New Year's Skin Care Resolutions

16th Dec 2019

What are your skin care resolutions for 2020 and beyond? The New Year is the perfect time to evaluate your beauty routine and set goals for the weeks and months to come. Make it a point to prioritize self-care this new year and set yourself up for your most beautiful year yet. Learn how we can help you achieve the best New Year skin with our exclusive, medical-grade products and expert skin care tips.

Improve Your Daily Routine

Chances are you’ve long ago started a morning and evening skin care routine and have stuck to it unquestioningly in the years that followed. Or maybe you’ve settled for whatever products are available at your local pharmacy, without spending much time researching ingredients. What’s the problem with an old routine? You may be using products that aren’t serving your skin and are missing out on many potential benefits you’d get from switching to medical-grade skin care.

Is one of your skin care resolutions to banish blemishes? Start and end each day with a quality  cleanser replete with fruit extracts and botanicals that will remove dirt, makeup, and impurities. Then, follow up with a toner that will restore balance—but won’t strip your skin of essential oils and softness. Then, follow up with a moisturizer enhanced with SPF for lasting protection against sun damage.

Get Ahead of Aging

It’s never too early or too late to start treating signs of aging, or better yet, treating signs of aging while stopping future aging-related skin issues in their tracks. With the right approach and products, you’ll be able to achieve your aging skin care resolutions in no time. Get rid of wrinkles, fine lines, pigmentation issues, and general loss of brightness and elasticity with a little help from the right hard-working products and you’ll see results in no time.

First, treat existing issues like sun damage and pigmentation problems with a  dark spot eraser that will nourish the skin while getting tough on stubborn problem areas. Combine that with a powerful rejuvenating serum that has been formulated according to the latest skin care research, and you’ll beat wrinkles and fine lines in no time for soft, smooth, New Year skin. A tinted moisturizer is a fantastic choice for mature skin or skin that is showing signs of aging, as it will offer a high level of SPF sun protection, along with buildable coverage that acts like your favorite makeup.

Pamper Your Eyes

It’s easy to forget about our eyes when we think about skin care resolutions or to assume that the other products we are using will address any eye area concerns like crow’s feet, puffiness, and dark circles. However, that’s not the case: the skin around our eyes is particularly thin and delicate, which means it deserves to be treated with extra care.

Eye creams and serums are an essential part of any skin care routine, so be sure to invest in products that have been designed to address your specific concerns. Whether that’s an  anti-aging eye treatment that will help soften fine lines and tighten the skin, or a serum that will reduce the look of dark circles and help you look more rested, this is a step that definitely shouldn’t be skipped.

Nourish From the Inside Out

The New Year is often a time when we take a hard look at our diets and exercise routines—especially in the wake of all of that holiday fun and indulgence. When it comes to achieving your skin care resolutions, you can do a lot by thinking about both what you put on your body and what you put in it.

Do your best to eliminate added sugars and refined carbs, with a focus on hydrating and nourishing whole foods—your complexion will definitely reap the benefits. Another way to load up on those skin-saving vitamins and minerals? With a  beauty supplement that will make your New Year skin glow from the inside out. You’ll quickly see major benefits when it comes to your skin’s hydration levels, elasticity, and clarity.

Avoid Harsh Chemicals and Additives

The New Year is often a time when we think of cleanses: taking a break from technology, cleaning up the way we eat, and cleaning up our homes. What we don’t always think to clean up is our beauty routine! Take a look at the products you use. Do they use naturally-derived ingredients? Are they free of harmful and irritating parabens and sulfates? If not, then it is definitely time to give them the heave-ho in favor of  skin care made with quality ingredients.

At Salameh Skin Care, we value transparency when it comes to what we put in our products.  Every single one of our products is sulfate-free, paraben-free, and has not been tested on animals. They are FDA regulated and have undergone rigorous testing to ensure their safety and effectiveness. What’s more: we use cutting-edge skin care science to bring you formulas that truly work.

Customize Your Regimen

We know that there are no one-size-fits-all solutions to your skin care issues and that to achieve your skin care resolutions, you’ll need a targeted approach that addresses your individual needs. That’s why we offer our customers the opportunity to shop products according to their skin concerns, including common issues like  rednesssun damageenlarged pores, and more. You can also take advantage of our Skin Care Advisor tool, which will help you find custom recommendations based on your personal skin concerns.

Discover the Best Medical-Grade Skin Care

Want to unlock your skin’s full potential? We can help. Make your New Year skin care resolutions a reality with medical-grade skin care products from Salameh Skin Care.  Contact us today with any questions, and we’ll be delighted to assist you.

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