FOREO Reveals How To Kickstart 2020 With A Skincare Diet
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 06, 2020: While everybody is busy debating New Year’s diets, Swedish skintech brand FOREO wants you to take note of the only resolution you need to know as you head into 2020: The skincare diet.
Unlike regular diets this is super simple to incorporate into your daily routine, doesn’t require sacrifices of your favorite foods and has amazing benefits for the skin.
Based on the premise of N-Beauty - the skincare phenomenon hailing directly from the Swedish company’s homeland - it involves stripping skincare back to basics to achieve the best skin of your life.
Minimalist routines are on the rise following the skincare fad reaching fever pitch. Seven out of ten dermatologists comment that now, more than ever, they are seeing frustrated patients who are trying dozens of products and spending hundreds of dollars all with a lack of results.
How to kickstart the skincare diet?
For bespoke skincare guidance, FOREO recommends seeing a dermatologist, however, if you are feeling overwhelmed by excessive amounts of products, the Swedish skintech powerhouse says that there are certain steps you can take to get your skincare diet underway in 2020:
“Our research shows that the secret to good skin is simplicity,” comments Dalia Fernandez, FOREO’s Product Development Manager. “Cleansing is the foundation of any good skincare routine and doing it consistently will help you get the most out products you apply afterwards. This eradicates the need for layers and layers of skincare, ultimately saving you time and money whilst detoxing the skin from too many products” Fernandez concludes.
For the perfect cleanse, Celebrity Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Costi recommends the LUNA 3: “The LUNA 3 is perfect for prepping the skin before applying skincare products by removing 99.9% of all oil, dirt and sweat using revolutionary T-sonic pulsations that will extend deep into pores to gently shake loose residue that washcloths and non-sonic face brushes can’t reach.”