Our skin is unique, so it makes sense that your skincare routine should be too. We all have our own skin concerns which we want to concentrate on – be it your eyes, lips, spots, blemishes, or even wrinkles. Listen to your skin and find the right products for your needs, to incorporate into your routine. Here are some ideas on what you might want to incorporate into your personal routine:
• If you’re prone to blemishes popping up without warning, keep a spot stick handy which you can apply to the blemished area throughout the day. Our Simple Skin Rapid Action Spot Zapper is gentle yet effective at targeting spots and helping reduce redness while you’re on the go.
• Are fine lines or wrinkles something a concern for you? We can't turn back time, but you can make small, visible changes to improve the look of fine lines and wrinkles. Moisturising frequently can help the appearance of your skin and smoothing it out too. Serums are super concentrated, moisturising formulas. If you feel like your skin needs an extra boost of smoothness, add a serum to your routine, before applying your moisturiser.
• For eye concerns such as dry and sensitive skin in that area, try using an eye cream to help soothe the delicate area around the eyes and keep it moisturised. Put a small amount on your ring finger and gently dab in the cream around the eye area. Then use gentle sweeping upward movements to rub in the cream and help moisturise the area. You can do this until the eye cream is fully absorbed.
• Masks are a great addition to any routine. You only need to use them once a week, but there are great benefits to using them, plus they are a good excuse to treat yourself to some pampering time! For enlarged pores, blemishes, or simply for an extra deep clean sensation, apply a mask after your Deep Cleanse step.
• Do you often get dry lips? Try applying a lip balm any time your lips feel dry as this is a sign that your lips need moisture. Applying lip balm at night can help prolong the effects of it, as there are fewer things to make your lip balm come off, like you licking your lips or drinking.