Here’s another year of hope, aspirations, anticipation, anxiety and excitement! As 2023 begins, it's natural to cast back on the previous year and contemplate better ways to embrace the new year. Making new year resolutions is something everyone religiously does every year. Although anybody hardly sticks to the long list of resolutions, it sure is a chance to make positive life changes. Whether it's vowing to eat healthy, exercise more, or learn a new skill, a resolution can be a great way to motivate ourselves and strive for personal growth. As we are all set to start this new journey, let's look at our goals and resolutions for 2023.
Health should be at the top of your new year resolutions list. Maintaining your skin and hair health to look gorgeous and vibrant throughout the year must be your prime goal! Following the skincare mantra - Cleanse, Tone, Moisturize and, of course, using the right skincare products and being consistent is your best bet to top your beauty game this year.
Top 10 Skincare Resolution For 2023
If you are damn serious about achieving radiant, vibrant, younger-looking skin and can’t compromise on amping up your skincare regime in the year 2023, then here’re some expert-recommended tips that are easy to stick to.
1. Moisturize, Moisturize & Moisturize daily!
The moisture level of your skin must be maintained to improve the skin's barrier function. Irrespective of the skin type, you need to moisturize your skin daily, or else the topmost layer of the skin gets damaged, leading to various skin conditions such as pimples, acne and skin dryness. Hydrate, nourishe, protect and repair your skin cells and tissues through regular moisturization.
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2. Must Exfoliate
Many of us feel that exfoliation is not necessarily a part of our skincare regime. As per experts, not only moisturization, exfoliation is equally essential for maintaining healthy, problem-free skin. There is a constant accumulation of dirt and grime on the skin's surface, which needs to be removed from time to time with mild exfoliators that are not abrasive on the skin. Dry skin types should exfoliate once or twice a week, and people with oily skin can exfoliate two to three times a week.
3. Make Broad Spectrum Sunscreen Your BFF This Year
Sunscreen is a must have among all skincare products. You cannot reverse the sun damage even by using n-number of facial serums and moisturizers. Why let your skin get damaged in the first place? Apply a hydrating sunscreen with SPF 30 or above for advanced sun protection.
4. Include Active Skincare Ingredients
Active skin-friendly ingredients such as ceramides, peptides and niacinamides need a special place in your skincare regime this new year. These skin-friendly ingredients work in conjugation to maintain flawless, younger-looking skin.
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5. Take Vitamin Dose For Healthy and Radiant Skin
Vitamins A, C and E are the prerequisites for maintaining healthy and glowing skin. Vitamin A is known for its anti-aging benefits. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that boosts collagen production, reduces hyperpigmentation and protects your skin from free radical damage. Vitamin E keeps your skin moisturized and well-maintained. Its anti-inflammatory property provides relief from itchiness and inflammation. These vitamins act as a booster dose for maintaining your skin health.
6. Never Sleep With MakeUp
You should remove even the slightest hint of makeup from your skin before you retire to bed. You can use micellar water or natural oil such as almond or coconut oil to eliminate even the minute traces of makeup.
7. Mask Up Once A Week
Experts recommend applying a face mask once a week. Wearing a mask helps to revive, replenish and rejuvenate dry, lacklustre skin. Weekends are the best time to pamper yourself. A detoxifying face mask helps to eliminate impurities and toxins from the skin. A clay mask is recommended for people with oily and acne-prone skin. Always choose a mask depending on your skin concern.
8. Hydrate Your Skin Inside Out
Applying moisturizer on your skin will only help if your skin is hydrated from within. To keep your skin hydrated from within, experts recommend drinking lots of water, fresh fruit juices, and consuming collagen-rich food such as bone broth, citrus fruits, eggs, etc., to restore the collagen level in the body. Collagen helps improve the skin's elasticity, keeping you looking plump and youthful. Include food rich in proteins, fats and essential fatty acids (omega-3).
9. Get Your Beauty Sleep
Getting 8-10 hours of sleep is vital to maintain problem-free, glowing skin. Beauty sleep is a must if you wish to have clear and radiant skin.
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10. Keep an eye on your eyes
You would not want to carry those dreaded panda eyes in the new year. The area around your eyes is delicate and more prone to dryness, resulting in wrinkles, fine lines and crow's feet. The skin under your eyes needs extra TLC. Use an under-eye gel or cream which contains collagen-boosting and skin-hydrating ingredients.
While we kick start this year with new hopes and dreams, let us remember to be kind to our skin. After all, it’s the largest organ of our body and we’ve got only one of it! May 2023 be the year of radiant, healthy skin for you. Stick to your new year skincare resolution and achieve all your skincare goals.
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