Top Tips to Maintain Skin Health at Home

With beauty salons and spas closed due to the coronavirus curbs, you might find yourself stuck at home without your regular facial treatments that help to enliven the face and complexion.  

Starting to see your skin turn dry and dull? Are the acne or pigments you got rid of long ago resurfacing?  

Do Not Panic! We recommend some ways to maintain skin health at home, on top of regular exercise and a healthy diet. 


    Hydration is a fundamental building block for healthy skin cells, which will deteriorate rapidly without adequate hydration. 

    It comes in two forms: The water you drink and the topical moisturiser you apply on your skin. 

    Water molecules that you drink automatically fill up the natural hyaluronic acid molecules in our skin. 

    This process provides essential hydration and nutrients to skin to keep it plump and healthy. 

    However, mere hydration may be inadequate, especially in aged and sun-damaged skin. 

    This is when topical hydration agents such as a moisturiser and a hyaluronic acid serum may be used. 

    Apply your regular moisturiser even when you are at home, especially if you are going to be working in air-conditioning all day. 


    You may not be using make-up at home, but do not get lazy in cleansing your face thoroughly. No regular facial for a few weeks should not be disastrous to your skin as long as you do proper cleansing twice a day.

    Choose a cleanser that is suitable for your skin type. For oily or acne-prone skin, consider using a foaming cleanser. For aged skin, go for cleansers that are more moisturising, such as a cream-based cleanser. 

    To keep things simple, Eumora beauty bar works for all skin types, feeding your skin with nutrients from Moor mud and MicroAlgae, creating beauty inside out. Eumora takes away the confusion of knowing which cleanser to use for which skin type. 


    Although you are at home most of the time, do not forget your sunscreen when you go out to buy your lunch or to exercise. 

    For those at home, the sun's ultraviolent (UV) rays do still come in, especially if you prefer good ventilation and have windows open and curtains drawn. 

    Sunscreen protects your skin from UV damage, pigmentation formation and skin cancer. 

    Even a brief exposure to the sun can cause some damage to your skin. 

    Choose a sunscreen with both UVA and UVB protection, and with SPF 30 and above. 

    Also, wearing a mask does not protect your skin sufficiently from the sun. You will still require a good quality sunscreen if you do not want skin pigmentation. 


    Sometimes, basic skincare combining a moisturiser and sunblock may still not be good enough, especially for mature and sun-damaged skin. 

    A useful skin cleanser to add on is Eumora beauty bar as it provides skin health, not just skin care. Eumora works inside out and not just on the outside. 

    The Moor clay in Eumora is a potent natural all-rounder for skin health. It detoxifies, heals, calms, prevents infection and benefit skin issues such as skin pigmentation, wrinkles and large pores. 


    Do not underestimate the power of adequate rest, which is important in keeping skin healthy. 

    When you sleep at night, your skin starts repairing itself - a process that produces more collagen and elastin that keeps skin more youthful. 

    Having enough sleep also keeps our stress hormones under control, which directly benefits our skin because stress hormones typically cause acne breakouts and pigmentation formation. 

    Chronic lack of sleep causes skin to dry, wrinkle and age quicker. Combine this with dark circles and eye bags, and you will look old and tired. 

What do you do to keep your skin healthy in these trying times? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • Terri M Carlson

    When are you having a 2 for 1 sale?? I and many others are looking forward to it.

  • Owen

    Thank you for your feedback! Look out for our Mid-Year Sale coming this July!

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