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Best routine for problematic skin - tweens, teens and even adults!

Hey! Are you tired of dealing with breakouts, dull skin, and uneven texture? It's time to step up your skincare game and get that clear complexion you deserve. But where do you start? Don't worry, we've got you covered with the lowdown on the best skincare routine for you.

First things first, let's talk about skin types. Just like how everyone's personality is unique, your skin has its own unique characteristics too. There are four main skin types: oily, dry, combination, and sensitive. To figure out which one you have, pay attention to your skin after cleansing. Does it feel tight and dry, or is it shiny and oily? Does it break out easily, or is it always red and irritated? Once you know your skin type, you can choose products that will work best for you.  

Next up, let's talk about the key steps in a skincare routine. These steps include cleansing, treating, moisturising, and protecting with SPF. Here's a breakdown of each step: 


  1. Cleansing: This is the first and most important step in your skincare routine. Cleansing removes dirt, oil, and makeup from your skin and prepares it for the rest of your routine. Use a gentle cleanser that's suitable for your skin type, and avoid using hot water, which can strip your skin of its natural oils.
  2. Treating: This step is all about targeting specific skin concerns like spots, dry patches, dark spots, or reddened skin. Use a treatment product (serums, spot creams etc.) that's suitable for your skin type and skin concerns. For example, if you have blemish-prone skin, look for products with salicylic acid.
  3. Moisturising: Moisturising helps hydrate your skin and lock in all the good stuff from your previous steps, this could be a day or night cream. Use a moisturiser that's suitable for your skin type and apply it evenly over your face and neck.

Protecting with SPF: This step is crucial for protecting your skin from harmful UV rays (including irritating spots) and preventing premature aging. Use a broad-spectrum SPF that's suitable for your skin type and apply it every day, even on cloudy days. If you only have a SPF moisturiser, you can still use this at night, moisturising is better than not moisturising and the spf won’t harm your skin.

Finally, let's talk about ingredients. Not all skincare ingredients are created equal, and it's important to choose products with ingredients that will work best for your skin type and skin concerns. Here are some of the best ingredients to look for:


  • Salicylic acid: A type of beta-hydroxy acid (BHA) that's great for unclogging pores and treating acne.
  • Niacinamide: A form of vitamin B3 that helps regulate oil production, improve the skin's natural moisture barrier, and brighten the complexion.
  • Glycerin: A humectant (preserving moisture) that helps hydrate the skin by attracting water from the air.
  • Hyaluronic acid: A humectant that can hold up to 1000 times its weight in water, making it great for hydration.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that helps brighten the complexion and protect the skin from harmful free radicals.

In conclusion, having a consistent skincare routine is essential for maintaining healthy, radiant skin. Start by figuring out your skin type, and then follow the key steps of cleansing, toning, treating, Moisturising, and protecting with SPF.

Check out our products today, and see how we incorporate these ingredients into our range to help you achieve clearer and healthier skin.

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