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American Natural Super Collagen

by Alisa lisa Sophia (2019-05-20)

Any major brand will do and these products are all American Natural Super Collagen available at your local stores like a CVS or a Duane Reade, and they are available for a total of forty dollars or less. In the morning, start with your cleanser. Your cleanser is to get your skin ready and to remove oil and debris. Then follow with a toner, which synergizes with the cleanser in achieving an all important oil and water balance and also makes your skin fresher. Next, use your sunscreen. A sunscreen with an SPF between fifteen and thirty that is also marked with UVA protection and that is appropriate for your oil and water skin balance is highly recommended. A very important thing to remember is to put your sunscreen on before your moisturizer, not moisturizer before your sunscreen. In the evening, use your cleanser and toner the same way as in the morning, and then follow them with your gentle chemical exfoliant containing either glycolic acid or salicylic acid to make your skin smoother. Lastly, apply your topical antioxidant. Products that contain Vitamin C give the biggest bang for your buck. They help to protect the skin and further renew it. Use this routine daily for two weeks and in that time you will start to see improvements in color, texture, luster and brightness. Within two weeks you will begin to notice that you need to use less make-up to cover and the make-up goes on much easier. If you are inclined to address lines and wrinkles with botox and fillers, May and June are the best times to do it because the results will last all summer long. If summer rolls around (with it's higher temperature and humidity) and you're already using a skin care routine involving topical products, then step two for you involves an adjustment to lighter weight products. As a result of the higher temperature and the higher humidity, you do not want your products to be too heavy or clogging. In fact, you should be making this adjustment every year, twice a year for summer and winter. The adjustment for summer is to lighter, water-based, oil free products.