"Better Late Than Never" New Year's Skin Resolutions
Happy 2022!😄 We wanted to check in and see if your New Year's resolutions have completely transformed your life like you had hoped? Did you start that daily meditation and mindfulness practice or learn a new skill, or give up alcohol? Perhaps you've regressed on your goals a little since the New Year, and that's ok.
2022 is officially in full swing but it's not too late to make big changes in your life. While we wholeheartedly encourage making a commitment to eating properly and getting active, we're here today to discuss the largest organ in your body, your skin. Here are our "better late than never" skincare resolutions for 2022.
Watch Out for UV!
The sun's rays can cause UVA and UVB damage to your exposed skin at any time of year. Sunspots, freckling, an aged appearance, and other imperfections can result from this damage over time. Some moisturizers contain sunscreen, but you may need to hunt for sunscreen separately. Aim for an SPF of 30 to 50 and apply it as advised.
Staying hydrated by drinking enough water is a critical resolution. Aim for at least eight 8 glasses of water every day, but more is always better! Healthy hydration on the inside will result in brighter and clearer skin, less puffiness around your eyes, and tighter skin around your cheeks and neck on the outside.
Don’t Skip Out on Moisturizer:
Drinking water hydrates your body from the inside out, but applying moisturizer straight to your skin is also an excellent way to stay hydrated. You'll notice a reduction in the look of acne outbreaks, blackheads, fine lines, and wrinkles because your skin achieves a more balanced, healthy state when it's hydrated. Wildcrafted green tea, vitamin E, and organic aloe are just a few of the active ingredients in our moisturizer that help promote elasticity and smoothness.
Plump Your Pout:
Taking care of your face's skin is a fantastic resolution, but many of us forget about our lips as well. Dry lips are prone to cracking and, if not treated, can result in bleeding and irreversible damage. Moisturizing your lips with a thick moisturizing balm may make a significant difference in your overall complexion.
The most essential goal you make should be to set aside a non-negotiable amount of time each day to properly wash your face. If you only keep one resolution this year, make it a twice-daily cleansing practice. Use our facial cleanser in the morning to remove pollutants that were brought to the surface while you slept, and in the evening to remove contaminants that you may have been exposed to throughout the day.
Get Plenty of Sleep:
Sleep deprivation is sometimes disregarded as a cause of bad skin, yet it may result in swollen eyes, numerous fine lines, and an abundance of wrinkles. Always attempt to get a good night's sleep every night. This is obviously not achievable, but by making a concerted effort, you can enhance your overall skin condition and health.
Have A Healthy New Year!
Making resolutions is simple; keeping them might be challenging. Whether you choose one or two resolutions from this list and commit to them, or if you choose the entire set, you will notice a difference in your general skin health and complexion. If you can stick to a consistent skincare program throughout the year, you will see significant improvements in your skin over time. Happy New Year!