This is my first article and i'm so excited.
What better to start than skin care. Because i think it's so important to take care of yourself, be it from outside (hair, skin, nails, body) or inside (eat healthy, drink water).
DISCLAIMER: I'm not a professional, but these are the things that work for me.
Also, my native language is spanish, so bear with me if i write something wrong.

First thing first, it's really really important that you take off your make up. Then you can cleanse your skin. By doing this, you are going to get rid of all the dirt and oils that will clogged your pores.
If you are really tired, you can skip the cleanse and go to bed, but don't do it a whole week (for example) because the skin could experience a combination of severe redness, dryness and irritation from insufficient hydration.
Look for one that is sulfate free.

This is going to remove the barrier of dead skin cells clogging the skin and uncovers fresh new cells below. This opens the way for moisturizing products to penetrate more deeply into the skin.
But do not overdo it, the times (per week) you will do this depends on the product you are using and your skin type.
There are two types of exfoliators, chemical and physical.
The chemical one is more gentle, better for sensitive skin.
The other depends on the size of the grain. The larger the grain, the more harsh it is on the skin.

I know, this is so cliche, but you have no idea the differences that can make if you dont drink enough water and eat healthy.
I'm not saying that you can't eat fries, or pizza. Go ahead, do it, you can't forbid yourself from those temptations. But do not eat everyday like that.
You are going to feel "heavy" and have less energy.
The more you eat healty, the more is going to notice from the outside. After all, you never heard the saying, are we what we eat?
An advice for drinking water, try to drink it with cucumber, with lemon, with orange, with strawberries, etc. It has another benefitials that plain water, and taste really good.

Depending on how you feel, what you want, exist all kind of masks.
In this case, we are looking for a radiant, dewy skin. If you are not feeling like buying a mask, try using ingredients that you have in your home, like honey. But be careful with the DIY's that you found out there. If the diy mask contains lemon, for example, do it at night or use sunscreen, to avoid dark spots
I suggest doing a mask once a week.

I swear on this product. This are some of a benefits that you can get:
+It helps to prevent skin discolorations.
+It slows down the development of wrinkled, premature aging skin.
+If you have dark skin, you are prone to develop discoloration, so be careful.
+If you have acne, also be careful.

That means, not procrastinating till 4 am, or getting 5 hours of sleep.
Sleep deprivation causes a decrease in blood flow to the skin surrounding your face. Skin becomes dull.
Another thing you should keep in mind is a silk pillowcase, a humidifier, sleeping in a dark and a little cold room, you can use essential oils such as lavender.

Another things you should do:
-Do not touch your face: you are going to deposit all the dirt (from your hands, phone or other things that can make contact with your skin) into your skin and get into your pores.
-Be careful with the products that you are using in the shower (conditioner, shampoo), they can clogged your pores.
-Let your skin be, do not touch your pimples. And if you can't resist, be hygienic.
-Avoid using hot water in your face whe washing it.
-Try to be gentle when drying, pat dry with a tissue or a clean microfiber towel, try to be hygienic.