Finished the holidays. The month of September is coming with great fanfare, which means it's time to make good resolutions and adopt a facial routine for black skin ! Here are 7 tips for finding glowing skin before the start of the school year.
Care routine for black skin: 7 tips to follow
No more short nights! After enjoying the summer holidays, it's time to get back into a good sleep rhythm. Sleeping little has consequences on the skin : dark or hollow circles , dull complexion , skin aging , etc. Before going to sleep, don't hesitate to step away from your phone. To be well rested, a minimum of 7 hours of sleep is required.
Clean your pillowcase
While we sleep, our skin secretes sebum, sweat and dead cells, which can accumulate on our pillowcase. A lack of hygiene causes blackheads or microcysts , hence the importance of washing them at least once a week.
Know your skin type
Before starting a skincare routine, it is essential to know your skin type in order to use the appropriate cosmetic products. To help you know yours, here are some of the main skin types and their particularities:
- Normal skin: normal skin has a balance between hydration and sebum production. It is supple, without major imperfections and has a smooth texture;
- Dry skin: Dry skin lacks moisture and can feel rough or coarse. It often has fine pores, a feeling of tightness after cleansing and may be prone to flaking or redness;
- Oily skin: Oily skin produces excessive amounts of sebum, making it shiny and prone to blemishes, like pimples and blackheads. Pores may be enlarged and skin may be thicker;
- Combination skin: Combination skin has both oily areas, generally in the T zone (forehead, nose, chin), and dry areas on the cheeks.
- Sensitive skin: Sensitive skin is reactive and prone to redness, itching or irritation in response to certain products or environments. It can be dry, oily or normal.
Also read: how to determine your skin type?
Remove makeup from your skin
Removing makeup every night is an important step in skin care. During the day, your skin is exposed to dirt, dust, air pollution and other unwanted particles. The makeup you wear can also trap these impurities on the surface of your skin. Makeup removal helps remove dead skin cells and stimulate natural cell renewal. It helps maintain younger, brighter and more radiant skin.
Micelliance micellar water gently removes makeup, even on the eyes and frees the skin of its impurities.
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Clean your face
Cleansing is an essential step to eliminate impurities and reduce excess sebum. In general, black, mixed and dark skin have combination to oily skin . Cleanactyl cleansing gel is designed to treat imperfections related to this skin type. It gently cleanses the skin of its impurities, eliminates excess sebum and reveals the radiance of the complexion.
Exfoliate your skin
Our skin is constantly renewing itself, and dead cells accumulate on the surface of the skin. These dead cells can make the skin appear dull and clog pores, leading to the appearance of pimples and blackheads. The exfoliation helps eliminate these dead cells, improves the texture of the skin, and makes it brighter.
Exfoclear exfoliating gel exfoliates the skin, removes dead cells and stimulates cell renewal.
Treat your imperfections with appropriate care
If you have oily, acne-prone skin, you should use a treatment that regulates sebum production and reduces spots. The intense Act-5 treatment restores the skin barrier, prevents bacterial proliferation, smoothes the skin texture, preserves the quality of sebum and reduces pigment spots due to imperfections.
You now hold all the cards to glow up at the start of the school year!