Skincare can make noticeable changes in your skin, however, it is hard to find what is best for you. Because every person has a unique skin type, just because something works for someone else doesn't guarantee that it will work for you.
What are the Different Skin Type?
Dry skin requires more moisturizing, mild products; a dry skin care routine may include a hydrating cleanser (applied at night), hyaluronic acid, and a rich moisturizer and SPF during the day. Pure Culture's Dream Drops Universal Hydro Oil has Hyaluronic acid which can hydrate and moisturize your skin. Additionally, this protects the skin from UV radiation that causes premature aging.
Oily skin is commonly found in teens as the hormones of puberty tend to stimulate the sebaceous glands, producing more oil. Oily skin is more prone to acne as sebum can clog pores. For oily skin, the best skincare regimen can include a cleanser (used morning and night), niacinamide (to lighten acne scars and control sebum), a light moisturizer, a chemical exfoliation once or twice a week, and an SPF during the day. Wild Algae Glow Up Serum is perfect for you that nourish your skin with our marine-based ingredients. Say goodbye to excess oil and hello to a flawless complexion!
Combination skin is a mix of oily and dry skin, usually having oilier skin in the t-zone with dry cheeks and patches. Hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, or both, a chemical exfoliation once or twice per week, a daily moisturizer, and an SPF are all recommended for people with combination skin. The Bulgarian Rose Sublime Serum from Pure Culture is made of 100% natural origin ingredients to hydrate skin, refine pores, restore skin, and protect the skin barrier perfect for combination skin.
Sensitive skin is prone to redness, inflammation, and irritation. A great skincare routine for sensitive skin would be a gentle cleanser, possibly hyaluronic acid if it doesn’t irritate your skin, a moisturizer, and an SPF during the day. It is not ideal for anyone to use skincare products that include harsh chemicals, especially scent, but people who have sensitive skin should be extremely cautious. When you have sensitive skin, Pure Culture's clean skincare products are perfect for all skin types as well as for those who have sensitive skin.
Some important vitamins for skin health are:
Vitamin D - Anti-inflammatory
Vitamin C - Antioxidant and improves collagen production
Vitamin E - Antioxidant, protects against UV rays
Vitamin K - Heals wounds, scars, stretch marks and more
Regardless of how many favorable ratings or stars the product has online, reading the list of contents is still the most reliable thing to choose.
Look for these ingredients that will be the backbone of moisturizing products.
L-Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C): The l-ascorbic acid version of vitamin C, in particular, is an antioxidant that promotes collagen synthesis while working to repair UV radiation damage.
Tocopherol (Vitamin E): When used together as a skincare power couple, vitamin E and vitamin C give qualities that are similar to each other.
Clean Retinol: Retinol is an important element to look for in nighttime skincare products. It acts to activate collagen and change skin cells.
Niacinamide (Vitamin B3): This ingredient is great for controlling oil while also hydrating the skin and evening out skin tone.
The needs of our skin change over time, hence, taking necessary steps to identify its needs is crucial for it to function properly and look the best. Knowing your skin is important to determine what products to use on it and how to address your skin concerns and issues like acne and dark spots. So, take some time to develop a suitable skincare routine for your skin.
Pure Culture microbiome-friendly products utilize advanced technology and data-driven analysis to formulate products that are uniquely tailored to an individual's skin. By understanding your skin's specific requirements, Pure Culture can provide a customized regimen that may include cleansers, serums, moisturizers, and more, all designed to address your skin's particular needs.