Pre-Workout Skin Care - The 4- Step Guide


Working out without washing/ cleansing your face can make you breakout. The makeup, debris and dirt would mix in with your sweat and face producing oils, which would clog your pores and cause a havoc to your skin. Annoying right, I know! Like the amount of time we spend on our night routine isn’t enough!

But don’t worry, because Skin First Daily is here to simplify routines for us all, you can do it easily and quicker and have fabulous skin even after a work out session. We have devised this pre-workout 4 step guide to help you keep a clean and fresh face no matter how much you sweat at the gym.



Enjoy this descriptive video with product samples on the best and very well thought out guide to having and maintaining a fresh face pre-workout.

Enjoy the video.


List of products mentioned and recommended;


GARNIER Micellar Cleansing water

Mario Badescu Facial Spray With Aloe, Herb and Rosewater

CLINIQUE Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion

ALGENIST SUBLIME DEFENSE Ultra Lightweight UV Defense Fluid SPF 50


HOPE YOU ENJOYED THE VIDEO AND THE POST - LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS IN THE COMMENT BOX.

BUT TILL THEN…. HAVE A GREAT WORK OUT!

xoxo

Modiva

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