COVID-19 has forced everyone out of their normal routines, including beauty and self-care routines. When restrictions ease and life gets back to a “new” normal, you might be wondering how to get back to your beauty routine. Here are some tips to help you get back to feeling like your old self.
Schedule a hair appointment: Is it time for a trim? Do you need your roots colored? Make an appointment now to secure a spot at your salon or barbershop. These businesses might not be open right now, but they’re scheduling appointments, and slots will fill up fast.
Wear your sunscreen: Don’t let spending time indoors make you forget about the dangers of UV exposure. Get back into the habit of wearing sunscreen every day. That way, you don’t forget to do it when you’re out and about.
Schedule a facial: Have you been giving yourself at-home facials? Why not treat yourself to a professional facial that will help you destress and relax?
Create a sleep schedule: Have you been staying up late and neglecting your sleep? Lack of sleep has a direct effect on your skin’s health. Go to bed earlier and stick with a sleep schedule to keep your face fresh and those baggy, dark eyes away.
Use moisturizer: Wearing a mask for even an hour a day while running to the grocery store can irritate and dry out your skin. Keep your skin well-moisturized to prevent chafing.
At Cortiva Institute Massage Therapy & Skin Care School, we know you want to look and feel your best no matter what life throws at you. With the recent public health crisis, it’s more important than ever to practice self-care. Taking care of your skin and destressing help you face the day and feel better.
Our massage therapy and skin care schools train individuals every day to have a rewarding career as massage therapists and estheticians. We prepare our students for careers in private practice, spas, health and fitness facilities, and more. If you’re interested in learning more about our massage therapy and skin care programs, visit us online at https://www.cortiva.edu to learn more about our classes, campus locations, and how to apply.