4. Pick the right cleanser
It’s very important to choose cleansers, moisturizers, and a skin care routine formulated for your skin type. If you have oily skin, consider yourself lucky. Oily skin tends to develop fewer wrinkles. If you have sensitive skin, you should test all of your products on your neck or arms before you use them. That product you loved a few years ago may (as you advance in age) could now cause redness.
5. Find a suitable moisturizer
Thick, moisturizing creams and oils will help lock moisture in. Always apply at night and in the morning under your makeup. To keep the rest of your body moisturized, stay away from drying soaps and opt for creamy body wash instead. It’s important to moisturize after washing your body. You can use drugstore creams or oils (e.g.: extra virgin coconut oil or almond oil).
6. Use face oil
Oils are quite popular nowadays and it is no wonder why. They are available with several scents and for various skin types. Oils are more natural than creams, they glide on smoothly, and leave your skin feeling soft, hydrated and dewy.