Top 5 Rules on How to Build a Skincare Routine for Beginners | Teen Beauty Bible
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And today we have another special video for you beginners, especially, out there! So we asked on our community what you guys find hardest about making your own skincare routine! So we bundled up five top rules to make sure when you’re creating your own skincare routine Once you get through this video, you’re not gonna have a hard time making your own, special, skincare routine.
Hi Nice to meet you! Nice to meet you too! My name is Bella Troy and I’m sixteen years old. I want to ask you what is your skin type? My skin is like super sensitive. So I have to be careful what I put on my skin.
Can you tell us about your skincare routine if you have one? I actually do have one but it’s like nothing. So I just after I wash my face, I just spread some mist on my face and then squirt some aloe vera and then.
.. just splatter on all over my face. Yeah, that’s it. Really. For you, what’s the most difficult part about skincare? I don’t know what ingredients that will suit my skin best. So that’s the trickiest part.
Today, we’ll learn about how to build your skincare routine So enjoy and have fun! Five rules on how to build a skincare routine So let’s dive into the top five rules about creating your own perfect skincare routine.
Rule one: let’s not mess up the orders. So we have talked about the specific orders. You should keep within your routine We have mentioned the steps of skincare routine previously and a lot of you guys asked must we follow these orders? the answer is yes.
Not only does this make your skincare routine easier, but it also helps your product to work more effectively on the skin. It’s simple if you think about it this way. Always start off with a light watery texture and build up to the more thicker and creamier textures.
This makes sense because this will help the products absorb into your skin effectively. So the most basic routine will look something like this: after cleansing, toner, serum, then cream. So then what if you guys want to add sheet masks, wash-off masks, exfoliation, and eye cream? If you want to use the sheet mask it is good to use it after the essence or serum step but If your serum or essence is a lot thicker than most serums and essences, then go for it after the sheet masks.
Add eye cream after the serum step and before the creams. As for exfoliators, if it’s a scrub type use it after cleansing and before toner. If it’s a chemical exfoliator use it as the very first step of skincare and you could even replace your toner, or use it right before your toner application.
Rule number two: separate morning and night time routines! Not only does our morning and night time schedules look very different, our skin conditions are very different as well. It is best to keep these two routines separate.
So A: the morning routine focuses on removing the dirt and impurities or the skincare left over from the night before and starting your face off with a clean new start. Also it’s important to hydrate and keep your skin moisturized.
So the steps would be cleansing but using a gentle cleanser, toner, serum, a cream and a must must must! Sun lotion. When cleansing in the morning, make sure to focus on removing the dirt and impurities that might have built up throughout the night while you were asleep and the skincare that you’ve applied the night before.
Remember to keep it gentle and mild. Next step, toner! Toner is a must for all skin care routines. If your skin feels dry then make sure to layer the toner. Third! Serum or essence. Using a hydrating and moisturizing serum will help you keep your skin moisturized throughout the day.
Fourth, cream! Use a lightweight textured cream to perfectly create a barrier to lock in the moisture. Five, sun lotion. A must remember skincare step. You guys have to apply sun lotion. It is very important.
B: night routine. So night routine is when you have to get rid of all the impurities that built up, as well as all the makeup and sunblock, the sebum that you have underneath, the clogged pores, etc, etc.
So the basic steps will include cleansing, a double cleanse, a toner, a serum, optional but a wash off mask or a sheet mask and then a cream, a sleeping pack, or a night cream. First, cleansing. Unlike the morning routine you guys have to do a double cleanse.
So maybe, you know, use the oil cleanser and then a gentle foaming cleanser, to kind of get rid of all the makeup and sunblock that you have piled up on your face. Second, toner. Toner isn’t very different from the morning step.
Use toner to moisturize your skin after cleansing and help for the application of future skincare routine steps. Third, serums step. So this you could kind of experiment on, so this you can kind of experiment on.
Instead of just using a lightweight serum, go for something that targets your skin care concerns. It could be wrinkles, lightening, you know, hydration, etc. Just make sure to absorb it in perfectly before the next step.
Now fourth: mask. Now, another special but optional step. So it’s really good to try out different types of masks for your skincare concerns. When you have more time in the evening, if you’re going to use a sheet mask, You use it after the serum step.
And if you’re gonna use a wash off mask, then put it in before the essence serum step. Last step: cream. So like the step in the morning routine, the cream step is usually to help lock in all the skincare routine that you just applied on your face.
Using a sleeping pack or a night cream helps lock in the moisture as well as add nutrition to the skin. And remember, there are certain ingredients that makes your skin more sensitive and irritated if you use it in the morning step.
So here are some ingredients that we recommend you use at the night instead: Vitamin C. And AHA. These ingredients are really good for exfoliation, but we recommend you use it in your night skincare routine because during the day your skin is exposed to UVA and UVB rays, which makes your skin more susceptible to sun damage.
Rich moisturizers and facial oils! So all skin types vary and different skin types produce different amount of oils But most of the time our skin produces more sebum and oils during the day. So reach for a lightweight cream and lightweight serum during the day and go for a more nourishing and hydrating cream during the night.
Three: know your skin type to curate product and usage time. Knowing your skin type is very important in creating your own routine. If you don’t know your skin type check out our video where we help you find out your own skin type.
Depending on your skin type, the amount you should use, the amount of times you should use, the amount of times you should use, changes! So make sure to check it out. Rule number four: some ingredients are just too good to forget.
Regardless of your skin type, there are certain ingredients that your skin will just love. So it is very important to keep these in mind when choosing products. A, Antioxidants: vitamin C and vitamin E.
B, skin replenishing ingredients: Hyaluronic Acid, Glycerin, Amino-Acids and Ceramide. C, skin restoring ingredients: peptides! And here are some ingredients for you guys to remember according to its function.
Rule number 5: Be aware of the clashes. So if you check out our series of do’s and don’ts on Wishtrend TV, You can see the certain do’s and don’ts of some ingredients. So make sure to check it out. Now here are some ingredients that are good to use together and that are not.
Ingredients that are good to use together: vitamin E & vitamin C. And ingredients that you shouldn’t use together: vitamin C and BHA or AHAs. How did you like today’s tutorial? At first it was difficult, but the more you take care of you rskin the better it gets So I think it’s important! And I think I learned from it.
Among the steps, which step did you like the most? I like the foam cleansing, because I usually use the ones that you have to squirt out and that does make fine bubbles, But, this one pumps out as form and it’s very easy to use.
And I think it is very good for my skin because it’s smooth So I like that one of the best 🙂 Do you feel like you have a better understanding of skincare now? Of course! I used to only do two steps but I think I should take care of it more.
I never knew there were this much to do! But I think I should follow this because it’s good more my skin. Thank you for watching Bye So thank you guys for watching another episode of Teen Beauty Bible.
Today, we talked about the five things you should remember when creating your own skincare routine. We are always open to suggestions, so leave them down in the comments below, or in the community, and we’ll be back with another Teen Beauty Bible video to help all your skincare concerns.
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