; which makes your skin break out. However, not just that, the makeup settles into your creases and fine lines overnight, making your skin appear dull. It defeats the whole purpose of wearing makeup, doesn’t it?  So, don’t let laziness or ignorance hinder you from removing your makeup before sleeping. 

 

Skin goal #8: Sweat more, glow more

Did you know that working up a good sweat is equivalent to getting a mini-facial? Rewards of exercising your body and breaking out sweat extend beyond slimming or muscle building. Research suggests that exercise makes your skin produce more natural oils, helping it look healthy and nourished. Not just that, a good workout helps your body to stimulate the production of collagen, thus providing you with a firm and supple skin. So, what are you waiting for? Lace-up your sneakers and break some sweat!

 

2020 skin goal #9: Eight hours of beauty sleep

Taking proper sleep is one of the best things you can do for your skin. Your skin makes new collagen while healing itself from any damage due to pollution or harmful UVA/UVB rays. Not taking proper sleep can lead your skin to develop fine lines, dark circles, puffiness around your eyes etc. So, try to regulate your sleeping cycle and push your sleeping time to a minimum of 8 hours daily.

 

Skin goal #10:  Hydration is the key

Keeping yourself hydrated is a must if the quest to achieve your skin goals. Water is known to be the magic fluid that prolongs the youthful appearance of your skin. It maintains the optimal temperature of the body that helps to keep your skin moist and nourished. It also hydrates the tissues of your skin which delays any signs of ageing like wrinkles, fine lines etc. However, not just that, water flushes out any toxins produced while also carrying nutrients to the cells. Hence, make sure to consume at least 7 to 8 glasses of water each day.  

 

It is important to understand that taking baby steps while following these skin care tips will assist you to achieve your skin goals. But, let’s be honest, at the end of the day, it’s all about consistency, correct & complete knowledge, feeling happy and being confident in your skin. So, let’s thrive to be confident-selves this year – from your skin to your self-esteem.
 

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