Different Types of Skincare Routines for Each Skin Type

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Daily skincare routine for Normal skin

Cleansing your face is an obvious first step to a skincare routine. Every day when you step out of your house, your skin comes in contact with environmental pollutions, bacteria, dirt, and other factors. Washing your face the most essential step in skincare regime because it will eliminate and prevent dirt, bacteria and dead skin cells from entering your skin. Therefore, wash your face twice a day, morning and night, to remove dirt, excess oils, dead skin cells from clogged pores.


Skincare routine for Dry and Flaky skin

Cleansing is an essential step in skincare routine since it will remove all the dead skin cells from clogged pores. In case of dry skin, you should not use harsh cleansers as they dry out your skin.

Many dermatologists recommend using cream or lotion based cleansers which are formulated with emollients such as shea butter and glycerin. They also hydrate your skin by wiping off impurities from clogged pores. During nights, to remove makeup, hydrate and cleanse your skin use more hydrating micellar water.


The Ultimate Day & Night Skincare Routine For Your Oily Skin

Reviewed By Dr. Zeel Gandhi (Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery)

Does your skin become extremely oily within a few hours of face cleansing? We understand your daily struggles of managing accumulated grease. Thus, we have put together the perfect day and night skincare routine for you.


A Simple Skin Care Routine for Combination Skin Type


Life isn’t black and white, and neither is skin care. You may be under the impression that your skin has to fall into one of two categories—dry or oily—but that isn’t quite the case. If you’ve been struggling to identify whether your skin is dry or oily, the issue could be that your skin isn’t one or the other, but rather both. In other words, you could have combination skin


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