It’s not exactly easy to maintain a glowing complexion these days. The stress of managing life at home while worrying about the pandemic can come with all sorts of skin-related concerns, from dullness to nasty breakouts.
When dealing with stress-induced skin issues, the first thing to do is to address the source of the stress. Of course, that’s easier said than done, but you can still score better skin by trying these simple tips. Keep reading:
If you’ve been trying to juggle more things than you can handle, sticking to a multi-step routine may not be ideal for you. Consider practicing skip-care, a Korean skincare trend that aims to reduce the steps in your routine with the help of multi-use products.
For example, if you’re acne-prone, cut down on exfoliation and use cleansers with ingredients that can already do that for you. After all, over-exfoliation can lead to excessive oil production that can clog your pores and trigger new skin breakouts.
If you’re scared of getting a facial outside, the next best thing is to give yourself one at home—it doesn’t even have to be complicated. After doing your skincare routine, treat yourself to a sheet mask and let your skin soak up the essence for about 10 to 15 minutes. Once you’ve removed it, pat the excess product on to your skin. Using your fingers, gently apply pressure on your cheeks, forehead, and jaw area to relieve any tension. Don’t forget your neck area, too.
Sleep isn’t just good for your mental health—it does wonders for your skin, too! Poor sleep is said to accelerate skin aging and lead to slower cell turnover rate. This is why we don’t exactly look our best on days when we don’t get our full eight hours of rest. Having trouble sleeping these days? Try setting a nightly sleep schedule. You can try this by setting alarms on your phones or using apps that help you manage your sleep better.
Nutrition plays an important role in your skin’s health. In addition to ensuring that your meals are packed with the nutrients that your body needs, consider taking supplements like Nutrabliss by Watsons. Nutrabliss by Watsons has a collagen range that includes collagen + vitamin C chewables, collagen tablets, daily collagen sachets, and hyaluronic acid + collagen ready-to-drink.
Try Nutrabliss by Watsons and see the results for yourself. Shop it at any Watsons store near you, via call and delivery service, or via Watsons' online store. For more details, follow Watsons on Facebook.
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