How to Get Fresh Skin Care

Natural skin care offers an environmentally-friendly alternative that’s often more affordable than its alternatives.

Conventional skincare formulations contain preservatives to prevent bacteria from growing during production and consumer use, but these chemicals may disrupt your skin’s natural microbiome and cause more harm than good.

1. Cleanse

Cleansing should always be at the start of any skin care routine. We need to rid our skin of dirt, oil and makeup so it remains healthy. Cleansing also allows other products we use more easily penetrate into our pores without disrupting its barrier function and leading to dryness or irritation.

At any point during the day, our face becomes covered in bacteria, pollution, viruses, oils and old (dead) skin cells – these need to be cleansed off every day with an appropriate cleanser for your skin type that will effectively rid it of impurities without drying or irritating it further.

An effective gel cleanser for normal skin contains White Willow Bark Extract (another source of Salicylic Acid) to prevent breakouts while Sugar Cane Extract resurfaces and refreshes, leaving a healthy glow behind. Furthermore, this cleanser is free from preservatives, mineral oils, perfumes or dyes, so can easily be washed off using warm water before patting skin dry with soft cotton pads or muslin cloth.

2. Exfoliate

Apart from cleansing, exfoliation is one of the best things you can do for your skin. Exfoliation removes dead skin cells that build up over time, leaving your face looking dull and dry and potentially leading to breakouts. Exfoliating can either be done mechanically with a scrub or device or chemically with acids or enzymes which dissolve them without physically exfoliating them away.

At all times, it is crucial that you follow the directions on your product’s instructions for proper exfoliation. Exfoliating too often could irritate or damage your skin; to ensure optimal results it is recommended using an exfoliator specifically formulated for either dry or oily skin types and always use moisturizer afterwards – your new healthy skin deserves to be properly cared for!

Garshick suggests trying a DIY approach using oats if you are wary of trying chemical exfoliants or scrubs. Simply grate some oats into a powder form, mix with honey or coconut oil and create an exfoliator that will leave your skin soft and smooth.

3. Mask

Your skin care routine might include multiple serums, eye cream and SPF every day as well as cleansing twice. Masking helps these products penetrate more deeply into your skin to give maximum benefit to you.

If you suffer from breakouts or have oily skin, masks that absorb excess oils and unclog pores are ideal. Fresh offers several such purifying masks including their Black Tea Kombucha Exfoliating Mask and Clear Proof Clay Mask.

Masking provides a wonderful opportunity to indulge your skin. Mixing ingredients together, applying them and waiting can be very soothing, particularly with some music playing in the background. Masks come either in cream or sheet form, but we tend to prefer sheets due to their ease of application and budget-friendliness – they’re even perfect to keep in your travel bag when needing some pampering on the go!

4. Moisturize

Moisturizing is one of the key steps in maintaining healthy skin. Moisturization hydrates the outermost layer, prevents moisture loss and provides numerous other advantages.

Certain areas of your body – like ears and neck, face and chest – often shed skin cells more often than others. Moisturizers help these areas stay hydrated and resilient so younger cells can come to the surface more readily. Massaging moisturizer into skin also stimulates blood circulation while encouraging new cell development.

After cleansing and exfoliating, it’s essential to use moisturizing products immediately following. Furthermore, the order in which your skincare products should be applied is also key; lightweight watery products should go on first followed by serums and oils. All Fresh products are cruelty free as they don’t use parabens, MIT/MCI, formaldehyde donors or donors, BHA, phthalates silicone D4/D6 hydroquinone and triclosan in their production processes – along with many other banned ingredients that Fresh bans in production from production processes – something all Fresh products formulated without parabens/MIT/MCI formaldehyde donors/donors/MIT/MCI formaldehyde donors/ donors/formaldehyde donors etc formulated without parabens formulated without parabens/MIT/MCI, parabens/MCI formaldehyde donors etc etc etc and ban hundreds of ingredients used during production processes! All Fresh products are cruelty free as they produce cruelty free ingredients throughout production as well!

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