Beauty Editor’s Skincare Tips for 2023

Take a look at the tips below to get a brautiful glow and even skin texture

Pawel Kocan
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You’ve stocked up on vitamins for hair growth and nail oil for your cuticles — but what about your skin? What is the best way to get a beautiful glow and even texture? The key is a stellar skin care routine and top-quality products. If you’re unsure where to start, take a look at these tips.

Azelaic Acid Cream

Acne can be painful and embarrassing, but there are solutions. An azelaic cream is an excellent option for fighting the redness accompanying pimples. It also decreases the noticeability of hyperpigmentation and rosacea.

To prevent acne, wash your face in the morning and at night. Pay special attention to your T-zone, which tends to get more oily than other parts of your face. Don’t wash more frequently, as that can dry out your skin and lead to increased oil production. If you need to get rid of oil throughout the day, consider blotting papers, as these absorb oil without stripping away your moisture barrier.

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Firming Neck Cream

Your neck can develop wrinkles and discoloration just like your face, so it’s crucial to care for it. The right firming cream can do wonders for the skin on your throat and décolletage:

  • Hydrates
  • Reduces the appearance of dark spots
  • Evens tone
  • Brightens
  • Lifts

Gua sha tools are another excellent investment, as they’re relatively easy to use and offer several benefits:

  • Soften fine lines
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Sculpt
  • Brighten

As a bonus, using gua sha tools has a massage-like quality, which can help you relax and decrease stress.

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Everyone should wear sunscreen, no matter where they live or what time of year it is. Even cloudy days don’t protect against ultraviolet radiation the way sunscreen does.

UV rays can cause all sorts of problems, the most dangerous of which is skin cancer. Minor issues include wrinkles, dark spots and other signs of aging.

What if you never get sunburns or have darker skin pigmentation? You still need to shield your skin from sunlight. Even if you don’t feel the effects like you do with a sunburn, sun damage is cumulative, meaning you’ll see the impact over time.

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Hydration inside and out is essential for glowing, plump skin. For best results, apply a moisturizer after you wash your face, as your skin will likely be tight and dry. If you have oily skin, avoid oil-based moisturizers and look for a lightweight, nourishing milk instead.

You can opt for a heavier, cream-based moisturizer at night. This approach supports your skin as it repairs while you sleep. You can also use a separate eye cream; these target the delicate areas that show wrinkles more easily.

Finally, drink lots of water, especially when exercising or in hot weather. You can also hydrate by eating foods with high water content, such as fruits and vegetables.

Once you create a foundation skin care routine, don’t forget to switch things up as the seasons change. For example, you may need a heavier moisturizer during the winter, as the air is drier. Pay attention to your skin’s needs, and you’ll be able to keep it healthy and youthful.

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