Almost the entire country is sheltering in place right now, thanks to Covid-19. Quarantine makes a lot of things more difficult. When you add that stress of social distancing and the stress of isolation, quarantine can make you run for the ice cream and skip the skin care. If that’s where you are right now, we have some quarantine skin care tips for you, so that you and your skin survive the quarantine.
Try Some Skin Serums
One way to really maximize your skin care routine is by using combination skin care serums, such as Vitamin C and E serums. Vitamin C serum works to brighten your skin. It also helps to reduce irritation and inflammation, which all of our skin is at the moment–irritated. Vitamin C also helps to reduce the look of scars, fine lines and wrinkles. Vitamin E also helps to calm irritated skin, but it also helps improve skin’s protective barrier, which helps to improve your moisturizer over time. When combined together, these two serums are nothing short of amazing, and can instantly make your skin look healthier.
In addition to the Vitamin C and E serum, you might also want to try Squalane serum. You may have never heard of Squalane serum, but it is revolutionary. Squalane naturally occurs in your body, and is found in other animals as well. Squalane serum works with your body. It is a lipid that works to plump up your skin, making it look younger. The amount of Squalane in your body lessens after your 20s, so replacing it is essential if you want your skin to look younger. Not only is Squalane good for your skin, it helps your hair as well. Wouldn’t it be great to come out of quarantine with younger, firmer skin?
To help your skin look younger, you can also try a derma roller. Derma rollers are an extension of the historic acupuncture techniques that are centuries old. You can use the same kind of fine needles to help improve the look of your face by rolling over it with this roller. When derma rollers are used in conjunction with serums such as Squalane, Vitamin C and E or hyaluronic acid, the roller helps the serums to penetrate more fully and completely, which increases their effects.
It is really important to work on your skin at this time for several reasons. First, you are washing your face and hands more frequently now, because of the coronavirus. Constant washing leads to extra dry skin. In order to help our dry skin, constant moisturizing is a must. Also, if you are sick–whether it is with the coronavirus or other illness, it can make your skin appear dull and lifeless. Hydration and the use of serum or moisturizer can help your skin appear lifelike and bright. Also, using dermarollers on a weekly basis can help your skin rejuvenate itself because your skin rushes collagen and elastin to the site, which leaves your skin plumper and firmer. All of these tips mean that you have the opportunity to make your skin flawless during quarantine.