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  1. Normal Skin
  2. Normal Sallow Tired skin
  3. Normal moisture deficient skin
  4. Normal Wrinkles Sagging Skin
  5. Normal /Mixed Teenage Acne skin
  6. Dry Skin
  7. Dry Sallow Tired Skin
  8. Very dry Sallow Tired Skin
  9. Dry Wrinkles Sagging Skin
  10. Dry and Sensitive Skin
  11. Dry Sensitive Skin Wrinkles Sagging Skin
  12. Dry Rosacea skin
  13. Dry Rosacea Wrinkles Sagging Skin
  14. Dry Couperose skin
  15. Dry Couperose Wrinkles Sagging Skin
  16. Dry Keratoses (Sand paper rough like) Skin
  17. Normal & Mixed Skin
  18. Normal & Mixed Wrinkles Sagging Skin
  19. Impure Skin
  20. Impure Wrinkles Sagging Skin
  21. Oily Skin
  22. Oily Wrinkles Sagging Skin
  23. Impure-Mixed-Acne skin
  24. Oily impure Acne Skin
  25. Oily Blemish Skin
  26. Impure Large Pored Skin
  27. Impure Acne Scars Skin
  28. Normal Hyper-Pigmentation Skin
  29. Dry Hyper-Pigmentation Skin
  30. Normal-Mixed Hyper-Pigmentation Skin
  31. Impure Oily Hyper-Pigmentation Skin
  32. Normal - Mixed Hypopigmentation Skin


Special collection for Skin Concern Treatment

Everyone has had to deal with one skin issue or another at some point in their lives, whether it's acne, dryness, sensitivity, oiliness, discoloration or wrinkles. While it’s impossible to avoid or eliminate most of these issues entirely, you can take steps to minimize and manage them. Achieve the healthiest possible skin by developing a good skincare routine. You can also troubleshoot specific skin problems as they arise with the right products or medications. Finally, take care of your skin and your entire body by maintaining a healthy lifestyle.


Developing a Skincare Routine

1. Figure out your skin type.

The first step to perfect skin is to figure out a skincare routine that works for you. Everybody's skin is unique, so what works for another person may not work for you. Take a long, hard look at your skin and decide whether it's normal, sensitive, dry, oily, or a combination.

2. Wash your face twice a day.

Washing your face is super important as it cleans away dirt, oil, bacteria and traces of make-up that would otherwise be left sitting on your skin.

Stick to washing your face twice a day - once in the morning to cleanse any oil that has built up overnight, and once in the evening to remove any dirt and make-up from the day.

If you don’t use makeup, you may not need to wash your face twice a day.

Pin your hair back before you begin washing, to ensure that you have access to all the edges of your face.

To cleanse your face, splash your face with warm water. Hot water can be too harsh and drying on your skin, but warm water is perfect as it opens the pores. Squirt some of the cleanser into your hands and use your fingers to work it into your face using gentle, circular motions. Work up and out, starting with your chin. Make sure to cleanse your entire face and neck.

Give extra attention to the folds and crevices of your face, like the folds along the edges of the nose.

Then rinse your face with cold water (to close the pores), making sure that you get all of the product off. Use a clean towel to gently pat your face dry (rubbing is too rough on your skin). Or - even better - allow your face to dry naturally.

3. Use a cleanser that is suited to your skin type

When possible, try to avoid using cleansers that are scented, colored, or full of harsh chemicals, as these can be irritating on your skin, or just ineffective. When it comes to choosing products for your face, the simpler the better.

4. Toning

Toner is the most overlooked product in skincare, and the step that many people skip. And while it's not absolutely necessary in your skincare routine, toning has many benefits, such as removing dirt that cleansers leave behind, restoring your skin’s pH balance, and nourishing your skin. Toner can also help your skin absorb any products (like moisturizers, serums and sunscreens) that you apply afterwards.[2]

Most toners come in liquid form and are very easy to use. Simply squirt a little of the toner onto a clean cotton pad and gently swipe over the face and neck. Leave the toner on the skin. There's no need to wipe it off.

