5 Hottest Skincare Products Worth Trying | Clozette

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Beauty starts from within, is emphasized by your skincare routine, and then further amplified by your makeup routine. Makes sense, right? That's why you should be committed to your skincare products and routine as they will help sort out your everyday skin problems. If you want to amp up your skincare arsenal, then these 5 products should be added to your list. 


Read on to know the 5 hottest skincare products you need to try right now!


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Argan Oil 



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Argan Oil is extracted from the fruit of Morocco's Argan tree that was first used in hair products but has now found its way to various skincare products. It has conditioning and anti-aging properties that keep our skin revitalized. And yes, it smells amazing too.

Jeju Volcanic Ingredients



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An ingredient that has been making quite a stir in the skincare market hails all the way from Jeju Island in Korea. It is the home of Jeju volcanic ingredients that have been proven effective in removing sebum and other impurities. It exfoliates dead skin cells, smooths out the skin, has a cooling effect, and contracts pores! What more can you ask for?



Sleeping Masks



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This stuff puts the "beauty" in "sleeping beauty" because you can literally sleep while having it on your face. Apply it as the last step in your skincare routine on days when your skin is feeling dry and dehydrated. Wash it off the morning after and you'll notice that you've awoken to fresh, hydrated skin. 



Anti-Aging Products


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We all want our natural glow and youthful skin to stay, which explains why more and more anti-aging products and ingredients are found in most skincare products. Because prevention is better than cure, brands have been introducing various technologies and ingredients for products to be effective for all ages and skin types. You can choose from moisturisers, serums, and even makeup. Most products now come with the anti-aging ingredients that we need!



Tea Tree Products



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Tea Tree products are loved by most skin types as it is a natural alternative to Benzoyl peroxide, an ingredient found in most acne products. It is effective in solving acne problems by killing the bacteria, reducing inflammation, getting rid of dead skin cells. Plus, it is much more affordable than most acne products in the market. 



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We cannot deny that being under the sun is quite enjoyable; but too much sunlight can be hazardous to our skin. The sun emits ultraviolet (UV) rays that cause dry, wrinkled, discoloured, and leathery skin. It's also the culprit behind skin ageing, sunburn, and serious long-term problems such as skin cancer and cataracts. If you don't want to experience any of these, then you must start protecting your skin as early as now!


Watch this skin tip video and learn from skin expert Dr. Joyce Lim about protecting yourself from the sun:




Now that you know more about the importance of sun protection, read on for more tips on how you can take better care of your skin!

Look For The Right Sunblock



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There are tons of sunblock out there--even makeup brands have added SPF to their formula; but nothing beats the sun better than a dedicated sunblock lotion. Make sure your sunblock has at least an SPF of 50 and is clinically proven to nourish and hydrate skin while protecting you from sunburn. Also, it should be formulated with micronized Titanium Dioxide as it absorbs quickly and leaves no filmy, white residue. Lastly, it should be non-greasy, non-irritating, and fragrance-free. 



Apply Sunblock From Head To Toe 



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Aside from wearing hats, sunnies, and such, the best way to protect yourself is to apply sunblock. We're talking about applying sunblock for both the face and the body--because the sun is literally everywhere and you have to protect your skin from it. 



Add Sunblock To Your Daily Skincare Routine



We all have our holy grail products in our skincare routines and it's about time to double check those items and exchange them with something that has at least SPF 15 or more for the face, and SPF 50 or more for the body. So yes, make it a habit to apply sunblock daily, especially if you're going out between 10am to 3pm because that's when the sun is at its harshest state. 


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Oops! Before you apply that mascara, are you sure it's still safe to apply it on your lashes? You may not be aware of it but you might be doing harm to your face because your makeup is not in its prime condition. No matter how pretty your makeup may look and apply, don't forget that these products also need tender love and care.


Here are 4 makeup no-nos we should watch out for.


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Sharing Your Makeup and Tools



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No matter how much we love our BFFs, it's still a big no-no to share our makeup with them. This also applies to makeup tools such as our brushes, sponges, and lash curlers as well. It's just unsanitary. Doing so will transfer bacteria from her face to your makeup and eventually to your face. 

Not Cleaning Your Makeup



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You read that right-- "makeup", not just "makeup brushes". Every time you open and use your makeup, you expose them to bacteria. So it's essential to clean the makeup you use regularly. Use antibacterial facial wipes to clean the container, wands, and cover. For the powders, creams, and eyeshadows--spray rubbing alcohol on the top layer of the product and wipe it clean with tissue so you can eliminate the bacteria resting on top. Let it dry for a few minutes and you're done! 



Not Keeping Track Of The Dates



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Unlike food, makeup companies are not required to put the expiration dates on their products; but most of them do so anyway to inform their customers. Here are the standard expiry dates of most makeup: lipsticks lasts 2 years, glosses 1 year, mascara 2-3 months, liquid face makeup 6-12 months, and powder makeup 1 year. The countdown starts once you've opened the product.  



Not Storing Them Properly



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Storing makeup properly not only keeps your vanity table organized, but it also keeps your makeup clean and prevents the products from deteriorating. Makeup is best stored in room temperature. However, if it's too hot and some of your products are melting away, store them inside the refrigerator or at a cooler area in your room to keep them intact.



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