When Should You Start a Skincare Routine?

The best time to start is NOW! Prevention is key. The sooner you start, the less likely you will be concerned about wrinkles and you can delay the onset of aging effects for much longer. Our skin is constantly under attack from toxins, sun damage, and free radicals in the environment. Especially for youth who spend a lot of time in the sun, at the beach, and playing sports, it’s never too early during your teens to start following a routine. Signs of aging like fine lines will begin to creep up in your mid-20s, much earlier than most people expect.

To Start

Keep it simple so it’s easy to maintain. Once you’ve built good habits and have a steady routine, you can incorporate more steps and products. Here are the three basic steps everyone should have, and a great starting routine for newbies and teens.

1. Cleanse

Cleanse the skin with a gentle facial cleanser morning and night to help fight against acne. Excessive oil build will clog pores making way for pimples and scarring

2. Moisturize

Another important step in anyone’s skincare routine is to moisturize, as all skin loses moisture during the day. Using a moisturizer day and night will keep your skin hydrated and delay early wrinkles

3. Protect

Always use sunscreen! UV rays are harmful and can cause you to suffer from sunburn, dehydration, and early wrinkling, as well as other serious conditions like skin cancer or melanoma. Don’t let cloudy days fool you, as UV rays can still cause damage to your skin.


Brightening Exfoliating Antiseptic Soap Trio

Day Radiance Face Cream

In Your 20’s

In your 20s and onwards, you can incorporate a few more products, such as serums and exfoliating treatments. Here are some extra steps you can add to your existing routine

1. Exfoliate

Exfoliate with a gentle scrub or use a liquid exfoliant. Only use 1-3 a week to prevent irritation and stressing out your skin

2. Tone

Add a toner to balance your skin after cleansing. Soothing and hydrating toners refresh your skin and prepare it for serums and moisturizers

3. Treat

If you have specific concerns, you can add a treatment serum. There are serums for anti-aging, redness, fine lines, acne, large pore, and more. Depending on your concerns, the treatment serums will vary such as hyaluronic acid for dry skin, salicylic acid for acne, vitamin C for hyperpigmentation, collagen for fine lines, etc.


Skin Repairing & Clarifying Serum

Extreme Argan & Carrot Oil Dark Spot Corrector Serum

Give your skin the care it deserves! Avoid experimenting with products often, skincare takes time to work, and constantly switching products can have counteractive results. Commit to a skin care regimen with a well-rounded kit of products that deliver the results you want. Invest in your skin and start your routine today if you haven’t already!

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