5 Skin Care Resolutions You Can Actually Keep In 2014

As we get our feet wet in 2014, there’s one thing on everyone’s mind: Resolutions. Whether you’re pledging to spend more time at the gym, eat healthy or save money, the best way to make resolutions is to make small adjustments that you can actually commit to instead of giving your life a total makeover.

Because better looking skin is at the top of every girl’s wish list, we compiled 5 healthy habits you should pick up to help perfect your skin in 2014. Upgrade your skin care regimen below!


Wash Your Face! 


The is no way getting around this. Going  to bed with makeup on doesn’t only ruin your pillow cases, but it can lead to a future of nasty pimples. While you’re asleep your body heals itself internally and externally, so do your skin a favor and allow it to totally repair itself without your MAC foundation getting in the way.

If you’re lazy when it come to removing makeup, keep some makeup wipes handy. Try Yes to Grapefruit Brighting Facial Towelettes, followed by a deep pore cleanser to get your face ready for bed.


 SPF. Never Leave Home Without It.


Applying sunscreen is one of the most important steps towards healthy and better looking skin. The sun’s harmful rays can cause premature aging, skin cancer and other frightening health issues you would like avoid. So to keep your skin looking it’s best wear SPF 15 or higher on both the face and body.

Do you tend to breakout from using sunscreen? Give Neutrogena’s break-out free SPF a try.

Moisturize. Moisturize. Moisturize.

s351841-main-LheroEven us girls with oily skin need to moisturize. Without proper moisture, the skin gets dehydrated and produces even more oil to compensate.

A Clean Brush Is A Happy Brush.

We can not stress enough about the importance of keeping your makeup brushes clean. Pesky bacteria can buildup in makeup brushes and lead to unwanted breakouts. Make it your business to clean your brushes every week.

Drink Lots Of Water!


The one thing your body and skin can never get enough of is water. If your skin is not getting the sufficient amount of water, the lack of hydration will make your skin dry, tight and flaky. And dry skin leads to wrinkles. Take a break from coffee, and grab a bottle of water to quench your thirst.

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