1. Zero in on your exact needs, one concern at a time. Many people do not fully understand the needs or the state of their skin. For example, acne sufferers tend to mistake everything as a breakout, when actually it could be rosacea or even an allergic reaction to a product. Or perhaps you have concerns about skin texture and want to focus on targeting sagging, but in fact, your skin may be dehydrated.
Identify your exact needs, and start there.
2. Rank each concern on a scale of 1 to 10. Take some time to assess what your main skin concerns are, ranking each on a scale from one to 10. If you set up a framework, you can work easier through your goals. For example, if skin dullness is an eight out of 10, then work towards getting it to a six, four, then two, before working on the next goal.
3. Tackle one concern at a time. It’s important to start with the most pressing concern and work your way down the list as you see fit, but don’t feel you need to fix all your skin concerns all at once, as that is a recipe for an overloaded 23-step routine with too many conflicting activities.
Aim to keep it simple and at one step at a time, which will promote good skincare habits that are effective and more likely to stick!
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