It’s not honestly a matter of good genes or to have a skincare product- your daily habits have a huge impact on what you see in the mirror. For your products to be efficient, you need to apply them in a order. But relying on which product reviews you read or dermatologists you consult. Every time you consult someone new, you would get a different opinion. The number of opinions a dizzying, from how to moisturize to which product effects the most.
Here’s what you need to make a note to sort through all the words.
Your routine will depend on your skin type, the elements and formulations of your products.
The three main steps in your skincare regime;
- Cleansing: Cleaning or washing your face.
- Toning: Managing the balance of the skin.
- Moisturizing: Keeping it hydrated and softening it.
The simple aim of any skincare routine is to maintain your complexion so that its works at its best, repair past the superficial damage. Also, to target the areas you want to work on your skin. Your skin needs turn with age, so does your skincare products. But it’s not about creating perfection, but the skincare routine is a moment to notice changes within yourself. Allow these three steps into your daily rituals that enrich your skin and root your day.
Skincare is a process that takes time.
There are skincare products that are way too advanced but still somehow; there’s no such thing as a prompt fix. You need to invest time and be consistent to reap the benefits. In general, you would need to use a product twice a day, regularly for six weeks to notice a difference.
Additionally, with any skincare product you use, try applying it in order of their consistency. Start from the thinnest as the thin ones won’t be able to penetrate through the thicker ones. Start from cleanser, then go on toner if you use, next comes the serum and then the moisturizer.