Skin care is all about figuring out what works for you and your skin type. First step is figuring out if you have dry, oily or combination skin. Once you figure out that, finding the necessary products will be easier. Some people have dry skin, but oily in the T-Zone (which is the middle of the forehead, down the nose and chin and across the cheekbones).
After figuring out your skin type, move on to finding the right:
Cleanser (face wash) :
For oily or acne prone skin - use foaming liquid wash.
For dry or red skin – use cream or lotion.
For sensitive skin – use oil.
For mature skin – use melting bomb.
For any skin type – use micellar water.
Toner (skin balance) :
Alpha and beta hydroxy acids - to gently remove dead skin cells that can clog pores, improve sun-damaged skin and minimize dullness.
Hyaluronic acid - to boost hydration, seal in dewiness and plump skin to subtly treat fine lines.
Rose water and green tea - to calm irritation and reduce redness with an anti-inflammatory effect.
Vitamin E and C - to fight daily exposure to free radicals that can age your skin.
Moisturizer (hydrating and softening the skin) :
For oily skin – use gel moisturizer
For normal or combination – use lotion
For dry skin – use cream and soft cream
For inflamed and sensitive skin (but no acne prone) – use balm