Idara Admin | November 16, 2022 | 78


Caring for Your Skin

Ever felt insecure about your current skincare routine and wish to improve it? You’re not alone, we’ve all been there! Lucky for you, Idara Aesthetics is here to teach you some tips on making the most of your skincare routine.


Whether you follow a simple or complex skincare routine, there are several ways to improve your skin health—most of which are free and inexpensive. You just need to find a way to incorporate them because It’s never too late to start caring for your skin!



Here Are Our Top 3 Skincare Tips That You May Use Right Away.

  1. Ritualize Your Skincare Routine: While we occasionally complete our skincare routines, we also face unexpected hurdles that make us unable to stick to them. So if you haven't had a skincare routine yet, now's the time to make one and stick to it—and ritualize it. Take your time, and stick to the basics. Cleansing twice—once in the morning and once in the evening, applying sunscreen to protect your skin from the UV Rays, and moisturizing to restore the water you lose during the day.

  2. Adding Plant-Based Meals to Your Diet: Including fruits and veggies in your diet can help support your immune system, and promotes radiant skin. Plant-based meals benefit your skin's overall health and help reduce the risk of heart disease and some types of cancer, too. Focus on collagen-boosting meals containing Vitamin C like blueberries, broccoli, guava, oranges, papaya, strawberries, and more.

  3. Exfoliate: Exfoliation removes dead skin cells from the skin's outer layer. Be cautious, however, that not doing the process properly could do more harm than good. Begin exfoliating once a week and gradually increase it to 2 to 3 times weekly. Finding a great exfoliator would help, too.


Ask for Skincare Professional Help

Are you looking for more ways to boost your skincare routine? You can always schedule an appointment with Idara Aesthetics for consultations with our licensed dermatologistsand have them answer all your skincare concerns.



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