1. Clean your skin. Choose your skin cleanser based on whether your skin is dry or oily. If you have dry skin, choose a mild cleaning agent (such as Dove, Cetaphil, or Aveeno soaps or cleansers) and avoid products such as toners, which contain alcohol. For oily skin, choose a soap that removes the oil and clean your skin more frequently throughout the day.
I use wash water with apple cider vinegar or pinch of Vitamin C powder, left over tea bags and lemon.
2. Protect your skin from the sun. Choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher and wear it every day. Higher SPFs are useful if you plan to spend hours outdoors, but if you spend most of your time indoors, SPF 30 is generally sufficient. If you have sensitive skin, choose a sunscreen product designed for sensitive skin.
I use sunblock SPF 30.
3. Treat your skin’s particular needs. For dry skin, there are plenty of effective and inexpensive moisturizers from health food stores or you can also DIY.
I moisturize with Vitamin E, Vitamin A, and coconut.
For face mask, I mix honey, coconut oil and baking soda.