Today, you can see numerous skincare and beauty ingredients promising to make your skin look radiant and youthful. As a result, you add some of these popular ingredients into your routine. The problem is that some can harm your skin, especially when paired with another compound. Some products, on the other hand, can enhance the effects of other ingredients. To give you a better view, here are some dos and don’ts of mixing beauty products.
I have to admit it — I spend way too much time scrolling through TikTok. Especially considering that I’m nowhere close to being a Gen-Z member. It’s a great way to distract myself when I feel the need to, and I also learn a lot about what’s trending at the moment. But there is one interesting thing that I have noticed — TikTok trends and skincare shouldn’t be mixed. The risks are much higher than the potential benefits.
Azelaic acid probably isn't the first or even second thing that comes to mind when you think of trending skin care ingredients. Who are we kidding? Most of us don't know that it's a part of skincare. Even I, as a self proclaimed skincare fanatic, haven’t been looking too much into this ingredient. Sure, I have heard some great reviews about Ordinary’s Azelaic Acid 10% suspension. However, it never intrigued me enough to spend the money on it.
I switch up my skincare routine for every season. I know that this makes me slightly low-maintenance, and some would even say that it’s absolutely unnecessary. However, I would have to disagree.
I have to admit something slightly embarrassing. I’m obsessed with finding out what the skincare routines of different celebrities look like. I just can’t help it! It’s so interesting to get an idea about what they use on their faces in their free time, and if they actually have some knowledge about skin and skincare.