The Ultimate Guide To Face Care

To keep up appearances and to look our best, it’s vital to take care of the face. This applies to men as well as women. It helps to slow down the effects of aging as well as maintain skin that is healthy and full of vitality. Taking care of the skin, including the face, is also important for good health in general. The skin is the largest organ in the human body and it’s the skin that helps to protect everything on the inside. This article will be offering up some handy tips on taking care of your face, so you stay healthy and also look your best at all times.

Use Wisdom When Washing Your Face

Whether you’re in the shower or simply freshening up, washing the face is one of the most common things people do when it comes to personal hygiene. The face is the part of the body that’s constantly exposed to the elements and therefore the skin of the face can often suffer the most wear and tear.

Rather than washing your face with just any old soap, choose one that’s suited to your skin type and something that’s gentle rather than harsh. If you suffer from dry skin, wash your face with a cleanser or soap that contains a moisturiser. If your skin is oily, choose a soap that’s designed specifically for combating oily skin.

Apply a Toner

After washing your face, it’s a good idea to apply a toner immediately. Just a few drops in the palm of your hand that is then gently applied to all areas of the face is enough.

What does a toner do?

It depends on the toner used. Some toners are designed to exfoliate the skin, removing dead skin cells to promote the growth of fresh cells. Toners are also designed to keep the skin of the face hydrated to prevent it from drying out. Toners also add vital nutrients to the skin.

Use An Exfoliator

If you don’t apply toner or the toner you’re using doesn’t have any exfoliating properties, then periodically exfoliate the facial skin to keep it fresh and more youthful looking. It’s important to get rid of that layer of dead skin cells and, because the face is almost always exposed, it can suffer from a lot of dead cells.

Use Sunscreen

Always apply sunscreen when venturing outdoors, if your face is going to be exposed to direct sunlight for an extended period of time. There is nothing more harsh on the skin of the face than sun exposure. It can lead to an increase in wrinkles and premature aging, so protect your skin with a quality sunscreen, preferably one that also contains a moisturiser.

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Moisturise Your Face Daily

One of the best times of the day to apply a moisturiser is at bedtime. Even if you suffer from oily skin, those natural skin oils don’t necessarily keep the skin well hydrated, so a moisturiser is vital for the facial health of everyone.

Use Eye Cream Nightly

Along with applying a moisturiser to the face in general, apply some eye cream around the eyes before you go to sleep. Eye cream will help prevent those fine lines and wrinkles and if you already have some lines around the eyes, the eye cream will slow down their advancement and potentially even make them less visible.

Protect Your Face In Cold Weather

If you’re out in the cold of winter and the wind is blowing, these conditions are extremely harsh on the skin of the face. Your skin will very quickly dry out and will often start to crack up in places; in particular the lips, around the nose and even around the eyes.

In conditions like these, try to cover up your face as much as possible to protect it from the wind and cold. If it’s daytime, protect the eyes with sunglasses, cover most of the face with a scarf or bandanna and wear a beanie on your head, pulled low over the forehead.

Eat Foods Rich In Vitamin C and Antioxidants

Which foods are high in both antioxidants and Vitamin C

Vitamin C and antioxidants play a major role in maintaining skin health in general and this includes the skin of the face. Not only that, both Vitamin C and antioxidants help to slow down the aging process.

Which foods are high in both antioxidants and Vitamin C? Here’s a quick list:

  • Oranges
  • Lemons
  • Strawberries
  • Kiwi fruit
  • Grapefruit
  • Blackcurrants
  • Kale
  • Chilli
  • Tomatoes
  • Bell peppers
  • Cabbage
  • Cauliflower
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Broccoli
  • Spinach
  • And many more…

We are all aware we are what we eat and while it’s important to feed the skin of the face externally with vital nutrients, it’s even more important to ingest food that is healthy for the skin.

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Treat Pimples and Acne

There are many creams and ointments and lotions on the market to treat pimples and acne, so if you are suffering from acne, spot treat the problem areas with the acne or pimple treatment that works best for you.

Many skincare products that contain CBD oil are regarded as some of the best in treating acne, as the CBD oil prevents the skin from over-producing sebum, a natural, waxy substance that protects the skin. Too much sebum can result in pimple and acne outbreaks though and CBD oil can help prevent this from occurring.

The Takeaway

To maintain a youthful looking appearance and for general good health, it’s important that everyone takes good care of their face. It’s not hard to do if you are simply diligent about it and are aware of what can be done to care for your face. The tips in this article will help.


By Ashley Bryan

Ashley writes the articles and posts for MyMedici and other websites.  He has a background in digital marketing and provides services through and  He lives on the Sunshine Coast, QLD with his family.

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