What is the difference between skin and face?

Skin is the outer layer of tissue covering the entire body, while face specifically refers to the front of the head from forehead to chin.
The skin on the face is very delicate and sensitive, making it important to protect from damage. It can be damaged by exposure to sun, wind, extreme temperatures or harsh chemicals found in some beauty products.

To keep your face healthy and looking great there are a few steps you should follow. The first step is proper cleansing of the skin. This means using a mild cleanser twice daily that will remove dirt and oil without irritating or drying out the skin. After that apply an SPF moisturizer with at least 15 UVB protection so youÂ’re protected from damaging UVA/UVB rays during the day time hours when exposed to sunlight.

At night it’s best to use different products as well as they can help repair any damage caused during the day while also providing nourishment for healthier-looking skin overall. A good nighttime routine would include removing all makeup with an oil-based remover followed by a gentle foaming cleanser as needed, applying an antioxidant serum like Vitamin C which helps improve tone and texture, then finishing off with a hydrating cream for extra moisture throughout the night. Finally make sure not to forget about exfoliating once or twice weekly which helps clear away dead cells leaving behind softer smoother more evenly toned complexion!

-The skin on the face is up to 10 times thinner than anywhere else on the body.
-Your facial skin has its own unique microbiome with a variety of beneficial bacteria that help protect it from infection and inflammation.
-Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, like sunlight, can cause premature wrinkles and age spots in your facial skin.

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