Having a great skincare routine is important for getting the results you want, but so many skincare products on the market today are a total waste of your time and money.
If you’ve been a victim of false promises from products and want to avoid wasting any more time and money, read on to find out what skincare trends to avoid – and what to do instead.
Makeup Remover Cloths
Makeup removing clothes have become all the rage in recent years. There are different kinds to use like one-time use towelettes or reusable microfiber cloths. They promise to help remove makeup and clean your face, but they can be terrible for the health of your skin. Not only do they encourage you to tug at your skin which can cause excessive wrinkles, but they also unhygienically spread dirt and makeup around your face as you try to clean.
Instead of taking a gamble on your skin health by using makeup removing clothes, skip them altogether, and save yourself the money and time. If you want to remove makeup and clean your fast with a quick and effective product, opt for an oil cleanser. Unlike makeup cloths that just clean the surface of your skin, oil cleansers work like a magnet in your pores to pull out the dirt. Because of ingredients like lavender oil and tea tree oil, makeup removal is so easy that you’ll never have to tug at your skin and risk more wrinkles.
Thick Eye Creams
Based on the notion that dry skin shows more wrinkles, high and low-end brands alike have been pushing thick, hydrating eye creams for decades. The problem with using a thick eye cream is that it might moisturize your skin, but the consistency is too thick for any of the effective ingredients to absorb into your eye area or go deep enough to give any real results. Creams will simply sit on the surface of your skin and cause an illusion.
If you’re looking to fight eye wrinkles, brighten dark circles and banish puffiness, you’re going to need ingredients like peptides and antioxidants to help. The best way for your skin to absorb these peptides and antioxidants is in a thin consistency serum. Not only will the serum be able to moisturize around your eye area, but it will absorb to the deepest layers of your skin to help repair wrinkles and damage from the inside out.
When jade rollers first became popular in 2019, skincare fanatics rushed to get their hands on this simple skincare tool. The claim was that by rolling this small jade tool over your face, it would help soothe skin, banish wrinkles, and lift your skin. If you’re thinking “that sounds too good to be true” its because it is. While these tools feel great on your face, there is no evidence that they can help wrinkles or sagging skin in any way.
If you want the type of results the jade roller promises, you’ll need to achieve them through a consistent and comprehensive skincare routine. Using a routine is the ONLY proven way to help fight wrinkles and sagging skin. Instead of trusting the hype, trust proven ingredients like peptides to nourish your skin so you can keep wrinkles as far away from your face as possible!