The perfect routine for your skin

by Maybeez on Mar 05, 2022

La rutina perfecta para tu piel

The perfect routine for your skin

Do you have oily skin and that's why you avoid moisturizer? Have you already tried everything to get rid of blackheads and nothing has worked for you? Does your skin seem dull and dull and you don't know why?

Don't worry, today we bring you three specific facial care routines for your skin type, so that you can attack those frequent problems in the best way and, above all, be aware of your skin's needs.

Routine for oily skin

Oily skin is characterized above all because it generates a lot of sebum, therefore it is prone to acne, blackheads and shiny skin. The best steps that we must follow with this skin are:

  1. Facial cleansing: Always clean your skin with a cleanser twice a day, once in the morning and once at night. Helps clean makeup, dust or pollution to which our skin may be exposed. For oily skin, the best cleansers are charcoal-based, astringent like lemon, and that control excess sebum. It is also convenient to use the specific ones to control blackheads or acne.

  2. Moisturizing cream: Even if the skin is oily, it is important to never skip this step, because our skin needs hydration and often by controlling that, the skin naturally stops secreting so much sebum. That is why it is important to use a cream that mattifies and hydrates.

    At MayBeez we will always recommend our Snow White cream, which is perfect for oily and combination skin, with mango butter that hydrates and absorbs very quickly without weighing the skin down.

  3. Masks: For oily skin, it is best to use clay masks that help regulate sebum and mattify the skin.

  4. Exfoliation: To eliminate dead cells, it is recommended to avoid damaging the skin that it be done once or twice a week, but if you feel that your skin needs it, do it every two days with a mild exfoliator suitable for daily use.

routine for dry skin

Dry skin is characterized above all by a lack of hydration and problems such as skin flaking and redness. To improve it you need an intense routine especially focusing on hydration.

  1. Facial cleanser: To cleanse dry skin, you need to use a very mild and moisturizing cleanser that not only leaves the skin clean but also doesn't dry it out, so look for moisturizing foam cleansers with ingredients like aloe, shea, avocado, etc.

  2. Toner: Use a toner after each cleanse to restore the skin's ph again and give it more vitality.

  3. Serum: A specific serum to hydrate the most sensitive or driest areas, such as the eye contour area, can help hydration penetrate much deeper into the skin. It is the previous step to the moisturizing cream.

  4. Moisturizing cream: Use a specific cream for your skin, so that the hydration is more intense and avoid flaking. At MayBeez we recommend our Lemongrass cream created as an emulsion of organic shea butter and other highly moisturizing oils.

  5. Masks: For dry skin, it is also recommended to use moisturizing masks at least once a week to improve redness and add shine. Again, if you feel that your skin requires it, you can use them more than once a week.

Combination skin routine

This type of skin is a mixture of the two previous ones, there are dry areas and also oily areas, pay attention to what you should use to enhance it.

  1. Facial cleanser: Use a mild facial cleanser or soap, but it cleans as deeply as oily skin.

  2. Exfoliating: Gentle and above all, do not insist on sensitive areas.

  3. Toner: After each exfoliation or mask, always use a mattifying toner to control oiliness.

  4. Serum: If necessary, as with dry skin, use a serum specifically for drier and more sensitive areas.

  5. Moisturizing cream: For combination skin, intense hydration is necessary, but one that does not contain many oils to avoid greasing the T zone.

  6. Attention to the T zone: For this type of skin we must follow the steps of oily skin, but paying special attention to the most problematic areas, where it generates more sebum, such as the T zone. We can apply treatments such as clay masks only in those areas. areas and then apply a moisturizing mask to control dry areas.

Each skin is a world and we need to observe it closely and understand what it asks of us. We hope these routines help you understand and pamper your skin to enhance all its beauty.

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