If you have a daily skin care ritual, it means you care about your skin’s health and appearance. Which is good. The skin is a sensitive part of our body and so we need to protect it and make sure we treat it well. Almost every one of us leads a light skin care routine that meant to protect the skin and preserve it from obvious risks, such as the sunlight or dehydration that may lead to dryness, irritations and wrinkles. And some leads a complex skin care ritual to allow their skin the best treatment in order to maintain its condition, health and beauty. But whether you follow a light routine or a complex one, you should never neglect it. Here’s why.
Your Skin Needs Its Care
If you apply moisturizer cream on your skin every day and stop using it all of the sudden, your skin will miss the treatment it used to. Meaning, quicker than you know your skin will feel stiff and dry. But it won’t be only the way it feels. It will lose its softness and liveliness from day to day in which you won’t provide it with the treatment, therefore vitamins and minerals, it used to get on a regular basis until the day you started to neglect it. And trust us, skipping another day and another will only get easier and easier…
It’s a Slippery Road Down
Once you’ll skip one day of your daily skin care routine, you’ll know you broke the sequence. Meaning, skipping the next day will be easier because breaking a sequence for the first time is always the hardest. Why? Because when the routine still running, you have all that you’ve accomplished to support you and encourage you to not quit, but once you break it, it is not as significant to skip it on the following day. Getting back on track isn’t impossible, but try not to put yourself through this struggle from the first place.
Your skin care routine is important on every single day. Just like you provide your body with water and foods every day, your skin needs your attention too. Keep it clean, allow it the vitamins and minerals it needs, and provide it with the proper treatment when it has a problem, so it won’t get worse. Some skin conditions require the attention of a doctor so don’t treat infections and other complications on your own and get the advice of a professional dermatologist.