Top 10 golden rules for skin care routines

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Make skin care a priority with these tips

With all the skin care products lining store shelves, available online or offered from direct sellers, you may be wondering what’s really important for maintaining healthy looking skin.

In reality, skin care goes beyond having the right products in your cabinet. Your skin’s healthy look and feel depends on a holistic approach that nourishes your skin on the inside and out. Let’s take a look at the top ten golden rules for your skin care routine.

1. Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen (Did we mention sunscreen?)

Don’t let the sun’s rays give you extra fine lines and wrinkles. Protect your skin from UVB/UVA exposure by limiting exposure and wearing protective clothing and sunscreen every day.

Start before you even walk out the door by choosing moisturizers, primers or foundations that include sunscreen. Artistry Skin Nutrition™ Balancing, Hydrating and Renewing day lotions as well as the Renewing Reactivation Day Cream all include broad spectrum SPF 30 protection.

If you prefer a standalone SPF product, consider Artistry Ideal Radiance™ UV Protect with broad spectrum SPF 50 protection, which can be layered on top of your SPF day creams.

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2. Get your beauty sleep

There is a reason it’s called beauty sleep. Lack of sleep leads to skin that looks dull and tired. Why? During deep sleep, your body enters repair mode, regenerating skin cells.

Plus, your body produces more collagen as you sleep, which is essential for healthy skin. Dermatologists say getting fewer than 6 hours of shut-eye each night could mean you are carrying around more fine lines, dark circles and puffiness than you would if you were getting enough sleep.

Skimping on sleep also raises cortisol levels and can lead to skin irritation and acne. Getting 7-9 hours of sleep a night allows your body time to repair damage and support youthful looking skin. So take steps to ensure you get a good night’s sleep, like creating a nighttime routine, paying attention to caffeine intake and ensuring you have an ideal sleep environment.

3. Drink up: Your skin is thirsty

Getting adequate water is important for overall health—and that includes your skin. It helps keep your skin plump and hydrated and helps maintain skin elasticity, which reduces the look of pores. If you don’t get enough, your skin can turn dry, tight and flaky—and more prone to wrinkles.

Keep yours looking supple and fresh by drinking at least eight 8-ounce glasses daily. Is that something that you find challenging? There are plenty of strategies to make getting your daily water intake easier, including splurging on a cute new water bottle or using mix-ins to add flavor.

4. Eating healthy is great skin care

Give your skin a good foundation by eating a balanced diet with skin-supporting macro- and micronutrients.

Foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins and good-for-you fats help your skin look its best. And antioxidants and essential vitamins and minerals from plant nutrients benefit your skin by combating free radicals.

Collagen consumption can also support skin health and elasticity. Get it through foods, such as bone broths, citrus fruits and shellfish.

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5. Take supplements

In addition to drinking plenty of water and eating a healthy diet, you can support your skin’s health with supplements to fill any nutritional gaps. Vitamins C, D, E and K, omega 3 fatty acids and the minerals zinc and selenium all help support healthy skin.

We talked about getting collagen through foods, but it also comes in supplement form. Nutrilite™ Hair, Skin and Nail Health has biotin, collagen and other nutrients to promote strong, flexible nails, healthy hair and smooth, elastic skin.†

Collagen also comes in liquid form, such as the n* by Nutrilite™ Collagen Shot. It features a blend of collagen, hyaluronic acid and acerola cherry to help support skin from the inside out.†

6. Don’t pick

Picking at blemishes can lead to permanent scarring. Leave blemishes be – they’ll heal better and you’ll have fewer unwanted marks later.

Plus, the simple act of touching your face can transfer anything that’s on your hands, like dirt, oil or bacteria, to your skin. No one wants that.

7. Exfoliate regularly

Regular exfoliation removes dead skin-cell buildup, reduces the appearance of pores and reveals fresh, new skin. It can also help prevent clogged pores and breakouts.

When you exfoliate, your skin looks smoother, behaves better and makeup goes on more easily, so make sure to do it at least once a week. You can use a stand-alone exfoliation product, like Artistry Signature Select™ Polishing Mask for your face and Artistry Signature Select Polishing Body Scrub for the rest of your skin.

You can also use a combination product. Artistry Studio™ Glow Boss Cleanser + Exfoliator is a go-to daily facial cleanser and exfoliator in one. It exfoliates as it cleans to sweep away impurities and build-up, reviving your skin’s healthy looking glow while leaving it feeling soft and smooth.

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8. Cleanse your face morning and night

Speaking of cleansing, make it a twice-a-day ritual. Few of us are likely reluctant to wash our face in the mornings as part of our regular routine, but nighttime can be a different matter. Sometimes the days are so long and the nights seem so short you just want to crawl in bed, makeup and all.

But no matter how exhausted you are, do your face a favor by washing up before bed. Leaving on makeup can clog pores, irritate skin and generate unwanted bacteria on your pillow, among other negative effects.

9. Moisturize – and then some

Dry air from heating and cooling, the sun’s powerful rays and the wild winter winds – no matter what season it is, your skin is losing moisture. Help your skin stay supple year-round by moisturizing as part of your morning and evening skin care routines.

And that includes people with oily skin. Lightweight moisturizers are the key to all-day hydration that doesn’t leave your face with a telltale oily shine. A gel formula like Artistry Skin Nutrition Balancing Matte Gel Lotion provides 24 hours of weightless matte hydration and leaves skin with a fresh, cool feeling.

You can also alternate between richer, creamier moisturizers in the cooler months and thinner, more lightweight and dewy moisturizers in the warmer months.

10. Manage stress

Managing your stress can do more than clear your mind, it can help clear your skin, too. Stress can trigger skin sensitivity, irritation, acne and other skin problems that cause an imbalance.

When you’re stressed, your brain releases cortisol, which in turn increases oil production in the glands and leads to breakouts. (Skimping on sleep also raises cortisol levels as well as adds to your stress – it’s a vicious circle!)

Make sure you practice some stress management strategies—for your skin’s sake.

Ready to get started?

These rules will get you started on your skin care journey. For additional guidance, download the Artistry Virtual Beauty App on your iOS® or Android® device. It allows you to analyze your skin health, identify your top skin concerns and helps you create a personalized skin care routine.

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