Skin care is essential for everyone. I recently got into skin care, but I’m still working on perfecting my routine. As someone who has sensitive skin, I’m hesitant to use anything with harsh chemicals. I prefer a more a natural route. It’s important to remember that, like most things, your skin is unique to you. So, it may take some time to find what works best for your. However, I do think you can’t go wrong with natural ingredients and talking to a dermatologist if you can. Without further ado, let’s talk about skin care.
Witch hazel is a cult favorite. It’s used in many toners because it’s hydrating, but it’s also capable of controlling oils in your skin. When purchasing witch hazel, make sure it’s alcohol free! I would recommend Quinn’s Witch Hazel because it’s alcohol free. You can choose between lavender and rose. I personally prefer the rose, but that’s just me.
We’ve talked about the benefits of green tea before. It’s great for your internal health, but green tea extract can also help with certain skin issues. If you have trouble with inflammation and redness, try looking into green tea creams. They do come a little pricier than regular creams; however, Bonajour does sell a reasonably priced cream.
I might be the only person under sixty to enjoy liquorice. Unfortunately for me, the candy kind doesn’t so much for your skin. If it did, I would find plenty of excuse to eat a whole bag. Products containing liquorice can help with uneven skin tone by regulating the production of melanin. This is not a skin lightener, which we would never support. Hyperpigmentation occurs when certain damaged areas are producing too much melanin due to sun damage. Liquorice extract and sunscreen can help clear it up!
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