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Skincare Essentials: 5+ Important Tips to Note

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When it comes to skincare, there’s so much to do, and it can all get a bit overwhelming and difficult to implement. Thankfully, here’s a quick guide to help you sort it out better. Follow these simple and actionable steps to make sure you’re treating your skin the right way! Read on...

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This one’s a no-brainer and an absolute must. Use a good quality face cleanser well suited to your skin type to cleanse your face- the simplest yet most effective way to tackle acne, skin irritations, inflammation, dark spots and almost all other types of skin problems.



Hydration is an important daily essential when it comes to skincare. Depending on your skin type, choose from an oil based moisturizer or a water based moisturizer and make sure you use it religiously.



Exfoliation is another skincare essential most people tend to ignore. A weekly face scrub could help remove the layer of dead skin cells from the surface and unclog pores, allowing your skin to breathe.

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Believe it or not, your skin needs a good dose of nourishment atleast once a week, even if your skin isn’t really that oily. Exposure to dirt and pollutants tends to sap the essential nutrients and moisture in the skin, and leaves it dry and undernourished. Using natural oils such as avocado oil and coconut oil is associated with tons of skin benefits. Infact, you could also try using castor oil for acne- it could nourish the skin and tackle outbreaks at the same time!


It isn’t just your body- your skin is also exposed tons of chemicals and pollutants on a daily basis, which is why, it needs a detox too. Make it a point to wash your face at least thrice a day, remove all traces of makeup before sleeping and indulge in an occasional steam to detoxify your skin naturally.



Every once in a while, don’t forget to treat yourself to a nice face mask packs in alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) that give the skin a good dose of nutrients and powerful enzymes that rejuvenate it, giving you that bright, glowing look!

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This was a guest post by Enozia Vakil, who blogs at her lifestyle blog, Beauty Junction Online 

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