Developing an effective skincare routine takes you one step closer to achieving the clean and clear skin you’ve always wanted. The next step is being consistent with it, which will put you on a path to a radiant, smooth, healthy skin. Who doesn’t want that?
As I’ve mentioned numerous times, if you want a healthy radiant, acne free skin or face, developing a skincare routine with natural, organic remedies is the way to go. This protects you from the further damage that those chemical-filled commercial skincare products will do to your skin.
To be able to formulate the type of skincare routine that’s best for you, you have to first of all know your skin type. You should know whether you have an oily skin type, dry skin type, combination skin type or normal skin type.
The type of care for these 4 types of skin differ. So it’s best to use the best procedure for each skin type, to avoid further complications, and for the regimen to work effectively.
With that being said, here’s my typical daily skincare routine. I have an oily skin type and I have acne-prone skin.
My typical skincare routine.
- I wash my face with CNS Anti-Blemish Face Wash
- I lather the soap and rub it all over my face.
- Leave it on my face for a minute.
- Then I wash it off in the shower.
- I pat my face dry and apply my Oil Control Face Tonic
- After the toner, I apply my Vitamin C Serum.
- Then lastly, I apply a mineral sunscreen lotion.
- And I’m good to go.
Night time routine
At the end of the day, my skincare routine is a little bit different from the morning routine. This is because of my wearing make up all day, plus all the sweat, and unseen dirt or particles that stick to your skin through out the day.
- I wipe my face with a non-comedogenic face wipe.
- Then I wipe my face with my Balancing Face Tonic.
- After the exfoliation and showering, I apply my face toner.
- Then I apply Vitamin Face Serum and
- Face Restore Acne Cream
- That’s it for the night time routine.
You can also follow this routine for combination skin type but cut down the exfoliating to a couple of days a week. If you have a dry skin type, cut down on the exfoliation to once a week because it can dry out your skin if you do it too often.
What do you think of my daily skincare routine? Do you have a different routine that you use? Share with us in the comment section.