After walking out of your esthetician’s office, your skin feels fresh and lively, but you can’t get a facial every day. So how do you support your skin in appointments? There are a few different steps you can take to make it to your next session. From using high-quality ingredients in vitamin C skincare to designing a routine catered to your skin, here are a few different tactics.

Design a Routine Catered to Your Skin

When an esthetician works on your skin, they ask you plenty of questions and design a treatment based on your skin type, dryness, goals, and so much more. In between appointments, you should be doing the same thing.

If you have clogged pores, build a double cleansing routine that combines an oil and makeup remover with an exfoliator to clean off your skin and get deep into the pores at the same time.

If your skin is dry, look for a system that combines serums, moisturizers, and facial mists to maximize your hydration.

The best skincare brands have collections built for every concern and can help you build a routine that makes you feel like you just left the esthetician every day.

Pamper Your Skin with Soothing Ingredients

Estheticians only use the highest quality ingredients. You should too. No matter what product you’re using, whether it’s a moisturizer, mask, or sunscreen, double-check that the ingredients are safe for your skin and address your specific concerns.

If you want to lock in hydration, choose a serum with hyaluronic acid. Vitamin C skincare is helpful when you want to brighten and renew dull skin. Zinc oxides and antioxidant blends create a sunscreen that helps keep out harmful rays and provides a protective barrier against environmental stressors.

Treat Yourself to a Spa Night

In between appointments with your esthetician, there are times that your skin just feels out of it. It’s dry, dull, and tired. But your appointment isn’t for another two weeks. A personal spa night is just what the doctor ordered.

Treat yourself to high-quality cleansers and serums while you listen to some peaceful music and light your favorite candles.

Then comes the best part of any spa night: the mask. Pick one that targets your specific concerns. It could be a soothing hydrogel mask to revive thirsty skin. Or it could be a firming mask that addresses signs of aging. Whatever you choose, ensure it’s luxurious, effective, and makes you feel your best.

Keep Hydration at the Top of Your Priorities

Proper hydration is the number one way to support your skin between appointments. There are two different steps you should take.

First, be sure to drink plenty of water. Giving your body water gives it the tools to support your skin.

Second, choose skincare products that provide hydration during your routine, whether that’s a gentle cleanser with microbiome-friendly squalane or a serum full of essential vitamins and amino acids to quench thirsty skin. If you need a mid-day refresher, a hydrating facial mist is a must.

Combine all these tips, and the time in between esthetician visits will feel like no time at all.

About IMAGE Skincare®

Effective skincare is always complex and is best left to the professionals. IMAGE Skincare® brings science-backed, professional skincare right into your home. Each and every product, from moisturizers to their acne spot treatment, is crafted with smart botanicals, proven ingredients, and results-first technology to give your skin the ideal combination of nourishing ingredients that boast the results you want. IMAGE Skincare was founded by estheticians and developed by plastic surgeons to ensure that your complexion always gets the best results. And with talented skincare professionals at the heart of everything IMAGE Skincare does, you get a personalized skincare regimen with recommended products and treatment tools to address your unique complexion and any concerns you might have. Find out why so many skincare professionals and spas in over 60 countries around the world recommend IMAGE Skincare products. 

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