If you have blemish-prone skin, use toners containing beta and alpha hydroxy acids, which exfoliate the skin.

If you have dry skin, opt for moisturizing toners containing vitamin E or aloe vera.

If you are looking for anti-aging benefits, use toners containing anti-oxidants (to repair the skin) and retinoids (to combat wrinkles).

If you have dry or sensitive skin, avoid using alcohol-based toners, as these can be too harsh and drying.

5. Apply moisturizers

 No matter what your skin type, moisturizing is one of the most important steps in any skincare routine. Moisturizers hydrate the skin by holding water in the outermost layer of the skin. They also protect the skin and improve skin tone and texture. However, like with other skincare products, the moisturizer you choose will vary greatly depending on your skin type.

If you’ve used a toner, give your skin a few minutes to dry before applying moisturizer.

People with normal skin should opt for a water-based moisturizer which will not upset the skin's balance. The moisturizer should feel lightweight and non-greasy on your skin. Moisturizers for normal skin usually contain lightweight oils such as cetyl alcohol and cyclomethicone.

People with dry skin need a heavier moisturizer for deep hydration. As a result, moisturizers for dry skin are usually oil-based, which is better for locking moisture into the skin. Look for particularly hydrating ingredients such as grape seed oil and dimethicone (a type of silicone oil).

Oily and blemish-prone skin still needs to be moisturized, especially if you tend to use drying cleansers and toners. Look for very lightweight, water-based formulas, and choose products that are labeled "non-comedogenic" which means that they won't clog pores.

Sensitive skin requires a very simple moisturizer that won't irritate the skin. Avoid colored or scented moisturizers and steer clear of any products which contain acids. Instead, look for soothing ingredients like aloe vera, chamomile and cucumber.

Aging skin tends to dry out easily, so look for a richer, oil or petroleum based moisturizer. You should also look for added benefits of ingredients like antioxidants, retinoids and alpha hydroxy acids to plump out the skin and minimize wrinkles.

6. Peeling - Exfoliate regularly.

Regular exfoliation sloughs off dead skin cells and leaves skin fresh, smooth and glowing. That's why it's important to exfoliate at least once a week, or more (depending on your skin type).

However, many people make the mistake of believing that exfoliation means scrubbing skin to within an inch of its life. This is untrue and can actual be harmful to your skin, as intense scrubbing or rough exfoliators can cause micro-tears in the skin.

Skin (especially the skin on your face) is sensitive and requires a little more love and care than people tend to give it. Therefore, if you decide to purchase an exfoliating product, choose one with small beads, not large granules.

Alternatively, you can buy cleansers with exfoliating ingredients like alpha hydroxy acids which remove dead skin cells without the need to scrub. Or you can simply use a clean, damp washcloth to gently rub your face - this works as well as any product and is pretty cost effective!

Another option is to invest in a cleansing and exfoliating tool such as the Clarisonic, which has a rotating brush for thoroughly cleansing the face and cleaning out pores.

A final exfoliation option includes making your own face scrub at home. This is so easy to do and can produce results as good as any store-bought scrubs, while ensuring that you expose your face to only natural products. Try mixing brown sugar and olive oil, baking soda and water, or any other homemade face scrub ingredients.

7. Always remove your makeup

It may sound like the simplest thing in the world, but you should never underestimate the importance of completely removing your makeup every single night. It's a pain, and there will definitely be nights when it's the last thing you'll feel like doing, but your skin will thank you for it!

If makeup is left on the skin overnight it can clog the pores, while also denying skin the opportunity to repair itself from the stresses of the day. This opens the door to blackheads, breakouts, excess oil and all manner of undesirable issues!

In addition, makeup can trap free radicals that your skin is exposed to during the day. If your skin is not cleansed properly at night, these free radicals remain on the skin. This is not good, as free radicals break down collagen in the skin, leading to fine lines and wrinkles.

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