Each year, I learn more and more about myself and my skin! Testing products and trying out new hacks allowed me to understand what really works for me! Of course, along with the trial, there’s bound to be error here and there! It goes without saying, but not all things worked for me. Still, I learned a lot just trying anyway! I change up my skincare based on 2 main factors: my skin’s current state and the weather. So, resetting my skincare routine is pretty common for me. I wanted to share my process with you so that you can cater to your skin whenever you feel it’s time to click that skincare reset button! Check it out below!
~Tory’s Tips for Resetting Your Skincare Routine~
Assess You Skin
Take a few moments every day to see how your skin is doing. Just take note. No action needed at this point! Assessing your skin will help you narrow down what you want to address and also start the brainstorming for healing your skin. And while you’re doing this, never forget to love yourself!
Narrow Down Your Skin Goals
Once you’ve assessed your skin and narrowed down what you want to focus on, think about your skin goals. Everyone has different goals when it comes to their skin. Maybe it’s being more moisturized, fixing up redness or getting rid of dark spots and blemishes. Whatever it is, knowing your main goal will help you find the right products for your routine. I’ve also realized it’s great to focus on hydration first and foremost! Luckily, sheet masks are super convenient for that :D
Incorporate Products Based on Ingredients
This is key! Think about what ingredients your skin likes and what ingredients are known to be perfect for your specific skin concern. I know my skin loves Oats Extract, Rice Water, and Royal Jelly!
If you need more help, check out FaceTory’s Ingredient 101 series if you need extra help!
Once I figure out all that, I begin my research on skincare products that can help me! Don’t forget to patch test new products and remember to always be gentle with your skin!
I hope these tips help you! Thanks for reading and I’ll see you in the next blog post!