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Cambodian Actress Mean Sonyta Describes Her Skincare Routine

Actress Mean Sonyta pays extra attention to the health of her skin, as her work requires to her to undergo many makeup changes and exposure to different weather conditions throughout the day. 

Once the day is done, Ms. Sonyta said she uses baby oil to remove toxins and dirt, and then goes back to a cleansing foam. She also applies scrubs and banana or potato peel weekly in order to get rid of dead cells and rehydrate the skin. 
Daily Routine
Ms. Sonyta cleanses her face twice a day using cleansing foam. She uses a moderate amount of the foam in the morning. However, a bit more work is needed at night, because she often spends a lot of time outdoors during the day, or wears long-lasting makeup.
The young celebrity uses baby oil to remove her makeup before washing her face twice with cleansing foam. The first wash is to clear away the oil and makeup; the second is to make sure there is no makeup left. 
"At night, we should remove all the dirt and makeup from our pores, because they need oxygen," Ms. Sonyta said. "If we do not clean our face properly, we could develop acne or pimples."
Choosing a Certified Label
With so many skincare products on the market, it has become difficult for consumers to choose. Ms. Sonyta advises choosing a label that has been certified safe, rather than unknown mixed lotions.
"Sometimes mixed lotions can give you a bright skin tone in a short period of time, but you have no idea what’s inside the cream and what will happen after you stop using it," Ms. Sonyta said.
"We cling to the idea that having a white skin tone is more beautiful; that’s why people turn to using mixed lotions. These can cause dark spots on the skin, which are hard to treat," she continued.
More importantly, she advised picking out products that help the skin and are bio-natural. For example, if you have dry skin, choose products that help rehydrate it. 
Daily Protection
Ms. Sonyta is known for her beautiful, youthful looking skin. She attributes this to always applying sunscreen to block out the sun’s UV rays, which can cause skin cancer and aging. The actress said she normally applies sunscreen before putting on foundation and other makeup.
"I would recommend using sunscreen with at least 50+ SPF before going anywhere and before putting any makeup on. This can at least protect your face from the sun," she said.

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