As someone who dealt with severe acne for years, skincare is something that I’m hugely passionate about. I use to actually joke that with all my time researching skincare, I could be a dermatologist at this point.
So yes, if you’re looking for skincare tips that work, but that aren’t overly complicated, you’ll find everything you need. Trust me, you don’t have to spend a lot of time or money on your skincare in order to have flawless, glowing skin. Let’s get your the skin of your dreams, shall we?
My Best Simplified Skincare Tips
This is the most important blog post I have on skincare, because it’s the one that helped my completely clear my severe acne. And yes, when I say severe acne, I really do mean severe. I didn’t just have a pimple here and there. I really struggled with acne, and these are the four tips that now allow me to have clear skin.
This best-selling CC Cream might be a makeup product, but it has so many skincare properties in it that I had to include it here. It’s basically a 2-in-1 product. You get amazing, natural, flawless coverage, but you’re also nourishing your skin with all the skin-loving vitamins and nutrients that you need for glowing skin.
I wrote this article in the winter when we all tend to deal with overly chapped lips; however, chapped lips can happen all year round. If you’re dealing with chapped lips, I highly recommend checking out this article. I use this lip treatment every night before bed, and my lips always feel supple and smooth. It’s a game-changing skincare product that every woman should have in her skincare routine.
No doubt that skincare can be overwhelming. That’s why I focus so strongly on simplified skincare tips, and this post in particular is the master list to help you simplify your skincare routine. In it, I tell you my favourite skincare products, but I also go over the exact skincare routine that I recommend to help you get glowing, flawless skin.
If you want to look younger, but you don’t want to undergo any harsh treatments or procedures, I highly recommend micro needling. It’s something that you can do at home by yourself.