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Does Your Face Spark Joy?

In this story, we will share some methods to help you take great care of your skin, on a daily basis. It's time to spark joy with your face!

Always Take Specific Care for Each Skin Type

To take the best care of your skin, always make sure to choose products specially designed for your skin type.

Dry skin requires different care from oily skin. A wrong match will cause either flaking (from over drying) or pimples (from oil build-up and thereafter bacterial infection).

Combination Skin

Choose a gentle, balancing formula that prevents both irritating and dryness. Use a hydrating serum, and quench your skin with a lightweight liquid or gel lotion.

Oily Skin

Choose a gentle and soft-free cleanser as harsh formulas can cause oil overproduction. An exfoliator helps dissolve pore-clogging sebum and wash away dead cells.

We recommend our 
Retinol Serum in this case. Oily skin still needs to be hydrated, hence choose a lightweight, water-grabbing cream or gel. 

Dry Skin

Choose cleansing oils and lotion which help to remove dirt and makeup without stripping away moisture. Apply a hydrating serum or essence to quench skin with a boost of water.

We recommend our Royal Jelly Essence in this case. For moisturizing, a cream with protective ingredients like oils or shea butter will help to keep the water locked in.

Normal Skin

Remove dirt and makeup with a mild cleanser that will not disrupt the skin's pH balance. Exfoliate 2 or 3 times a week with an AHA, BHA or retinoid for a fresh, glowing complexion.

We recommend our 100% concentrate of 
Retinol Serum. A light or medium weight lotion with emollients like almond oil will help to retain hydration.

Fragile Areas

Always pay special attention to the fragile areas. Certain parts of the face are usually more fragile, such as the areas around the eyes (eyelids, eyebags, etc.), lips, as well as the forehead.

They need special care. Treat these areas with a rich moisturizer and also specific serums.

Pay Even More Attention to the Eyes

A point to note is that, the eye contour skin is about ten times finer and more fragile than the rest of the skin on the face.

Hence, never over-exfoliate. 
When removing make-up, always choose a specific routine that will not damage this sensitive area.
After 30, you might experience some signs of aging around your eyes. This includes fine lines and textual changes.

A retinol-based treatment will help to increase the cell-turnover and resurface your skin overnight. To know more, visit us at wellaholic.com.