Anti-aging routine for the most lazy ones

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Anti-aging routine for the most lazy ones

In this article, we will show you the easiest anti-aging routine for the laziest ones in order to get the best skin ever, without having to completely "struggle" in the life.

But, first let’s see how lazy are you:

  1. You almost always remove the makeup and use a moisturizer
  2. Sometimes you remove the makeup and use moisturizer
  3. Too lazy to use something on your face

 

Level 1: You’re lazy, but not too lazy!

Use should add retinol and vitamin C in your skincare routine! Retinol slows down the skin’s aging process by increasing collagen production and decreasing collagen breakdown. It also smooths the wrinkles, while preventing new ones from forming. Vitamin C, on the other hand, protects the skin from environmental damage that can cause dark spots, wrinkles, inflammation, and discoloration of the skin.

 

Level 2: You’re kinda lazy!

You should use an anti-aging moisturizer that contains a small amount of retinol in it! Retinol can speed up the skin’s production of new cells, which can result in the smoother, brighter, softer, and less-wrinkled skin. Remember that this is the best anti-aging ingredient possible. Additionally, retinol-spiked moisturizers tend to be gentler than pure retinol formulas, so you can get away with applying once every other night, before switching to every night.

 

Level 3: You’re the laziest of the laziest!

You should use treatment of glycolic acid at least once a week. Glycolic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid - AHA, that can speed up the cell turnover and treat acne, fade dark spots and scars, and smooth out wrinkles and fine lines. However, glycolic acid is nowhere near as effective as retinol because it can only reduce the baby fine lines, and won’t do anything for the deeper wrinkles, but it's better to use something than nothing at all, right?


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