Sugar Baby Skin Care

By Alexis G

Aug 03, 2016

Let’s face it, part of being a Sugar Baby is maintaining a certain look. Now, while that doesn’t mean that every Sugar Baby has to look like a model but it does mean that Sugar Babies are expected to take care of themselves. Many women rely on makeup to keep their skin looking flawless, but with just a bit of effort your skin can look amazing every day, even when you skip your foundation. If you follow the Sugar Baby skin care rules you will be able to say “I woke up like this,” in no time.

Never, Ever Sleep in Your Makeup

I know it’s tempting to want to wake up with your face already contoured, but letting makeup sink into your pores over night is a big mistake. Nighttime is when your skin renews itself and it can’t do that if it’s covered in makeup, sweat and other grime that your skin picks up during the day. Just like you wash your body every day (I hope) you need to wash your face every day as well.

Tip: keep a stash of makeup wipes next to your bed for those times when you get home late from a night out with your Sugar Daddy and are too tired to function.

Wear Sunscreen Everyday. Seriously.

It might seem like overkill especially when you spend most of your days indoors, but sun damage is real. Even small amounts of sun exposure can cause irreversible damage so it’s important to protect yourself. If you don’t want to add yet another step to your morning routine grab a moisturizer or foundation that has SPF already added.

Exfoliation is Key

Exfoliating helps get rid of dead, dull surface skin and reveals the fresh, glowing skin that is underneath. Although your skin naturally sheds itself it happens at a much slower rate so using a gentle, exfoliating scrub once or twice a week will help speed up the process.

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It’s common for young women to believe they don’t need to start worrying about their skin until they hit their late thirties, but that is a big misconception. The younger you begin properly caring for your skin the less likely you are to develop wrinkles, age spots and sun damage all of which are very difficult to reverse.