How often should I change my skincare routine?
For many of us finding the right skincare routine that work can be very hard. Many of us spend a huge amount of time sometimes years trying different skincare products to find the right routine that works for us. Not only finding the right skincare routine that works takes times it can also cost a significant amount of money. So, after much trial and error you have found the right skincare routine that works for you and your skin is looking great.
But many of us suddenly see the skincare routine we had spent time and money which was working is not working anymore. You gradually begin seeing the glowing skin you had is gone and the skincare routine you had worked so hard to find which was working is not working anymore. The loss of the effectiveness of your skincare routine was gradual at first but as time went on it got worst. You begin asking yourself what went wrong and need to discover something that woks effectively again.
The reason your skincare routine had lost its effectiveness was most likely because your skin had changed. So, it is not that your skincare routine had stopped working but is due to your skin having changed.
What makes your skin change can be due to a variety of factors such as changes in weather. For example, if you have lived in a warm and humid climate all your life and suddenly move to a cold and dry climate your skin will require different skincare products. The skincare routine and products you used in the warm climate will not be effective in the cold climate.
When you were living in the warm climate you may have been using a light moisturizer but that is not enough in the colder climate.
There are other factors besides relocation that can impact the effectiveness of your skincare routine. Aging is another factor that may impact the effectiveness of your skincare products and routine. As we get older our skins begin losing collagen, sebum and elastin which were keeping our skins well moisturized and healthy. So, the skincare care routine that was working for you in your twenties will most likely not be effective when you are in your forties and you may need to start using anti-aging products.
In conclusion you should maintain the same skincare routine that works until you see it has lost the effectiveness. When the effectiveness of your routine and products are gone look closer to the reason, we have mentioned such as changes in weather or aging and find a routine and products that are appropriate.