It’s good to take care of your skin because it’s the most exposed part of our body, and it is an indicator of one's health.

The skin is composed of three layers: epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous connective tissue. The epidermis is the topmost layer that produces new cells for the epidermal layers. The dermis (or corium) provides strength and elasticity to the skin. And finally, subcutaneous tissue which can be fat or muscular tissue depending on body size and genetics.

Primary benefits of taking care of your skin: you may sleep better at night, and you will feel more comfortable in your clothes.

Skincare helps you to maintain a healthy and youthful appearance. The benefits of skincare are huge; they can help relieve stress, tighten pores, and balance oil production. Your skin needs a daily dose of hydration or it will suffer from dryness and premature aging.

Here are some easy ways to manage your skin: drink plenty of water, use sunscreen when you go out in the sun, exfoliate at least twice per week, wash your face every day with a gentle cleanser, moisturize in the morning and at night with a moisturizer that is right for your skin type.

Skin care can be seen as a way of making your skin look better as it helps to remove dirt, oil, and makeup residue. It also helps to even out the skin tone and texture by removing any discoloration or inflammation.