This simple guide will help you find the best daily skin care routine based on your skin type.

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Normal Skin

The best possible way to care for normal skin is to follow the basics every skin type needs:

  • Daily use of gentle, effective cleanser
  • Use toner, it will help you remove the dust, pollution, and impurities that can still be lingering after washing with a cleanser.
  • Exfoliate ones a week with a good and gentle exfoliating with Salicylic acid.
  • Always use sunscreen, prefer SPF 30 or greater.
  • It can also help to add some serum with antioxidants to your skincare routine. Even a normal skin still needs certain number of antioxidants to nourish it and help keep it protected from the environment.

Oily Skin

The following essential skincare guidelines will help you take control of your skin so you’ll see less oil, pores that appear minimized, and fewer bumps.

  • Cleanse: Use a water soluble cleanser twice a day. A soft washcloth or cleansing brush with ultra-soft bristles will be the perfect
    combination for your cleanser.
  • Tone: An alcohol-free toner with antioxidants is perfect for oily skin. Toners help skin renew, recharge and minimize the appearance of enlarged pores. It can be the only “moisturizer” for some people.
  • Exfoliate: Exfoliation is one of the most important skin care steps for oily skin to remove the layers that make the skin thick. Gently exfoliating is the only way to remove that build up and diminish clogged pores. The best exfoliating ingredient for oily skin is salicylic acid (BHA). Salicylic acid exfoliates not only the surface of your skin; but also inside the pore lining, thus allowing oil to flow easily to the surface, so it doesn’t get backed up and plug the pore.
  • Sun Protection: A sunscreen at least SPF 30 is essential for reducing the risk of early signs of aging and skin cancer. In the past, sunscreens were too greasy or too occlusive, nowadays there are sunscreens that help keep your skin matte.
  • Hydration: At night, choose an effective hydrating and skin-renewing gel or serum that is free of pore-clogging ingredients while giving your skin the essential antioxidants and skin-nourishing ingredients.




  • Products with drying or harsh ingredients, like alcohol, these products may make your skin feel less oily initially, but in the
    long term, using such ingredients only makes the problem worse.
  • Products that contain pore-clogging or emollient ingredients can exacerbate oiliness. As a general rule, ingredients that keep bar products in solid form (example: bar soaps or stick foundations), or that are present in emollient lotions and creams are likely to clog pores and look greasy on your skin. Instead of using creams or thick formulas, consider using only liquids, weightless serums, fluid lotions, or light gels.

Dry Skin

The main goals to reach with skin care is to restore hydration elasticity, fragility and reverse aged skin.

  • Drink water, remember, at least 2 liters a day.
  • Use a soft cleanser twice a day. For very dry skin prefer a bath oil. Use warm or ambient temperature water.
  • Skin start losing water 3 minutes after washing it. Try to apply your serum or cream before this value period of time finishes.
  • Use moisturizers and serums  with antioxidants, skin-nourishing, and skin-restoring ingredients. These are all the crucial elements skin needs to reconstruct itself, hold on to water, and feel supremely smooth and radiant.
  • Gently exfoliate.This will Help your skin to remove surface layers of dead skin as it would if it was hydrated and healthy is a fundamental part of any skincare routine. The most non-irritating, gentlest way to do this is with an alpha hydroxyl acid (AHA) or a beta hydroxyl acid (BHA) exfoliator.
  • Use non-fragrant plant oils, like Hyaluronic acid, that not only have skin-softening properties but they also can replenish skin with vital lipids and antioxidants that are gentle enough for skin prone to eczema.



  • Soaps
  • Products with harsh or skin-aggravating ingredients (alcohol, peppermint, menthol, mint, citrus, eucalyptus, and all fragrance)
  • Extremely hot or cold water. Abrasive scrubs and hard brushes.

Combination Skin

The main goals to reach with skin care is to restore hydration elasticity, fragility and reverse aged skin.

  • Start with a lotion-based or gel cleanser.The goal is to effectively remove impurities, debris, and makeup without leaving skin feeling tight or dry or greasy. You can use a very soft-bristled cleansing brushes.
  • Apply a hydrating, soothing non-irritating toner with skin nourishing ingredients and antioxidants. A good toner can help nourish dry skin and minimize oiliness at the same time and it won’t make the dry areas drier or the oily areas oilier.
  • Use a gentle, non-abrasive, BHA exfoliator (Salicylic acid).This is an optimal choice for gently but effectively exfoliating combination skin. A BHA exfoliator helps skin shed dead skin normally without abrasion, unclogs pores, lessens oily skin, and at the same time gently smooths rough, dry, flaky skin and revives a healthy glow.
  • Protect from sun damage.No skin type is exempt from the need of a broad spectrum sunscreen rated SPF 30 or greater. Prefer a light formula.
  • Use a night moisturizer with a gel, serum, or even a liquid texture all over your face with antioxidants. Vitamin C is a perfect option that helps calm skin, minimize excess oil on the skin surface, and improve dry areas, including around the eyes.


Now you are ready to start the best routine for your skin type!

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