Keeping your skin looking soft, smooth, and healthy can be a real confidence booster, and it all starts with a good skincare routine. …read moreSee less
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Which face wash is best for oily skin?
When looking for a face wash for your oily skin, look out for ingredients like hyaluronic acid to hydrate your skin.
Whilst that may seem counterproductive, oily skin can actually be caused by dehydration, as your skin starts to overcompensate for the lack of moisture by producing too much oil.
Other beneficial ingredients for oily skin are niacinamide, retinol and salicylic acid.
Does facial cleanser remove makeup?
A good facial cleanser will usually be enough to remove your makeup, as long as you’re massaging it into your skin properly and rinsing thoroughly.
To remove your eye makeup, however, you should use an eye makeup remover or micellar water that is safe for use around your eyes.
Does serum go on before or after moisturiser?
Your skincare routine should start with the lightest formulas followed by the heavier creams.
That means your serum, which will generally be a thin formula, should go on before your moisturiser, which will be thicker.
This is so the active ingredients in the serum can penetrate your skin and you can reap all the benefits.
When should I use moisturiser?
Moisturisers are one of the most essential components of a skincare routine, but when is the best time to use them?
Always use a moisturiser after cleansing or washing your face for a boost of hydration that will prevent your skin from drying out.
Generally, using a moisturiser once in the morning (along with SPF!) and once in the evening is a good benchmark.