Facial Care: A clean affair
The first step in skin preparation for make - up is cleaning the skin – in the morning and in the evening. This is the base/foundation for beautiful and even make - up. Bacteria, talc and pollution can clog the pores during the day. Only if the skin is clean it can absorb t he skincare and make - up as good as possible. Deep and regular cleansing is thus both skincare and make - up preparation at the same time.
Facial Care: Serum as the thirst quencher for skin
After cleansing comes moisturizing. Especially on dry skin make - up settles in fine lines and wrinkles and can crack the skin. Serum can prevent this from happening. Due to the high concentration of moisturizing ingredients they are the ultimate thirst quencher for skin. Only with sufficient ly moisturized skin the following make - up is able to look flawless and as natural as possible.
Facial Care: Proper application
Dry skin leads to uneven make - up. For the optimal skin care it is important to use serums as well as cremes. These are the actual care products and are indispensable for optimal skincare – and thereby for beautiful make - up . Your task is to moisturise without clogging pores. Using the right amount is important for getting a good result. The cream should be completely absorbed a nd leave no greasy residue on the skin.
To achieve a perfect make - up result, it is recommended to use one cream for the day and one for the night. The skin needs different active ingredients, depending on the time of day. A good day cream moisturises, has a sun protection factor and forms the basis of good make - up. At night, on the other hand, the skin regenerates: skin metabolism increases, the skin is better supplied with blood and damage to the cells is repaired. A good night cream nourishes and support s regeneration.
Our Diadermine skin care tips – Basis for a flawless and natural makeup
Drinking: Without moisture, our skin looks pale. But it’s not only creams that help with this: water is the basic building block for healthy skin cells. Drinking a lot of water makes the skin visibly firmer and fuller.
Sleep: Beauty sleep is not just a myth – it ac tually is real. Doctors and scientists agree that getting adequate amounts of good sleep is the best medicine for beautiful skin. During sleep, a hormone is released that regulates the regeneration of skin cells.
Sport: Sufficient exercise and sport boosts blood circulation. This encourages the skin to heal and regenerate itself.
Sun protection : Beware of the sun! Excessive UV radiation damages the skin. The consequences include pigment disorders such as age spots and increased skin cancer risk.
Wash your hands: The hands are covered in countless bacteria and germs. Every time we touch our face, we distribute these over the skin. Therefore: Regularly wash hands and take care not to constantly touch the face.