Personal Skin Care Routine For Beautiful, Refreshed Skin!

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  1. Shower before you leave the house and always use face wash.

  2. Face wipes, my friends!

    • My complexion is naturally oily, so facial wipes are a godsend! And not any of those special the make-up removing or acne ones either; just the regular ones will do. Think: minimal chemical exposure to your delicate skin.
    • Except they’re EXPENSIVE! $5-7 for a pack of 25 wipes that’ll only last me the week? No, thank you. My advice? Go get some baby wipes. I’m serious, if it’s good enough for an infants butt, it’s good enough for my face. My skin is “as soft as a baby’s bottom” and proud! I buy the 3 pack of HUGGIES Natural Care Baby Wipes (168 wipes). They’re $5.47 at Wal-Mart which comes out to $0.03 a piece!
  3. Moisturize!

    • I always apply lotion after washing my face and especially before bed.
    • I haven’t find a day lotion that I love yet, so I’m testing new lotions all of the time. My favorite night lotion though is Andalou Naturals Resveratrol Q10 Night Repair Cream. It absorbs quickly and doesn’t feel heavy on the skin, and in the morning my face feels totally refreshed! It retails for $24.99, but I’ve seen it for as low as $15 too.




  1. Eat healthy and drink lots of water.

    • Cut out the fried food and junk food–they’re awful for your body and it shows on your skin. Your skin is the LAST organ to receive nutrients, so if you don’t fuel yourself with healthy, fresh foods, then chances are, your skin’s gonna take a beating.
    • Low fat dairy, fruits and berries, salmon, walnuts, whole wheat products, and dark, leafy greens are great for rejuvenating your skin.
    • Also, drink lots of water. Green tea is a goodie too.
  2. Always wash your face before bed.

    • If you’re wearing make up, it’s imperative that it comes off at night. You might not see or feel it, but that make up and those food particles are all up on your face; and if you go to sleep without washing your face, all of that invisible oil, dirt, and grime will be all over your pillow.
  3. Which brings me to my last point! Wash your pillow cases weekly.

    • Your pillow cases are a cesspool of all of the crap that’s every been in your face, so when you sleep on it at night, you’re just rubbing your face into dead skin cells, dirt, oil, etc. Trust me. Do this once a week and you’ll definitely notice a difference in your skin!

That’s it, guys! Did I miss anything? What’s an essential part of your skin care routine?