Most of these products are on Sephora which is currently having their Spring Bonus Sale. Click on each product directly to shop. If an item wasn’t available at Sephora, I found the least expensive version on the internet. My skin profile is: dry cheeks, oily T-zone, and sensitive skin.
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Lastly, these are products I use a couple times a week. I use this clay mask twice a week (on Wednesday and Sunday night). I mix it with natural Apple Cider Vinegar. It has helped my acne immensely. If I find that I have a pimple forming, I’ll use a pimple patch. This has been a game changer too since it helps me from picking at my acne. If I have a small pimple, I put a patch on, sleep with it on, and take it off in the morning. I’m not entirely sure how it works, but it seems to suck up all the nasty stuff, and the pimple is almost gone in the morning. Lastly, if I take my makeup off in the afternoon and want to clean my skin, I’ll use Belif’s foam cleanser.
Here are some of my tips that have really made a difference:
- See a dermatologist. If you’re struggling, have this be your first step. They can prescribe medicine that helps.
- Wash your face every morning and every night. Don’t be lazy and no exceptions. Pretend like it’s your job.
- Drinks TONS of water. Applying moisturizer is not enough. You need to hydrate from the inside out as well.
- DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE AND DON’T POP YOUR PIMPLES. Seriously, try this for 1 week and you’ll see immediate changes. This was hard for me to learn.
- Try one product at a time. It might make you break out, and if so you’ll know it’s that one direct product so you can remove it from your routine.
- Wash your makeup brushes regularly. If they’re not clean, they can make you break out.
- Give your face a break from makeup. Don’t wear it every day.
- Know that skincare can be expensive, but it’s worth it. You can help your aging by taking good care of your skin while you’re young. Buy a few products at a time or buy during sales so it doesn’t break the bank.
- Try samples! Sephora, Birchbox, and similar programs are great ways to find new products and test them without buying a full size.
- If you break out, don’t sweat it. Medicine, your period, hormones, or seasonal changes can do crazy things to your skin. I find that the more I stress over this, the more I break out.
If you have any products you love, feel free to leave them in the comments below! Everyone’s skin is different so some of these products may not be best for you. Skincare is something you need to play with and find what works best for you. It takes time, but it’s worth it!