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If you have very small pores, feel your skin tighten immediately after cleansing, and are prone to fine lines, then you most likely have dry skin.

Step 1: Cleanse

Dry Skin

Cream cleansers are the best choice for dry skin as they won’t strip the skin of natural oils, and won’t leave your skin feeling tight. Try: SKIN- Ann Webb Coconut Water Cleanser

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

Dry Skin

Serums are great at combating fine lines that often plague dry skin. At night choose heavier moisturizers that seal in hydration. Hyaluronic acid is a wonderful protective barrier. Feel free to add a few drops of oil to your moisturizer to boost hydration, especially at night.

Try: Vitamin B or Vitamin B3 Serum

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

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