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A 4 Step Morning Skincare Routine You Can Do Before Work [+ bonus step]

We all know the importance of a good skincare routine. Of course, as working women, we don’t always have – or take – the time for it. However, good skincare provides daily protection. Here is a 4 step morning skincare routine you can do easily before work. It will maybe take you 5 minutes extra but you will have a flawless face all day long and it will combat anti-ageing in the long term.

Morning skincare routine

Step 1: Wake up those eyes

Immediately beat the signs of tiredness around the eyes and fight the visible puffiness with the Roll-on Cryo Anti-Poches. The fresh texture and metal balls allow your eyes to wake up gently.

Step 2: Serum

Add a serum to your routine. 

 

Serums usually consist of a combination of water, oil, peptides and some other special ingredients and are formulated in a way they can penetrate deep into the skin.

 

Every morning, apply the revital antioxidant serum of Wiotech after you cleansed your skin.

Step 3: Combat wrinkles, fine lines and dark circles

As a busy career woman, you probably have to deal with long working days and short nights. 

 

Tiredness is immediately visible on your face. That’s why you need to take extra care of it to maintain your professional appearance and be preventive against ageing of the skin.

 

This eye contour cream visibly combats everyday eye contour concerns: wrinkles, fine lines, dark circles and puffiness that leave the eyes looking dull. Its smoothing texture is both fresh and comfortable. As a result, the eye contour is visibly rejuvenated, and the eyes are rested and bright.

Step 4: Hide the bags and dark circles

In the last step of your skincare routine, it is time to hide bags under and dark circles around your eyes.

 

This corrector of Sothys has a melting texture and is easy to apply. It adapts to all skin tones and instantly illuminates the eyes.

 

You can use this before you add your makeup or as a replacement for your concealer and/or foundation.

Bonus: a peeling

To keep your skin healthy, it is important that you implement a peeling on a regular basis (1-3 times per week).

 

A peeling removes dead skin cell and reduces fine pores and wrinkles.

 

After a peeling, the active ingredients from serums and creams you apply afterwards will be better absorbed by your skin. Otherwise, they first have to work their way through that dead skin cell layer. Moreover, your skin will feel much softer and have a nicer glow.

The products mentioned in the blog post are gifted. 

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In collaboration with Adephar, Sothys and Yapado.