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The 5 things to do each morning for glowing skin

The 5 things to do each morning for glowing skin

How you start the morning will always determine how your day goes.

With that being said, the same goes for your skin as well. It is what you apply in the morning that will have an impact on your skin long term, but also how your make up will look during the day.

Down below are 5 steps that you need to take to have a clear and glowing skin:

1.Clean your face

In the morning, you should use a mild cleanser that will get rid of the excess oil that your face has produced during the night, but not too harsh because those are the oils that keep your skin from breaking out.

Depending on your skin type, you should use a cleanser that is according to it.

2.Toner

After you cleanse the skin, it is important to tone it. But before you do that, either let it air dry quickly or you can very softly dab it with a towel that is specifically for your face.

Then apply the toner with a cotton pad, and let it sink in your skin before moving on

3.Lip balm

While you’re waiting for your toner to sink into your skin, use this time to apply a lip balm to your lips, it will keep them soft and moisturized and lip products will loo so much better.

4.Moisturizer

In order to lock all the moisture in, and have a smooth surface so the makeup glides perfectly, you need to apply a moisturizer that is based on your skin type.

5.SPF

Last but not least, and the most important part is SPF.

You need to apply SPF daily whether it is summer or winter, and even on rainy days!

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