Setting up quality skincare routine

How to Discover Your Perfect Skin Care Routine

Posted on - Thursday March 12, 2020
Picking right skincare for you

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Everyone should have a skin care routine. If you’re able to understand more about your skin, you’ll be able to tackle any issues your skin has and enhance the things you love about your skin. However, that’s often easier said than done. For some people, creating a skin care routine is much more difficult than it sounds. If you’re interested in building a skin care routine, here are the steps you need to take.

1. Determine Your Skin Type

The first thing to do is understand your skin type. Different skin types will need different types of care; for example, an oily skin type may benefit from a toner, but a dry skin type likely won’t. You need to be able to determine your skin type to create a basis for your skin care routine as a whole.

Typically, you’ll hear about four different skin types: dry, oily, normal and combination. The lines between these skin types can be a bit blurred, but overall, it’s a good way to build a foundation for your skin care routine.

2. Understand Your Skin Problems

Everyone has different skin problems, regardless of their individual skin type. For example, even people who don’t have serious dryness or oiliness may have redness they want to try and fix. Plus, if you don’t take care of your skin, even normal-type skin, you run the risk of having problems with it later. Your skin problems are entirely different from your skin type, and it’s important to acknowledge that.

These skin problems should form the second layer of your skin care routine. Do you have acne that you want to tackle? Do you have sun spots you’re interested in working on? Is your skin good now, and you want to keep it that way? Make sure you know what you want to target with your skin care routine so you can do it most effectively.

3. Prioritize Your Skin Care Needs

Sometimes, you might find that you’re not able to get through an hour of skin care in the morning. Even if your full skin care routine takes that long, you’ll want to create a priority list, so you can get the most important things taken care of first. What are the most important parts of your skin care routine? That’ll vary from person to person.

However, even with this variance, there are a few things you should always prioritize. It’s important to have some form of SPF protection if you’ll be out in the sun at all during a day, even if it’s just for a few minutes. You’ll also usually want to prioritize moisturizer, even for oily skin. Lastly, always remember to take off your makeup at the end of the day.

4. Purchase High-Quality Products

A good skin care routine can definitely be expensive. Many of the most quality products on the market are also the most expensive. That may make you rethink your whole routine and consider going for cheaper products instead of the products that will actually work.

If you’re looking for a skin care routine that actually helps your skin, you’re going to need to spring for high-quality products. True, that may mean you have to invest more money into your routine at the very beginning, but you’ll definitely notice the difference. Go with tried-and-true high-quality skin care products and build a skin care routine your skin will absolutely love instead of prioritizing your wallet.

Conclusion

 Setting up quality skincare routine

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Skin care isn’t always easy, but if you create a thoughtful skin care routine, you’ll start to notice your work very quickly. Skin care concepts offer a wealth of information that can definitely help you understand more about your skin and about how you can help other people with the same skin issues. If all this information has made you interested in helping out other people with skin care, get in touch with Ogle School to learn more about how the esthetics program can shape your future.

About the Author
Jeff Chiarelli

Jeff Chiarelli

Jeff Chiarelli is the Head of Marketing for Ogle School. His responsibilities include leading Ogle School's marketing and branding strategy to amplify Ogle School's passion for helping create future beauty professionals in the communities Ogle School serves.