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Winter is harsh on the skin. It's in these months that you need to follow a proper skincare regime to nourish and hydrate your skin. Sure, washing your face after a long day's work is one of those must-do beauty rituals, but what comes next? Are you using the right skincare products the correct way? This video breaks it down for you step-by-step so that you healthy, glowing skin. With this evening skin-care regimen, you will be able to counter all your skin problems.
It is not just about cleaning and exfoliating. You need to treat your skin based on its needs. If you have hyperpigmentation or sun damage, you will need to use products/ remedies that will fight free radicals and lighten the spots. If you have oily skin, you may need to apply a toner to reduce the production of sebum. Treating the skin will quite effectively help to reduce breakouts, wrinkles, brighten skin tone and deal with dryness and irritation. Once you are done with addressing your skin problems, you will need to hydrate your skin with a good moisturiser. A good evening moisturiser is the one which is rich in antioxidants and essential fatty acids to promote elasticity and build collagen.
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