Skin Saver Routine

Updated: Aug 2

The wind, sun, dust and everything outside takes it's toll. These few steps make all the difference in the texture on my face and BONUS: it's affordable DIY!


Brace yourself: I shave my face... Been doing it for at least 7 years now, once a week. The proper, technical term if it's done by a professional is dermaplaning.


If you're not sure where to start, check out this short video!


The way this process eliminates dullness is incredible! Definitely give it a try before you write it off.


WHAT I USE --


Face oil or I've also used a very thin lotion. Learned the lesson the hard way to not try it on a dry face!


Razors

I use to use mine more than once, but now throw after each use to minimize risk of putting bacteria back on my face. #acneprone


Now, when the outside really sucks the moisture from my face, this "lotion" is a lifesaver. To make the most of it, apply to damp skin. The hyaluronic acid holds 1000 times it's weight in water.


At the bottom of my drawer, I found this scrub that came as part of a kit. I had obviously never got around to usng it until now and it's a good fit! The label says use a couple times a week, but I've been using it daily...


The farm comes with dust and manure, wind and sun, heat and cold; so I come with a few tools to keep the texture of my face as healthy as possible!