Skincare Can Be Expensive: 4 Products You Must Use

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4 Must Have Skin Care Products

Everyone is focusing on cutting back on our expenses, saving for a rainy day,  spending smarter. All these things are a great idea, but we also want quality of life. We need a few days to get away now and then, a dinner out once in awhile and to be able to take care of ourselves and our skin. While skin care can be expensive there are certain products you MUST use to maintain healthy and youthful skin.

There are a few things I just can't do without: Cleanser, exfoliate, eye cream, and moisturizer!

Cleanser
The right cleanser for your skin type is always a must. Starting the day and ending the day with clean skin means healthy skin. Removing all the days’ or nights’ impurities, sweat, and makeup from your skin will help your skin function properly. Also it will allow your skin's natural moisture barrier to replenish itself if you cleanse daily. Your skin will breath better once it’s cleaned. The pores will stay unclogged and clean skin will allow the other products you are using to work more effectively.


Exfoliant
Exfoliating the skin will remove the buildup of dead skin cells. This will allow for clearer pores and greater amounts of oxygen getting into your skin and allowing the new skin underneath absorb your other products. Your skin will be smoother and brighter. Your makeup will go on nicer as well.


Eye Cream
The skin under and around your eyes is the thinnest skin on your body and has the least amount of oil and moisture. Eyes say so much about us, the say if we are rested or were up to late and they show our age. Therefore a good eye cream is very important to keep moisturized and keep the wrinkles away. Let's keep them guessing our age!


Moisturizer
We need to constantly keep our skin hydrated, and sometimes we just don't get enough water. So we can help our skin with a good anti oxidant moisturizer. The moisturizer is a protection to our skin. It helps to keep dust and debris off our skin and out of our pores. It protects from environmental stresses and from our makeup. It makes a nice barrier to keep all the good inside and all the bad out.  


Tamera Marquez has been a licensed esthetician for over 15 years and in the beauty business for 25 years has given Tamera a wide range of experience working in spas, salons and in cosmetology schools. She is a National Skin Care & Waxing Educator, working for local and international manufacturing companies. She also works directly with clients in a salon setting. Tamera is an advocate for continuing education for professionals and her clients.

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