According to Bharat Bhise, using something new can be very exciting, especially if it’s a product that can make you look prettier. However, not all skin products are the same, and it’s better to be on the safe side than to build regrets. Let’s see what you need to know before trying a new skincare product.
1. Know your skin – Before you start buying new skin care products, inspect your skin. Skin care products generally fall into four broad categories. They are designed for normal, oily, dry and combination skin.
You need to know your skin type to choose the right product. If you have no skin problems and your hydration levels are regular, you have normal skin. On the other hand, people with dry skin will have tight skin that is more prone to flaking and flat lines.
Oily skin is generally oilier than other types and more prone to breakouts. Combination skin types can have normal or dry cheeks with an oily nose, chin and forehead.
2. Read the ingredients – After determining your skin type, it is time to choose skincare products suitable for your skin. Read the ingredients to find out if the product will solve your problem without unwanted side effects.
For example, if you have oily skin, look for products containing salicylic acid to fight acne. On the other hand, people with dry skin should look for products with more glycerin, antioxidants, olive oil, and hyaluronic acid. These ingredients provide the skin with a moisture barrier and all-day hydration.
The ingredient list can also be given if a product does what it says. For example, if a product is marketed for spot treatment, it should contain more neem oil, tea tree oil, azelaic acid, and other such ingredients. Reading the ingredients also allows you to look for products that may cause an allergic reaction on your skin.
3. Skin test – You’ve done your research and chosen a glowing product that’s right for your skin tone. However, there is no need to be too quick with the application. Instead, test the product on an inconspicuous part of your skin.
For example, you can apply the new product to a small patch on the inside of the elbow and wait 24 hours for adverse effects. If there is no reaction, move on to another, more delicate piece of skin. For example, apply the product to the back of your ear and wait 24 hours.
It is also important to remember that some products can create strange sensations when applying a product. For example, products containing salicylic acid or vitamin C can create a tingling sensation upon application and this is normal. Keep these things in mind when trying out your new skincare product.
Bharat Bhise suggests that you inspect your skin type before buying a product and read the ingredients on the label. Also, be sure to test a new product on a small, inconspicuous area of your skin.
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