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Social distancing and quarantines are now leading people to get creative and experiment with their looks. For example, she noted that people who have been “reliant on going to the salon for decades” are now trying to replicate their stylists’ work using at-home hair kits.

With the coronavirus pandemic affecting every aspect of our lives and not least our beauty regimes. From the personal to the professional, the role of beauty – how we express and access it – has changed overnight.

Many of us have already changed the way we’re using products in our routine. Consumers are focusing on self-care products like skincare and at-home hair coloring products.

The bath and body sector will also see an uptick due to the increased focus for hygiene and self-care.” Indeed – this is already present at beauty stores, where ‘bath oils and soaks’ are up by 527 per cent, and the ‘de-stress and relax’ section has grown by 219 per cent compared to last year.

People are taking an easier and fuss-free approach for their looks at home.

The session concentrated on skin products like under-eye concealer and lip balm, versus pre-pandemic times when consumers might have been more focused on lipstick.

Similar to makeup artists, the job of an aesthetician means spending hours within inches of clients’ faces. The intimate nature of the work should already involve intense hygiene practices like pre-treatment handwashing and sterilized equipment.

The fact that people are searching for DIY fixes at home suggests that we crave self-care, stability, and routine, whether we realize it or not,” says Dr Berg. ” For some, figuring out how to recreate a favorite beauty treatment can be empowering. An at-home manicure or facial can be a relaxing way to pass the time and reduce stress, and can be a good reminder to take some time to care for oneself.

No doubt beauty’s holistic approach will further widen, incorporating self-care on both physical and mental levels with the desire to bolster immunity under this treat to our health. Inge adds that “there will be a collective rethink on what exactly ‘being well’ means, physically, mentally and as a community” – as well as what it is to ‘be beautiful’.

Like lack of sleepstress, age, and even what you eat can rob your complexion of its radiance.

HERE SOME TIPS FOR A GLOWING SKIN!

1- Cleanse Am and PM

Key to luminous skin: clearing your “canvas” by thoroughly removing debris like dirt, oil and pollution particles that can clog pores and cause dullness. Wash your face morning and night by massaging in a small dollop of face cleanser lightly with fingers in circular motions.

2. Exfoliate your skin

The best ways to brighten skin and boost its glow both immediately and long term are by exfoliating. The process removes the skin’s outer layer of dead cells so its surface is smoother and clearer and reflects light.

Apply either a physical exfoliant, like a face scrub, two to three times per week or chemical exfoliation, such as a face peel once per week for sensitive or dry skin and three times maximum for other skin types. Try the International Beauty Lab’s top-tested skin-brightening face scrub, Wild berry honey exfoliator, or peel, Bio Gorgeous Peel, which also evens skin tone, 71% of testers reported.

For more radiance, follow with a layer of moisturizer, like the I’m Fabulous Cosmetics Retinol organic cream, Retinoic With Plants. Well-versed in reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, age spots & blotchy skin discoloration and age spots. Using extracts retinol from rosehips, which are rich in vitamin A. Achieving the skincare benefits of retinol by using plants with high retinol content in our formulas. And shield skin with broad-spectrum SPF 30+ facial sunscreen or day cream, as exfoliation makes it more prone to sun damage, including dark spots.

3. Look for brightening skincare ingredients

Skincare treatments like serums and moisturizers, look on the packaging
for terms such as “brightening” and “skin tone-evening,” and ingredients like vitamin C, “an antioxidant that brightens skin by blocking an enzyme that produces pigment.

Niacinamide (vitamin B3) “slows pigment production to lighten dark spots. — our Beauty Lab test winner the Super white bio serum, in fact, penetrate fully into the dermal layer, and natural skin brighteners that have been clinically proven to be more effective than hydroquinone restore damaged cells to their more youthful integrity for a younger more even-toned complexion. says Martine Stein, M.D., a dermatologist in Paris. She also suggests the plant-based organic Super Peptide Anti Aging Serum With Fast Action Brightening. This supreme anti-aging liquid serum contains skin whitening agents in maximum concentration and lots of peptides.

Daily application of these star brighteners can illuminate your complexion over time: Effects can be visible within a few weeks, with optimal results in about three months.

4. Hydrate

The lack of hydration makes your complexion dull and even accentuates wrinkles. Apply a topical moisturizer morning and evening to replenish hydration.

For a fast fix, apply a hydrating mask which boosted skin moisture levels by 25% in minutes.

5. Use shimmery lotion to boost glow

You can also get a glow instantly. The new category of skincare and makeup products called “glotions” combines the hydrating benefits of a moisturizer with the radiance-boosting effects of highlighter. I’m Fabulous cosmetics face highlighters are plant-based, organic, vegan and cruelty-free.

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