Cleansers are an integral component of skincare routine, and should be tailored specifically for each of your skin types. Dry skin will appreciate a rich, moisturizing cream cleanser while those with oily skin should opt for gentle gel formulas which remove excess sebum and impurities effectively. Sensitive skin should prioritize cleansers that are both sulfate- and fragrance-free; those with combination skin may require something that addresses both oiliness and dryness simultaneously; finally this daily cleanser can gently lift off makeup without leaving skin feeling fresh and soft!
This micellar water serves both cleansing and toning needs in one product, leaving skin purified and mattified. Packed with charcoal that works to absorb excess oil while micelles gently lift makeup and dirt off your face for an experience that feels clean without overdrying it.
Micellar water offers an alternative to harsh foamy washes that can strip away skin, helping prevent clogged pores and irritation. It is particularly suitable for people with sensitive skin or those experiencing conditions like rosacea, acne or psoriasis.
Micellar water contains hydrating compounds such as glycerin that have been shown to help the skin retain moisture effectively. To use it, pump some onto a cotton ball or pad and gently swipe across your skin – either before applying serums, double cleansing routines or as part of midday pick-me-ups during workouts, camping trips or flights. Keep a small bottle in your bag for on-the-go refreshers during workouts, camping trips or flights if desired!
Face serum is often the centerpiece of any skincare routine, as its benefits range from smoothing wrinkles and brightening skin, reducing dark spots, reducing large pores, to providing essential hydration (just make sure it’s oil-free formula).
The best face serums contain ingredients that are both natural and clinically-proven, and can boost the efficacy of other products like moisturizers and oils. A face serum containing stem cells may promote cell renewal, collagen production, and overall complexion enhancement for an invigorated complexion; while formulas containing growth factors encourage healthy cell division to create more youthful appearance.
Dry skinned individuals should look for a serum containing hyaluronic acid to hydrate, while those with oily complexions should opt for lightweight solutions that don’t clog their pores. For large pores, try lightening serums containing retinol or alpha hydroxy acids which tighten and refine the complexion.
Moisturizers provide extra hydration to keep facial, ear and neck skin soft and supple. Moisturizers help prevent dryness by sealing in moisture with their application while still damp, which leaves it soft and silky smooth. Cleansers come in various formulas designed to fit every skin type; so it may take some trial-and-error to find what suits you. This nutrient-packed rich cream moisturizer hydrates with soothing botanicals, fatty acid-rich plant oils, hyaluronic acid and Bakuchiol (an earth-friendly plant-based alternative to retinol). Eco values : with Certified Organic ingredients to safeguard humans, animals and the planet alike.
Garrette Butler created this product after hearing everyone in her small Wyoming town ask, “what’s this in there?”.
Eye makeup can be one of the more challenging beauty tasks for newcomers. Even with all of the tutorials available online, it can still be easy to look like you dipped your peepers in Crayola crayons instead of applying professional-grade eye makeup. But experienced makeup artists know a few tricks that can make this easier:
Experts advise working by color, beginning with your lightest shade and moving towards darker ones for even application of all the hues, without needing to clean your brush too often. This allows for consistent coverage across the board without needing to spend extra time cleaning your brush every now and then.
Cream-based shadows differ from conventional powder shadows in that their pigments liquefy when mixed with an appropriate medium (a makeup setting spray, drop of oil, saline solution or water) to form an all-day wearable formula without irritating ingredients like carbon black, talc or FD&C dyes that could otherwise clog your lids. This technique makes these products an excellent solution for people with oily lids.
Lipsticks are one of the key components to any woman’s makeup arsenal and can completely change your appearance with just the right shade and some clever tricks.
Lipstick is composed of oils, waxes and pigments combined to make an easy application on lips. Wax gives lipstick its base; commonly used examples include beeswax, candelilla wax and carnauba wax.
Oils provide lipstick with essential hydration and prevent it from becoming dry over time, typically coming from vegetable, castor or lanolin oils.
Pigments give lipstick its variety of hues, from bold and dramatic hues to more subdued and natural tones.