Although black skin has the same composition as other skin, it is usually more compact and resistant to the sun, but it is also more sensitive to oily products and they dehydrate easily. Being prone to dark pigmentation and having a greasy tendency, it requires certain special care to keep it healthy, hydrated and with a uniform tone.
Clean your face properly
Dark or tan colour skin like all skin needs a good cleaning because although it is thicker than light skin, it is not protected from pollutants, especially because more free radical pollutants tend to lodge on the surface.
Skin is one of the most important parts of our body. To keep your skin clean and without excess shine, wash your face carefully, both day and night, and include thermal water in your care routine to protect and restore its PH.
Moisturize your skin daily
All skin needs hydration, but dehydrated black skin needs it even more. To ensure that your skin is perfectly hydrated and with a higher level of oil, you should use products such as creams or masks to moisturize both your skin and the skin of your body.
Avoid products rich in oils and instead opt for moisturizers. with active ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, which provides hydration without leaving a greasy sensation on the skin.
Dark skin is prone to acne, if this is your case it is important that you exfoliate your face and skin regularly to prevent impurities from accumulating and forming pimples and blackheads. To improve your skin, use salicylic acid as it exfoliates the skin, cleanse the pores in-depth and prepares the skin for outbreaks of pimples.
Protect your skin from the sun
Black skin, despite being resistant to the sun, also needs protection. When UV rays reach the skin, it produces more melanin to protect itself and encourages the appearance of darker spots and worsens existing ones.
Protect your skin by using some sunscreen whenever you expose yourself to the sun, in this way you can prevent skin discolouration, photoaging and skin cancer, sun protection should be done daily even when you are not on the beach.
To attenuate and prevent spots or uneven pigmentation of black skin, specialists recommend vitamin C, since it is a great antioxidant that favours the disappearance of skin spots and provides an illuminating effect.
Beauty routine for black skin
The beauty routine for black skin should include cleansing, exfoliation, hydration and protection with the right products; a good cleaning, good hydration and sun protection, to protect your skin from hyperpigmented spots.
Cleanse your face with mild products
Clean your face when you wake up using soft products that remove all the fat that the skin of the face produces when sleeping, for this use a facial cleansing gel or opt for a more complete product such as micellar water.
Exfoliate your face every week
You do not need to exfoliate your skin every day, by doing it twice a week you will be able to control the overproduction of sebum and eliminate impurities from the pores, which in most cases are the culprits of acne in this skin tone and type.
Apply a moisturizer
Black skins tend to have a greater loss of water, so they dehydrate easily and in cases they become dry, that is why it is necessary to hydrate and nourish them by applying a light moisturizer that contains ingredients that favour both hydration and moisturizing
By not using the appropriate products could cause Hyperseborrhea so you should choose non-comedogenic moisturizers. (A comedogenic product is one that produces imperfections, blackheads, pimples, pimples because it clogs the pores of the skin)
Protect your skin from the sun
Use a sunscreen with SPF 50 preferably and in case of being very exposed to the sun, use long-sleeved blouses and wide-brimmed hats to protect yourself.
Routine for the night
Clean and remove make-up from your face
The nighttime beauty routine begins with cleansing the face, using gentle, oil-free products to allow the skin to breathe. Avoid oily makeup removal products and opt for water-based ones such as micellar water or makeup remover wipes, because dark skin produces more sebum and creamy cleansers can stimulate its production.
After removing makeup, wash your face to remove impurities. Apply a facial toner to restore PH and refresh your skin. Finish with a moisturizer at night. A natural and inexpensive beauty tip is to apply an aloe vera (aloe vera) mask; Aloe Vera contains properties that regenerate the skin and visibly improve scars.
Well friends I hope this information and advice that I share will be helpful to you, you can leave me in the comments if you liked it or which routine you prefer to do.
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