Everywhere I go people are asking me what is the pure skin care plan to follow? Is there even such a thing? Sorry to disappoint you, but if there is such a thing, I don’t know what it is.
Let me be the first to say, that there is no perfect anything in this world let alone skincare routines. It varies greatly between individuals. There are so many components that come into play such as the person’s skin type, whether they have acne, blemishes, or any other skin marks or conditions, etc.
Another thing that may affect a person’s selection in skin care products is whether they have undergone a surgical procedure of sorts recently. If you are taking other skin care products at the moment, sometimes the preparations will clash with other products.
If you are a adult female and you are in the premenstrual stages, it may also affect your skin to varying degrees. Another thing to consider is the seasonal changes and the differences in requirements that these changes bring with it.
For instance, skincare in the winter time is majorly different from the summer’s. During the winter times your skin will probably be more dry or normal and you will most likely need to use moisturizers to keep your skin soft.
And during the summer months you will need to worry about things such as tanning lotion and using cleansers and exfoliators to clean off sweat and debris that gathers up when you are in movement.
Some people opt for vitamin C formulations to improve the health and youthfulness of their skin while others may use glycolic acid if there are signs of blackheads appearing. Salicylic acid is an option individuals use during the four stages of a menstrual cycle. Generally speaking, try using exfoliation to remove dead skin cells and to make room for new skins to grow out.
As you can probably tell by now, there are a wide selection of skin care products on the market catering to every imaginable need. The most important thing is to sit down and ask yourself what you need now, and also in terms of prevention of things like wrinkles or blemishes in the future.
It is suggested to speak with your dermatologist before following any skin care routine. Also you should take counsel with a professional if you plan on changing your routine very often or seasonally. This way you can save time, money, and also prevent any number of mistakes and mishaps that could adversely affect your skin- rendering all your efforts outdated.
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