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If you're like me, you may stumble across numerous 'Holy Grail' skincare threads on r/SkinCareAddiction, or watch Holy Grail product reviews on YouTube. (Anyone else watch every new video from Liah Yoo, or SACHEU? What all these discussions have in common, is how hard it is to find products that are truly Holy Grail status. In this article however, we'll do the heavy lifting for you, and list the best - so you don't need to spend hours researching.
Skincare can be expensive and time consuming, so it's important to have the basics covered. Make sure you aren't eating foods that you didn't know are secretly making it worse. To have healthy skin, you have to start with your diet. Which completely sucks. I wish having good skin just meant having a good skincare routine - but it's not that easy, is it? It is important though, as eating these foods can ruin your current routine, which is exactly what we don't want.
Oily skin can be SO ANNOYING. This is coming from someone that has had extremely oily skin for their entire life. I'm with you on this, I know your pain. No matter what products you use, you still end up with your T-zone slick with oil only a few hours after getting out of the shower in the morning.
wether you're a skincare noob, or skincare addict, the order in which to apply products can get confusing. Our bathrooms are filled with face oils, essences, spot treatments and sunscreens, all of which we're not 100% certain on their order. There's just TOO MANY products. Let's dive into a quick, surface level answer to the correct order.
This recommended routine has two steps, which should be done every day. Every day seems like a lot, but it only takes around 6 minutes. That's not much of a sacrifice for smoother, healthier, more radiant looking skin.
I feel like I've been in a battle with finding Holy Grail cleansers for most of my life. What ingredients do I need? Does oil cleansing work? How should it make my skin feel? Only recently however, have I felt confident in knowing the truth about cleansers.
How can you get rid of acne? What can you do to stop it? What causes acne? Lets clear this up.