Over-exfoliating or using harsh exfoliation methods and products can strip away the natural oils that keep your skin hydrated and healthy, and scratch your skin surface.
Try paring gentle exfoliation formulas 1-2 times a week in your routine, get professional facials at spas or use multi-tasking-at-home facial products that do the work for you (like our Weekly Oasis™ At-Home Facial).
2. Using harsh ingredients or invasive treatment methods.
At this stage of life, did you know our skin becomes thinner and more fragile?
It easily reacts to harsh ingredients or invasive treatment methods, that can impact your health, destroy the underlying structure of your skin, and have long-lasting damage.
3. Not using effective ingredients that your skin wants.
This can cause wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin, a loss of elasticity, dry and sensitive skin, and other signs of aging.
Are you tired of underperforming skincare products (the so-called aging treatments that consistently disappoint), or have concerns regarding the efficacy and safety of skincare ingredients?
Try to opt for active ingredients such as polypeptides and antioxidants like vitamins C and E, ginseng, green tea, lotus flower, hyaluronic acid, etc…that help boost your natural collagen stimulation and diminish all signs of aging like the Weekly Oasis™ Anti-Aging Treatment.
4. Forgetting to remove makeup and cleanse your face properly before bed.
This can clog pores and cause irritation, and lead to problems like breakouts. We recommend always double cleansing your face at night.
5. Don't give your face the "lift" it needs.
Facial massage and exercises strengthen your skin, minimize the appearance of wrinkles and saggy skin, and lead to a more youthful complexion.
There are many incredibly effective options that only take a few minutes to perform, without the cost and discomfort of surgery or invasive treatments: face yoga, gua-sha, or using innovative skincare products with instant lifting technology like our products at Lā SEN
6. Don't drink enough water.
Hydration is key for the health and appearance of our skin, so make sure you are drinking enough water every day, incorporate hydrating foods into your diets. And don't forget your moisturizer or facial oils!
7. Don't wear sunscreen daily.
Wear your SPF even on a cloudy or rainy day, or even if you stay indoors. UV rays can still penetrate through windows and cause damage to your skin, leading to wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, sunspots, and even skin cancer.
Look for a broad-spectrum sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB rays with SPF at least 30.