RECOMMENDED SKIN-CARE REGIMEN FOR EVERY SKIN TYPE
This is the most common skin type, part oily and part dry. The T-zone (nose, forehead, and chin) is oily most of the day, with occasional clogging, while the cheeks feel dry. The oily parts of the face may contain blackheads or blemishes while the perimeter of the face is usually clear.
Step 1: Cleanse
Foam cleansers are a great solution to cleansing different areas of the skin. They are effective at cleaning oily skin without drying out other parts of the face.
Step 2: Tone
All skin types
Everyone can benefit from adding a toner into their daily routine. Some cleansers are on the acidic side, which is more in line with our skin’s natural pH. A toner applied with a cotton round after cleansing can rebalance our skin back to the desired 5.0-5.5 pH, which fights bacteria and premature aging.
Try: SKIN- Ann Webb Rooibos tea (glycolic clarifying toner)
Step 3: Moisturize
Take note: it’s OK to apply two different moisturizers to different sections of your face if you can’t find the right moisturizer to meet the needs of your whole face. During the day a moisturizer with sunscreen is a good choice, while at night you will most likely want something more hydrating for the dryer areas, like jojoba or sunflower oil.
Try: Rosehip Seed oil or Simplers Botanicals Facial Treatment oil
Bonus- SKIN- Ann Webb Brilliant Peptide(restorative eye complex)
Step 4: Exfoliate
All skin type
Don’t skip exfoliation! Scrubs are a wonderful physical exfoliant and can be done 2-3 times a week. Be careful of overdoing a chemical exfoliant, as it can dry out the skin and cause peeling and dehydration.
Try: SKIN- Ann Webb Lavender Silk powder scrub
Step 5: Protect
All skin types
You also need sun protection. If you have oily skin you’ll want to go with a lighter SPF. Generally the higher the SPF, the heavier the sunscreen feels and the more likely it is to clog.
Try: SKIN- Ann Webb Pomegranate daytime protection moisturizer
MASKS *Theraneem-Purifying Mask *Collective well-being Charcoal Mask