Tiktok Skin Trends to Follow

Tiktok Skin Trends to Follow


Tiktok has been creating a lot of trends lately, and one of them is called skin flooding.

What is skin flooding?

Skin flooding is a process of applying products with varying ingredients and delivery methods to the outer layers of the skin in order to ensure that it's saturated with moisture. 

It helps to minimize the  appearance of your pores, reduce the visible signs of aging and improve the overall health of your skin. Skin flooding can be carried out using a special product called moisturizer or an oil-based cleanser.

This article will help you understand more about why skin flooding is so beneficial to your face and give some helpful tips on how to do it properly.

What are the benefits of skin flooding?

If you want to keep the balance on your skin, regardless of your age, skin tone, type, concern it's all about skin hydration.

Both moisture and hydration means more glowing skin, but also when applying extra hydration you can temporarily plump out fine lines and wrinkles.

You will also notice that your skin is firmer, dewy and boosted with clarity.

Natural skincare products such as GIG Hydrating Cream and GIG Moisturising Cream  are great option for you to try as they contain Tara tannis and sunflower seeds that are rich in healthy fats and vitamins.

GIG Hydrating and GIG Moisturising Cream


How to start skin flooding?

It is recommended to make the skin flooding once per week, before going to bed. 

Start with step 1: Cleanser

Clean your face with water and/or a gentle cleanser.

Step 2: facial mist or a toner

To restore dehydration, use a mist /a facial spray (Evian facial spray for example).

Step 3

Apply a serum on a damp skin.

Step 4
Finally, seal all that hydration in with a moisturizer. We recommend one made with natural  ingredients like ceramides, lipids, shea butter, tara tannis, antioxidants.  The last two can be found in  GIG Hydrating Cream, a daily moisturizer specifically made for relieving dryness and protecting against environmental stress.



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