No, skin care includes taking care of the entire body. It involves keeping the face, hands and other exposed areas clean and moisturized to maintain healthy skin.
It also involves eating a balanced diet, drinking plenty of water and getting enough sleep.
It is important to make sure that your skin care routine is tailored to suit both your individual skin type and the environment in which you live. For example, if you are living in an area with high humidity levels, it may be beneficial to use heavier moisturizers than someone who lives in a dryer climate. Additionally, those with sensitive skins will need to take extra care when selecting products as some ingredients can cause irritation or inflammation.
There are many different approaches when caring for the body’s largest organ – the skin but there are a few essential steps that should always be incorporated into any good skincare routine: cleansing, toning and moisturizing. Cleanse twice daily; once in the morning and then again before bedtime using warm water and gentle cleansers designed for face or body use depending on where theyre being used. Follow this up with toning using either alcohol-free toners or specifically formulated facial wipes that help remove dirt without stripping away natural oils from the face (or other areas). Finally make sure to apply a light layer of oil-based moisturizer after cleansing/toning as this helps keep moisture locked into cells whilst protecting them from environmental factors such as windburn or sun damage during peak exposure hours.
In addition there are several other things we can do for our skin health; exfoliate weekly (using physical scrubs like sugar or salt) as well as chemical peels; wear sunscreen on exposed areas whenever possible; avoid smoking cigarettes; drink plenty of water throughout each day etc… All these activities help us maintain healthy looking glowing skin while also preventing premature ageing signs such wrinkles & fine lines due to increased cell turnover rates caused by regular exfoliation!