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Skinimalism

Updated: Jul 12


Nurish Skinimalism
Nurish loves Skinimalism


On December 24, 2021 I posted a short blog

on "Why is natural beauty so much more attractive". At that time the buzz word Skinimalism was unknown. Now, it is the trend. What does Skinimalism mean? Simply it means going back to nature. Not suffocating your skin with unnecessary coverings and "cakes" in such a way that your skin cannot breath. The idea is not to use excessive products and not to hide or alter your natural skin. As dermatologist Dr. Joshua Aeichner states, "It is a positive movement focusing on skin health and embracing the skin you're in. With a less-is-more approach, you can give your skin what it needs without worrying about hiding any flows."


HERE ARE SOME SKIN ROUTINE STEPS YOU CAN DROP


Toner

Toners are not essential. Unless you have used a toner and find out that it does make a big difference, you can drop the toner.


A Heavy Overnight Mask

Heavy overnight masks are generally oily and comedogenic. If you are acne prone, it will make your complexion worst. Don't use it if you don't need it.


Foundation

Even though not a skin care item, it will fall under the no-makeup look which can fall under the Skinimalism topic. Try to keep your pores clear by not using foundation.


HERE ARE SOME SKINIMALISM ROUTINES


Cleanser

Cleansers are important in a skin care routine. They are essential for removing dirt, grime, and pollutants that have built up on the skin's surface during the day.


Exfoliator

Exfoliators help clear the skin from dead skin cells and enhance new cell generation. Nurish's Exfoliating & Brightening Gel exfoliates without using harsh abrasives or chemicals.


Moisturizer

An all natural daily moisturizer that is designed to penetrate all 7 layers of the skin, can keep your skin hydrated all day and prevent dryness. Nurish Moisturizing Cream is 100% Natural and Organic and it is designed to hydrate your skin all day and night.


Sunscreen