8 Early Morning Habits That Could Be Killing Your Skin

We all want a face with a healthy glow. Little do we realize, small things can kill the skin. So many of our daily routines are keeping us from looking our best. The problem is we don’t even realize it. But have no fear, there’s something you can do about it right now!

In today’s video, we’re talking about 8 Early Morning Habits That Could Be Killing Your Skin. Is applying sunscreen hurting you? How about bathing in warm water? What about getting rid of zits? We’re talking about all that AND more…

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Getting rid of zits
I know, this is going to be a tough one, but popping zits is one of the few morning habits to avoid if you want to improve the appearance of your skin.

Applying sunscreen only when the sun is shining
Sunlight exposure causes ultraviolet radiation, which is the primary cause of skin cancer.

You’re exfoliating your skin too much
When you wake up after a good night's sleep, you should avoid stripping your skin of its natural oils.

Bathing in warm water for longer than necessary
A hot shower in the morning may be soothing, especially when it's cold outside, but it may damage your skin.

Using dirty makeup brushes
Cleaning your makeup brushes on a regular basis should also be a part of your skincare regimen.

Skipping breakfast
The most important meal of the day is breakfast! While everyone is aware of this, the majority of us are guilty of missing breakfast.

You maintain the same skin care regimen
Good skin care is important at any age, and good practices in your twenties and thirties help strengthen and prepare your skin for aging later in life.

You drink way too much coffee
It’s good to have a cup of coffee. It keeps you on your toes, and wakes you up in the morning.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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