Free Shipping in the Continental U.S.!

Can You Wash Your Face Too Much?

May 11, 2018

can-you-wash-your-face-too-much

There is such a thing as washing your face too much! When doing so, you should be careful you do not irritate your skin. Generally, you want to wash your face once or twice a day. Most people do it morning and night, but you should also do it after a workout when you worked up a sweat. To get the most out of your face-washing routine, you should use a high-quality facial care products, such as Matrixyl 3000 serum containing hyaluronic acid for oily skin.

The Best Way to Wash Skin

As part of your morning skincare routine and your beauty routine before bed, you should splash some warm water onto your face. You do not want the water to be too cold or too hot because either one will be overly abrasive.

You then need to apply a real facial cleanser. You do not want to use regular soap or body wash because these materials have a tendency to dry out skin too much. You also want to remove any makeup you have on before applying the cleanser.

One excellent product to use to clean your skin is the Matrixyl Synthe 6 serum. This product contains powerful anti-wrinkle ingredients that will provide your skin with hyaluronic acid and collagen. It uses less chemicals in its composition and focuses more on natural ingredients.

Regardless of the cleanser you acquire, you want to gently apply it to your skin. After application, rinse the cleanser completely off and pat dry. Make sure to pat because it will not irritate your skin as much. Rubbing encourages the formation of wrinkles.

Be Kind to Your Skin

If you are currently washing your face three or more times a day, then you need to cut back. Once you begin washing your skin the right way, you will soon see an improvement. Timeless Skin Care has a variety of products available, from creams to serums, to keep your skin looking rejuvenated.





Also in Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Difference Between Squalane and Squalene?
What is the Difference Between Squalane and Squalene?

May 11, 2018

The ingredients on the back of the label don’t have to feel like a chemistry exam. There’s only one letter difference between squalane and squalene, but there’s a world of difference between the two products. Pure squalane oil offers many benefits for your skin. Squalene is a product that will go rancid very quickly. Learn more about squalene and squalane.

Continue Reading

Is Salt Water Bad for My Skin?
Is Salt Water Bad for My Skin?

May 11, 2018

Many skin care products capitalize on sea salts and salt water for dry skin. If you’re hitting up the beach this summer, you should be aware of how salt water will affect your skin. Your summer skin routine can include many products that harness the benefits of salt and salt water. 

Continue Reading

How Do I Know if My Skin Is Hydrated?
How Do I Know if My Skin Is Hydrated?

May 11, 2018

Dry skin is your skin type. It’s when your skin inadequately produces natural oils. It is often confused with dehydrated skin, which is when the skin’s water content is depleted. If you have oily skin, you can still have dehydrated skin, because it is due to a lack of water, not oil. Signs of dry skin and dehydrated skin are similar. Dry skin is characterized more by being flaky, tight, and uncomfortable, while the signs  of dehydrated skin include: 

    Continue Reading