It is suggested to gradually resume using the whole set after a week, use toner and cream every other day, then use them every day on the following week.
As we get older, we may want to look and feel younger. There are many ways to do this, like using creams or having surgery.
But it’s hard to know which methods are safe and work well because there is so much information out there.
In this article, we will talk to experts about the different ways of rejuvenation treatment and what they might do to help or hurt you.
What Is Rejuvenating?
Rejuvenating is a term that means making something look or feel younger, fresher, or more lively.
In skincare, rejuvenating products are those that claim to improve the appearance and health of your skin by boosting its natural processes of renewal and repair. Some examples of rejuvenating products are:
These are concentrated liquids that contain active ingredients such as antioxidants, vitamins, or peptides that target specific skin concerns such as wrinkles, dullness, or pigmentation.
These are products that you apply on your face and leave for a certain amount of time before rinsing off. They usually have a thicker texture than serums and can provide hydration, exfoliation, or nourishment to your skin.
These are products that you apply to your face after cleansing and toning. They usually have a richer texture than serums and masks and can moisturize, protect or firm your skin.
Why Do We Need to Rejuvenate Our Skin?
Our skin is constantly exposed to various factors that can damage it such as sun exposure, pollution, stress, or aging.
These factors can cause our skin cells to lose their ability to function properly and produce collagen and elastin – the proteins that give our skin its strength and elasticity.
As a result, our skin becomes thinner, drier, saggy, and wrinkled over time.
Rejuvenating products can help our skin by stimulating its natural regeneration process and providing it with essential nutrients and antioxidants that can repair the damage caused by these factors.
How Often Should We Use Rejuvenating Products?
The American Academy of Dermatologists recommends using a moisturizer and sunscreen every day to protect the skin from UV rays.
For vitamin C serum, it is recommended to use it every morning to protect the skin from inflammation and damage.
As for rejuvenating sets, it is suggested to gradually resume using the whole set after a week,
However, here are some general guidelines that you can follow:
You can use serums once or twice a day depending on how potent they are and how sensitive your skin is. Serums usually have a lightweight texture that absorbs quickly into your skin so they don’t interfere with other products.
You should apply them after cleansing and toning but before moisturizing.
You can use masks once or twice a week depending on how intensive they are and how much time you have.
Masks usually have a thicker texture that stays on your face for 10 to 20 minutes before rinsing off. You should apply them after cleansing but before toning.
You can use creams once or twice a day depending on how hydrating they are and how dry your skin is.
Creams usually have a richer texture that locks moisture into your skin for longer periods. You should apply them after serums but before sunscreen.
What Are the Benefits of Using Rejuvenating Products Every Day?
Getting rejuvenation treatment by-products every day can have many benefits for your skin such as:
Improving its texture: Rejuvenating products can smooth out
- rough patches,
- exfoliate dead cells
- and unclog pores
that make your skin look dull and uneven.
Brightening its tone: Rejuvenating products can fade
- dark spots,
- reduce redness
- and enhance radiance
that make your skin look more vibrant and healthy.
Firming its structure: Rejuvenating products can boost
- and elastin production,
- tighten pores
- and lift sagging areas
that make your skin look more youthful and resilient.